Commodities for Thidinkyut Festival which will be celebrated on 3rd October for this year are being sold in downtown.
These are dried persimmons ( called Tethee Chauk ) imported from China. It has been sold 50 Kyats per fruit at China Town.
Rainy season has already finished and the clear season begins in Yangon. Although it has been raining for a short period of time, it becomes the pleasant days when the rain stops.
The musical entertainment live show of France classic guitarist "Thibault Cauvin" will be celebrated by the lead of French embassy at Strand Hotel at 18:30 on 26th September. The ticket prices are 3,000 Kyats each for Myanmar and 5,000 Kyats each for foreigners.
Bagan Thiripyitsaya Sanctuary Resort has started with attractive and interesting programs for the guests. The programs which can be involved by themselves such as Myanmar cuisine cooking methods, making lacquer ware and professional photographing have been arranged and it has also planned meditation practice which is taught by Buddhist monks.
Slippers are being produced by using raw materials from reed mat that had been used in Myanmar in the past. These are being sold round about 3,000 Kyats to 4,500 Kyats related with their sizes.
Necklace and hairpin which is made by hand using with the seeds of lead tree that grows uncultivated in Myanmar are being sold.
Shan traditional paper, similar to Japanese traditional Washi paper, has been used for umbrellas and Shan traditional hot air balloons. Now it is decorated with dried leaves and petals for making fans, photo albums, books and beautifying hotel windows.
By the combination of singers and actors, the stage shows, plays and Anyeint shows ( non-dramatic performance where a female artist dances and sings, and is usually supported by comedians) for the disabled will be celebrated from 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM at Royal Lake Park on 13th September 2009. One ticket costs 5,000 Kyats and the sold money will be donated to the fund for the disabled.
You can be enjoyed and satisfied with Koe Kant traditional food at the Kote Fu restaurant. Although its taste is nearly same as Chinese food, it is more sour and hotter. This shop is decorated with traditional style and the business hour is from 8:00 AM to 10:00 PM.
Address: No.24, Baho Road, Corner of Pyi Htaunbg Su Yeik thar Road, Ahlone Township, Yangon.
By Nishigaki Mitsuru