Eagerly awaited addition to Yangon’s food scene lives up to the hype.
Top local seafood and fish with all the right accompaniments and endless sweet treats at Melia’s new Wednesday night buffet.
This weekend in Yangon, switch off for Earth Hour before you power up for seven days of art, music, dining, tech startup talks and pool parties.
Talks on investment, gender and the environment, a poetry reading and exciting market pop-ups are just a few of the things to do in Yangon in the coming seven days.
Orng Joitamoi, of Orng Kitchen, won his second Myanmore Dining and Nightlife award this month. The Irrawaddy met him in his organic farm to discuss his ingredients for success.
The food is great and the price is right. The service could use some work.
With a number of St. Patrick’s Day parties and the international Gout de France food event in the coming seven days, there is a truly international buzz about Yangon this week.
The annual Myanmore Awards commend the top movers and shakers in Myanmar’s dining, nightlife and travel industries.
Pho, spring rolls and more are available at the special Vietnamese counter at D’Cuisine restaurant throughout March.
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