Myanmar builds more resorts to boost tourism industry.
Monday, 19th October 2009
Source : HVS International
Myanmar has witnessed the development of more international resort hotels to attract foreign travellers to the country and boost tourism development.

The Andaman Club, a travel and tour company, is expected to develop a US$3.5 million resort hotel, named St Luke's Beach Resort Hotel, in New Palau Ganchar Beach on St Luke's Island in the Andaman Sea.

Another company, Amata Hotel Group, is also expected to develop an upscale hotel located in Myeik Archipelago, the southernmost part of Myanmar. Additionally, accessibility to Ngwe Saung Beach located at Myanmar's southwestern Ayeyawaddy division is anticipated to be facilitated by a proposed airport project.

This is envisaged to shorten the travelling time from Yangon, the former capital of Myanmar, to a short flight compared to a three-hour drive from Yangon.

Upon completion of the airport, Ngwe Saung Beach will become the second beach to be accessible by air after Ngapali. According to tourism statistics, Myanmar's tourist arrivals for the fiscal year 2008–09, which ended in March, exceeded approximately 255,000.

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