Another eventful weekend. We’ve got a market fair in Kandawgyi, a wine-tasting event, an art event for mental well-being and more!

New things we have noted

If you want to start learning basketball from scratch, we’ve got good news. StarCity Sports Club has launched a training course with the National Head Coach Khin Mar Cho. The classes will take place on the weekends spanning 10 sessions. Call 09 777 377 555 for the details and schedule. The final enrolment date is 10 March.

Event for wine lovers

Another Wine tasting event is brought to you by the Warehouse Myanmar. This time, they collaborated with “Tama by Chef Orng” offering their local Kayah sausages, French sausages and burgers. The price is Ks25,000 for 4 glasses of different wines and food will be charged separately. Take your chance at the lucky draw to win a 50% discount on any purchase. Call 09 443 529 579 for a reservation.

(6pm – 9pm) 3 Mar | The Warehouse Myanmar 

Promotion you can’t miss

Indulge yourself in a buffet at The Market restaurant! It features fresh seafood, international and local delicacies, and free-flowing drinks such as red and white wine, beer, juices, coffee, and tea.

Every Friday (5:30pm to 9:30pm)
• US$28++ per person
• Live Music Band

Every Saturday (5:30pm to 9:30pm)
• US$28++ per person

Every Sunday (11:30am to 2:30pm)
• US$28++ per person
• Special Kid Activities

Reserve fast since they’re offering 15% OFF for the first 50 reservations for each buffet: 09 940 407 700 or 01 934 5000.

Event you should check out

A 4-day-long trade fair will begin at Kandawgyi Park on 2 March. This is where you can shop for dozens of brands in garments, cosmetics, food and more. There will also be entertainment programmes. For more info, follow their page.

(9am – 9pm) 2 – 5 March | Kandawgyi Park

Experience we’re planning

This week we’re considering an emotional well-being activity for a change. The professionals at Counselling Corner Myanmar provide different workshops to stay mentally strong. An Art Workshop will be held at their office in Bogalay Zay Street for Ks10,000 per person on 4 March where you can express your emotions through paints and canvases. All workshops are in Burmese although private sessions can be organised in English. Sign up for any of their workshops through their Facebook Page.

No 5/9 First Floor, Bogalay Zay Street, Botahtaung Township, Yangon
10am – 12pm

Cover photo credit: Counselling Corner Myanmar

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