YWB plans Twantay trip for 3 days starting from 17 Nov, National Day

Yangon Water Bus is running on the Yangon River.

Yangon Water Bus (YWB) stated that they will start a Twantay trip for three consecutive days starting on 17 November (National Day).
It is learnt that they planned the Twantay trip as a special event on National Day. The water bus normally runs only on weekends. The fares will also be reduced from K25,000 to K18,000 for adults and from K15,000 to K12,000 for children. The promotion programme is valid until the end of November.
The journey will start from the Lanthit jetty near Mawtin at 8:30 am on 17, 19 and 20 November. On arrival at Twantay, the passengers will also be ferried to Shwesandaw Pagoda, Phaungtawchoke Pagoda, Snake Pagoda, Twantay Market and the pottery site.
In addition, lunch boxes, purified water, coffee and drinks will be offered during the trip, and those interested can contact 09 400 296 500 to purchase the tickets.
Yangon Water bus which runs on the Yangon River also started its sunset boat trips on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays starting from 5 pm. The fares for adults and kids are K5,000 and K2,000 respectively. The trips to Lanthit and Sapachaung are arranged by YWB between 6:30 am and 6:15 pm every day as well. — TWA/GNLM

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