During our 13 days survey trip in Myanmar, from the heart of Yangon through the newest capital of Myanmar, Naypyidaw, we spotted something quite similar in everywhere we went. Every Burmese wears sandals, men and women, young and old. Burmese people have been wearing sandals since a century ago and the popularity is never fadeContinue reading Sandals and Burmese
To seek astonishing wild animal in Myanmar, we need an expert who can tell us where to find them. Our quest led us to Zoological Garden in Yangon. We had some information about the rarest and the most recent discovered monkey specie that only be visible in Myanmar deep jungle, Snub-nosed monkey. The local researcherContinue reading Taxidermy, Afterlife alive
In Yangon, an ordinary day can be extraordinary, especially on Yangon’s streets. Every street corners are filled with public transportation and personal cars, like moving piece puzzles fitted tightly in narrow roads that share the same identical look with Bangkok’s streets. To maintain Yangon’s road safety, motorcycles are not allowed in the streets, except policeContinue reading Feeding with faith
We’ve traveled a ton of towns in this trip. In every towns no matter how big or small there are, they have their own unique market, especially in Myanmar. Arts, local souvenirs, fresh foods or even late night special recipes, you name it. They have everything to serve your needs. But it’s impossible to excludeContinue reading What does the market matter?
We had an appointment with specific group of people to discuss about “Khon Yodaya” a Myanmar traditional masked play at Phyapon province. The guide told us to leave early because from Yangon it may take about four hours to ride there. Just heard the news made us exhausted. But the shivering cold morning in MyanmarContinue reading Fresh Palm Juice, Burmese way