This week, we’ve got a new bar opening, community market and huge cassette tape sale for music lovers!

New spot worth checking out

Opened recently in Bahan, Dear Osaka is the newest pub in town inspired by the essence of a Japanese izakaya. It’s a cultural trip to Japan, with every detail of the decoration carefully crafted to transport you to the bustling streets of Shinjuku.

No 456 A/B, Corner of Link Street and Dhammazedi Street Road, Golden Link Residence, Bahan Township, Yangon
09 776 605 926, 09 752 631 078
3 pm – 11 pm

Weekend community market with SheCreates

More than 50 SheCreates vendors will exhibit their products, crafts, food and drinks at a two-day community market that will include exciting activities for all ages, workshops, cafés and opportunities to have a local meal. Come with your friends and family!

Lycée Français International de Rangoun – LFIR – French School of Yangon, Windermere Gardens, No. (6), Oo Yin Street, Kamaryut Tsp, Yangon
9 am – 5 pm | 8-9 June
Free entry

Welcome Back Party at Gekkō 

On June 10, there is a Welcome Back Party at Gekkō with their Bar Manager Ko Puia! Take advantage of the FREE FLOW offer for all four special cocktails at just Ks39,000 and receive a 10% discount on any food purchase. If you prefer, you can also enjoy each special cocktail for only Ks10,000 per glass.

No 41/22, Aung Taw Mu Lane, Golden Valley, Bahan Township, Yangon
7 pm – 10 pm | 10 June
09 787 985 840

See Yangon from a new perspective at Sule Square

The Art & Diorama Exhibition, named Rangoon, at Sule Square Mall is already drawing crowds. Admission is free and the exhibit will be on display until 9 June. Don’t miss out—check it before the show comes to a close!

Ground Floor, No 221, Sule Pagoda Road, Yangon
27 May – 9 Jun
01 925 5009

Cassette tape sale at A Cafe

A Café and Infinity Cassette Shop will jointly sell 1,000 cassettes from various eras. Whether you’re looking for vintage gems from the early stereo era or more contemporary records, this sale is worth checking out. What makes it more intriguing is that they won’t label the prices, letting you decide their value. You pay as much as you want.

No 104, 39th St (lower block), Kyauktada Township, Yangon
10 am – 5:30 pm | 7-8 June

Disclaimer: All the events are subject to postponement or cancellation without the knowledge of MYANMORE. Please enquire first to avoid disappointment.

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