Enriched with famous pagodas, churches and monuments of British colonial area. Yangon, the former capital city, is the more important gateway to Myanmar. Yangon is known for its colonial architecture, which although decaying, remain an almost unique example of a 19th century British colonial capital. Friendly street vendors, traditionally dressed local people, attracting old chevrolet buses and tri-show, all make a feel like a museum of Yangon downtown life. Shwedagon, the heart of Myanmar and Yangon, is the most profoundly honoured pagoda in the country with an interesting behind, According to the legend, the Shwedagon Pagoda was constructed during the time of the Buddha which is more than 2500 years ago and where a personal belonging of each four previous Buddhas was believed to had been enshrined at the pagoda including the holy hair relics of the latest Buddha Gautama. It is one of the wonders of the world and the most revered pagoda in South East Asia.