Since the Yangon rain has already come, most people are not happy with it–most of us dislike going out when it’s raining. So if your weekend plans are ruined and there’s nothing you can do staying inside — of course, watch a film! Our interns Kyaw Soe Han and Min Pyae Sone came up with some streaming applications that you can stream movies with or download and save it to watch later!

Mahar Movies

Self-acclaimed to be “the world’s biggest archive of Burmese cinematic movies,” Mahar Movies can be streamed anywhere in Myanmar. With streaming services more and more available, it’s not a surprise. However, English subtitles aren’t available. The subscription is 2000MMK/month.


If you have a monthly Spotify subscription, you just hit a jackpot. With Hulu’s new offer, you’ll get its services together with Spotify Premium at the same price $9.99 per month. You can even add Live TV for sports, news, and can’t-miss events. Otherwise, Hulu is an all in one package comes at $5.99/month.

Cookie TV

You love watching the latest blockbusters, but you’re having a hard time listening to the audio or you have a hard time understanding different accents. Cookie TV is a “mobile TV” streaming app where you can get thousands of Western TV shows and movies all in one place in both English and Myanmar subtitles. Watching content from Cookie TV will be paid from with the data from your sim card.


Never a dull moment with the world’s leading streaming service of all time, as Netflix allows you to watch thousands of movies on any of your favourite devices, save the movies on your tablet or phone, and enjoy it offline. The app updates you with what is coming next, which movies or TV Shows are trending, and what could be your favourite ones. Plus, Netflix itself is always in vogue! Subscribe now at $8.99/month.


With more than 14 millions subscribers in more than 35 countries, Canal+ has launched its pay-TV operator service in Myanmar. Localized voiced-over, dubbed or subtitles are available for your convenience. It offers more than 80 channels including 8 channels in Burmese language. For your whole family to enjoy, buy €19.90/month.


Coming all the way from Kuala Lumpur, iflix is now providing their streaming service in Myanmar with more than affordable price of 3,000 Kyats per month. More than thousands of movies as well as Burmese movies are available. You can easily spot iflix prepaid cards in local citymarts. It’s easy to buy, easy to use and enjoy.

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