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The Inya Lake Hotel

The Inya Lake Hotel

The Inya Lake Hotel

The Inya Lake Hotel (formerly called Dusit Inya Lake Resort) is built on 37 acres of landscaped grounds by the Inya Lake. The colonial styled hotel, with its teakwood floors and Oriental feel. The hotel and natural surroundings are great place to relax and rest after a hectic day of sightseeing and shopping in Yangon. Just 15 minute drive from the city center.


37 Kaba Aye Pagoda Road, Yangon, Myanmar.

Room Facilities

- Air Conditioning
- Baby Cot
- Cable/ Satellite Television
- Coffee/ Tea Making Facilities
- In-room safe
- Mini Bar
- Writing Desk

Hotel Facilities

- Parking
- Concierge
- Valet
- No pets except guide dogs
- Safety deposit box
- Vehicle hire

Recreational Facilities

- Jogging track
- Massage
- Tennis court
- Exercise room
- Sauna
- Gift/ Souvenir shop
- News stand

Business Facilities

- Meeting facilities
- Banqueting
- Conference room(s)
- Business centre

Visit our shopping gallery and get something special and unique for your loved ones. Offer them something that will remind them of the beautiful Myanmar. You can choose wonderful gifts from our jewellery & souvenirs shops located in the Lakeview Shopping Gallery. You will be advised on what's good to buy from Myanmar and why.



Bogyoke (Scotts) Market – Shopping at the various markets in downtown Yangon can be fun and very educational. The sprawling, over 70 year old Bogyoke Aung San Market, also called Scotts Market located on Bogyoke Aung San Street, has the largest selection of Myanmar handicrafts and you’ll find a whole variety of interesting Myanmar souvenirs, from lacquer ware and Shan shoulder bags to T-shirts and cheroots. Gems and jewelleryare alsoavailable.

Open from 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM. Closed on Public Holidays

China Town & The Night Market – Here, you’ll find the items that are used in traditional Chinese cooking. Vendors can be found along Anawratha Street east, and west of the Sule Pagoda Road nightly from around 6:00 PM, selling everything from Chinese sausages to fresh fruit and satays. Chinatown itself extends east between lanmadaw Street and Shwedagon Pagoda Road, north-south between Maha Bandoola Road and Strand Road.

13th Street Myanmar Lacquerware Shop – Located on No.17,13th Street in downtown Yangon, it houses a collection of good quality lacquerware and tapestries. Also offer Shipping services to various countriesare offered.

Open from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM. Closed on Sundays and Public Holidays.

Augustine’s Antiques – 23-A, Thiri Mingalar Street, Kamayut Township, off Pyay Road. Mr. Augustine collects and sells second-hand furniture, antiques, silver, memorabilia and old lacquerware from all over Myanmar.

Art Galleries – Yangon’s Golden Valley, nestled between the bustling streets of Dammazedi and Kaba Aye Pagoda Road, it is the center of the city’s best know are galleries. Scattered among the stately homes and gardens of the Valley are galleries such as G.V Art Center, New Treasure and Orient Gallery of Art. They highlight unique and varied collections of arts by Myanmar’s most respected contemporary painters.

A 15-minute drive from the city centre, and 20 minutes from Yangon International Airport, the colonial styled hotel with its teakwood floors and oriental feel evokes charming memories of a by-gone era. The 239 guestrooms are decorated in retro style offering guests astonishing views over the city of Yangon and the Inya Lake.


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