- Myanmar to allow tourists through Kayin border
- 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
Deep in the historic heartland of Myanmar, Bagan offers a stunning expanse of Buddhist temples and traditional village life
Last Updated on Thursday, 08 November 2012 11:56
Mandalay International Airport has launched visa on arrival service on November 1, but only for business travellers.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 07 November 2012 19:24
Myanmar police force and the Ministry of Home Affairs will form special enforcement unit “Tourist Police” to serve for international visitors’ security and safety, according to the Ministry of Hotels and Tourism.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 07 November 2012 19:32
TadaU hotel zone development in Mandalay will start to attract tourists this month said Myint Aung, chairman of the Myanmar Hoteliers Association Mandalay.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 07 November 2012 18:21
Authorities have prohibited foreign tourists from travelling to Putao last month due to security reasons, sources from the tourism industry say.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 07 November 2012 17:52