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6 Reasons to Visit Myanmar on Your Next Vacation Post COVID-19

Myanmar is a secret tucked away in the heart of Southeast Asia with its wonders waiting for travelers to take notice. If you are more interested in visiting a serene and scenic destination in a commercial tourist hub, then Myanmar is your answer. As people around the world regain their confidence to travel in both …

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Travelife Partner sustainability award for Myanmar Upper Land | culture & travel Amsterdam, October 4, 2019. The Travelife Partner award was received today by Myanmar Upper Land | culture & travel. The award is a recognition for the long-term efforts and frontrunner position of Myanmar Upper Land | culture & travel regarding sustainability and Corporate …

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Myanmar to hold ethnics culture festival early next year

Myanmar will hold an ethnics culture and tourism promotion festival in Yangon in January next year to promote ethnic nationalities’ traditional culture and their products, Myanmar News Agency reported Monday. The festival, scheduled for Jan. 25 to 29, will be supervised by the Myanmar Ethnic Entrepreneurs Association (MEEA). Minister of Ethnic Affairs Nai Thet Lwin …

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Bagan to start using e-ticket entrance fee system Monday

The government will begin collecting entrance fees to the ancient Bagan heritage zone using an e-ticket system starting on Monday, according to the Bagan Archaeology and National Museum Department. The new system is being installed by Shin Than Thu Co Ltd, a public company that won the tender earlier this month, U Aung Aung Kyaw, …

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Ministry seeks to put a little magic in tourism

Myanmar has launched a new tourism campaign, “Myanmar, Be Enchanted,” in a bid to attract more visitors to the country amid a boycott by westerners over the crisis in northern Rakhine State. Hotels and Tourism Minister U Ohn Maung launched “Myanmar, Be Enchanted” on Saturday to highlight the country’s ancient mystical charms. The new slogan …

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Foreign tourists allowed visiting in Ruby Land

The government officially allowed foreign tourists to visit “Ruby Land” Mogok Township, Mandalay Region since the beginning of August, says MP Saw Thaung Tin from No.2 Constituency in Mogok Township. The foreign tourists were banned from visiting to Mogok Township since the beginning of ex-government to incumbent government time. However, the Mandalay Region Government Committee …

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