Yangon-Mandalay up train and Mandalay-Yangon down train will depart in the morning instead of evening with effect from 26th September.
Wood apple (feronia elephantum). It tastes sour. When it is served with jaggery, it is delicious.
Limes and green mangoes pickled with garlic and chilli are preserved in oil and spices. The essential dish goes well with rice.
Number of Korean tourists is on the increase in Mandalay. Korean foods are available in Mandalay now.
Boiled sweet potatoes can be found in city centre. Fragrant smell is tempting. One sweet potato costs K100.
China-made cigarette. Shares are reportedly increasing rapidly in this business in Myanmar where number of smokers is said to be high.
This is not a 100-yen shop but a road-side stall which sells goods worth K100.
Comptitive discount rates are being offered for return tickets to Bangkok. A return ticket with one-week time limit is offered at US$ 64 by Thai Airways. One-way ticket is offered at US$19 by Air Asia.
This photo shows kitchenwares from Se Taung village in Sagaing Division. The kitchen wares made of bamboo were on sale at the pagoda festival in Sin Kaing village, Madaya Township.
Bogyoke Aung San Market will be closed on fullmoon days and new moon days during Buddhist Lent. Therefore, it will close 6th and 21st in September. After the lent, it will close on Mondays and gazetted holidays.
These glazed earthen jars are products of Shwe Kun and Shwe Taik village, upper regions of Mandalay. They are transported along Ayeyarwady river. These jars are on sale at the pagoda festival in Sin Kaing. They have been used as house hold utensils since olden days.