Make your way to a centrally located meeting point in Yangon, then set out on foot through downtown’s narrow alleys and markets. You’ll stroll through Little India and Chinatown, ducking into a colorful produce market that’s far from the tourist trail. The tastings vary to keep the experience fresh and flavorful, but favorite snacks include mohinga, a savory noodle soup topped with fried squash, the Indian faloodah yogurt drink, Shan-style sticky rice noodles, and laphet, a salad of fermented tea leaves that’s among Myanmar’s most iconic dishes.
As you walk, you’ll also see pagodas, churches, mosques, and temples, getting a glimpse of the cultures that mingle in Yangon's busy streets. The night concludes with fish and a cold beer in Chinatown, a great place to soak up Yangon’s energetic evening atmosphere.