Lion King cold drink shop has been opened on the third floor of Yuzana Plaza. Cold drinks made of green and red picked tea imported from Taiwan and eggs are available at this shop. A glass of fruit juice with tea taste costs K350. And egg boiled in tea costs K100.
CNG buses have been running in Yangon. Bus fares on the buses have gone up two times more than diesel buses in with effect from last week.
Confluence of Maykha and Maylikha which form Ayeyarwady river is one of main tourist attractions of Kachin State. The place is the most beatiful in January.
The stone observation tower titled “Popa Tower” will open at Central Forest Zone in Kandawgyi Park soon. The reinforced concrete building in the form of huge rock has a lift and spiral stairs. From the tower, you can see a panoramic view fo Kandawgyi Lake and its environs and Yangon city.
Vendors board the ships playing along Chin Dwin river from the small boats to sell local products.
Production of the first Myanmar computer game titled "Mastermind" has been almost finishied. Total Gameplay Studio Company gas finished 80% of work. The game is expected to be marketed abroad later this year. Sample version of the game can be down-loaded at www. total gameplay. com during this month before sales lunch. It took the company about four years to develop the game, which is of stand-alone strategy type.
The Myanmar Times
Passengers waiting for the express boat seen at the jetty in Kalaywa. Their destinations are towns along the Chin Dwin river.
A Karen national who lives in Myitkyina came to our office and sold traditional cloths of Naga, Kachin and Chin nationals the other day. Things sold included a lot antiques and expensive handicraft.
New Year Festival of Naga nationals will be held in Lahe next year. There are some landslides on the way there in the raing season. You have to go on foot in some section of the trip due to the broken bridge across the creek. There is no other means.
Extension of runway at Bagan (Nyaung Oo) Airport is well underway. The project implemented to allow bigger aircrafts such as Boeing 737, A 300 and A 400 to land is scheduled to finish at the beginning of 2006.