Home Guides

Guides

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)

[Yangon] 9 sushi spots for every budget

Sushi can be a simple meal or sophisticated cuisine based on your spending. From wallet-friendly options to boutique dining experiences, this list may cover some of the best sushi spots in Yangon.

Get Electronics At Your Doorstep – Shopping Online

During recent years, several companies have been trying to take charge of the development of online shopping in Myanmar and it has reached a point where online shopping platforms in Myanmar are becoming used by citizens regularly. Here is our take on some of the more popular ones:

7 Places to Try in August – Restaurants and Bars Guide

Yangon's F&B scene is bubbling again! Here are seven restaurants and bars for you to explore in August. 

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.

5 New Cafés in Yangon to try in August – Your Local Café Guide

A café is not only about its coffee, but also how its service and environment makes you feel when grabbing a cup of coffee on a busy day or sipping on an espresso during a relaxing coffee break. After the lockdown, several interesting cafes have appeared in Yangon. These are our pick of five cafés to check out for August.