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No. 376, First Floor, Corner of Bogyoke Road and Maha Bandula Park Street, Kyauktada Township, Yangon

Our tour itineraries are carefully arranged for the guests to be able to taste the experiences of Myanmar’s true local life as much as possible while introducing the community based destinations, as well as promoting the responsible and sustainable tourism. Sharing a tour car (or) joining a seat-in-coach tour could not only save the travel cost but also reduce the energy consuming of the vehicle which farther helps preserve our environment.

Our aim is to offer affordable and effective day tours around Yangon which is known as one of the most expensive cities among the tourists. It is our mission to provide the best service, comfort and safety for our guests and to help them acquire the impactful experiences while visiting our country so that when they go back to their home countries, they will carry the warm memories of Myanmar in their heart.

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402, Kantawkalay Housing Building A Mingala Taunyyunt Township Yangon, Myanmar

Harmoneat is an innovative social enterprise dedicated to bringing diverse communities together through food.

Our vision is a world that is united by commonalities rather than divided by difference.

We use food to run a number of innovative community projects – women’s cooking circles, skills training, peace education and community building – using food as a way to tackle bigger social issues.

We have piloted community projects in Yangon, Myanmar and are now exploring opportunities to work with partners in other locations including from our home in Australia. In 2014/15, Harmoneat ran a highly successful social enterprise based in Yangon, Myanmar – a Burmese cooking school which used funding from tourist cooking classes to run innovative peacebuilding initiatives with diverse communities.

For more information – get in touch. [email protected]

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192, East Wind, Bogyoke Aung San Market, Bogyoke Aung San Road, Pabedan Township, Yangon,Myanmar
09 430 8763409 430 87634

We produce the Myanmar traditional greeting cards by our own golden and 3D traditional designs & we can serve for your business materials with our designs.

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