December 16, 2016

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Overland tourist visits increasing

Myanmar has seen an increase in number of tourists taking  sightseeing trips by car, motorcycle and bicycle.
Myanmar has seen an increase in number of tourists taking sightseeing trips by car, motorcycle and bicycle.

Myanmar has seen a dramatic surge in the number of tourists taking sightseeing around the country  trips by car, motorcycle and bicycle, according to the Ministry of Hotels and Tourism.
On 1 December, 20 Chinese tourists entered the country in five cars through Muse, a border  town in Shan State, and toured Mandalay Region, Yangon Region, Mon State and Shan State. They  visited ancient cities and famous pagodas and left for Thailand via Myawady on 10 December.
On 5 December, 12 tourists from six countries arrived in Tamu, Sagaing Region, on nine  motorbikes and visited Sagaing Region, Mandalay Region, Shan State, Rakhine State and Mon State.
They left for Thailand via Myawady on 20 December.
On 13 December, two Australians visited Tamu and proceeded to Sagaing and Mandalay regions  and Mon State. They left for Thailand on 19 December.
On 16 December, six tourists from India entered the country via Myawady and toured Mon  State, Mandalay Region and Sagaing Region. They returned to India on 18 December.

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