Event Info:

  • Tue 23 October, 2018 - Thu 25 October, 2018
  • 16:00 - 21:00
  • People' Square and Park
  • Supported by EuroCham


Flower Parade in Myanmar is the first and foremost to be celebrated in the country in a standing ovation.

4 pm - 6 pm: Floral vehicles in a procession will take place on the first day of the festival.

7 pm – 9 pm: Entertainments such as orchestral symphony with Myanmar traditional Ensemble in classical style.

Oct 23rd, 24th, 25th: Viewing the floral vehicles at No COST (free) to public  

The presentation in the festival involves not just floral decorations but also the art of floral decorations and the dissemination of floral technology.

A Flower Parade is a parade in which the floats, vehicles, boats, participants, animals and other things are decorated or covered in flowers.

Often there are other elements like marching bands and people in costumes are included. Flower Parade are held in several countries.

Such a festival is called Bloemencorso in the Netherlands. Not just in The Netherlands itself, so festively, held elsewhere are also in Belgium, France, Spain, Italy, Austria, Hungary across Europe; Columbia in South America; and the United States in North America as well as Australia and Ne Zealand. There are only two countries in Asia before. Myanmar has become additional now. In Thailand, it is termed as Chiang Mai Flower Festival and Panagbenga Festival in Philippines.