September 23, 2017

Japanese business hotel opens in Yangon

A 12-storey business hotel with 76 rooms opened in Yangon with the aim of providing Japanese style services to its customers. At the opening ceremony yesterday, U Soe Min, Yangon Region’s Minister for Agriculture and Livestock Breeding, encouraged more Japanese investment to help boost Myanmar’s economy.  U Ye Htut, chairman of Shin Ye Htut Group, said, “Japan’s largest companies are showing interest in Thilawa Special Economic Zone project, while some Japanese businesspersons wish to invest in mini hotels, restaurants, and travel and construction businesses.” “We are ready to link with those who want to invest in such businesses,” said U Ye Htut. Super Hotel Co Ltd Chairman Mr Takao Yamamura said that environmental sustainability will play an important role in the development of Myanmar’s growing tourism industry. The ministry of hotels and tourism is targeting five million international tourists to visit Myanmar this year.  Currently, there are 321 hotels which have more than 15,000 rooms in Yangon.  Shin Ye Htut Super Hotel is located on Kaba Aye Pagoda Road in Mayangon Township.—Khin Maung Htwe
Shin Ye Htut Super Hotel. Photo: Ko Ko Zaw

A 12-storey business hotel with 76 rooms opened in Yangon with the aim of providing Japanese style services to its customers.
At the opening ceremony yesterday, U Soe Min, Yangon Region’s Minister for Agriculture and Livestock Breeding, encouraged more Japanese investment to help boost Myanmar’s economy.
U Ye Htut, chairman of Shin Ye Htut Group, said, “Japan’s largest companies are showing interest in Thilawa Special Economic Zone project, while some Japanese businesspersons wish to invest in mini hotels, restaurants, and travel and construction businesses.”
“We are ready to link with those who want to invest in such businesses,” said U Ye Htut.
Super Hotel Co Ltd Chairman Mr Takao Yamamura said that environmental sustainability will play an important role in the development of Myanmar’s growing tourism industry.
The ministry of hotels and tourism is targeting five million international tourists to visit Myanmar this year.
Currently, there are 321 hotels which have more than 15,000 rooms in Yangon.
Shin Ye Htut Super Hotel is located on Kaba Aye Pagoda Road in Mayangon Township.

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