Month

May 2019
Nay Pyi Taw, May 31 A special meeting was held in Nay Pyi Tawrecently to discuss and plan the details of a coordinated and sustainable approach to the ChineseMarket. The immense and recent growth in this market needs to be carefully managed for all the parties concerned, including the people of Myanmar. The meeting was...
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By Jaycee Jung Myanmar is known for its culture and diversity, with more than 130 tribes and ethnicities. The country’s many tribes have distinctive cultural identities and even preferred textiles like cotton, silk and other fibres. The moment you walk on the street of Myanmar, you will notice that most of the men and women...
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Puta-O, Northern Myanmar is developing with high speed Puta- O is the northern most town in Myanmar. Situated at the base of the Himalayan Mountain range and close to the highest mountain in Myanmar, Mount Hkakabo Razi at 19296 feet/5881m. Around the town are plentiful natural resources, dense forests where rare species of animals and...
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Inwa is likely to rise in 2019 By Kyaw Htike Soe Inwa Region is located at the confluence of the Ayeyawady River and Dokhtawady River about 2 miles and four furlongs north of TadaU Township and around 20 miles southwest of Mandalay, Myanmar’s second largest cultural city.Inwa is known for hosting several ancient heritages such...
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Nay Pyi Taw, 8th May 2019 One of the major roles of the Ministry of Hotels and Tourism is to provide our visitors with a safe and secure environment whilst they are in our country. This is one of our most important messages– Myanmar is a safe place to visit. Recently Myanmar has seen an...
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