Sagaing Region Govt signs with Terrian Co., Ltd for Zalon Hill bus terminal, service facilities

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A photo is taken the picturesque view of Zalon Hill in Bamauk Township.

Sagaing Region government signed an agreement with Terrain Co., Ltd regarding Zalon Hill Khamoe bus terminal, service facilities and hotel services near Khamoe village, Laythi village-tract, Bamauk Township, Katha District, Sagaing Region on 4 March 2022.
“The regional development policies have been laid down and five tourism zones set to enhance the tourism industry in the region. Zalon Hill region and Zalontaung Pagoda in Katha tourism zone attract over 500,000 visitors every year. Pilgrims usually flock to the pagoda. The projects are being implemented to maintain greenery and biodiversity, facilitate the accommodation and transportation, create job opportunities for local residents and improve the socio-economy of the local community. This being so, Bamauk, Katha and Indaw cities will develop simultaneously. Terrain Co., Ltd is urged to follow the standard, rules and regulations, complete the project within the set period and conduct the real-time reporting,” said chief minister U Myat Kyaw.
After the representative of the Terrain Co., Ltd explained matters for the construction projects, the two parties signed an agreement.
Zalon Hill bus terminal will be developed on 31.54 acres of land owned by Bamauk Township development committee under a Build, Operate and Transfer contract and other facilities will be constructed on 23.31 acres of land. Furthermore, hotel and motel projects will be implemented on 10.23 acres of land, including 160 lodges, stalls to sell local products, orchid nursery and other facilities.—Lu Lay/GNLM

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