Wyndham Grand Yangon Hotel

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Located along the shores of the city-landmark Kandawgyi Lake also known as the Royal Lake, Wyndham Grand Yangon Hotel is a fresh member and the first opening property of famous Wyndham Hotel Group in Myanmar. The surrounding views from the rooms of 20-floor hotel are simply stunning and spectacular over the tranquil Royal Lake and the golden Shwedagon pagoda.

The hotel is conveniently situated among the world-class multi-functional commercial complex known as Kantharyar Center which is “a city inside the city” and has all the high-tech facilities and services readily available to the guests.

During their stay at Wyndham Grand Yangon Hotel, guests can enjoy a safe swim in the large outdoor pool on the 4th floor, a relaxing afternoon at the spa and well-equipped wellness center. Delicious meals can be enjoyed at the various hotel restaurants serving a range of Western, Thai and Asian cuisines. Drinks and night entertainment are also available at the bar and lounge area.

Wyndham Grand Yangon Hotel is only 1.5 km from the world-famous and the splendid Shwedagon Pagoda. For souvenirs and local treats, guests can check out Bogyoke Market in the city centre along with other local markets which are located approximately 3 km away. Yangon International Airport is 15 km away from the property.


Wyndham Grand Yangon Hotel

No.11, Corner of Kan Yeik Thar Road &
U Aung Myat Road, Mingalar Taung Nyunt Township,
Yangon, Myanmar.

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Kandawgyi -Royal Lake

Kandawgyi also known as Royal Lake, this artificial lake, built by the British as a reservoir, is most attractive at sunset, when the glittering Shwedagon Pagoda is reflected in its calm waters. The main relaxing place for Yangon people with various food stalls in the park. The boardwalk, which runs mainly along the southern and western sides of the lake (and which is free to wander), is also an ideal place for an early-morning jog or stroll.

Shwedagon Pagoda

The Shwedagon Pagoda is one of the most famous pagodas in the world and it is certainly the main attraction of Yangon, Myanmar’s capital city. There is little wonder that the Shwedagon is referred to in Myanmar as “The crown of Burma.” According to some history and facts, the pagoda is 2,600 years old, making Shwedagon the oldest pagoda in the world and it is a must for travelers to visit without fail while in Yangon.

Yangon Zoo

Yangon Zoo is located near Kandawgyi Garden. The Zoo is well known for its diverse collection of wild animals, flora and fauna which have been collected over the years since it was opened in 1906.

Bogyoke Aung San Market

Also known as Scott Market, the Bogyoke Aung San Market, on Bogyoke Aung San Road, is popular with tourists looking for souvenirs such as paintings, puppets, lacquerware and jewellery. It’s well worth a wander, even if you’re not buying anything, and also a fine place for lunch.

Downtown Yangon

Downtown Yangon is the central business district of Yangon, Myanmar, located close to the geographic center of the metropolitan area. The area features many of the city’s major arts institutions, sports facilities, heritage sites of Sule pagoda and original colonial buildings.