- Peninsula group to open hotel in Yangon
- French firm to invest in Myanmar’s tourism industry
- Japanese business travellers flock to Myanmar
- Tourists to Inle region surge 50 percent
- Inle floating market nearly disappearing
- Mandalay to build 20 hotels providing over 1400 rooms
- More passports issued in this summer
- Myanmar starts online tour guide services
- Discovering traditional water festival in Myanmar
- Maungmagan beach packed with visitors
A platform on Mandalay Hill named after a mythical ogress will be transformed into a site for watching sunsets to accommodate the surge in tourists climbing the hill in late afternoons to watch the sun set over the ancient capital, a member of the Mandalay Hill Pagoda Board of Trustees said.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 06 March 2013 20:42
Chin State in western Myanmar is seeing an upsurge in ecotourists due to its rich culture and abundant physical attractions, tour agents say.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 27 February 2013 15:38
Myauk U, also known as Mrauk U, the old city of Rakhine State is supposed to reopen its doors to visitors soon, the Deputy Minister of Hotels and Tourism Tin Shwe said at the Lower House on February 21.
Last Updated on Sunday, 24 February 2013 01:52
A teak monastery in the ancient city of Innwa is now under maintenance to determine if any damages has been done to it from the earthquake last November, according to the Archaeology, National Museum and Library Department.
Last Updated on Monday, 04 March 2013 14:36
Bad roads are the major complaint of tourists visiting the ancient city of Innwa, located about 20 kilometres south of Mandalay, tour guides say.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 19 February 2013 22:40