PyinOoLwin to hold 15th Flower Festival in Dec 2022

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The 14th Flower Festival was convened in PyinOoLwin in 2019.

The flower festival will be held in PyinOoLwin Township of Mandalay Region for the 15th time in December 2022, according to the governing body of National Kandawgyi Botanical Garden.
The flower festival will run for a month from 15 December to 15 January. Various flowers will be displayed at the festival, the Butterfly Museum, the Ingyin (sal tree) Museum, the Fossil Museum and the Orchid Garden. It is planned to hold the market festival selling local products, sweater fabrics, handicrafts and souvenirs, orchid flower competitions, flower decoration contests, photo contests and entertainment programmes.
Although the annual flower festival was held at the National Kandawgyi Botanical Garden in PyinOoLwin Township, the last time it was held was in 2019 due to the local COVID-19 infections. The 2019 Flower Festival added features of a sunflower maze representing Myanmar, a tulip flower display representing the Netherlands, a rose flower display representing the UK and a lily flower display representing Italy.
The flower festival is held to become the famous festival of Myanmar and to be able to enjoy seasonal flowers in one place, as well as to help enhance Myanmar’s flower planting and production business sector. It is said that the purpose of the event is to promote the tourism sector and strengthen the development of the region. — TWA/GNLM

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