via Coconuts Yangon, 19 January 2018:
via The Irrawaddy, 14 December 2017:
via Myanmar Times, 08 December 2017:
via Khmer Times, 21 November 2017: Plans to create direct flights between Bagan and Angkor
Cambodia and Myanmar sign a memorandum of understanding to promote tourism.
via The Irrawaddy, 20 November 2017: Plans are being made, but negotiations with specific hotels have not yet begun.
via DVB, 11 November 2017:
via The Irrawaddy, 20 October 2017: Shwesandaw Pagoda, one of the two remaining temples upon to the public for sunset viewing is now closed, after a terrace of the pagoda collapsed following rains.
via Myanmar Times, 29 September 2017: Myanmar has just submitted its application to put Bagan as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Bagan on way to UNESCO listing as world heritage site
Finally, after 22 years, Myanmar submitted an application for Bagan – the heart of Myanmar – to join UNESCO’s world heritage list in September.
Since it first started the procedure in 1994-5, Myanmar is applying to include Bagan on UNESCO’s list for the first time.
via Eleven Myanmar (via The Nation), 26 September 2017: Myanmar’s tourism industry is taking a hit and many hotels in Bagan are fearing the worst
HOTELS in Bagan, in the heart of Myanmar’s main zone for ancient monuments, are not expected to be profitable this year, following the decline in tourist arrivals, according to Zaw Weik, chairman of Myanmar Hoteliers Association (Bagan Zone) and managing director of U Zaw Travels & Tours.
via Xinhua, 25 September 2017:
Germany will help Myanmar renovate the Manuha Cave Temple in Bagan ancient heritage zone in Mandalay region, said a report of the official Global New Light of Myanmar on Monday.
Manuha Temple is one of the oldest temples in the Bagan cultural zone.
The repair work will begin in January 2018 with the use of German technology, an official of the Department of Archaeology and National Museum was quoted as saying.