Yangon: Pegu Club
The Pegu Club in Yangon, Myanmar was built in 1882. It hosted the British upper echelon and its scene created literary fodder for writers such as Paul Theroux and Rudyard Kipling. In the 1960's the Socialist regime left it for decay and since then it has collected dust and animal droppings. Despite being lost or ignored in the middle of Yangon, the property lays fallow with it's eery ability to preserve its core energy and structure.