Tour group visits Myanmar by motor vehicles, bikes

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Tourists visiting the country by motorbikes to observe its many traditions, customs and lifestyles. Photo: Supplied

A large number of tourists are visiting Myanmar, after entering the country through international and cross-border gateways, to visit Myanmar’s unique natural locations, along with eco-tourism and archaeological sites.
Tourists are arriving by air, sea and road. Moreover, tourists are also coming to Myanmar by motor vehicles, motorbikes and bicycles to observe its many traditions, customs and lifestyles.
A total of 19 Thai citizens visited Myanmar by seven motor vehicles and two motorbikes, after crossing over the Myawady border gate.
Their travel tour was arranged by Khaing Lin Tun Co., Ltd., under the supervision of the Ministry of Hotels and Tourism. Their trips started on 27 July and ended on 6 August. Their travel route included Myawady, Bago, Ngapali, MraukU, Shitthaung, Koe Thaung, Magway, Bagan, Mandalay, Kalaw, Inle, Namsan, Kengtung and Tachilek.
The Thai tourists left the country on 6 August and headed back to Thailand, crossing at the Tachilek border gate.
Moreover, two Swiss citizens visited Myanmar by two motorbikes, after crossing over the Tamu border gate on 8 August. Their travel tour was arranged by Bright View Travels & Tours Co., Ltd., under the supervision of the Ministry of Hotels and Tourism. They also visited significant places from Tamu, Kalay, Monywa, Mandalay, Kyaikto and Myawady. They left the country, heading to Maesot, Thailand through Myawady border gate on 12 August.
Although this is a rainy season, most of the tourists visit Myanmar through border gates using their own vehicles and motorbikes to visit significant regions in Myanmar.

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