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The energy is coming back! The shopping malls are filling up, traffic congestion is (unfortunately) back and life is surprisingly quick to come back to a normal. However, the restrictions on Visa and International flights and mass gatherings are still in place till June 30, awaiting further updates. On the positive side, long-distance buses operate again and restaurants, cafes, tea shops and markets are mostly open too, with social distancing measures.
[The Adaptors] Pablo Aloy Gomez of Meliá Yangon share how they have been adapting and the importance of always staying positive
Meliá Yangon was one of the first hotels' in Yangon to open up for the public. This was the result of a lot of planning and preparations. Mr Pablo Aloy Gomez, a GM of Meliá Hotels International for over 20 years across three continents, share what they did and his views.
Having a spa day is one of the best ways to pamper yourself after a stressful day or a...
Come November 2020 flags will fly, rallies will fill the streets as election fever hit’s Myanmar. From downtown Yangon into the hills of Rakhine the Union Election Commission will send Electoral Officers through civil wars and wild tigers; trekking, by boat, dirty road, motorbike or foot into isolated mountainous outposts to guarantee free and fair elections.
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