This express boat plies from Homalim to Khamti along Chin Dwin river. The fare is K4000 per head for one-day trip.
This is one of the ships plying from Monywa to Khamti along Chin Dwin river. Thetrip takes 2 nights and 3 days.
Making of a Myanmar horror movie is well underway. The movie, subtitled in English, directed by Maung Myo is the first of its kind in 30 years. It will be available on DVD soon. It is also intended for foreign market.
The first traffic lights for safety of student pedestrians has been fully operational in front of Teacher Training Collage on Pyay Road. Pedestrian crossing users can switch on and off the lights.
You can have everything repaired in Myanmar. It cost us only K3500 to have the broken digital camera used in our office.
A new ship is soon operating for tourists between Mandalay and Bagan, Monywa, TaKaung and Bamo along Ayeyawady River. RV Min Kyan Sit 5 decorated with Myanmar traditional artwork is intended for charter voyages.
The grape wines brewed at the factory in Ayetharyar, Taunggyi, are now available at shopping centres- City Mark, Blazon, Myaing Hewun and Strand Hotel, Traders Hotel and Le Planteur Restaurant in Yangon. The wines named "Ayetharyar" and "Kanobza" are made at the distilyrun by a German entrepreneur. Ayetharyar wine intented for export is priced US$8 per bottle. Kanboza wine for local market is valued K5000 per bottle. The taste of them is a little differet. Wine tasting can be conducted at the Yangon office, 38G, Myintzu St, Parami Avenue and Ayetharya Vineyard in Taunggyi.
Various kinds of cameras, digital cameras and viedo cameras are available in different designs and models at the camera shop in 34th street.
Address No.139,34th Street(mid),Kyauktada Township. Tel 01-370585, 254820
Under the sponsorship of Indian Embassy, the Indian movie "Netaji Subbash Candra Bose (The forgotten Hero)" will be shown to the public free of charge in Yangon on August 15 and 16. The movie was reported shot in Myanmar in December, 2003. It illustrates the life of Chandra Bose who was deeply involved in Japanese history.
Photo: The Myanmar Times Journal
Ministry of Industry Ⅱ took change in converting light trucks and city buses to CNG vehicles this year. A total of 1969 petrol and diesel cars has been changed. A service center for CNG cars has been opened on Kaba Aye Pagoda Road. One more center is scheduled to open soon.
Manis Indonesian restaurant and bar was opened on July 27. It is run by an Indonesian and a Myanmar. The shop serves European foods. They also offer foot massage service on request. Opening hours from 11:00 am to 11:00 pm, daily.
Address:No.1,Inya Road, Kamayut Township, Yangon. Tel-(951)527506
Famous Myanmar pianist, singer and vocalist, Sandaya Chit Swe passed away on July 10.
Photo: From Seven days News Journal
Ads are being collected for the 2006 issue of Yangon Directory. It costs about K 799,000 for a full colour page of an ad. The book is valued at about K3000. A complimentary copy is presented to those who put ads in the book .
The Korean Restaurant managed by a Korean entrepreneur serves Korean and European Foods. It opens 11 am to 11 pm. From 6 pm to 11 pm on Sunday.
Address 135, Dhamazedi Rd., Bahan Township。Tel 01-524271