Pansodan Art Gallery
Appreciate local art masterpieces at the Pansodan Art Gallery.
The Pansodan Art Gallery was spearheaded and owned by local artist Aung Soe Min and Nance Cunningham. It is considered as a major hub of the Yangon art and culture scene. The gallery currently features a number of exhibits, archives, and even cultural and art shows and presentations — perfect for any traveler who’s interested in the local culture.
The gallery can be found on the 1st floor, Upper Block, 286 Pansodan St., Yangon.
Opening Days and Hours
The gallery is open daily, from 09:00 to 18:00.
Entry Fee and Bookings
Entrance to the gallery is free.
How to Get There
- You can fly into Myanmar via the Yangon International Airport (also called Yangon Mingaladon Airport.
- You can then take a taxi from the airport to the city centre.
- Take a taxi going to the gallery. Taxis cost an average of MMK 1,500 (USD 1) to MMK 3,000 (USD 2) for trips within the city.
- Backpackers/solo travelers
- Group of friends
Time to Spend
You can explore the gallery in 1 to 2 hours.
Popularity and Best Time to Go
Visit the gallery on a Tuesday for their weekly night gathering, when tourists from all over the world drop by to appreciate the art and mingle.
There are a number of popular restaurants along Pansodan St., including Pansuriya, Yangon Green Gallery, and Sharky’s Pansodan.
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Pansodan has a number of accommodations, including Backpacker Bed and Breakfast, Sule Shangri-La Yangon, The Loft Hotel Downtown Yangon, and The Strand Yangon. Prices range from USD 7 to USD 230 per night.