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Move to a place where everywhere you look is a culture trip. Yangon is an excellent place for digital nomads and solo travelers looking forward to seeing different sights while still having the conveniences of the metro. Coliving is sure to be coming to this bustling city very soon.
Yangon is one of the country’s economic hubs. Formerly called Rangoon, golden pagodas, traditional yet cozy shophouses, and colonial buildings are sights commonly found in Yangon—a testament to the city’s rich and diverse culture.
Looking to travel? Prepare yourself for the one-of-a-kind experience of riding the Yangon Circular train. The whole country is known for its railway experiences as most of the train lines were built during the British Colonial era. Riding this open-air train line in Yangon will always feel like you’re transported to the past and you’ll be treated to a majestic view of rustic villages and markets.
Grabbing barbecues and a few beers along the lively pedestrian stretch of 19th Street is also a common downtime activity. It’s something you can look forward to doing with fellow digital nomads after hours and hours of hustling with remote work.
Coworking spaces are common in this effervescent city. For those who are looking for coliving hubs, the trend is starting to pick up in Asia - Yangon, Myanmar is not that far behind. While there’s still no coliving spaces in Yangon, one is bound to open soon!
Fun facts about Yangon, Myanmar:
- People of Yangon are early risers and the city usually comes alive starting at 6 AM.
- Tea is a huge part of the culture and tea shops are considered to be essential social hubs. Yangon has the most number of tea shops in Myanmar.
- Buddhism is a Yangon’s major religion and pagodas are found all over the city.
- There’s a growing hip-hop and punk music scene in Yangon.
- The Shwedagon Pagoda houses a bit of the actual Buddha (8 strands of Gautama Buddha’s hair, to be exact)
- Yangon is Myanmar’s biggest city but it’s not the current capital of the country
- However, it was Myanmar’s former capital before it was moved to Naypyitaw
Despite being an economic center, Yangon is a lovely mix of both urban and rural. Culture can be found in each corner of the city and it’s a nice place for digital nomads who would love to live a slow yet convenient lifestyle.