Over 70% of Rakhine’s tourism businesses resumes operations after disaster

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The photo shows the scene of Ngapali Beach in Thandwe.

Tourism services have recently resumed in Rakhine State despite facing impacts of cyclone Mocha. U Tin Tun Aung, director of Rakhine State Directorate of Hotels and Tourism said that a total of 71 hotels, motels and lodges have been opened and operated. There are 102 hotels, motels and lodges in the entire state of Rakhine, and a total of 51 of 68 hotels and guesthouses are being operated in Ngapali Beach, which attracts a large number of tourists.
Although it is the rainy season at present, many people are visiting Ngapali Beach, and it is known that many people visit Pearl Island during the rainy season. Pearl island is a 20-minute drive from Ngapali Gyeiktaw by motor schooner.
Three-kilometre long Ngapali Beach is located seven miles from Thandwe, in Thandwe District of Rakhine State. — ASH/KZW

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