Loading cover... Drag cover to reposition
Event Information
Event Title:
Event Date / Time:
Event Description:
Kandawgyi, at the heart of Yangon, serves not only recreation purposes. The lake, artificial, plays an important role in the water management of the downtown Yangon area, for example in the provision of drinking water. The natural scene of the lake water and large shady trees also are crucial in protecting the urban area from flooding.
Experience and learn more about the different roles of Kandawgyi lake, by joining us on a new Water Walking Tour around Kandawgyi Lake on Sunday 27th of January, 2019. The tour will be led with an experienced host:
Dr Piet Filet – water management expert from Brisbane, Australia

During this Water Walking Tour we take around the beautiful Kandawgyi Lake, passing along the north side of the lake to the U HtaungBo Point. We walk together and along the way, we explore the different functions that the ‘great royal lake’ has to downtown Yangon.
Afterwards, we move to Signature Restaurant, for a light snack/lunch and short presentations on the lake. Water management expert Dr Piet Filet will give you a short introduction on the concept of building resilience, sharing ideas and vision for the managing the water function of Kandawgyi Lake.
Meet new people and make new connections while you learn more on this iconic place. The Kandawgyi lake tour is an interesting fun tour for everyone interested.

Inclusions: Burmese and English speaking guide/expert on water management, light snack.
Starting point: Japan Embassy, Kandawgyi Lake. After the tour we have a short presentation in Signature Restaurant.
Cost: 5000 MMK per person
Date: Sunday 27th of January, 2019
Time: 9.00 AM – 12:00 PM

Min: 5 persons, maximum 20 persons. As long as the minimum amount of persons are joining, the tour is guaranteed to start.
To book your spot on this tour, please let us know you are coming through this form. Please call/email us if you have any questions: +959 972075502 or send an email to [email protected]
Unable to load tooltip content.