Things to try this Spring at Pun Hlaing Estate
Updated: Mar 31, 2020
Spring is making a very welcome return to Pun Hlaing Estate, and with it comes with copious opportunity to get out and explore the array of exciting activities Pun Hlaing Estate has to offer. There are no better ways to celebrate Spring than spending time at the outdoor pool, improve your golfing at the driving range or exploring the picturesque estate on foot.
So, gather up your friends, family and neighbours to start working your way through our list of things to do in Pun Hlaing Estate this March!
Spring Morning Coffee
Don’t forget to come and join us for the residents’ morning coffee meet up on Sat 21 Mar from 10-11am at Oasis Bistro!
For more information, contact our customer service team for full information!
Spring to the final release of phase one of Lotus Garden villas from Wed-Sun 11-15 March
The final release of phase one of the Lotus Garden is an event you want to spring towards! You will get the chance to personalise and customise aspects of the ready-to-move-in homes.
Reserve your viewing with Mr. Soe Yan Paing at +95 93687800.
Relocating to Yangon this Spring
If you have friends looking for a home in Yangon, we would be happy to show them our serviced apartment or villas.
Contact us +95 1 3687 777 for a private consultation.
Get Tip-sey with the Pro this Spring
The perfect evening out for your friends and neighbours. Tip-sey is held every Tuesdays at 5pm. Taught by Director of Golf Stephen Chick of Pun Hlaing Golf Club and Star City Links (previously known as Pun Hlaing Links), each clinic costs MMK 25,000 net per person & includes two glasses of bubbly.
To reserve a spot, contact Hsu Hsu San at firstname.lastname@example.org. The club will be closed during the Thingyan Water Festival from 13-17 April.
Farewell to Spa Manager Ms. Yapon Sittipornpan
Good colleagues are the kind of people you can rely on, generally, get along with, share a joke or two, and ask for help. Our Spa Manager Ms. Yapon Sittipornpan & known by residents as Khun Su, is definitely all of these. We wish her all the best as she embarks on her next adventure!
Springtime interview with our new Spa Manager Suji Choi
Born in Busan South Korea, a destination known for its beaches, hot springs and nature reserves, it is only natural for Suji to embark on a career that centres on experiential travels, sports travels and wellness travels.
Here’s a short Q&A with Suji:
Q: What attracted you to the spa and wellness industry?
A: I love Spa treatments, so naturally I was drawn to everything Spa including the products and range.
Q: What is your first impression of Oasis Spa?
A: When I first entered the Spa, I felt I have just walked into a botanic garden: flowers, plants, creepers, waterfall and abundance use of wood. I was transported into a different space, that is tranquil and serene.
Q: What might be your favourite Spa products or massages?
A: I have two favourite - Hydro bath with Moya essential oils and massages that relieves body tension through the relaxation of the muscles! In particular, I find the botanical properties of Moya essential oils help increase the oxygen level in the body which in turn makes me feel more energised.
Q: Is there a limit to how many times we can get massages per week?
A: Definitely not! But as a general rule, you can have two super strong massages a week and combine that with other forms of milder massages.
Q: What advice would you give residents and members?
A: Definitely look forward to meeting all our residents and members! No two individual is the same so we would have to discuss the needs on a one-to-one basis.
Ready to relax? Come see Suji and her talented team of massage therapists.
Superfood for Spring, from Veggie Farm to Table
There's a food movement going on at Pun Hlaing Estate: Eat well to look and feel good is hot this Spring. As Chef Pakdee is showing us, this is not about eating food that are good for you but filling up your plate with mouth-watering fare. Speak with our culinary team at Oasis Bistro and Horizons Restaurant to find out what’s instore for you this month.
Spring Sports: Tennis, Soccer, Swimming and Aquarobics
Popular seasonal Spring sports includes soccer, tennis and pool-based sports such as swimming and aquarobics. For schedule of other Spring Sports, contact Country Club for more info.
Pun Hlaing Soccer caters to young aspiring soccer players from 4-12 at the fun field (adjacent to the swimming pool at the club house. Fees starts at US$35 per month, to reserve a spot, contact Coach Shin @ 09893097146.
Zumba for all ages and levels
Zumba is a fantastic workout! Suitable for adults, teens and children of all ages and levels, this class will grab anyone with its high energy and dynamic moves. Contact the country club for information on fees and schedule.
Sailing the Mergui Archipelago
Spring back to the age of discovery. Sail amongst hundreds of jungle-covered islands. Meet the Moken sea nomads. The itineraries range from 4 to 8 days and prices starts from US$1,600 per person. To book, contact Marjolaine at email@example.com.
Give your health a Spring cleaning
As you begin to tidy your cupboards and drawers, you should also think about spring cleaning your health. For health check packages, contact Pun Hlaing Siloam Hospital at +95 1 368 4323.
Curtains & Messy Topknot
This Spring, our inhouse stylist Ko Lin recommends Curtains for men and Messy Topknot with a scrunchie for ladies.
21 years with Pun Hlaing Estate
Join us in congratulating U Thaung Naung (Project Manager M&E) on passing the 21 year mark with the company. His knowledge of the utilities and services at Pun Hlaing Estate is invaluable and after all this time he remains as busy and productive as ever, always with a smile on his face. Thank you U Thaung Naing for the hard work, knowledge and long service.
Going Wild with Jon Skipper
We ❤️ GOING WILD. Get involved!
This month we’ve teamed up with the pupils of Dulwich College who have been extremely busy discovering their favourite wildlife, trees and flowers around their school campus at Pun Hlaing Estate, Yangon.
Stay tuned for our April issue which will be featuring things to do during the Thingyan Water Festival. If you wish to contribute any article, do send them to our editorial team.
See you in April!
The Editorial Team, Pun Hlaing Estate
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