A Sneak Peak Inside Myanmar Plaza
November , 2015

HAGL Myanmar Centre is expected to open the Myanmar Plaza, the first part of the $440 million project in early December. Myanmar Centre is located at the heart of Yangon, not far from Yangon International Airport and Downtown, at the intersection of Kabar Aye Pagoda Road and No.1 Industrial Road.

Myanmar Plaza will welcome shoppers to enjoy a range of shops, restaurants and more, including some brands that have never been seen in Myanmar before, such as Gloria Jean’s Coffee from Australia.

The five-storey Myanmar Plaza is anchored by two department stores, Blazon and MK, where shoppers can find a range of international brands, accessories and clothing items. Additionally, several high-end brands will be opening their first outlets in the country, including Chopard, Zegna and Furla. HAGL touts Myanmar Plaza as the first international retail experience in Myanmar. Myanmar Plaza has also confirmed a two thousand square metre outlet of high-end grocer Market Place, home appliance and electronics flagship stores, 10 lifestyle shops and 37 beauty and fashion shops offering more than 100 brands.

HAGL said Myanmar Plaza will have the Largest food court in Myanmar. The four thousand square metre food court will offer 31 cafes, fast food, fine dining, and teashops, and will be the largest in Myanmar by far. Two new bars and lounges, designed with Singapore and Japanese concepts, will open on the garden rooftop with a view of the Inya Lake

HAGL hopes Myanmar Plaza to become not only a shopping center but also a destination for anyone to hang out and socialize with friends.

While it appears that Myanmar Plaza’s Everyone in Yangon can now look forward to December, when the shops will begin to operate and Myanmar Plaza will host many exciting community events for everyone to enjoy. shoppers have the something to be excited about, retail tenants and local businesses also enjoy a variety of benefits, such as the largest promotion hall (inside and outside) for businesses to hold events for consumers

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