State Counsellor honours World Tourism Day 2020 — Stresses “Tourism and Rural Development”

Let me extend my good wishes and Metta to all the distinguished participants for their good health and well-being. Today’s event is to mark the World Tourism Day, which has been organized by members of the World Tourism Organization every year on 27 September since 40 years ago. I attended the event at the Myanmar...
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TRAVEL ADVISORY (29) Prohibition from gathering thirty or more than thirty people regarding on prevention COVID-19

The Ministry of Hotels and Tourism has been carrying out for sustainable tourism development, and to ensure security, safety, and satisfaction of visitors traveling in Myanmar. According to the current COVID-19 disease outbreak, The Ministry of Health and Sports has issued the order to prohibit from gathering thirty or more than thirty person to curb...
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Travel Advisory (28) Advisory for the domestic travelers and the tourism operators

Nay Pyi Taw, 28th July The Ministry of Hotels and Tourism has been implementing plans for tourism development and plans to ensure security, safety, and convenience of international visitors traveling in Myanmar. After withdrawing the medical examination at the entrance gates of the Regions and States, domestic travelers and foreigners in Myanmar are allowed back...
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Travel Advisory (27) Advice to foreign nationals to be aware of and follow the health care guidelines when visiting Myanmar

Nay Pyi Taw, 21 July 1. The Ministry of Hotels and Tourism has been implementing plans for tourism development and plans to ensure security, safety, and convenience of international visitors traveling in Myanmar.   2. As stated by the National- Level Central Committee for Prevention, Control, and Treatment of Covid-19, it is instructed that foreign...
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Travel Advisory (26) Withdrawing Health Check-ups at City Entrances and Exits

Nay Pyi Taw, July (15) The Ministry of Hotels and Tourism has been implementing plans for tourism development and plans to ensure security, safety, and convenience of international visitors traveling in Myanmar. As stated by the National- Level Central Committee for Prevention, Control, and Treatment of Covid-19, the guideline for withdrawing health check-ups at City...
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VP U Henry Van Thio attends National Tourism Development Central Committee meeting

Vice President U Henry Van Thio, in his capacity as the Chairman of the National Tourism Development Central Committee, addressed 1/2020 meeting of central committee in Nay Pyi Taw yesterday. The Vice President looked around the Training and Education Division, the Digital Marketing Division and the e-Government Office of the Ministry of Hotels and Tourism....
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State Counsellor addresses National Tourism Development Central Committee meeting

I would like to greet all the attendees at the National Tourism Development Central Committee meeting (1/2020) by wishing them good health and happiness. At the committee’s meeting (1/2018) on 3 August 2018, I said that the tourism industry has become a crucial business not only for our country but also for the entire world....
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Myanmar takes part in 32nd Joint Meeting of UNWTO Commission

THE 32nd Joint Meeting of the UNWTO Commission for East Asia and the Pacific and the UNWTO Commission for South Asia (32nd CAP-CSA) was held online on 30 June. Deputy Minister for Hotels and Tourism U Tin Latt, the director-general, the deputy directors-general, the directors, ministers and high-ranking officials from the UNWTO Asia-Pacific Member States,...
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Travel Advisory (25)Travel Advisory Restriction for entering Nay Pyi Taw Council Regions/ States

Nay Pyi Taw, June (23) The Ministry of Hotels and Tourism has been implementing plans for tourism development, and plans to ensure security, safety and convenience of international visitors traveling in Myanmar. Respective Region/State Governments recently issued instructions on restricting foreigners entering their Regions/States to contain COVID 19 pandemic. It is now learnt that except for...
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