Although arrival visa for entry of Myanmar country could be taken since 1st May 2010, it will need to apply entry visa according to former procedures in the beginning of 1st September 2010. It is informed that time taken for applying visa is 2-4 weeks so they should be applied in advance at the concerning Myanmar embassies.
Air Asia airline which were run Yangon-Bangkok route 2 times a day since July 2010 announced it will reduced from 2 times to one time per day on 1st September 2010 and that will run in the evening.
At the FTTX which was held on 20-23 August, household and daily used products, home decoration materials which is important for life, hand sets, safety boxes, goods for interior decoration, light truck which is practically suitable for business and photos of apartments were displayed.
Stage show of seven most popular female singers in Myanmar is to be held at the National theater on August 21.The ticket prices are 7,000, 10,000, 15,000 kyats each. The singers are Htun Eaindrabo, Phyu Phyu Kyaw Thein, Chan Chan, Sandi Myint Lwin, Nan Su Yadi Soe, Athin Cho Swe, N Kaira.
'Ayeyawaddy bank' one of the new private banks in Myanmar has been launched in Naypyidaw. It is planning to open 10 branches in the country under the management of Max Myanmar Co.,Ltd. Computing system is used for quick arrangement of money transfers.
Photo by Myanmar Time Journal
There are emerging new shopping centers in Yangon. A cinema hall is built in the Junction Mawtin shopping mall which is planned to be opened in September 2010.
Baby Fair was hold from July 29 to August 11 at City Mart Supermarket. The daily-use product for baby and clothes for baby and children have been selling.
The Serenity Grade Hotel form Bagan turns the shuttle bus into before-war style bus and decorated with lacquer-ware.
On 1st August, the recital of pianist Mr. Victor Goldberg is held at Inya Lake Hotel under the auspices of Israel Embassy. He has been turning around China, Philippines and Thailand as a tourist and has arrived Yangon for his performance. The hall is practically full with audience.