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The consensus online seems to be that, at the time of writing, there are no luggage lockers around Yangon. Your best bet would be to ask a hotel to keep the luggage for you. They will most probably ask for a fee. Even better would be to leave your luggage in a hotel where you plan on staying once you come back to Yangon, if applicable. Other options include ...


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I was in Myanmar in March 2016. First of all, there is no pass at Kawthoung/Ranong, you take a small boat to cross the Kra Buri inlet/river, it takes 30min or so. I travelled from Hpa-An, north of Mawlamyine all the way down to Kawthoung, the road is actually pretty good because it was rebuild recently. There were two small constructions sites on the way, ...


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I rented a scooter for 24 hours in March 2016, we paid 8000 Kyat (about 6.20 Euro / 7 USD) . This was for an automatic scooter (new model) at a proper place with paperwork and everything. Manual scooters are cheaper but I don't remember exact prices. Also this was in a town in the deep south, not many tourists there. In Bagan and Inle lake prices may be ...


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Ridetheworld lists two motorcycle rental locations in Myanmar together with a location map, although I'm not sure if it's accurate. Mandalay Motorcycle Rental offers scooters starting from approximately US$8 per day. Myanmar Bike Rental offers scooters starting from approximately US$5 per day. A three year old thread on lonely planet claims that hiring ...


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Getty Images: The giant reclining Buddha of the Zinathukha pagoda surrounded by the jungle and stupas. This reclining Buddha, of which the concrete structure is 200 metres long and 40 metres high and the unfinished construction started in 1992, is reportedly the largest of its kind in the world. This in the town of Mudon, Mon State, Myanmar.



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