Hotels, guesthouses Bagan-NyaungU prepare to reopen

Mandalay Region government has permitted twenty hotels and one guesthouse to reopen n Bagan-NyaungU.  Photo: Kyaw Min Oo (Yenangyaung)

Mandalay region government has permitted twenty hotels and one guesthouse to reopen after meeting the prescribed requirements set by the Ministry of Health and Sports. These hotels and guesthouses in Bagan-Nyaung U suspended their operations when viral infection broke out, said Deputy Director U Win Aung of the Directorate of Hotels and Tourism (Bagan office).
“The owners of hotels and guesthouses officially submitted a proposal to our department to resume their businesses. In this case, our department is cooperating with the district health department to issue instructions to the hotels and guesthouses to check whether they conform with the rules adopted by the Ministry of Health and Sports. Then, we made a list of the hotels and guesthouses that follow the rules and submitted the list to the related General Administration Department and the regional government. When we received a reply from the regional government, we give the green light to the hotels and the guesthouses to reopen. As of today, we have permitted 20 hotels and one guesthouse to reopen. Currently, four hotels and four guesthouses have sought permission to reopen,” he added.
Bagan-NyaungU region has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and always packed with the local and foreign travellers. The businesses in Bagan-NyaungU region are arranging to provide better service after they have permitted to run their operation again. —Kyaw Min Oo (Yenangyaung)
(Translated by Hay Mar)

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