Myanmar coast gets luxury development

Hotel is part of $17 million yacht club development

 

 

Luxury accommodation will arrive on the previously isolated west coast of Myanmar when an exclusive resort gets a soft opening within the Ngwe Saung Yacht Club and Marina Development in December, ahead of a full launch slated for 2014.

Part of the $17 million development commissioned by Moe Myint, president of the country’s yachting federation, the hotel is located at Bu Kway Gyi village on Ngwe Saung beach.

As well as the soft opening, Michael Schaible, the yacht club’s general manager says the club will be a hosting location for the 2013 SEA Games’ sailing and windsurfing events next month.

Ngwe Saung Yacht Club and Marina Development includes a yacht club and luxury hotel for 34 bungalows and 100 rooms in total, plus a “premium tent area” for budget travellers.

The clubhouse will feature an all-day dining restaurant, private dining rooms, indoor and outdoor bars, boardrooms, a spa and fitness centre and Ngwe Saung very first nightclub.

TTG Asia

[photo courtesy Myanmar Ministry of Hotels and Tourism]

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