The Pegu Club

Yangon: Unique, historic

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An iconic building that evokes a sense of history The Pegu Club in Yangon, Myanmar, was originally established in 1882 by the British. Named after the Pegu, a Burmese river, it has remained an intimate part of Yangon’s history through the years, inspiring famous novels and cocktails.

The club, with 4,990sqm space, is ideal for high teas, cocktails, lunches and dinners. Asian Trails Myanmar, in collaboration with the club, offers these venues for MICE organisers

MEETINGS AND INCENTIVES DETAILS

COUNTRY
DESTINATION
DURATION

1 – 4 hours, all day

NUMBER OF DELEGATES
DRESS CODE

Smart Casual

EVENT LOCATION

Yangon

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An iconic building that evokes a sense of history The Pegu Club in Yangon, Myanmar, was originally established in 1882 by the British. Named after the Pegu, a Burmese river, it has remained an intimate part of Yangon’s history through the years, inspiring famous novels and cocktails.

The club, with 4,990sqm space, is ideal for high teas, cocktails, lunches and dinners. Asian Trails Myanmar, in collaboration with the club, offers these venues for MICE organisers

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