More than three million tourists visited Myanmar in 2014, which is more than the number predicted by the Hotel and Tourism Ministry.
The ministry expected at least three million tourists to visit in 2014.
“It is slightly more than the estimated number. But we are working to confirm the exact number,” a spokesperson from the ministry said.
Myanmar’s revenue from tourism is expected to have reached US$1 billion in 2014.
Of the more than 3 million visitors, 70 per cent were from Asia, and the rest were from the West, Africa and Middle East.
Meanwhile, the ministry estimates that four to five million tourists will visit in 2015, and it is also planning to expand tourism infrastructure in Bagan, Inlay, Myauk-U and various beaches.