Yangon can be reached via its international airport or seaport. Bustling, urban and still Myanmar’s centre of business and commerce,
Yangon is a melting pot- a diversity of cultures and communities in terms of people, settlement and religions with residence of 10%
of population of the entire country. Shwedagon Pagoda, is reportedly more than 2,500 years old.
Sule Pagoda, located in the heart of downtown, is of both historical and cultural significance, while Botahtaung Pagoda on the bank
of the Yangon river is hollow inside in which a glass case containing a hair relic of the Buddha puts into place. Deep Sea port call
Myanmar International Terminal Thilawa (MITT) is one in the middle of a long coastal line of Myanmar in an hr drive on the south
east of Yangon. The rest two deep sea ports lie on the northwest end and southern end of Myanmar Coast.