Bogyoke Aung San Market is a major bazaar located in Pabedan township in central Yangon, Myanmar. Known for its colonial architecture and inner cobblestone streets, the market is a major tourist destination, dominated by antique, Burmese handicraft and jewelry shops, art galleries, and clothing stores. Bogyoke Market is a popular black market location to exchange currency. The market also has a number of stores for local shoppers, selling medicine, foodstuffs, garments and foreign goods.
The Bogyoke market Yangon is also known for its black market money changers. The jewelry merchants can change the largest notes at the best rates at this market which is closed on Mondays. The Lady Home, the little shabby shop at the back of the market behind the Jewellery Row and near the old wooden footbridge crossing the old circle line train tracks, is a paradise of fried noodles and vermicelli dishes. For adventurers, trying the flavor of boiled and fried pig organs (intestines, tongue, ears, etc.) and then tossed in fiery chili sauce is a very interesting experience.
Travel to Myanmar is more memorable with something to be bought as a gift from the trip. At Scott Market, many things are available to buy such as handicrafts, lacquer ware, wood and ivory carvings, tapestries, silverware, brassware, silk and cotton fabrics, clothing, hardware, food, and so on. For further advices on what to buy in Myanmar