Thursday, July 16, 2020


[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.

Bored of sitting at home? Some suggestions to discover Myanmar on 2 wheels in the coming weeks.

Bored of sitting at home? Some suggestions to discover Myanmar on 2 wheels in the coming weeks. *  Do a morning ride in Thanlyin off...

No restrictions for domestic travel in Myanmar

A statement released by Ministry of Hotels and Tourism has now clarified that there are no  restrictions for foreigners to travel in Myanmar. There have...

Bagan’s Best Western Dishes

Bagan has no shortage of restaurants, but the menus are mostly a repetitive mix of rice, curry, salads and soups. If you are looking for...

Get your motor running: Myanmar’s best weekend motorbike adventures

Myanmar is beginning to lift restrictions on domestic travel, much to the delight of both local and foreign residents. But while the airlines and...

It’s time for more domestic travel!

After some contradictory reports the people from Khiri Travel decided to test and drove from Yangon to Mandalay and onwards to Bagan - Kalaw - Pindaya - Inle Lake - Pinlaung - Nay Pyi Taw and arrived back in Yangon. Conclusion: No quarantine, no special papers required and people are happy to see domestic travellers visiting their region again. 

Myanmar destination updates from the ground

We talked with business owners and senior managers in the hospitality industry about the impacts of COVID-19 on popular destinations. They share their experience...

Myanmar Announces Strategic Roadmap for Tourism Recover

Myanmar announces Strategic Roadmap for Tourism Recovery. The announcement was made by H.E. U Ohn Maung, Union Minister of Ministry of Hotels and Tourism...

Latest news

Rakhine Mote T – A Cure for the Rainy Season

Rakhine Mote T and Rainy Season are two things that are always compatible with each other - the spiciness of it balances out the coldness of the weather. Originated from Rakhine from Western Myanmar, Rakhine Mote T is one of the most loved ethnic food in Myanmar. Try out this famous mouthwatering dish to beat the monsoon season.

Art in Yangon: Exhibitions in July

Art galleries in Yangon have been opening up but the level of activity is still low due to social distancing. Currently, these are two exhibitions in Yangon this July.

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...
- Advertisement -