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Food and drink: Sprouts, Yangon

Located along Yaw Min Gyi Street, approximately 1km away from the Park Royal Hotel, the recently opened Sprouts has quickly positioned itself as one of the healthiest dining options in town. Assuming that you will be walking from the Park Royal, you will find the entrance to Sprouts tucked away on the right hand side in […]


Food and drink: Haru, Yangon

Located on the outskirts of Golden Valley, Haru is a recent addition to Yangon’s popular yakiniku bbq scene. The term yakiniku translates as ‘grilled meat’ in Japanese and whilst this doesn’t apply to all restaurants, it usually means that you will order the meat from a menu and cook it yourself using a gas or charcoal griddle. […]


Myanmar in Focus: Moeyungyi

‘Myanmar in Focus’ is a new section of the Tour Mandalay website, dedicated to documenting images captured by our Myanmar Specialists in the field. Hopefully this will help you to keep abreast of what’s going on, whilst providing ideas and inspiration for your future travel plans. Our first destination is Moeyungyi, a water storage facility built by the British […]


Food and drink: Shwe Sa Bwe, Yangon

Located on the north side of Inya Lake, just off Parami Road, Shwe Sa Bwe is the perfect dining option for anyone looking to get a taste of Yangon’s fine dining scene in a not so pretentious environment. Founded by Francois Stoupan in early 2013, Shwe Sa Bwe is a hotel and restaurant training center which aims […]


News: Tour Mandalay to attend ITB (4th – 8th March)

Tour Mandalay are scheduled to attend ITB Berlin from the 4th – 8th March. If you happen to be around, be sure to pop over and say hello. If we’ve not had the chance already, it would be great to meet you in person and have a quick chinwag about Myanmar – you can find […]


An unforgettable self-guided tour of Yangon

It’s no secret that Yangon is known by many, including its locals, as being a noisy, chaotic city, notorious for its traffic jams and construction. As more tourists and international businesses flock to the old capital, it is likely that these problems are only going to intensify – this coupled with increased time restrictions are causing travellers to have […]

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