Yangon’s rain is unforgiving. If you feel bored and gloomy at home, why not visit these indoor playgrounds. Some of them are child-friendly, so you can bring your little ones. Reservation is highly recommended.
If you wanna feel like a Viking for a day, this is the place to go. Throw axes and show off your marksmanship in front of your date. If you have a poor aim, you can always blame it on the drinks. 😉 VR games and PS4 are also available.
Check prices and services here.
In front of the Chin Ngan Sat restaurant, Kandawgyi, Myaw Zin Kyun, Yangon
1pm – 8pm (Closed on Tuesdays)
09 951 64616 (Booking only)
What is the better way to release stress than bowling with your friends? If you don’t know how to play, the staff will teach you. They’re giving a monsoon promotion, Ks5,000 on weekdays and Ks6,000 weekends per head. So, hurry up!
In front of Victoria Hospital, Taw Win Road, 9 Mile, Mayangone Township, Yangon
10am – 9pm
09 6 777 888 93
This indoor playground has been entertaining kids in Myanmar, Vietnam, Cambodia, and Thailand since 2015. Momoplay aims to use the latest kid entertainment technology for children to develop social and intellectual skills through play. Now they’re open with sessions each limited to 30 people. Each session will cost Ks3,000/child and Ks2,000/adult for 2 hours.
Momoplay @ StJohn
Level 3, City Mall St John, Behind Food Court
No. 6B, Corner of Pyay Road & Min Ye Kyaw Swar Road, Lanmadaw Township, Yangon
9am – 7pm
09 775 587 727
Momoplay @ Myanmar Plaza
Level 3, Myanmar Plaza, Next to Black Canyon Coffee, Kabar Aye Pagoda Road, Bahan Township
9am – 9pm
09 775 587 717
Ever flown in a dream? At Yangon’s first indoor skydiving center you can make that dream a reality. Indoor Skydiving Yangon, the first in the city, charges from 35,000 kyats for two minutes in the wind tunnel for ages 10 and above. Foreigners will be charged US$35. But before you go, make sure it is safe for you to ‘fly’ – people with heart surgery, bad asthma, recent surgery, or people over 250 lbs are restricted.
Taw Win Road, Mayangon Township, Yangon
9am – 8pm
Book via the website or phone: 09 3400 62000
Alibaba has a variety of arcade games for both children and adults. You can collect the points and exchange them for gifts at the reception. You can dance with your friends, pick plush toys and many more!
(Pansodan) Pansodan Street (Middle Block), Kyauktada Township, Yangon | 11am – 8pm
(Theingyizay) Bldg 2, C Shed, Ground Floor, Thein Gyi Market, Pabedan Township, Yangon | 11am – 8pm
(Myanmar Plaza) Room 206-E, 2nd Floor, Myanmar Plaza, Bahan Township, Yangon | 9am-9pm
(Arcade Hero) No-62, 3rd Floor, Ocean Pazundaung, Mahabandoola Street, Pazundaung Township, Yangon | 9am-9pm
(Junction City) 3rd Floor, Junction City, Bogyoke Road, Yangon | 9am-9pm
(San Yeik Nyein) 3rd Floor, Gamone Pwint Shopping Mall, Insein Road, Yangon | 10am – 6pm
09 696 996623
Although the Yangon Waterboom is not reopened yet, the futsal ground is. If you don’t wanna catch a cold playing football in the rain, futsal would be a good alternative to let out the sweat and have fun with your friends. Booking is required.
Weekday prices: Ks10,000 (7am – 3pm), Ks15,000 (3pm – 9pm) per hour
Weekend and holiday prices: Ks15,000 (7am – 3pm), Ks20,000 (3pm – 9pm) per hour
Yangon Waterboom, Yamonar Road, Dawbon Township, Yangon
7am – 9pm
09 421 085 685
If you are looking for activities to chill with your buddies, check out Urban Cue for snooker or pool time over a cold beer. Urban Cue 48th street is one of their flagship clubs. With 16 full-size international standard snooker tables, five pool tables, one carom table and two 10-ft snooker tables. One hour session begins at Ks5,000.
Shwe Baho Plaza, Near Shwe Baho Hospital, Tamwe, Yangon
09 778 835 412
SOHO Diamond Tower, Behind BMW Showroom, Kamayut, Yangon
09 963 569 567
2nd floor, Urban Asia Center, corner of 48th street and Maha Bandula Road, Botataung, Yangon
09 952 014 700