Myanmar Tourism

When Myanmar recently began opening its doors to the outside world, tourists rushed at the chance to see a country that had not only been closed to them for decades, but that also boasted a rich culture and heritage. The next phase of growth will demand better marketing, improved data collection and facilities capable of offering visitors not only sights, but compelling experiences. Change has already begun, and improvements to ageing infrastructure continue, but with hotel rates dropping to historic lows, the coming years could provide the sector with a difficult but necessary reckoning.

This chapter contains an interview with U Nay Aung, Founder, Oway Group.

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The Report

This chapter is from the Myanmar 2017 report. Explore other chapters from this report.

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U Nay Aung, Founder, Oway Group, on how attracting more visitors will lead to improvements across the industry: Interview

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