Air Bagan has issued its plan to operate international flights with a new air bus A 300 added recently to its existing fleet.Arrangement are under way to buy another air bus.It will be used for the flights to Bangkok,Singapore,Kumin,Korea and japan.
Rum made from herbs .The rum products is chosen and invited to display at Asean Food and Beverage Exhibition organised by Asean Japan Centre in Tokyo.
photo by Zay Gwat Journal
No17 Dagon Man up train and No18 Mandalay Yangon down train between Yangon and Mandalay will change their name as No33 up train and No34 down train respectively.It leaves at 4:30 and arrive at 19:30.There is no longer special sleeper on the train .
This liquor is made from buck wheat which is grown as opium substitute crops.A new kind of old buck wheat has come out now.
A new Indian resturant Do Meik Swe(oyr friend) has been opened nearYuzana Hotel.Indian dishes, snacks, milk and a wide variety of cold drinks are available there. The owner can speak Japanese.
Calendars for nest year are on sale. They carry a big price tag this year due to sudden increase in the price fo paper.
Live show of Japanese singer and composer Marie was held at Mr.Guiter cafe. She also sang Myanmar song in force-full clear and attractive voice. It was a big hit. The foreign singer has been living in Myanmar for three years.
The biggest flower festival will take place at National Kandawgyi Garden in Pyin Oo Lwin, Mandalay Division from 10th to 22nd December. The event will feature about 500,000 flower plants from home and abroad including 2.4 million flowers. Illustration of figures and flower arrangement will also be displayed.
Thai International Airways will operate flights between Yangon and Bangkok three times a week_ on Monday, Wednesday and Friday_ with effect from October 30. Flight number TG 301 leaves Bangkok at 12:30 and arrives at Yangon at 13:15.
Myanmar teak wood. Teak logs are usually transported along Ayeyarwady river and by trucks.
"Lashio Lay" restaurant is popular in Mandalay. The shop has been extended and renovated.
A sign board seen at a bus-stop. Reading from left; Lashio, Muse, Mogoke, Mandalay.
By Nishigaki Mitsuru