- 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
Tourists can now see Irrawaddy dolphins in the Ayeyarwady River near Mingun town as a group of the rare and endangered species has migrated into the area in Sagaing Region, according to Irrawaddy Dolphin Protection.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 05 February 2013 16:23
Local residents and government officials are urging Myanmar tour guides to be more sensitive to national culture and set good examples to foreign visitors, especially when visiting Buddhist temples.
Last Updated on Saturday, 02 February 2013 10:21
The Ministry of Culture will soon seek tenders from private firms to renovate Mandalay Palace and the moat around it to make them more attractive to tourists, an official with the Archaeology, National Museum and Library Department said.
Last Updated on Saturday, 26 January 2013 09:45
The terraces of five more of Bagan’s more than 2,200 ancient temples have been opened for visitors to watch sunsets and sunrises over the historic area, an official from the Department of Archaeology said.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 29 January 2013 20:44
Once off-limits to tourists, the administrative capital Nay Pyi Taw is now being marketed as a destination for international travelers, the Ministry of Hotels and Tourism said.
Last Updated on Thursday, 24 January 2013 16:15