Monday, September 21, 2020


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.

Go for a road trip over the long weekend

A long weekend is coming up (Sat 1 August - Mon 3 August) and road trips are easygoing and fun. There are no Covid-19 checkpoints (unless entering areas such as Nay Pyi Taw), Google maps ensure you won’t get lost and you can stop for a picture whenever you want.

Celebrate Bastille Day at these restaurants

Celebrate Bastille Day with special promotions! Reservation is highly encouraged. Ô'Thentic Crêperie & Wine Bar 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....

Flower Power at Nay Pyi Taw’s Water Fountain Park

On an average day, The Water Fountain Park in Naypyitaw is a lovely sight to see, a large park with gorgeous foliage and a...

Cruising the Upper Irrawaddy River

‘You’ll love it, trust me’, my friend said with a smile as he tried to ease my obvious apprehension about my upcoming trip. The...

New Restaurants in Mandalay in March

The start of 2020 hasn’t been a great one for Mandalay. The plummet in the number tourists due to coronavirus outbreak has led to the closure of many small businesses, fires ravaged Sky Walk Mall and the main highway bus station and horrible air pollution has choked the city for much of February. Fortunately, there are some bright spots in the first quarter of 2020, especially in the dining scene. The arrival of Jupiter in mid-January followed by the launch of The Spoon in late February have given Mandalay foodies much to be excited about.

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