Breaking Up with Plastics in Myanmar @ Urban Village MM

With World Environment Day coming up and so many people talking about how to "beat plastic pollution," Conyat Create joined the conversation by hosting...

DRIVE Magazine May issue launch @ The Marina Indian Restaurant

DRIVE Magazine Myanmar launched its new issue at The Marina Indian Restaurant on last Thursday, May 2018. Photos by the Pictureman.

Food/books not bombs – charity event @ Burbrit Taproom

Burbrit Taproom in Ahlone Township hosted a charity concert and awareness raising event for @Food Not Bombs and @Books Not Bombs on last Saturday, May...

AGM Dinner at L’Opera

L'Opera Italian Restaurant hosted the AGM Dinner at Inya Lake on Saturday (April 28). Photos taken by The Pictureman.

Voices for Wildlife Music Festival @ Mahabandoola Park

The Embassy of Denmark in Myanmar and wild elephant campaign Voices for MoMos held on Saturday Myanmar's first ever wildlife music festival. Together, they...

Mixtape @ Alfa Hotel Rooftop

Mixtape Event was held at Alfa Hotel Rooftop on Saturday (April 7). Photos by Leo Jackson  

Mogok celebrates 800 years

About 200 kilometers northeast of Mandalay is the valley of Mogok—renowned worldwide for its rubies and yet notoriously guarded, with only permit-holding foreigners allowed...

OMGD Bailliage National De Birmanie event

With nearly 25,000 members, the Chaîne des Rôtisseurs is an International Association of Gastronomy now established in over 80 countries bringing together enthusiasts who...

MYANMORE Top 100 Dining and Nightlife Guide launches at 50th Street

MYANMORE launched its comprehensive guide to the top 100 restaurants, bars and cafes in Yangon at 50th Street Bar over the weekend. The Top 100...

Mediterranean diner Oliva opens at Yangon’s Institut Français

Oliva opened its new branch on Friday (March 16) at Institut Français de Birmanie where it will serve its quality Mediterranean fare. Hundreds turned up for...


Streets of Yangon

“Behind every door and inside every shop is a person whose story is a joy to listen to,” wrote Bob Percival, former editor of...