Our weekend will be busy again with a food fair, a pet event, a DJ party and more!

New things we have noted

foodpanda will host an event Live Like a Panda at Junction City this weekend. The two-day fair will feature AR games, celebrity appearances, vouchers for up to a 50% discount and of course food stalls! Eat, play, live – like a panda!

Junction of Bogyoke Aung San Road and Shwe Dagon Pagoda Road, Yangon
8 am – 8 pm | 27 – 28 May

Feast you can’t miss

If you are a mango lover, you are in for a treat. Relish the afternoon tea at Chatrium with mango Swiss roll, mousse cake, pastries and a whole Sein Ta Lone mango. The prices are US$27 net per set for a choice of tea, coffee, or Sein Ta Lone smoothie for 2 people and $60 for Prosecco Wine and bubbly afternoon tea.

No 40, Natmauk Road, Tamwe Township, Yangon
1 pm – 5 pm (daily)
01 9544 500

Event you should check out

Calling all dog moms and dads! Chindwin Pet Resort is going to throw a party where pets can socialise with new friends while their humans mix and mingle. Note that the party is for poms and poodles this time. Check the details here.

No 60, Chindwin Street, Windermere, Kamayut Township, Yangon
11 am – 6 pm | 28 May
09 785 343 777

Art event at Gallery 65

Gallery 65 is going to host a new art exhibit “Beauty of Myanmar” in partnership with Telismanic Era Fine Arts Gallery. The three-day exhibition will showcase paintings by famous Myanmar artists including U Thoung Han, U Min Naing, U Thet Aung, Star U Mg Kyi, U Hla Kyi, U Thabye Myint Thein and more.

No 65, Yaw Min Gyi Road, Yangon
10 am – 5 pm | 26 – 28 May 
09 962 577750

Experience we’re planning

Get ready for an epic evening with Yangon’s hottest techno DJs to herald in the monsoon. Don’t let the rain dampen the fun. Every entry comes with a free beer, rain poncho and phone ziplock. The party continues rain or shine! The prices are Ks25,000 for pre-purchase and Ks30,000 for walk-ins.
No 84, Pann Hlaing Street, Yangon
6 pm onwards | 26 May
09 25 888 7070
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