Learn to make a customised book cover, enjoy cocktail and canapes, or visit an outdoor market this weekend.

New things we have noted

Yangon Zoo, the oldest zoo in Southeast Asia, turns 118 years old this month. The birthday celebration will feature musical performances, magic shows, a market fair and more.

Yangon Zoological Garden Road, Yangon
8 am – 4 pm | 25-28 January
09 262 499 324

Join the pool competition at Union Bar

Calling pool lovers to Union Bar and Grill! The competition kicks off at 7 pm and promises a night filled with friendly rivalry and exciting gameplay. There’s an entry fee of Ks15,000 per person, which includes a complimentary beer of your choice. The winner will take home a sparkling wine bottle.

Corner of Strand Road & 42 Street, Botahtaung Township, Yangon
7 pm onwards | 27 January
09 757 521 556

Make a customised book at Pann Chan Cafe

The Books, Art and Flowers event at Pann Chan invites you to stitch a book and design the cover. Whether it’s a personalised creation for yourself or a thoughtful gift for someone special, unleash your creative spirit and let the inspiration blossom. For registration and info, visit their event page.

Pann Chan Cafe, French Institute, 340 Pyay Rd Sanchaung, Yangon
10 am – 12 pm | 28 January 
Ks37,000 per person

Cocktails and canapes at Babett Yangon

If you missed their first Cocktail Carnival, don’t worry. Volume 2 will happen this Saturday! You’ll get to sip on specialty cocktails: Aperol Velvet, Rose Fashion, Winter Sunlight, A Fresh Start, and Aperol Spritz, and a selection of canapes.

No 5, Alan Pya Pagoda Street, Yangon
2 pm – 5 pm | 27 January
Ks35,000 per person
01 824 3640

Market at Kokkoya Organics

Whether you’re on the lookout for unique handmade crafts, vintage finds, stylish clothing, or delectable treats, Kokkoya Market is the place to be. This time they’ve teamed up with Catch De White Dove reggae band and 25 vendors!

No 48, Bawga (2) Lane, Thuwunna Township, Yangon
10 am – 5 pm | 28 January
09 763 362 650

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