Nordic tour operator breaks into Myanmar

TUI Nordic works with Asian DMC to create new tours

Scandinavian tour operator TUI Nordic is working together with Exotissimo Travel, a prominent DMC in Asia based in Bangkok, to offer travel experiences previously unheard of in Myanmar.
TUI Nordic will manage hotel contracts so that regions such as Ngapali are opened up to an audience that may not have previously considered Myanmar for a holiday. Ngapali Beach is a seaside destination on the Bay of Bengal, accessible from Yangon.
Exotissimo Travel describes Myanmar as “blessed with stretches of untouched coastline” and “home to some of Asia’s most beautiful yet unvisited beaches”. Tours to experience more of the country, such as the ancient capital of Mandalay and interaction with local people, can be arranged.
eGlobal Travel Media
[pictured: Ngapali Beach; photo by Marc Sievert, courtesy]


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