This vessel makes pleasure voyage to coastal region such as Myeik and Kawthoung. Foreign visitors can also take the trip but it is popular among locals.
Gamon Pwint Department store got a face-lift recently and has become a pioneer building in design in Yangon. The goods sold are not changed.
Small oranges imported from Thailand. They are more expensive and sweeter than ordinary ones.
Morning Glory flowers had seen in Kalaw. Some seeds were carried to Yangon and planted. Now, the flower plants are in full bloom.
Opening of shops which sell fancy goods has been in vogue in Yangon recently.It is like a fashion for young people to buy fancy goods to use and to give as presents.The shop seen in the picture is Two-M in Shwe Taung Tan Street near our office. Fancy goods sold at the shops are imported from Thailand and China.
Luca, a Korean and Myanmar traditional clinic is located near our office. Korean doctors give treatments to patients with the use of high-class Korean traditional medicine including acupuncture. Special treatments such as facial make-up and reducing fat from body are also available at this clinic.
This is the ice-cream shop near the shop "Shashimi Ya". A wide variety of ice-cream, cold drinds, Japanese snacks is available here.
A new Japanese restaurant "Sa Shi Mi Ya" has opened in Shwe Taung Tan Street. The restaurant serves Sashimi (raw fish) imported from Bangkok, Sushi, fermented rice plus a wide variety of noodles.Customers can have their choice from various Set Menu. The restaurant is within walking distance from our office.
Address: No.107, Shwetaungtan Street, Lanmadaw T/S
The photo Exhibition "Days of Myanmar" by hotographer Ms. Hyodo Chinatsu has been taken place at Azada Gallery from Februrary 3 to 8.
"Mingalabar",a movie welcoming 2006,is on at Thamada Cinema. Famous comedians such as Zagana,Bayluwa and Kinkong starred in the movie.
These fruits are called "Baung Baung Thee". They can be eaten as they are. The fruit which comes into season at this time of the year gives a mixed taste__ sweet and sour.
This year, Pomelos are abundant and cheap in Yangon. A pomelo costs only 500 K.