Yangon Water Bus to resume on 6 October to mark its 5th anniversary

m1nlzibf 11
One of the Yangon Water Bus fleet is pictured in the Yangon River.

Yangon Water Bus will resume its operation on 6 October to commemorate its 5th anniversary, according to Yangon Water Bus.
Although it is initially scheduled to resume on 1 October, it will operate from the Lanthit jetty of Latha township at 7 am on 6 October as a commemorative gesture of its fifth anniversary.
Yangon Water Bus will be re-started along the Yangon River on the main routes of Botahtaung, Pansodan, Lanthit, Sapachaung and Arntgyi for the public to enjoy free rides and get the gifts onboard on 6 October.
Yangon Water Bus has run since 6 October 2017 but was temporarily suspended due to many reasons.
When Yangon Water Bus resumes, commuters will receive a one-time Sunset ticket as a gift by showing the application on their phone of KPay, CBPay, AYAPay, A plus pay, and UABPay.
Yangon Water Bus began its operation in October 2017 in the Yangon River. It operated a day trip to Twantay township on weekends. —TWA/GNLM

Share this post
Hot News
Hot News
FD plans to plant 101.54 mln fingerlings nationwide in 2023-2024FY
Sugar price peaks again two months before release of fresh sugar
Kyaikkhami mid-water pagoda’s Buddha Pujaniya Festival set for full moon of Thadingyut
Pilgrims explore No 1831 cave pagoda in Bagan, delving into its architecture, mural paintings
SAC Member holds meeting with Pa-O self-administered zone officials, local community
Vigilance required against powerful nations’ interference through varied means and comprehensive warfare
One-Region One-Product initiative flourishes as grapefruit trees thrive in Machanbaw
MoC aims to elevate production of value-added coconut products
4 October 2023
Seek the best way for peace entire people aspire to