• Myanmar International Convention Center,
    Naypyitaw
  • MICE Tourism
    Naypyitaw, Myanmar
  • Myanmar Software Showcase
    2015
  • Asean Tourism Forum
    2015
  • Asean Tourism Forum
    2015

Myanmar

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Like most of Southeast Asia's countries, Myanmar's people and history is a glorious mishmash of settlers and invaders from all fronts. The Mon and the Pyu are thought to have come from India, while the now dominant Bamar (Burmese) migrated through Tibet and, by 849, had founded a power- ful kingdom centred on Bagan. For the next millennium, the Myanmar empire grew through conquests of Thailand (Ayutthaya) and India (Manipur). More

Naypyitaw

Naypyitaw, Myanmar’s modern, sprawling capital of grand, imposing buildings and expansive highways rises abruptly out of what was once a sleepy rural area. The scenes it provides are often those of quaint juxtapositions; an ox-drawn cart rattling down the shoulder of an eight-lane highway while a motorcade of black government SUVs speeds past is not an unusual sight. With the best MICE facilities in the country, Naypyitaw has became Myanmar's top MICE destination gradually. (Note: Napyitaw is often misspelled as Napyidaw.) 
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First two months of tourist arrival up seven percent

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Hot air ballooning comes to Mrauk U, Ngapali Beach in Myanmar

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