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Courier services for Yangon and beyond

Nowadays, you can't open up your Social media News Feed without seeing posts selling everything from home-cooked meals to interior plants. If you have an online business or are thinking of starting one, you might want to know what delivery services are there. Some of them offer shopping services and shipping for personal items too.

[Yangon] Drinks for delivery

Drinks make good times better and bad times bearable. Yangon bars and restaurants are trying their best to offer the most creative cocktails and...

[Yangon] Drugstores for delivery

Check the list of drugstores that deliver to your doorstep in Yangon.

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 ways to keep creativity alive...

A very personal lockdown reading list

Since I’ve become a full-time writer, I haven’t been reading as avid as I was in my college years. I read the pitches from...

Yangon restaurants for takeaway & delivery

Since 8 September, all the restaurants in Yangon Region can serve takeaway and delivery only. Here's a list of eateries you can order. Plan...

Fantastic fruits and where to find them

In Myanmar, the rainy season is when sweet and succulent fruits like pineapple and dragon fruit are produced in abundance. We have made a...

Mood for mooncakes: Best deals in Yangon!

The Mid-Autumn Festival also called the Mooncake Festival traditionally falls on the 15th day of the eighth month in the Chinese lunar calendar. This...

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Courier services for Yangon and beyond

Nowadays, you can't open up your Social media News Feed without seeing posts selling everything from home-cooked meals to interior plants. If you have an online business or are thinking of starting one, you might want to know what delivery services are there. Some of them offer shopping services and shipping for personal items too.

The Restaurateur Couple that complements each other – Htet Myet Oo and Isabella Sway-Tin

There's an old cliche that you're not supposed to mix business and pleasure, but this restaurateur couple prove otherwise! Htet and Isabella were only 23 and 24 when The Rangoon Tea House opened up in late 2014. Within a short space of time the restaurant became massively popular, and 2018 they received MYANMORE Awards KBZ Entrepreneur of the Year.

Women’s needs at quarantine centers

As Myanmar is getting support from donors to fight COVID-19, there is one need that is being left out or forgotten - women's needs in COVID-19 quarantine and medical centers across Myanmar.
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