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1) UNESCO recognized world heritage ancient archeological sites
2) Varieties of natural landscapes such as Snow capped mountains, Inland Lakes, Dry regions, Unspoiled
beaches, Tropical Rain Forests, Mighty Rivers, World class dive sites, Over 4000 islands.
3) Over 135 ethnic groups living harmoniously.
4) Largest country among mainland ASEAN countries.
5) Rich Natural Resources.
6) over 1000 years old civilization.
7) Rich Cultural heritage.
8) Colonial Architectures
9) Strategically situated between China and India
10) Shortest Sea Route to Europe among ASEAN countries
11) Over 2000 kilometers coastline
12) It's people.
13) Great tolerance towards all religions.
14) Reasonable cost of Living
15) Reasonable cost of labor
16) Exquisite handicrafts
17) Year round seasonal festivals for every month
18) Easy to communicate with locals (English)
19) Gems mining Areas.
20) Large workforce
21) Three different seasons

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Message from Chairman


Warm Greetings from Myanmar!

It is my great pleasure to extend my warm greetings  to all tourism stakeholders from far and

near  and to provide  you with relevant information on Myanmar Tourism Federation (MTF),

highlighting in particular our initiatives and endeavours.

The call for the establishment of MTF to render public private partnership was achieved  on 29th

April 2011  by the then existing three associations in the tourism industry (the Myanmar

Hoteliers Association, the Union of Myanmar Travel Association and the Myanmar Tourism

Marketing),  and currently  we have  11 member associations.

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MTF Office

Myanmar Tourism Federation

No.3A, Corner of Waizayandar Road & Thanthumar Road, Thuwanna,
11071 Yangon, MYANMAR
Tel: +95-1-855 1012, 855 1013
Fax: +95-1-855 1016
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