Yangon circular trains to pause running during Thingyan

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A new circular train is seen running in Yangon.

According to Yangon Railways Station, Yangon circular trains will stop running during the Thingyan period.
All train services around Yangon will be suspended from 14 April Thingyan (Akya Day) to 16 April Thingyan (Athet Day).
From 17 April, the end of the Thingyan period, the service will be operated as usual.
Due to the increase in the number of passengers riding the circular train, the Yangon circular train is currently running 30 times a day as usual.
The Yangon-Insein section is run when the city service is suspended for a week due to the expansion of the railway section, and the trip fee is set at only K100.
At present, due to the large number of people returning from Yangon to the countryside, the Thingyan special train service will be extended until 10 April, according to Myanma Railways. —TWA/KZL

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