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Yangon’s Iconic Bars
The city of Yangon, Myanmar is quickly establishing itself as one of the hottest travel destinations on the continent. After decades of restrictive tourist policies, the country is finally opening its doors to the world. Yangon has long been a sought after stop on the adventure traveler’s itinerary and is now a comfortable visit thanks to numerous infrastructure improvements and development of modern accommodation.
The deeply spiritual nation hosts some of the country’s most important religious sites. The Shwedagon Pagoda in downtown Yangon is easily Myanmar’s most recognizable structure. Yangon also boasts a plethora of Victorian era colonial architecture including the High Court, Secretariat, Governor’s Residence, and Bogyoke Aung San Market.
A visit to ‘Asia’s most exotic city’ would not be complete without grabbing a drink at one of Yangon’s iconic bars. Myanmar’s largest city has a wealth of rooftop establishments and cozy pubs that are perfect for unwinding after a long day of sightseeing.
Atlas Rooftop Bar & Lounge
The most well-known of these taverns towering high above the streets below is Atlas Rooftop Bar & Lounge. Situated on the 12th floor of the Uniteam Marine Building in Sanchaung Township, Atlas is gifted with one of the best views of the Shwedagon Pagoda in the city. The 360 degree view of Yangon is especially memorable as the sun sets over the Ayeyarwady River.
Sarkies Bar at the Strand Hotel
Arguably the most famous bar in the entire country, Sarkies Bar at the Strand Hotel is an institution. Opened in 1901, the 5 star hotel in Yangon was frequented by the likes of Orson Welles and Rudyard Kipling. The bar itself is a step back in time and patrons can enjoy some of the finest cocktails in the city. It is also possible to spend the night at The Strand Hotel.
Since opening in 2014, Blind Tiger has established itself as one of the prime venues for locals and tourists alike in the city’s burgeoning nightlife scene. The speakeasy themed bar has daily happy hour specials and art exhibits for thirsty patrons to peruse. Highly recommended.
Yangon’s only Reggae bar, 7th Joint is run by a group of Jamaican expats and features live music and tropical drinks. The bar is one of few to offer an Open Mic night in the city. Located on 48th Street just north of Maha Bandula Road, 7th Joint is a popular hang-out for both locals and expats and has a range of Burmese, Caribbean, and Western dishes.
The Attic is the perfect spot for the youthful budget traveler. Cheap drinks and dancing are the norms here, and the place is often packed on weekends. This is the spot to mingle with locals looking to party well into the night.
Off the beaten track, Yangon remains one of best kept secrets in Southeast Asia. Now is the perfect time to plan a trip to the ‘Asia’s most exotic city’. It’s a warm place so be sure to stay refreshed at one of these unique drinking establishments while visiting Yangon.
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