The concept of Craft Tea House is simple: to support Yangon’s young, aspiring artists by providing a space where they can freely create their crafts while sipping tea.
The well-lit building has two stories. The tables are arranged on the floor with cushions to sit on. Colour pens and brushes are provided but you can also bring your own stuff. Buy small clay pots at Ks5,000 each and add your own colours.
The drink menu is extensive, ranging from traditional tea to coffee and juices. Although they have the plan to serve light food such as pickled tea leaf salad and rice salad, its main focus is to provide a community space so don’t expect a full-fledged dine-in atmosphere.
Still, it’s quite appealing for socialising and hang-outs. It has a floral shop in the corner, so you can buy flowers for your date. 😉
Whether it is crochet or colouring, you can work independently or exchange tips with fellow artists. You can also join the workshops arranged by the Lat Mhu Club and follow their page if you’re interested.
Any new business is to be cherished and you can do your part by supporting them and giving feedback. Who knows it could grow into Yangon’s next meeting place for artists. If you have visited, let us know your thought in the comments.
No 104, 51st Street (Middle Block), Pazundaung Township, Yangon
Tue, Wed, Thu (9 am – 5 pm)
Fri, Sat, Sun (9 am – 7 pm)
09 42011 1172