Sunday, August 28, 2011


Weekend cooking #6 (Burmese conconut noodle)

It is very easy and fast to cook Burmese coconut noodle (အုန္းနုိ.ေခါက္ဆြဲ)။ The main ingredients are  Chicken, chick peas, coconut milk, Noodle.

Step by step
- boil the chick peas until it become thick soup.
- boil the chicken with ginger, salt, seasoning powder until it cooked.
- peel the chicken meat from bone or make it into smaller pieces
- Fry onion put chilli powder, fish sauce then add chicken, peas soup and coconut milk
- Add water and let it boil
- That's it.

It serves with noodle, slice onion and coriander.

If you are living in Singapore, you can have Laksa in most of the food court. Laksa taste is similar to Burmese coconut noodle.

Camera - Canon550D+ Tamron18-270mm

Tuesday, August 23, 2011


Funny Ads in Myanmar

ရုပ္ဆုိးရင္ ၿမန္မာၿပည္မွာ ထမင္းငတ္ဖုိ.သာ ၿပင္ထားေပေတာ့။

Restourant စာလံုးေပါင္းမွားလုိ. ေတာ့ အထင္မေသးလုိက္နဲ. ပုိင္ရွင္က ေဒါက္တာေနာ္။ ဟြန္. း)
Restourant အဓိပၸာယ္ကုိ သိခ်င္ရင္ေတာ့ ေဒါက္တာၾကီးကုိ ပဲ ဖုန္းဆက္ေမးလုိက္ပါ။

Friday, August 19, 2011


Taung Pyone Nat Festival 2011 (ေတာင္ၿပဳံး ပြဲ) #2

Don't you think the fried Crab look so yummy? I didn't try it at that time now the pic make my mouth watering.

Monday, August 15, 2011


Mogok Daw Shan (Shan Food Stall) မုိးကုတ္ ေဒၚရွန္

Now you no need to rush to Mandalay for delicious Shan foods. You can have it on Yangon as well. When I was in Yangon last week, I found out Daw Shan(ေဒၚရွန္) Yangon outlet and gave it a try. I know this still in Mogok and Mandalay but I didn't know it would have new outlet in Yangon. Pricing is reasonable and you can have variety of Shan foods at one place.

Mogok MeeShay taste is the best. They use Mogok noodle and the taste is better than traditional MeeShay available in Mandalay.

Saturday, August 13, 2011


Taung Pyone Nat Festival 2011 (ေတာင္ၿပဳံး ပြဲ) #1

I just returned from Yangon today. Since I was in Myanmar for 2 weeks 30-July to 13-Aug 2011. I tried to visit Taung Byone Nat Festival to get some photos to share. I think it will be very interesting for those who has never experienced Taung Pyone Festival in their life.

It is a very big festival which hold once a year on August at Mandalay. People from all over the country who believe on Nats(spirits) go there to pay respect. That's why Mandalay is very crowded and very hard to buy in and out transportation during early August.

You can read detail of Taung Pyone Festival here. OK let's start my Taung Pyone trip.

I think some accident happened at Taung Byone.

They are GTC students (Government Technological College) returning home.

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