From Yangon Circle Line

This is a short clip from the Yangon Circle Line train, a 3-hour commuter rail. Along the track, a range of public life is seen, from street vendors and restaurants to warehouses and temples. The train is also a transient store. All within 1 or 2 stops, vendors will hop on, complete transactions for their food, crafts and even live chickens, and hop off.

Currently the expansion and upgrade of the train line is delayed due to lack of funding. More about it here.

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