Taw Win Family Co., Ltd

Taw Win Centre

One of the newest and largest additions to the shopping scene in Yangon, it comprises five floors of brand-name shops, clothes, electronics, jewelry, furniture, restaurants, a super market, game centre, 3D Cineplex, promotion & events centre, and much more.

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Taw Win Garden Hotel

A brand new contemporary 4-star hotel group, designed to appeal to the discerning business and leisure travellers that want to get more out of their stay. On the most prominent road in Yangon the Pyay Road, Dagon Township near to city centre …

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Taw Win Construction

Taw Win Construction, a family-owned enterprise launched in 1986, is playing a key role in building Myanmar’s future. As part of its corporate-social-responsibility effort, the company constructed 5,000 low-cost-housing units following the Nargis typhoon in 2008.

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Taw Win Development Foundation

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About Taw Win Family

Taw Win Family Company began its business in 1986. It started out as a family owned company with U Ko Ko Htwe as the Chairman and with his wife Daw Aye Aye Than and his daughters Daw wityi Htwe and Daw Thiri Htwe as the members of the Board of Director. Taw Win Family Company worked in construction sector as its main business.

In Mandalay, Taw Win Family Company buit Mandalay Novotel Hotel, Yandanapone Swimming Pool as well as Thiri Mingalar Housing Complex, the affordable housing units such as Thiri Yeikthar 1 and 2 Kwal Sel Kan parking structure. Also in Yangon, the company built affordable housing complexes, such as Muditar 1, Muditar2 and Thiri Yeikthar Housing Complexes that consist of 6,000 apartments that aimed at enabling the low income families to buy apartments at an affordable price.

Also, the Company built well know buildings, such as Thiri Yeikthar Condominium at 9 Mile and Taw Win Centre. Not only the Company is in the business of constructing lucrative, high-standard buildings, it is concentration on building affordable housing units and complexes that all benefit the people.

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The boom in mobile phones is echoing in the empty spaces of Yangon’s internet cafes, owners say.“Internet users are decreasing at our internet cafe since MPT [Myanma Posts and Telecommunications] released K1500 SIM cards,” said an official at 8 Mile internet cafe.As a result, he said, most of his patrons are gamers. Those who used to drop in to check email and surf the web are now signing up for mobile internet by SMS and keeping up with the world outside on their phones. But some people who log on via their smartphones still drop by when their handheld connections prove too slow, said U Khin Maung Oo, owner of Best Solution in Yankin Township.U Aung Win Thu, owner of Cyber Shine in Yankin township, said if the siren call of handphones continues to lure customers away from his internet cafe, he’ll have to take up another business instead. He said the numbers of both internet users and gamers had dropped by half. Kyaw Myo Htut in Sanchaung township is among those who have turned from cafes to phones.“Once I played games at internet cafés with my friends. Now, I don’t go to the internet cafe because I am using the internet on my mobile phone.”Phone charges aside, he also feels he’s saving money by going online either on his phone or his home PC. “Once if I went to the internet cafe, I lost time and spent more money for food. So I am using the internet at home at present.”As internet access spreads from the hub of the local cafe to the wireless world of homes, restaurants and even on the street, only higher connection speeds offered by cafes continue to lure in customers periodically. “If I want to chat with my friends, I make an appointment with them at night because the internet connection is best at night,” Kyaw Myo Htut said. “If I have to meet with them urgently, I go to internet cafes.”