Myanmar to restart domestic tourism from Q3


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  • Saturday, 20 Jun 2020

Traditional dancers wait to perform at the Rakhine State Investment Fair at Ngapali beach in Thandwe, Rakhine, Myanmar. Myanmar is expecting to restart domestic tourism in the third quarter of this year as a first phase for the country's tourism recovery under the Covid-19 (coronavirus) Tourism Relief Plan. - Reuters

YANGON (Xinhua): Myanmar is expecting to restart domestic tourism in the third quarter of this year as a first phase for the country's tourism recovery under the Covid-19 (coronavirus) Tourism Relief Plan, an official from the Ministry of Hotels and Tourism told Xinhua on Saturday (June 20).

Under the Covid-19 Tourism Relief Plan recently launched by the ministry, domestic tourism will resume soon to help 20 to 25 per cent of the tourism sector recover.

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