Nay Pyi Taw to hold Walking Thingyan in four zones

During the 2023 Myanmar traditional Thingyan Festival, the Nay Pyi Taw Walking Thingyan will be held in a grandeur and more thronged manner so that the employees, employees’ families, and the public in Nay Pyi Taw can celebrate happily.
Starting from Thingyan Akyo Day, Nay Pyi Taw Walking Thingyan will be held near the Nay Pyi Taw Mayor Maha Thingyan Pavilion on Pyinmana-Taungnyo Road to the intersection of Sipin guesthouse Road and will be held with the aim of making everyone delighted with friendship and cheerfulness.
Four zones have been set to make it unique and magnificent during the Walking Thingyan.
Thanaka Thingyan is included in Zone 1 and Ethnic Thingyan in Zone 2.
International-level beauty and entertainment programmes are included in Zone 3 and youth game Thingyan programmes for youth and children are arranged in Zone 4, said Business Development Director Daw Su Myat Lwin from Brilliant Aura Co Ltd.
“Thanaka Thingyan is a very special programme. It will be the first of its kind. Thanaka will be applied on the face so that it can be enjoyed. Ethnic Thingyan Zone will showcase ethnic cultures. In the game zone, there are modern colour parties and playing areas, as well as foam parties and a lot of game programmes.
“If you come to visit, we have included all aspects so that you will not be bored,” she added.

For the successful celebration of Nay Pyi Taw Walking Thingyan, various sectors are working, and almost 90 per cent of the work preparations has been completed.
It is prepared with care to make not only young people but also adults happy and relaxed.
On Thingyan Akyo Day, the Nay Pyi Taw Walking Thingyan will be open in the morning, and there will be more unique and innovative programmes in the afternoon.
“Starting Thingyan Akya Day, we will launch Walking Thingyan at 9 am. After a break at noon, there will be entertainment programmes and other programmes from 3 pm to 7 pm. Visitors will also play games. In addition, we must be able to enjoy our favourite foods in the shops.
“We will also be able to enjoy the snack donation pavilions, and we will also be able to watch entertainment programmes,” Business Development Director Daw Su Myat Lwin continued.
In addition, the Walking Thingyan has been prepared in a modern way so that the visitors can have fun at an international level.
The entrance fee is K3,000 each for adults and K1,000 each for children.
“After paying the entrance fee, you will be given wristbands for international events. These wristbands also have Day 1, Day 2, and Day 3. After purchasing the Day 1 entrance fee wristband, you can play the whole day. There will be water skiing which is a fun programme for adults and children.
“There will also be parties where you can play with soap powder foam. At the colourful party, DJ music and colourful powder spraying are planned for young people to have fun. An additional 150-foot adults-only water ski has been added.
“There will also be a soft play area for children. There will also be a large swimming pool that both young and old can play in, so I think it will be a new and fun event.
“Also, I would like to remind you not to bring dangerous weapons during the Walking Thingyan. Please refrain from bringing in outside food, demoralizing each other, and excessively consumption of alcohol.
“I want everyone to be free and happy. When you visit this Walking Thingyan, you will have international-class toys and food all in one place.
“For children, I would like to invite them to imagine the meaning of Thingyan together with their families. Recreation places have been arranged for them. I would like to invite you to visit because I believe it will be a fun and classy event for all,” Daw Su Myat Lwin added. In order to make Nay Pyi Taw Walking Thingyan more packed with revellers, there will be music performances by famous actors/actresses and singers at the traditional Myanmar Thingyan pandals and the traditional Ethnic Thingyan pandals.
Visitors will be able to enjoy the beauty of the dance groups from the ministries and have fun splashing in the water by enjoying food at the food donation pavilions. — Aung Ye Thwin, Aye Aye Thant/KZL

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