Chinese tour companies are looking for ways to attract Chinese tourists to visit Myanmar.
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The Myanmar Hoteliers Association has announced tourist entrance fees in Bagan rose from US$10 to $15 from June 1.
Foreign arrivals have continued to increase, after a record-breaking 2012.
Golden Myanmar Airlines is set to expand its international services, with daily flights to Singapore launching this month.
It’s time for the launch of a new edition of the locally produced Myanmar Hotels and Tourism Guide.
A shortage of hotel rooms, plus widespread overcharging, threaten to damage the long-term future of the country’s tourist industry.
Hilton, Accor and Best Western are all eyeing partners and locations in Yangon, Nay Pyi Taw, Mandalay, Bagan and other locations.
Departure forms for people leaving the country could be on the way out.
Some travel guides are complaining that there are not enough venues around the country where foreign visitors can see traditional cultural shows.
Passengers will soon be able to use the Myanmar Payment Union system to buy online e-tickets from Myanmar Airways International.
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