Go-Myanmar.com reaches out to travel agents

New-look site gets lots of interest from agents as well as FITs
The travel site Go-Myanmar.com has just re-launched with a travel consultant log-in page for the first time, as well as up-to-date information, improved usability and enhanced content and design.
The site, which offers travellers information on travelling in Southeast Asia’s newest tourism destination, is also seeing growing interest from trade partners.
“Because of our popular and wide-ranging Myanmar destination and activities coverage, Go-Myanmar.com gets a lot of interest from agents as well as FITs,” founder Marcus Allender told TTG Asia. “With the new website it made sense to create a dedicated area which provides details on our team, the services we provide, and our strengths as a DMC.”
He added: “Although we are popular with independent travellers, we have done a lot of work with travel consultants too. We know the Myanmar market inside out and we are comfortable with handling large groups and logistically challenging trips, so working with travel consultants is a natural fit.”
Allender added that this included everything from taking hundreds-strong MICE groups to Nay Pyi Taw, to large adventure groups travelling by car or motorbike overland from neighbouring countries.
TTG Asia


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