Four Myanmar tourism companies to join ASEAN Tourism Forum 2024

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As opportunity for tourism sector, four tourism companies representing Myanmar will participate in ASEAN Tourism Forum 2024 which will be held on a rotational basis in Laos, said U Naung Naung Han, chair of Myanmar Tourism Entrepreneurs Association.

The ASEAN Tourism Forum annually holds on a rotational basis in 10 ASEAN countries and Laos will host in next year. Indonesia hosted it last year. The event features about 300 booths from 10 member countries.

“Four Myanmar representing companies have registered for participation in the event. In the ASEAN Tourism Forum, ASEAN countries sell their tour packages promotion each other and also invite tourists around the world to come to the whole ASEAN region. US and European travel agencies visit the event. This is an opportunity for the travel sector,” said U Naung Naung Han.

Travel agencies from different countries will visit the event so this is a chance to showcase tours of Myanmar which can be visited, he said.

“Participating in the event is an opportunity to promote our country’s tourism sector. And travel agencies all around the world will come so we have a chance to answer their questions about our country’s current situation and where they can visit,” he said.

In order to promote Myanmar’s travel sector, the Ministry of Hotels and Tourism made visa relaxation and also considers further relaxation. – MT/ZS

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