Domestic travel is opening up but there are still restrictions and limitations and we are eagerly waiting for things to come under control so we can get out and experience Myanmar soon again!
Meanwhile, check out some inspiration:
- In Your City – Yangon, Mandalay, NayPyiTaw
- Nearby your City – Yangon, Mandalay, NayPyiTaw
- Across Myanmar – TravelMyanmar
If you are looking for a mandatory flight within these days for work, study, or returning to your home country, here is a guide to travelling abroad conveniently.
Myanmar Government has now issued its Myanmar Tourism Strategic Recovery Roadmap (MTSRR). Based on the previous Tourism Master Plan (2013-2020), the MTSRR is a response to COVID-19 and aligned with UNWTO Global Guidelines to Restart Tourism. The Roadmap will integrate and expand the new six-pillar Tourism Master Plan outline, and all State and Regional Tourism Committees (RTCs) will develop their own State and Regional Master Plans to reflect the actions in the MTSRR.
Ngapali beach is now open for Travellers and you don't have to stay in quarantine. There are, however, some conditions visitors have to follow to protect themselves and others from the pandemic.
Myanmar has many astonishing destinations for travel and some you just must visit and see for yourself to believe them. Here are our tips on 10 Destinations in Myanmar That Feel Out of This World.
For 2021 AYA SOMPO Insurance (AYA SOMPO) and Oway Pte Ltd, have entered into a collaboration aimed at making domestic and international travel a lot safer for Myanmar citizens.
Only 5 hours’ drive from Yangon, Pyay is the ideal weekend getaway. It’s not just home to Myanmar’s other UNESCO world heritage site but a destination in its own right, with many activities beyond the ancient cities. Here are eight highlights worth getting out of the car for.