The Big Bad Wolf Book Sale Comes to Yangon

From 18th until the 28th January over one million English language books will be on sale at the Big Bad Wold Book Sale at Myanmar Event Park on Min Dhamma. Pick up...

Rebuilding the future

While many of the heritage buildings across Yangon are left to face the elements and become evermore damaged, a select few are undergoing intense restoration processes to restore their former grandeur and...

The 2019 Travel Planner

Despite the fact that New Year’s cheers might still be ringing in your ears, it’s time to start planning your travels for the year ahead. Edwin Briels, the MD of Khiri Travel...

The 3 Ambiances of Le Planteur

A three-tiered fine dining experience like no other. The luxurious lakeside establishment Le Planteur is a restaurant to rival any gastronomic experience in the world. Hidden away from the...

Myanmar’s First Board Game: Bagan Journey

Playing board games is a part of many people’s childhood and it’s a tradition that often carried through into adulthood. Monopoly, Codenames, Snakes & Ladders and many others have kept us entertained...

Hejohejo: The Sweet Taste of Singapore

Hejohejo, a Singapore-based franchise, have recently opened in Myanmar Plaza offering a range of tasty and healthy chendol dessert drinks. A highly popular dessert drink in Singapore, chendol originally came from Indonesia...

Selamat Datang – Welcome to Malaysia

Malaysia, a 2.5 hour flight from Yangon, is known for its beaches, rainforests, and its wealth of natural beauty. Flights from Yangon arrive in the capital, Kuala Lumpur. MYANMORE visits three destinations...

Olea introduces a new High Tea menu

Styled with a Mediterranean influence, Melia’s Olea is prettily decorated with floor-to-ceiling white drapes, chunky white sofas with plush blue cushions and wooden beams across the ceiling. Anyone walking in for the...

The Road Less Travelled

Alterative adventures from well-known routes Though Myanmar has a rich and varied landscape and history, it’s all too often that travellers find themselves treading the same old routes....

The Central Sweets: A Kabar Aye Candyland

The Central Sweets, a food court for dessert-lovers, recently opened in The Central on Kabar Aye Pagoda Road. Decorated with a deeply-Instagrammable pink and white colour-scheme and teeming with picture-perfect treats, here...
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