Here’s our snippet of things to do in Yangon this weekend.

Mar 6 – 8

 Myanmar Biggest Food and Drink Expo open to visit for hoteliers, restaurants and fine dining, bakery shops, cafe owners, importers, manufacturers, traders.


Enter on a Rosewood reverence journey! This time we are bringing you the three statues of Buddha worshipped by Queen Shin Saw Pu, a well-known queen of the Hanthawaddy Kingdom (also known as Mon Kingdom) who devoted her time and attention to built many temples and monasteries in history.
Savor their creative Culinary Cocktails freshly prepared by their Mixologist. Be amazed as they serve you their signature cocktails inspired by Myanmar and International cocktails along with delectable canapés while listening to their live music band.
 5 glasses of wine for 18,000 MMK – Prime Rib will tempt you with some mouthwatering morsels like juicy ribs and brisket (food charged separately).


 ocal & India Artist, Singer and Dancer will be performing, so it’s a really cool table. In addition to entertainment programs, there are also Color Festival, Rain Dance, Hindi & Bhojpuri Tunes, Thandai Counter, Food & Drink Stall. The entrance fee is 6,000 kyats.
 Atlas turns into the most Neon-ish decorations and make sure you to get the ambiance of the real “𝐅𝐮𝐥𝐥 𝐌𝐨𝐨𝐧 𝐏𝐚𝐫𝐭𝐲”. Just show up in casual dress and they will take care the rest.

 Bring your instruments, or come and listen. It’s a BLUES JAM night with Misnomer.

Happy Hour 5 to 7 with minimum 1 drink order, 5,000 Ks.

Mar 8 – 9

Van Gogh in Yangon: Painting Workshop
In this two-day workshop, you will create an original painting based on the style and techniques used by Vincent Van Gogh while learning some fundamental art concepts. They will cover the process of creating a painting from start to finish. You will learn how to mix colors and match tones you see around you to create your own Van Gogh inspired painting.


 The Makers Market is back bringing together the finest in local handmade arts and crafts, food vendors, activities, and music. Discover, collect, listen, eat, and connect to unique local made products while meeting the makers, designers and artists who create them.
Myanmar Biggest Holi Festival 2020 is going to be celebrated at Yangon, on 8th March (Sunday) at Kandawgyi, Myawsin Kyun.
What will you do #AfterBrunch? Isn’t that the big question, every Sunday? Why not come for sundowners and see the sun settle in the irrawaddy delta with sipping on a Aperol Spritz
The mission is true to the origins of techno – gathering a group of like-minded people, beyond any boundaries or differences, to get together and dance, in a space where nobody is judging, nobody is watching and everyone is allowed to just – be themselves. Entrance: 10,000 MMK with a free beer.
GRRRL POWER is a series event organized together by Turning Tables Myanmar and Goethe-Institut Myanmar since April 2019 . This upcoming music concert is the 6th Edition of GRRRL POWER as a celebration of International Women Day.


Say Cheese to Chocolate with BreadTalk
BreadTalk Myanmar has launched new Chocolate series “Say Cheese to Chocolate” to enjoy your Cheesy taste bud double. With the mouth-watering flavours of Chocolate and Cheese mingled together, the new series include Cheese Me, Tempt-pura, Cheese Lava, Choco Aleck Choco Toast, Choco Walnut and more to satisfy sweet tooth lovers in Yangon. Get yours and “Say Cheese to Chocolate!”.
Urban Oasis package
Escape from the hustle and bustle and enjoy a two night stay in Yangon’s one and only urban oasis. Book now to make memorable experiences with your loved ones and enjoy exclusive services and benefits. Call Reservations at +95 1 9544051 or email [email protected] to book. T&C applied.
Your Wedding. Sedona Delivers.
Let the journey of your lifetime begins at Sedona Hotel Yangon. From intimate gatherings to opulent dinners, we take great pleasure in attending to even the
smallest details so you can be assured of that perfect wedding. Contact us with your requirements and leave the planning to us! Please call us at +95 9977 532958 or email [email protected] for details.

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