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Myanmar, Yangon, 4th July, 2019: Chatrium Hotel Royal Lake Yangon is delighted to announce the appointment of Mr. Pichai Saithip as the new Japanese Head Chef of our award-winning Kohaku Japanese Restaurant. With his all-new expanded menu selection diners are sure to experience a refreshingly new gastronomic journey underpinned by the exceptional taste of authentic Japanese cuisine.
Chatrium Hotel Royal Lake Yangon is delighted to reveal that it has been recognized for its excellence by HolidayCheck, one of Europe’s largest hotel review websites.
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Chatrium Hotel Royal Lake Yangon is excited to announce the launch of its amazing new gift voucher promotion, which will enable you and your loved ones to indulge in remarkable dining experiences at all of our exquisite restaurants. Available through https://www.chatrium.com/chatrium/royallakeyangon
Chatrium Hotel Royal Lake Yangon is excited to be launching the Chatrium Privilege Program, the elite key to experience a world of luxurious indulgence with remarkable moments for our loyal guests, on 1st April, 2019 in the Grand Ballroom at 06:30 PM. Chatrium Privilege Myanmar, the loyalty program of Chatrium Hotel Royal Lake Yangon, is designed to recognize and reward our most valuable guests for their loyalty and trust in us.
We are delighted and honored to announce that Chatrium Hotel Royal Lake Yangon is once again participating in the Earth Hour 2019 “Lights-off Event”.
A joyous parade led by a team of drummers and musicians starts the Kathein ceremony, held at the end of the rainy season between the full moons of October and November. Lay people follow the musicians with Kathein trees that are decorated with Myanmar currency pinned into sticks, and move through the city collecting alms. On arrival at the temple, the Buddhist monks are presented with yellow robes and the alms are donated to the temple.
Daw May Myat Mon Win has worked in the hotel industry for nearly 25 years. She started her career as a secretary at the Summit Parkview hotel, and worked her way up the ranks to become not only the first Myanmar General Manager of Chatrium Hotel, but also the first Myanmar woman to reach this level at any of the country’s five-star hotels. Which is no mean feat!