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With the new change in Myanmar's Parliament, several more areas are set to open to tourism. This is a quick look at ares you can find that are a bit off the beaten track that will be expanded to be hop off points to these new areas planned in Japan's Tourism Master Plan. Pyay, Kyaing Tong, Myitkyina.
An in depth look at Myanmar's legal and regulatory framework for foreign investment in the country's power sector. Points covered in VDBLoi's assessment are: Transaction fees, Consenting and planning, Project documentation, Investment licensing, Taxation and financing.
The newly unveiled 2016 Myanmar Arbitration Law has been released and covers: Arbitration agreement, Composition of the arbitration tribunal, Jurisdiction of the arbitration tribunal, Power of the courts relating to domestic arbitration, Recognition and enforcement of foreign arbitrational awards.
Indawgyi Lake Myanmar's Second Largest Wetlands Ecosystem, few people visit compared to other tourist draws in the country. The ecosystem covers 215 square miles, including a 100sqmi lake and surrounding forest. You start in Mohnyin then by car to Longlone. You can fly to Myitkyina and find your way to Hopan as well to access the nature reserve.
Thickly covered temperate and semi-evergreen forests cover the area along with Shwe Myitsu Pagoda over the lakes waters. Get there fast as this is included in the Japanese Master Tourism Plan for development.
If the transition of parliament seats proceeds smoothly than these amounts will spike upward through the latter part of 2016.
Dr.Muhammad Hanif Director of the Meteorological Department in Islamabad, Pakistan warned citizens and government officials of drastic effects in society if immediate action is not taken to prepare for Global Cooling by 2019. His findings were presented at the 27th Training Course on Climate Change at Capital Development Authority (CDA's) Training Academy.
Today Magazine offers a look at traditional foods in Myanmar along with dining customs in a variety of situations. Religios and social gatherings, weddings, donating food to monks, providing offerings at religious shrines and eating out in town. Well worth a read to avoid social faux-paus while in country.