If you’re looking for local art and photography or feel the need to strengthen your networks, Yangon has a full lineup of exciting events for you as outlined in our weekly guide.
This week in Yangon you can improve your skills by learning from the professionals, laugh your heart out at comedy or dance the night away with top local and international DJs.
Embassy to host country’s first such event on Feb. 10; wine tasting, food lectures are on the menu
“We think next year it will be the highest-rated coffee in Myanmar,” said Sawbwa co-founder Sam Foot.
This week in Yangon, get your dancing shoes on for jazz, 90’s music or rock ’n’ roll, be inspired by experts on tech startups and tourism or take the family to a cultural fes
Sedona Hotel celebrates Lunar New Year Spring Festival with special Chinese set menus
The couple behind Khaya tea is getting superior Myanmar tea the recognition it deserves by connecting the right farmers to the right markets.
In Yangon for Christmas or the New Year? Sedona Hotel has special festive dining options to indulge in with loved ones and events sure to get you in the holiday celebration mood.
Oleo restaurant at Melia Hotel Yangon offers sweet treats, savory fare and unlimited tea or coffee in a relaxed vibe
Chef Jiří Vaněček has prepared a special menu offering soups, stews, dumplings and more
Olea’s Italian Food Week is an opportunity to expand your knowledge of authentic Italian cuisine through delectable dishes and wine.
Local firm Yoma Strategic has signed a franchise deal with the US parent company.
The hotel’s relaunched ‘Hooked on Seafood’ buffet on Friday nights has a little something for everyone.
You'll find a cornucopia of rich and savory appetizers and mains at the "Flavors of Turkey" buffet at Café Sule from Oct. 30 to Nov. 5.
Indulging in a special menu of Spain’s favorite tapas and paella dishes being served for the month of October at Melia Yangon’s Mediterranean restaurant Olea.