Submitted by Eleven on Thu, 12/22/2016 - 18:38
Submitted by Eleven on Wed, 12/21/2016 - 16:53
More than 40,000 tourists visited Myanmar from the Tachilek border crossing according to the Ministry of Hotels and Tourism.
Submitted by Eleven on Sat, 12/17/2016 - 18:10
Government representatives and the tourism development committee at Ngayoatkaung beach in Ngapudaw Township, Ayeyarwady Region, has met MPs to plan a scheme to boost visitor numbers.
The main obstacles faced in tourism development were limited accommodation for foreigners, reliable electricity and transport, according to Win Soe from the tourism committee.
"Vehicles cannot reach one resort and no visitors come although it has many attractions,” said Win Soe.
Submitted by Eleven on Fri, 12/02/2016 - 05:08
More than 1,000 tourists per day are already visiting Taungthaman Lake and U Pain Bridge, which are tourist destinations in the Mandalay Region, according to the Taungthaman Boat Association.
Since the beginning of October, tourist arrivals rose rapidly to between 1,000 and 1,200 per day at Taungthaman Lake and U Pain Bridge.
Submitted by Eleven on Mon, 11/28/2016 - 19:04
Nyaungshwe Township in southern Shan State will spend about K200 million to open a grand night market early next year as a tourist attraction as well as for regional development, according to Myanmar Restaurant Owners Association (Inlay Zone).
Submitted by Eleven on Sun, 11/27/2016 - 13:37
More than 150,000 Chinese citizens visited Laukkai, Chinshwehaw and Kokang in Shan State by the end of October this year, said Aung Thet Tun, deputy director for northern Shan State from the Ministry of Hotels and Tourism.
The number was expected to rise next year, he said.
Around 61,700 Chinese citizens visited Laukkai, 25,000 Chinshwehaw and 71,700 Kokang, according to the government.
In 2015, around 97,000 Chinese citizens visited the three areas with 31,000 heading to Laukkai, 25,000 to Chinshwehaw and 41,100 to Kokang.
Submitted by ttwin on Fri, 10/28/2016 - 13:50
ONE in 10 of all tourism investment dollars is forecast to go into Asean countries over the next decade, according to new research by the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC).
The council said investment spending would be dominated (95 per cent) by five major destinations – Thailand, Singapore, Vietnam, Indonesia, and Malaysia – which together accounted for over 80 per cent of Asean’s international arrivals and tourism contribution to gross domestic product.
Submitted by Eleven on Sun, 09/04/2016 - 15:19
Bagan welcomed 160,000 visitors as of August, 8 per cent more than during the same period last year, according to a press conference held by the Myanmar Tourism Federation
Submitted by Eleven on Tue, 08/30/2016 - 18:11
A recent statement released by the Ministry of Hotels and Tourism sets multiple guidelines for tourist visiting Bagan, Myanmar’s well-known cultural heritage site and tourism hotspot.
The statement instructs tourists not to enter any closed-off buildings, not to approach damaged structures, not to pick up any pieces of the buildings from the ground, not to touch murals and not to get in the way of archeologists and renovation professionals.
Submitted by phochan on Thu, 08/11/2016 - 15:46
Chinese officials from Yunnan province's management committee for cross-border economic cooperation