Another tourist attraction which draws the attention of not only local but also international tourists is Bogyoke Market (once known as Scott Market). It was first opened and introduced on the present location in 1926. Scott Market was named after Mr. C. Scott, the then Municipal Commissioner. These days, it is called Bogyoke Aung San Market as a tribute to Myanmar’s national leader – General Aung San.
It is known for its colonial architecture setting and internal cobblestone roads. It has the biggest range of Myanmar souvenirs you can choose. You can purchase an assortment of intriguing Myanmar veneer products, pearls and adornments at this place. It is a fabulous spot for shopperholics to have a spree.