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Taukkyan War Cemetery is in Taukkyan town in the township of Mingaladon, Yangon greater area, on the main highway No 1 Pyay Road. From the centre of the city of Yangon, it is 21 miles north and 11 miles from the international airport, 45 minutes...more
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Once you entered the place, you can feel the solemnity. It is very peaceful and the surrounding is filled with flowering plants. Usually, there are couples dating, not much appropriate but it is as if part of the local norms to have a date in...More
In 1955,56,57,and 58 when serving in the Royal Lincolnshire Regimental Band in Malaya. The Band and a Company from the Regiment travelled down to Singapore and boarded HMS Newcastle to sail up to Rangoon in late January 1958. We travelled up the Irriwady River and...More
Unusual memorial construction with well maintained lawns and head stones. A lot of young Burmese girls in groups walking around the place seemed strange to me. Congratulations to the organization and the people who maintain this cemetery.
I was amazed to find this beautifully kept graveyard for soldiers from World War II on the outskirts of Yangon. I strolled between the gravestones reading of young soldiers from Australia, New Zealand, Scotland, England and Wales who lost their lives here in Burma. Very...More
I’ve been to a number of memorials/cemeteries, none have been so well flourished with flowers. Truly beautiful.
It’s used as a place for locals to go that’s quiet, relaxed.
Unless you have family members mentioned it possibly something that you visit on route to Bago...More
The cemetery is such a peaceful place and so incredibly well-maintained that it seems to be a favoured hangout for the locals. One or two families picnicked in the grass, couples lounged romantically amongst the graves and children played nearby.
An interesting war cemetery which is well maintained by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission. I visited with friends by taking the circle train from downtown then taking a taxi from one of the furthest north stations.
A word of warning, though. If you are used...More
Very well maintained war cemetery by the Burmese people tending the complex.
I was very disappointed to see on the Sunday that we visited that the local Burmese people who had come to the cemetery in their droves have little or no regard for the...More
Response from Win Shwe M | Reviewed this property |
Sorry for late reply.
Yes, main building is under refurbishment.
It might take even longer than 27 December.
But if you request to the staff on site, you may allow into the building at lunch break (between 12:00-1:00 pm).