Along with its natural scenery, eco-tourism and archeological sites in Myanmar, there is now culture-based tourism, by which tourists can observe the traditions and cultural mores of ethnic people. With so many options, more and more tourists are visiting Myanmar by air, sea and road. Tourists also visit Myanmar through border gates by vehicles, motorbikes and bicycles.
A Malaysian tour group comprised of ten people visited Myanmar through the Myawady border gate on 14 November in their own vehicles. They visited Myanmar with the arrangement of Kaung Hein Shwe Sin International Co., under the supervision of the Ministry of Hotels and Tourism.
They travelled to Myawady, Taungoo, Bagan, Tamu, Monywa, Mandalay, Yangon, Kyaikto and Myawady. They proceed to Mae Sot, Thailand via the Myawady border gate on 23 November.
A German tour group comprised of 29 people visited Myanmar by air with the arrangement of Interconnection Travel & Tours Co. under the supervision of the Ministry of Hotels and Tourism.
They reached Mandalay International Airport on 21 November.
Using the Paukkan vessel along the Ayeyawady River, they travelled to Mandalay. Bagan, Shwe Pyi Thar, Ranapoe, Monywa, Sagaing, Innwa, Amarapura, Kyaukmyaung, Takaung ,Sinkaing, Katha, Mingun and Mandalay from 11 November to 1 December.