09 9717 50191, 0996755435809 9717 50191, 09967554358

Show Times: 10:00AM 12:40PM 3:40PM 6:40PM 9:00PM (Hall 1)
10:15AM 12:45PM 3:45PM 6:45PM 9:15PM (Hall 2)
10:30AM 1:00PM 4:00PM 7:00PM 9:30PM (Hall 3)

A new cinema chain in Myanmar offering an array of movies including domestic Myanmar, Hollywood, Bollywood and Chinese Films.
MEGA ACE CINEPLEX revolutionized the cinema-going experience by introducing multiplex concept. Our Cineplex embodies enriching experience in a lighter, modest and accessible manner to furnish a warm welcoming and vibrant ambience to our customers to enjoy the cinema-going experience at competitive pricing with sophisticated digital sound and projection systems, inspiring surroundings and attentive staffs.

Thiripyitsaya offers a wide variety of selected pieces representative of Myanmar culture.

Items include gold and silver jewelry set with precious gems, ethnic textiles,
and natural dyed fabric including Lotus produced only in Inlay,
as well as other high quality local products such as organic honey and coconut bowls.

Select Boutique the Thiripyitsaya is the perfect place for gifts and souvenirs both for visitors exploring Myanmar culture and Yangon residents.

Opening hours: 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM (Closed on Sundays)

One of the biggest Book Shops & Toy Stores in Yangon. Various kinds of books & fantastic toys for the children are available there. They offers a selection of books in a variety of other languages such as English, French and some Korean and Japanese. Our stores carry a wide selection of books including and up-to-date range of popular fiction and non-fiction, children books, history of Myanmar and Southeast Asia. Travel, Cookery, Health, Parenting, Self-help, Religion, Art and Design and general reference books including dictionaries and atlases. And there’s a Cafe beside so that you can read your book calmly after you bought it!

Opening hours:  9:00 AM – 8:30 PM

+95 (0) 9 73176000+95 (0) 9 73176000

Showtimes: 10:00am, 12:30pm, 3:30pm, 6:30pm, and 9:30pm.

Screens both foreign and Burmese films. The newest of the cinema complexes.
202/206, Anawrahta Rd, Lanmadaw Township
+95 (0) 9 73176000

+95 (0) 1 372594, +95 (0) 1 722582+95 (0) 1 372594, +95 (0) 1 722582

Showtimes: 10:00am, 12:30pm, 3:30pm, 6:30pm, and 9:30pm.

Screens mostly Burmese films, and is more downbeat than the modern complexes. Great place to check out the local scene and soak up the atmosphere. Cheap and homely.
309 Bogyote Aung San Road, Kyautata Township
+95 (0) 1 372594,
+95 (0) 1 722582

Located on the first floor, Cafe @26 offers a hearty breakfast of Burmese and International cuisine to provide you with all the energy you need to start your day. All day dining as well as room service is also available throughout the day until evening.

Best Friends Badminton Club, Myanmar . Badminton is the great sport to keep fit , meet new people and play a competitive game in Myanmar. BFBC is a very welcoming club and encourages new members , whatever their ability.

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.

DAILY MART is the Myanmar’s first online supermarket with home/office delivery service. You can browse items under Food, Beverages, Health & Beauty, Household and Baby categories through our website.
We understand that time is very important in this world – and we want to help your make grocery shopping easy, convenient and fast. Save your time going to supermarkets through heavy traffic, waiting for long queues and avoid having to carry heavy items to your home by shopping with us. We do deliveries 7 days a week and choose from 4-hour delivery blocks to receive your goods.
Have your items delivered straight to your home or office in just 3 simple steps; Register, Pick your grocery items and Fill up your delivery address and choose your delivery slot. There is no Queue for payments with our cash-on-delivery (COD) payment system.

Much like it’s namesake fruit, Pomelo is vibrant, bursting with an energy and vitality that is unique to Myanmar.

Pomelo is a Fair Trade marketplace supporting social businesses throughout Myanmar. Pomelo connects design and impact: every purchase made contributes to social and economic change in some of Myanmar’s most marginalised communities and helps to support unique skills and craftsmanship.

Pomelo aims to make lasting impact by providing its artisan partners with training and education, as well as economic reward. Proudly supporting a diverse range of groups and products, handpicked and nurtured by the Pomelo team. The products range from reclaimed teak candle holders, created by former street children who have been trained in traditional carpentry, to handmade soap, created by refugee women in Kachin State. Join the movement #DesignForChange, by visiting the Pomelo retail outlets in Yangon and Bagan, where your purchase contributes towards a brighter future for the country and it’s people.

Van Heusen, American Smart Wear for Work and Play. VH clothes stand out for their modern classic urban style, fit, fabric, finish and innovative features. VH is proudly worn by famous world leaders, royalty, celebrities, and star athletes.
VH Shirts sold in Myanmar feature exclusive high-tech American and German engineered fabrics for hot and humid weather conditions:
– IQ Easy Care Non-Irons which also increase durability and comfort
– Silk Protein infusions which add comfort, shine, and durability
– Lanolin moisturizing extracts for moisture absorption, reduction of skin irritations

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.

+95 (0) 1 246962, +95 (0) 1 246963, +95 (0) 1 252+95 (0) 1 246962, +95 (0) 1 246963, +95 (0) 1 252

Showtimes: 10:00am, 12:30pm, 3:30pm, 6:30pm, and 9:30pm.

An 800-seat cinema operated by the Mingalar group, this is another architectural landmark of Myanmar cinema. Early 1970s chic. Exhibits domestic Myanmar films, Hollywood & Bollywood films, as well as Chinese films.
5 Alanpaya Road, Dagon Township
+95 (0) 1 246962, +95 (0) 1 246963, +95 (0) 1 252 118





+95 (0) 1 246962, +95 (0) 1 246963, +95 (0) 1 252+95 (0) 1 246962, +95 (0) 1 246963, +95 (0) 1 252

Showtimes: 10:00am, 12:30pm, 3:30pm, 6:30pm, and 9:30pm.


Thamada is a national treasure. With its beautiful design and architecture, it’s worth visiting just to experience it’s pure 1950 retro feel. Screens mostly Burmese films, especially comedies.
5 Alanpaya Road, Dagon Township
+95 (0) 1 246962, +95 (0) 1 246963, +95 (0) 1 252 118

Showtimes: 10:00am, 12:30pm, 3:30pm, 6:30pm, and 9:30pm.





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+95 (0) 1 251277, +95 (0) 1 251288+95 (0) 1 251277, +95 (0) 1 251288

Showtimes: 10:00am, 12:30pm, 3:30pm, 6:30pm, and 9:30pm.


Yangon’s most popular cinema screens a lot of foreign movies and sometimes hosts international film festivals. Its 1970s chic, and has 3D offerings and very cool aircon. The local popcorn is worth a try, sweet not salty. It has a great architectural façade, that is very funky.
Sule Pagoda Road (opposite Sule Shangri-LaHotel)
+95 (0) 1 251277, +95 (0) 1 251288





Showtimes: Sun – Thurs: 10AM, 1PM, 4PM, 7PM
Fri – Sat: 10AM, 1PM, 4PM, 7PM, 9.30PM

Screens both foreign and Burmese films. Modern and clean.
Pyay Rd, Junction Square shopping mall
+95 (0) 1 527055





Showtimes: Sun – Thurs: 10AM, 1PM, 4PM, 7PM
Fri – Sat: 10AM, 1PM, 4PM, 7PM, 9.30PM

Screens both foreign and Burmese films
Corner of Anawrahta Road and Mawtin Street, Lanmadaw Township
+95 (0)1 225244





+95 (0) 9 73254091, +95 (0) 9 73254092+95 (0) 9 73254091, +95 (0) 9 73254092

Showtimes: 10:00am, 12:30pm, 3:30pm, 6:30pm, and 9:30pm.

Screens both foreign and Burmese films
268 Pyay Road, Myay Ni Gone Ward, San Chaung Township
+95 (0) 9 73254091, +95 (0) 9 73254092




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