Monday, September 21, 2020

Event

The World’s Biggest EDM Festival – Tomorrowland – Experienced Online!

A two-day digital music festival on the 26th and 27th of July (Asia Pacific region). Tomorrowland just made history by creating a realistic 3D island gathering the best of Tomorrowland that can be accessed by a smartphone, tablet PC or a computer.

Celebrate Bastille Day at these restaurants

Celebrate Bastille Day with special promotions! Reservation is highly encouraged. Ô'Thentic Crêperie & Wine Bar https://www.facebook.com/OThentic.YGN/videos/2323287701312794/ Enjoy free flow drinks (French red/white wine, Bloody mary, Myanmar Premium...

What’s popping at Parami Pizza (Downtown)

Parami Pizza Downtown is back with consecutive events for the month of July. The combination of promotion deals, co-hosting events and even a Masterclass....

What’s on at Nam Su?

Nam Su is currently hosting 3 reoccurring events during the month of July. The events consisted of freeflow Negronis and Gin Tonic. They are...

River Gallery Re-Opens Second Annual Monsoon Madness sale begins

After two months of lockdown, River Gallery has re-opened its doors and is open 10 am to 5 pm every day. Please come to...

Full Moon Day of Kason

Happy Full Moon Day of Kason! We wish you all safe and well during this global pandemic. In May, Burmese people believe that Buddha is said...

You can now visit the real-life house from The Conjuring Movie Online

Home, spook home: the house from The Conjuring (2013) film will go live-stream for a week of supernatural happenings and paranormal activities for 24/7...

Yangon Photo Festival: Window to the World

Starting tomorrow the 12th Yangon Photo Festival will be held across the town for about a month, sources say. Asia's largest photo and advocacy festival...

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Swedish Design with IKEA delivered to your home

With COVID-19 a Bangkok visit is out of the question. Imagine my surprise when I found a quick and easy way to order and get it delivered to home.

Stay at home order in Yangon from September 21st

From September 21st, all townships in the Yangon region are now subject to a ‘Stay at home’ order.

Art unchained: Yangon galleries keep creativity flowing

Art knows no boundary - or lockdown. Although many galleries are closed due to COVID-19, some gallery owners find...
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