Since payday coincides with the weekend, we’ve selected fun activities and shopping events for you to spend your hard-earned money well.
New things we have noted
Makro Myanmar’s weekend market is a place where you can shop a plethora of farm-made products in one spot. Vendors will be selling fruits, veggies, indoor plants and crafts.
No 322, Upper Pazundaung Road, Sat San Ward, Mingalar Taung Nyunt Township, Yangon
10:30 am – 6:30 pm | 30 Jun – 2 Jul
Pride Month closing event at Round House
To mark International Pride Month in June, many organisations are partnering to host LGBTIQA+ Month Myanmar, a series of events to promote LGBTIQA+ rights. The closing event will be held at Round House Restaurant. The ticket can be bought at Ks15,000 at the French Institute before the event day and at the Round House on the event day’s afternoon.
Kandawgyi Park, Opposite Eye Special Hospital, Nat Mauk St, Yangon
4 pm – 9 pm | 1 July
Family-friendly pop-up market
Central Park Preschool is coming to you as a pop-up this weekend, starting from Friday through Sunday. Bring your child because they will offer an array of toys and activities that will not only keep your child happily occupied but also help strengthen their skills. While you enjoy your shopping, your little ones will have a blast engaging in educational and fun-filled experiences.
Marketplace Golden Valley, No 403/A, Dhamazedi Road & Golden Valley Road, Bahan Township, Yangon
9 am – 9 pm | 30 Jun – 2 Jul
Event you should check out
Whether you’re a musician or a fan, Rhythm Fair at Junction City (promotion area) is worth checking out. Over 20 outlets will sell musical instruments and musicians will apparently entertain the visitors, too.
Junction of Bogyoke Aung San Road and Shwe Dagon Pagoda Road, Yangon
9 am – 6 pm | 28 Jun – 2 Jul
Experience we’re planning
The Blind Tiger, Corner of Mahabandula Road and 41 Street, Yangon
6 pm – 8 pm | 30 June
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