MoHT Union Minister meets with hoteliers in Pyay District

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Union Minister Dr Htay Aung poses for documentary photo together with departmental officials, hoteliers and youths and cyclists in Sri Kestra ancient city in Pyay on 29 January.

Union Minister for Hotels and Tourism Dr Htay Aung attended a hotel and tourism sector development meeting held at Mingalar Garden Hotel in Pyay city on 29 January, Bago Region.
At the meeting, the Union Minister instructed the hoteliers to abide by Enchanting Myanmar Health & Safety Protocol to provide safe tourism services, comply with the new normal lifestyle, get back to business in accordance with the health guidelines and ensure the hotel workers to get fully vaccinated.
The tourism industry starts to revive in the current high season. The mass cycling event promoting tourism with sporting activity in Sri Kestra, one of the Pyu ancient cities was held on 30 January, by looking forward to the tourism development and physical fitness of the people. This event is aimed to draw the attentions of the travellers. All the stakeholders in tourism industry including government, hoteliers in Pyay city and residents must exert the concerted efforts to boost the tourism sector as it can help enhance the socio-economy of the residents and thrive tourism related businesses, he added.
Afterwards, U Aung Min, Bago Region Minister for Social Affairs, handed over regional-level COVID-19 safe service certificates to the relevant hoteliers under Enchanting Myanmar Health & Safety Protocol.
Union Minister Dr Htay Aung formally opened the mass cycling event in Sri Kestra yesterday morning.
The cyclists were flagged off in front of Shwebonthamuni Pagoda market and passed Padaung town, Nawade Bridge, Bayintnaung junction, Myothit street, Pyay-Aunglan-Paukkhaung junction and World Heritage stone sign. This 10-mile route ended at Bawbawgyi Pagoda. Approximately 320 cyclists participated in the event. The Advocate General of Bago Region government and officials concerned encouraged the athletes at the World Heritage site. the Union Minister, Bago Region Chief Minister U Myo Swe Win and officials concerend presented the commemorative badge to the each cyclist who completed the route. Furthermore, 20 bicyles were also awarded to lucky draw winners and the athletes aged under 12 received the special prizes as well.—MNA

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