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Bogyoke Aung San Market

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No 66 67, 68, 69, 78, 79 East D | Pabedan, Yangon (Rangoon) 11141, Myanmar
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed 30 November 2011

We visited the market multiple times during our month long trip. Biggest tip... Remember to bargain! Things to do: EXCHANGE MONEY I used the money exchange "guys" near the back of the market to exchange USD into kyats. Make sure you have new bills otherwise...More

10  Thank Kevin R
Most Helpful Critical Review
Reviewed 27 February 2012

Please be careful about its opening hour. It is closed every monday. I heard from some comments in WEB saying that it opens 7 days a week. This is NOT correct.

18  Thank Aska_883
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Fab market- so much to see and do. Go to people watch and then find lots of treasures. We ate in the market - from a little side cafe- very cheap and basic set up but great veg and rice! Super friendly. Go upstairs to...More

Thank KATIEREAYSCOTT
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Our tour guide took our group here for a visit & shopping. What a place! Huge and you can find anything you want. I bought a beautiful hand-painted parasol

Thank travelwithpam
Reviewed 1 week ago

Our hotel is about 15 walk to here. We arrived in the city at early afternoon. Since we have no more activities for the rest of the day, we walked here. It was a warm up for shopping for the days to come. There are...More

2  Thank Indiana_Jonesse
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Unless you're into Burmese fabrics and gems/jewellery, you'll find this would-be market of no interest whatsoever. A tourist attraction whose only attractiveness is that it's free. We couldn't wait to leave.

1  Thank capsicum0620
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Bogyok Aung San Market is one of the best places to visit if you are collecting precious gems or just a tourist looking for gold or gems at mostly reasonable prices. I have bought a lot of bracelets and gems there already. Just an advice,...More

1  Thank Ryan A
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I would say this is similar to the Chatuchak market in Bangkok on a smaller scale. It's the best place to buy souvenirs - gemstones, longyi (Burmese traditional skirt), fabrics etc. I bought 3 longyis for 13,000 kyat but have heard that you can get...More

1  Thank Huiting L
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Typical Asian (mostly) indoor market selling all sorts of lovely local souvenirs, particularly local Longgyi, jade and sandalwood sculptures - ideal for gifts! Definitely recommended!

2  Thank TheGypsyClub
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Tourist trap. Venders are ready to take your money and give you fake or inferior goods. Spending 5 minutes here is more than sufficient. If you have time to kill, do it. Totally not worth the effort to come here at all.

Thank Felix K
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Easily access as it located in the busy area of the city. Option for those who want to look for cheaper & traditional items, just across the road from Junction Mall connected by pedestrian bridge. Here is the place for visitors to look for any...More

1  Thank Sid5515
Reviewed 4 October 2018 via mobile

At Bogyoke Market you can buy lots of things including jewelry and large crystals. We purchased several large quartz crystals to use as decoration in an office. We purchased 3 for a total of about $120. When we arrived at the airport customs wouldn’t let...More

5  Thank Corbett3000
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ToniF27
17 May 2018|
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Response from Caroline S | Reviewed this property |
Hmmm not exactly sure but I think about 10:30 each day. Definitely closes at 5pm. Try google
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Rachel Y
13 April 2018|
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Response from theauthentictraveler | Reviewed this property |
Out of my experience I would say, it will be closed as most of the city/daily life gets to standstill during Thingyan. It's the same in the city, where almost ALL shops are closed. But this answer is not 100% updated. . .
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debsuk1967
17 March 2018|
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Response from petersjsim | Reviewed this property |
I do not think so. The Market is well under a roof.
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lizzieS28
31 October 2017|
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Response from Lwin M | Reviewed this property |
There are ATMs in the market
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