Do you know which is the best marathon race in Myanmar? Marathon races in Myanmar are extremely rare and the most notable is the Yoma Yangon International Marathon. The Yoma…
The 2018 OCBC Cycle Speedway Southeast Asia (SEA) Championship eyewitness plenty of drama and suspense, as the budding cyclists from Team Myanmar was crowned victorious in a talent-packed final. Even…
It’s little wonder why Myanmar is widely known as the Golden Land. Her rich, cultural diversity is paralleled with almost any landscape imaginable—from snow-capped mountains to pristine beaches, from extensive…
You know a running event is good if all race categories are sold out! Being the largest running fiesta in Yangon and the city’s only marathon event, the Yoma Yangon Marathon is highly sought after by both local and international runners.
If the Angkor Wat in Cambodia impressed you, then you must visit another attraction that is equal to its magnificence which is the Bagan Archaeological Zone in Myanmar. Today, over 2,000 temples and pagodas still remain in central Myanmar out of the over 10,000 constructed between the 11th and 13th centuries.
The third Yoma Yangon International Marathon will take place on 11 January 2015. Registration for YYIM 2015 is now open till 12 December 2014, so act fast!
Bagan Temple Marathon 2014 Brings You to the Mystical Landscape of 2,000 Temples and Pagodas in Myanmar
Tucked away in central Myanmar, the ancient site of Bagan will be the location of the newest adventure race from Adventure Marathon by Albatros Travel. The second edition of Bagan Temple Marathon will take place on 15 November 2014.
The second edition of Yoma Yangon International Marathon was held on 19th January. It was the country’s largest marathon and Yangon’s only road race, with nearly 3000 runners taking part in the event, which also included the 21km half-marathon and 5km fun run categories.
After a highly-successful inaugural event in early 2013, the Yoma Yangon International Marathon is back. Myanmar’s largest marathon is expected to draw even more runners to the street once again on 19 January 2014.
It’s only 5 days to the 27th Southeast Asian Games in Myanmar! The SEA Games is Southeast Asia’s biggest multi-sport event, involving hundreds of athletes from the 11 countries of ASEAN. With numerous record breaking performances in 2013, hopes are high for a strong Singaporean showing in the athletic categories.