Number of pilgrims to Bodh Gaya to rise in Tazaungdine period

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Flocks of Myanmar pilgrims seen in pilgrimage to Bodh Gaya in India.

There were many tickets booking to the trip of Bodh Gaya, India in Tazaungdine period, according to the Myanmar Tourism Federation.
About 500 to 700 pilgrims are scheduled to go on these trips per week, and pilgrims who have already purchased tickets for the trips that will be released on 4 and 6 November.
Myanmar National Airlines has been planning the Yangon-Bodh Gaya route and it will be start on 4 November. Furthermore, Union Minister for Transportation and Communications Admiral Tin Aung San and the Nepalese Ambassador discussed arrangements for a direct flight between Nay Pyi Taw, Yangon and Mandalay international airports and Lumbini International Airport, expansion of the route of Lumbini-Gaya-Yangon/Mandalay/Nay Pyi Taw flights based on the tourism business, signing of new agreements for aviation services, bilateral exportation of domestic products and cooperation in inland water transport in Nepal.—TWA/GNLM

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