Taukkyan War Cemetery, Yangon (Rangoon)

Cemetery · Monument
Myanmar's largest cemetery, Taukkyan War Cemetery commemorates fallen Allied soldiers from the British Commonwealth. Opened in 1951, the cemetery contains graves of 6,374 victims who lost their lives in World War II; due to postwar unrest, around 27,000 buried bodies and names remain lost to archives. Isolated by jungle from roadside sites, the thoughtfully designed memorial provides insight into the war on Burmese soil. During your visit, carry extra water and sunglasses, as well as an umbrella or hat for common rain showers. Put Taukkyan War Cemetery on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Yangon (Rangoon) itinerary maker website.
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  • This place is a memorial place for war soldiers. Few people goes to take photos and some go there for just an experience. If you don't have time, you can skip this place.  more »
  • I visited some 20 years ago to see my fathers grave. He was killed in Burma November 23rd 1944. I stood by his grave and cried, for the waste, for the grief it caused Mum and for the fact i never met....  more »
  • This is a spacious and very green cemetery that respectfully honours those Myanmar who died while serving their country.  more »

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