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Travel Advisory (14) Counseling for the collaboration in the process of medical surveillance for the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) regarding  the International Oceania Cruise Tour to Myanmar

Nay Pyi Taw, 25 February 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 minutes of coordination meeting on the collaboration in the process of medical surveillance for COVID-19 disease during the visit of International...
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TRAVEL ADVISORY – 13

CALLING FOR THE COOPERATION ON PROTECTION AGAINST CORONAVIRUS DISEASE 2019 (COVID-19), ACUTE RESPIRATORY DISEASE Nay Pyi Taw, February 21st The Ministry of Hotels and Tourism has been focusing on developing the Tourism sector in Myanmar and offering safe and secure travel experience to travelers. The Chinese Consular Office in Mandalay informed on 19th February 2020...
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TRAVEL ADVISORY – 12

SUSPENDING THE TRAVEL ARRANGEMENT OF CHINESE VISITORS TO MYANMAR NayPyi Taw, February 19th The Ministry of Hotels and Tourism has been focusing on developing the Tourism sectorin Myanmar andoffering safe and secure travel experience to travelers. Currently, the visa on arrival for the visitors from the People Republic of China have been suspended and the...
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Travel Advisory (11) Notification of the application for the COVID-19 Acute Respiratory Disease Prevention Program

Nay Pyi Taw, 18 February, 2020 The Ministry of Hotels and Tourism is aiming for the long-term development of the hotel and tourism sector in Myanmar and to be a safe and comfortable vacation for all the travelers. In the present, to be the support for the People’s Republic of China 2019 Novel Coronavirus pneumonia...
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Travel Advisory (10) for COVID -19

Postponement of tour operations for both Chinese Visitors to Myanmar and Myanmar Visitors to China Nay Pyi Taw, 2nd February The Ministry of Hotels and Tourism, Myanmar is conducting tourism activities with the aim of sustainable tourism development and safe and secure traveling in Myanmar. Due to the recent outbreak of COVID-19, which is declared...
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Travel Advisory (9) Temporary suspension on Visa on Arrival to Chinese tourists

Nay Pyi Taw, 2 February The Ministry of Hotels and Tourism is serving with the aims of Myanmar tourism sustainable development and to be a safe and comfortable vacation for all the travelers. The travel companies and tour operators serving the Chinese tourists are advised to collaborate as stated by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs...
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Travel Advisory (8) for COVID – 19

Nay Pyi Taw, 27th January Ministry of Hotels and Tourism, Myanmar is performing the duties and responsibilities aiming to enhance the sustainable development of Myanmar Tourism Sector by providing a safe and secure vacation to the visitors. From the time being, COVID-19 started from Wuhan, the People’s Republic of China is spreading in some countries...
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Asia casts positive reflection

Myanmar’s lagging tourism industry has Asian source markets to thank for, as regional arrivals swell on the back of new air connections, writes Marissa Carruthers Just like its neighbours, Myanmar is enjoying swelling interest from Asian tourists, who are helping to fill the arrival gap left behind by weakening longhaul markets. Latest figures from the...
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The way forward

U Ohn Maung Minister of Hotels and Tourism,Myanmar “The Ministry of Hotels and Tourism and private sector associations have been making all-out efforts for the development of Myanmar’s tourism industry. We have been taking part in international and regional tourism shows, hosting travel exhibitions, cooperating with international bodies, assigning tourism ambassadors, distributing leaflets and promotional...
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