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Ye is in Southeastern Myanmar.

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From Dawei - Buses going to Mawlamyine and Yangon will usually stop in Ye, but some will charge the full price for the final destination. Buses leave Dawei at 5am, 2pm, 3pm and 5pm. Some have air conditioning and others do not. Ticket on non-air con bus at 3pm costs 7,000kyat from sellers in downtown Dawei. Ride is 5.5 hours or so.

Buses drop off on outskirts of town where motorbike taxis will bring you to the centre for 1,000 kyat per person.


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Central Lake with small temple in the middle.


Please dress modestly (cover shoulders, knees etc), especially in temples and pagodas.

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The gold market in central Ye is surrounded by stalls and shops selling all kinds of things including fruits and vegetables as well as household goods.

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  • Gold Market Guest House, (Next to the gold market in central Ye). checkout: 12:00. Only guest house in central Ye. The owner is very friendly and speaks English fairly well. Assists with bus ticket purchases without charging. Room prices range from 5,000 to 25,000 kyat depending on room amenities and sizes. Air conditioning is available for the higher priced rooms but costs extra at a rate of 550 kyat per unit of electricity used - about one unit per hour. Breakfast not included.  edit


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  • Mawlamyine- Buses to Mawlamyine run at 6:30 am, 9:15 am, 11:45 am and 3:30pm with varying companies. The ride is 4 to 5 hours long. The 9:45 and 11:45 buses do not have air conditioning and the cost is 6,000 kyat for foreigners. Apparently the company that runs the 6:30 and 3:30 buses does not charge foreigners more than locals.



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