Fun things to do in YangonYangon Fun Activities
In Yangon, Myanmar: 6 fun activities
Are you looking for fun activities in Yangon, Myanmar? Prepare yourself for unparalleled architectural design, stunning dining and busy market. Visiting Shwedagon Pagoda (in the picture), the holiest Buddhist site in Myamar, constructed 2,500 years ago. Lose yourself in Bogyoke Aung San Market, a labyrinth of mating, clothing, jewelry and eating on the highways.
Observe the Kandawgyi Lakes setting sun and see the sparkling shedagon reflecting in the lakes. The People' s is a small, slightly hazardous themed area. Attend 999 Noodle House and the exquisite Ni Tar in downtown Yangon is astonishing.
Six funny things to do in Yangon this weekend[23-25 June]
And Yangon will show up this week-end. This is the music, culinary and pedagogical event we are most looking forward to: Let's begin the week-end with something healthy and instructive. Visit Pansuriya from 19:00 to 20:30 to find out more about the dramatic change in Yangon and how the constructed world influences our behaviour and lifestyle. The two experienced practitioners will exchange views on how to make Yangon's evolution including, lasting and respectable.
Yangon's trendiest night club The Clubhouse is back (from somewhere) and starts its fight against sleeveless shoes and short from 9 p.m. to 4 a.m. this evening. There is no covering fee, and they will also serve free Kirin until it goes out. The Fête de la Musique is organising 19 music performances that start at 11 a.m. and end at 2 a.m. tomorrom.
We are especially happy about the International Independent Show in Myanm/art, the JAM IT! show under the Myaynigone Flyover, the Charles-Baptiste DJ kit in the Union Bar and the Novotel swimmingpools. A further inevitable occasion is the cuisine festival, which serves dishes from 14 different places in Europe, which represent an even larger number of kitchen states.
This year' s event will take place from 16:00 to 22:30 at the Rose Garden Hotel. And if you don't make it this week-end, the show will continue until 29 June. Discover the centuries-old craft of winding and designing small stripes of papermaking in this studio from 10.00 am to 3.00 pm.
The ticket costs K85,000 per person, and the workshops take place in North Dagon Township, but if that's something you wanted to study but never tried, then take control of your fate this week-end.