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Seven Decades: Group exhibition visualizes artists’ experiences of Myanmar since independence

The latest exhibition taking place at the Pyinsa Rasa’s art space in the Secretariat is a visual guide to Myanmar’s history in the time since independence. Curated by one of Myanmar’s most renow...

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Myanmar’s Meditation Methods

The practice of meditation is helpful for making your mind calm and peaceful. In Myanmar today, meditation is thriving among not only the old but also the young.

According to Buddhism, the bas...

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Sule Pagoda

Sule Pagoda is one of the more significant pagodas in Myanmar and it is located as a major landmark in the downtown area of Yangon. It is surrounded by historical and religious buildings: the 82 year-...

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Traditional Hair Styles Ancient and Modern

As Myanmar is an ancient country with a long history, it has enormous heritage—both tangible and intangible. Hair knotting is one of our ancient traditional practices.

 ‘Hair designer...

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Historical Gateway to the Southern Delights

Myanmar’s southern city of Myeik was not always part of Myanmar nor has it always been named ‘Myeik’ but it has always been an important, diverse and lively port city.

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Arakan Nature Lodge: Where the luxury is nature

Driving helter-skelter through the Rakhine Yoma towards the Bay of Bengal, aiming for the coast somewhere between beach towns Ngwesaung and Ngapali, we kept hoping for this mountain to be the last onl...

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Mogok: A town famous for its rubies but hidden from travellers

Located in a valley surrounded by mountains, Mogok looks like an upturned bamboo hat. A variety of ethic people live in this place known as Ruby Land – a name it earned as the world’s highest q...

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Thiho Shin Pagoda Festival

The Thiho Shin Pagoda festival is celebrated in the town of Pakokku, in Magwe Division on the banks of the Irrawaddy River. It is important for all the people of the villages and towns of this dry reg...

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Novice Monk Initiation Ceremony Shin Pyu Pwe

One of the greatest joys that Buddhist parents find is the chance to have sons enter the monastery as a novice for a few days at least. The boys too, consider it an honour to become sons of the Buddha...

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Thingyan festival

Thingyan (Water Festival) is the Myanmar New Year and it is the most unique and colorful festival in Myanmar. People celebrate for a total of four days but the dates are calculated according to the My...

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A Rising Star in Myanmar’s Art World

On first glance at the work of Aung Naing Tun, you may think it is a black and white photograph straight from the printer. But no, the art produced by this young creative is formed stroke by stroke ov...

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The Director and his drive to produce high-quality, international standard films

“I don’t want my films come to an end only in Myanmar. They must not be targeted only at Myanmar. They need to be felt by the world.”

The film Kayan Beauties won the Special Jury Award, t...

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No.2 Art Area: Interview with founder and prominent graffiti artist Arker Kyaw

In a quiet, leafy street off Yangon’s Sayasan Road, a wall of shiny corrugated zinc stands awaiting its paint.
Beyond the steely exterior, on the front wall of what he calls the No. 2 Art Area, g...

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Wolf in the Kitchen

The solution of one young woman passionate about food, with a dislike of the restaurant industry

Wolf Kitchen is a brand of premium food products gaining a name for itself for its high quality,...

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Traditional arts and crafts go online at Yoeyarzay

Over time, Myanmar’s traditional craft industry has begun to fade due to a lower demand from buyers as well as relying on promotion and marketing strategies that fall behind modern businesses and co...

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Jazz in Time: Yangon’s first jazz bar hits all the right notes

Last August, Yangon’s first dedicated jazz bar opened its doors with a bash of the symbol and a roar of the saxophone. Located on lower Bo Myat Tun Street, this music bar is one of a few in the city...

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Paradise beaches on Myanmar coast risk falling into ruin

Myanmar is well-known in the region of Southeast Asia and beyond for having forests, mountains, valleys, and lakes as well as naturally beautiful beaches along the coastline. This varied and diverse n....

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Marco’s Cellar : A world of choice for the wine connoisseur in Yangon

A new wine bar and bistro opened last March in a heritage building in Yangon’s historical quarter and it has the city’s most well-selected collection of wines for sale. Marco’s Cellar is located....

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International travelers in Myanmar still facing money exchange challenges

There is an aspect of visiting Myanmar that continues to be the source of criticism from many foreign travelers. That is the necessity of using new, crisp and clean US dollar bills. This is a common c....

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Mother's Day Buffet Treat!

To The Queen My Heart
(sunday 13th may 2018) 11.30 am to 3.00pm
Mother's Day Buffet Treat!
Mun Dine for Free !(up to 4 persons)

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Mercure Families Brunch on Sunday


Mercure Families Brunch on Sunday 
Come and sample our Mercure Families Brunch Buffet from 11:30 am till 3:00 pm. To complete your weekend, enj...

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Hotel Boss

Warmly Welcome From Mandalay Hotel Boss Location (Our Hotel location nearly the heart of Zay Cho  Market and Ayarwaddy  River is down town area near by Eain Daw Yar Pagoda.)
Restaurant (G...