Preserving Yangon’s Cultural Past Cultultivating Myanmar’s Creative Fulture
open daily 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
The Secretariat is Yangon’s most intriguing and beautiful historic architectural landmark. The Victorian-colonial masterpiece that sits on almost 16 acres in the heart of Yangon was once the seat of British administration in Burma.
The Secretariat Yangon’s Daily Guided Tours offer vistiors a peak behind closed doors and construction scaffolding.
Explore the history of the colossal colonial building and learn the details of the complex’s multi-year effort while being escorted by an expert local guide.
Tours are available every hour
See ticket pricing
|Adult||15,000 MMK||3,000 MMK|
|Child||10,000 MMK||1,000 MMK|
(under 12 yrs of age)
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When the Myanmar government relocated the capital to Nay Pyi Taw in 2005, the complex was mostly abandoned and left to decay behind locked gates and imposing fences.
The Secretariat Conservation Group, a well-established conservation specialist who undertake restoration works of historical landmarks and monuments in order to restore the secretariat as as culture complex.