National Museum in Yangon has reopened in November after a major upgrading process was carried out under the 100-day plan of the ministry of culture, TTR Weekly reported.
The renovation aims to attract more visitors to the long neglected museum, which displays the highlights including the Lion Throne from Mandalay, which belonged to the last king of Myanmar, and colourful traditional costumes of national races in Myanmar.
The Museum is located on Pyay Road in Dagon Township, which is about 2 to 3 km from downtown.
It opens from 9 am to 4:30 pm on Tuesdays through Sundays and is closed on public holidays.
Ref: TTR Weekly