Monday, September 21, 2020

Guides

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 and 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...

Guide to Mala Xiang Guo Shops You Need To Try

Guide to Mala Xiang Guo restaurants to satisfy your cravings. Mala Xiang Guo is a Chinese dish made by stir-frying, you can pick the texture whether you want soup or dry pot. It often contains meat and vegetables and has a salty and numbing taste. The population of Yangonites likes these types of food as you can pick and scale your food. Mala Xiang Guo is often shared with a group of friends and people enjoy the spiciness together.

Myanmar Domestic Travel Briefing

Sampan Travel has collected a summary of guidelines and regulations for foreigners travelling in Myanmar during the global pandemic. As with everything at the moment, guidelines are subject to change because the situation remains fluid.

Top 10 Experiences To Try In Your Next Trip Upcountry

Especially for expats and Myanmar living in Yangon, but not really knowing the countryside, Exploration Travel came up with these 10 experiences to re-connect and re-discover Myanmar. All priced under 50 Usd per person during the month of September and October (based on minimum of 2 persons travelling together)

Latest news

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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