The Myanmar Times
Tuesday, 27 January 2015
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

A turning point for Yangon’s heritage

Experts call for heritage law as rapid development of the city and poor state of many of its buildings puts many historical sites at risk.

 

 

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A house with a hint of Italy

A simple roof can make a mundane residence into a truly charming home so if you like Italian accents (like red tiles), this could be the home for you.

 

 

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Prepaid market cools, say property insiders

The steep rise in property prices has paused, say real estate experts, and a slowdown is especially marked in the advance purchase market for apartments under construction.

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Prices shoot up near U Bein

Land prices have shot up near historic U Bein Bridge in Mandalay, and locals are at a loss to say why.

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Tada-U developers start on hotel zone

Large-scale project attempts to overcome difficulties raising funds and acquiring land to build a major project in Mandalay Region.

 

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Winner postponed for Kyaukphyu

The winners for the first stage to build the Kyaukphyu special economic zone will not be announced until February, after management officials had previously targeted December 2014.

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Location key to Kan Street home

Transportation is so important for happy Yangon living. Seeking to reduce time spent in a traffic jam is a major concern for nearly everyone, and unless you’re nocturnal or own a blimp, that boils down to location.

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Undulating view in Golden Valley

This house has a lovely view. Well, many of the houses investigated by House of the Week have a lovely view, but this one was particularly spectacular.

 

 

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