Hanoi, Vietnam, July 26, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- Since Myanmar opened to international travel, the country has welcomed an ever-increasing number of visitors coming to discover its enchanting culture and history with thousands of temples and shrines scattered over the kingdom. Since 2016, ASIA DMC Myanmar has seen an increase in guest arrivals but an overall decrease since 2017, which results in a declined livelihood of local staff and ground support. To turn things around, ASIA DMC Myanmar shall continue to touch on a variety of different aspects and interests that this country has to offer guests. Furthermore, the local team have secured a multi-faceted promotional campaign to attract guests and educate its trade partners to make informed decisions to help promote the destination.
Starting with its trade partners, a Fam trip for Australian and New Zealand agents will be hosted in September, and for any agents not privy to this trip, the DMC offers private self – fam programs for individual agents (and companions) to travel at well reduced industry rate from now through to September and throughout low season in 2019.
Guests adventurous enough to visit the untouched tourist regions will also enjoy a series of new resorts being planned for the pristine beach locations of the Mergui Archipelago. For example, Wa Ale Eco Lodge will start to welcome guests from October 2018, featuring 11 Luxury Tented Beach Villas and nine Treetop Villas on the pristine Wa Ale Island. In addition, the Memories Group is creating Awei Pila, a stunning 26-room luxury beachfront eco-resort, which has planned to welcome its first guests in November 2018.
According to Myanmar Ministry of Hotels and Tourism, as of March 2018, there were 1,628 hotels and guesthouses with 65,470 rooms across the country. More properties by major firms are scheduled to open their doors this year and many existing hotels and resorts, such as the Belmond Governor’s Residence in Yangon, offer incredible discounts for guests touring during the high season (November – March) to further encourage travel. “There is plenty of improved travel infrastructure and as much opportunity to experience luxury travel as there is to immerse yourself in the country’s rustic charms, or to delve into its spirituality,” says ASIA DMC’s Group MD, Linh Le.
“Through our original Spirit of Travel philosophy, ASIA DMC will continue to introduce guests to a diverse collection of sustainable and authentic experiences in Myanmar, showcasing the very best of what this captivating country has to offer,” commented Gerben Bloemendaal, Managing Director of ASIA DMC Myanmar. In order to bring this magical country closer to travellers, ASIA DMC has also created a wellness retreat hosted by world-renowned wellness practitioners with daily meditation and yoga practices as well as treks, experiences and engagement with the local community. With offers for trade, media and also substantial benefits for guests, ASIA DMC continues to support the livelihood of the Myanmar people within its own control and touring terrain.
About ASIA DMC:
ASIA DMC is an international award winning Destination Management Company (DMC) specialising in Southeast Asia and solely dedicated to B2B trade. Founded in 1997 in Hanoi where the company is headquartered, ASIA DMC welcomes guests to Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Thailand, Myanmar and Indonesia where it operates offices led by highly experienced international and local native-speaking professionals. International guests from around the world include agency clients from the UK, Europe, USA, Asia and Australia and New Zealand, making ASIA DMC a continental service provider for global businesses ranging from special interest groups, set departure groups and tailor-made trips for high-end experiential and independent private travel