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Burma Boating Expand Fleet

Category: Tourism, Posted:09 Aug 2014 | 06:00 am

Myanmar's Mergui Archipelago which is north of Phuket is increasingly on the international radar.
Burma Boating which kicked off operations in 2013 has recently expanded its fleet with four classic yachts.
One of the key cultural aspects of the area are the Moken or sea gypsies which is a common cultural group seen in Myanmar and Southern Thailand's coastline.
Currently there are an estimated 800 islands in the Mergui Archipelago which are open to foreigners.

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