Sunday, August 9, 2020


Hello! You may have lost track by now, but we are already in May, weather outside is hot and rainy season is on its way. This section is here to help you explore what to do when At Home - such as testing new food either by cooking or ordering in, explore a virtual tour of a remote or even local gallery, or find a movie or book to watch. Explore and give us feedback!

Cocktail Deliveries for Happy Hours at Home

Friday is coming up and if you are missing your favourite cocktails and still not willing to go out, here is the list of places where you can get cocktail delivery service.

Four Seasons Steamboat: A Hot Pot Experience at home

Four Seasons Steamboat Restaurant decided that when they can't be open, why not bring their hot pot experience to your home. Two people will deliver a full set of vegetables and meats together with the broths of your choice and the equipment to boil it. The day after they will come and pick it up.

Work from Home Diary: From Electricity Outage, Food Dilemma, Conference Call Etiquette to the New Normal 

As people in some parts of the world start to yearn the comeback of a “normal life”, I have officially entered the ninth week of working from home in Yangon. And let me tell you, it’s not as thrilling as I have imagined before. 

What to Eat

[New Opening] HOUSE OF BREAD – French Bread in Yangon

House of Bread is a French artisanal bakery cafe inspired by the French boulangerie. They offer different varieties of European pastries alongside freshly customized coffee beans.

Three Myanmar Chefs hosting a six hands dinner

Working together not for the first time, these three talented chefs - Chef Orng, Chef Joseph and Chef Htun Htun - are on July 31 and August 1 putting together a six hands dinner showcasing each one's passion and skills.

Global meets local: Jaggery doughnuts

When I learnt that Krispy Kreme Myanmar is collaborating with the local business, Tree Food, on their new product, I was excited. After seeing their teaser, I could...

[New Opening] Butiria – experience authentic Chin cuisine and culture

Butiria is a new local Chin ethnic restaurant and cafe, opened on July 18th, providing authentic Chin food with ingredients from Chin state in...

What to Watch

What’s on Netflix July 2020

A new month is upon us and a bunch of new content is coming to Netflix. The streaming giant’s strategy tries to cater to...

What’s on Netflix June 2020

Our recommendation of TV shows, films, comedy shows and everything you can watch on Netflix as a substitution of our Cinema section due to...

Streaming Now in May 2020

Streaming Now is a series of TV shows, films, comedy shows and everything you can watch on Streaming apps available in Myanmar as a...

Top 5 movies to make you howl with laughter

With the world under lockdown, it is all too easy to let negativity get the better of us. But there are plenty of ways...

How to Cope

COVID-19 in Myanmar – What to expect in August

Our country has been doing a good job quarantining citizens and the health industry is doing the best they can to fight against the COVID-19. The outcome has been great. So what changes can we expect from now regarding that more people are being healed and everything's stimulating as organised?

BSY: How to think positive and be resilient

People tend to think optimism and resilience are natural traits. But Joshua Mycroft of British School Yangon believes they are attainable qualities. We often think...

Virtual Train Rides Around The World that You Can Take from your Couch

Are you getting bored of the virtual city landscapes around the world? No more going around inside the massive museums? Well, this weekend, we...

How to disinfect yourself and your home

Just going out for grocery shopping is not the same as before anymore, due to the situations out there. People are becoming more cautious...

What to Read

How to kill your boredom during self-isolation

Although Yangon has not totally shut down yet the roads are almost empty since restaurants are only allowed to take away service to maintain...

Things to do in Yangon this weekend: Mar 20 -22

With the global pandemic threat COVID-19 still goes on, most of the events are canceled according to the warnings by government. So, here’s our...

Things to do in Yangon this weekend: Mar 13 – 15

Here’s our snippet of things to do in Yangon this weekend. Friday Tropical Night at The Penthouse Put yourself in a warmer state of mind this Saturday...

Things to do in Yangon this weekend: Mar 6 – 8

Here’s our snippet of things to do in Yangon this weekend. Mar 6 - 8 Tastefully Myanmar Expo 2020  Myanmar Biggest Food and Drink Expo open to...

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Indoor fun for rainy days

Yangon’s rain is unforgiving. If you feel bored and gloomy at home, why not visit these indoor playgrounds. Some of them are child-friendly, so you can bring your little ones. Reservation is highly recommended.