Yangon City Hall
Explore one of Yangon’s most iconic cultural attractions at City Hall. The striking white heritage building is one of the best examples of Myanmar architecture and has been a prominent landmark since it was first constructed in 1936. Featuring traditional tiered roofs called pyatthat, the building was designed by Burmese architect U Tin, who also designed the Central Railway Station.
Visitors will find City Hall in the heart of downtown Yangon near several other prominent landmarks in the city. The famous golden Sule Pagoda is very close by, along with the High Court building and the Main Post Office. City Hall is also on the edge of Maha Bandula Park – a popular public gardens that is also home to the Independence Monument.
Getting to Yangon City Hall
Take a 10-minute stroll from PARKROYAL Yangon and find yourself at this iconic building. With spacious rooms, excellent amenities and an enviable location in the heart of the city, PARKROYAL Yangon stands out amongst other Yangon City Hall hotels. Book your stay today and explore the best of everything Myanmar's largest city has to offer.Centrally located in downtown Yangon, it is next to several important landmarks such as Sule Pagoda, Maha Bandula Park, High Court, and the Main Post Office. Estimated Time Travel: About 10 minutes walking from PARKROYAL Hotel