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  • At the Excelsior

    We speak to Helen & Win of the Excelsior Yangon about their journey to working in Yangon's hippest hotel.
  • Smiles at the Savoy

    We sit down with two employees working in hospitality and talk to them about travelling through Myanmar.
  • Ko Zaw Min Soe

    Meeting Ko Zaw Min Soe, trishaw driver in Dala, asking him about tourists and tourism.
  • Third Story Project

    We speak to Rhi Rhi about her work creating books for Myanmar children addressing peace, tolerance, and diversity.
  • Sam the Man

    Speaking with Dawei's first tour guide about what is on offer on the Tanintharyi coast and his projections for the future of Myanmar tourism.
  • In Conversation at Root

    Speaking to the ladies who set up Yangon's first Wa Restaurant & Cocktail Bar.
  • In Conversation at Sanon

    Sampan talk to Sanon, a social enterprise helping Myanmar youth into the catering and hospitality sector.
  • Sitting down with Aung Ko Ko

    Speaking about sustainability with the General Manager of the first hotel in Myanmar to be awarded Travelife Certification.
  • Axiao of Pansuriya

    Axiao of Pansuriya talks to us about his restaurant's evolution from photograph gallery to Yangon's cultural hub.
  • Sai Kenneth of the Shan Hills

    One of Sampan's favourite guides talks about sustainable tourism and the hidden 'Little Switzerland' of Shan State.
  • Cho Lei of Tree Food

    Cho Lei Aung of Tree Food on jaggery, and other forgotten, precious things of Myanmar.
  • Ma Khin of LinkAge

    Ma Khin is the director of the Forever Organisation and LinkAge restaurant which houses, supports and trains marginalised youth in Yangon.