We have two parties this weekend and an art fair. Sunday shoes or dancing shoes or why not both?
New things we have noted
Le Planteur’s Bar launching party will be held on 5 May. As a special service for the launching party, they offer a package price of US$25 net per person, including free-flow drinks and canapes from 6 pm to 8 pm. Reservation is a must.
No 80, University Avenue Street, Bahan Township, Yangon
09 791 845 419, 09 755 011 025
Feast you can’t miss
Melia Yangon’s Sunday Brunch is back! Indulge in the flagship brunch experience, featuring Wagyu beef, sushi, sashimi, lobsters, oysters and a lavish spread of chilled seafood, cheeses, cold cuts, ham and a wide selection of local and international delights. The price is $75++ per person.
No 192, Kaba Aye Pagoda Road, Bahan Township, Yangon
09 940 407 700, 01 934 500 0
11:30 am – 3 pm | 7 May
Event you should check out
For every art lover out there, Nan Yan’s art festival, the Midsummer 2.0, is back in May! The concept this time will be ‘the Shade of Art’. What makes this time special is that not only the painters but also artists from the film and music industries are also participating. A total of 17 art creators and Nan Yan Visual House have collaborated together to hold this exhibition and you can see the lineup here.
No 150, Corner Of Damazadi And Link Street, above the Ware House, Yangon
10 am – 9 pm | 5 – 7 May
Shop till you drop at Times City
There will be a huge market for five days at Times City. Expect cosmetics, garments, accessories and various food vendors.
Times City, Kamayut Township, Yangon
9 am – 8 pm | 3 – 7 May
Experience we’re planning
Get ready for an ultimate celebration of food and fun! Groove Culture and The Round House have teamed up to bring you an unforgettable evening filled with the best of afro, melodic, house and tech music. Early birds: Ks25,000. At the door: Ks30,000.
Opposite Eye Special Hospital, Kandawgyi Park, Natmauk Street, Yangon
3:30 pm onwards | 6 May