Tourism

New beaches explored in Ayeyawady Region

HINTHADA- The government is now exploring untouched beaches in Ayeyawady Region with the aim to bolster the booming tourism industry.
 
At present, the development of tourism industry has given first priority to the Gaw Yan Gyi Island and Shwe Thaung Yan Beach.
 

Over 1,600 foreign tourists arrive in Mandalay just after three days of visa exemption

More than 1,600 foreign tourists entered Mandalay through Mandalay International Airport within three days after visa exemptions had been granted for some countries outside of ASEAN

Myanmar plans to ease visa restrictions for western visitors

Ministry of Hotel and Tourism is planning to ease visa restrictions for western tourists, on top of the recent move to make visa options easy

Over 4,700 foreign tourists visit Kyaikhtiyo ancient cultural zone last month

More than 4,700 foreign tourists visited Kyaikhtiyo ancient cultural zone located on the platform of historic Kyaikhtiyo Pagoda in Kyaikhto Township, Mon State, in September, accordi

YIA holds welcome ceremony to visa free tourists

 

Myanmar to ease visa restrictions for Japan, South Korea, China, Hong Kong, Macao on Oct 1

Myanmar will ease visa restrictions for foreign tourists from Japan, South Korea, China, Hong Kong and Macao holding ordinary passports by setting a one-year trial period from October 1 this year to September 2019, according to a pres

Myawaddy tourism industry affects due to high rise in fuel prices

 

Govt. plans to attract more tourists through Maw Taung gate

 

Tourist Guides Association to ease shortages of tour guides

Myanmar Tourist Guides Association will render necessary assistance basing off on five points, if there are any tour guides shortages in the Ministry of Hotels and Tourism's ultimate effort to increase the number of i

Mogok allows foreign tourists only visit with car on assigned roads

MANDALAY- Even though foreign tourists are allowed to visit Mogok Township, Mandalay Region, officially, they can only visit with vehicles on the roads assigned by the authorities, according to the sources.
 
Government officially allowed foreign tourists to visit “Ruby Land” Mogok Township since the beginning of August.
 
In the past, foreign tourists were allowed to travel to Mogok Township only with the permission of Ministry of Home Affairs and Ministry of Defence.