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Myanmar's Ngapali Beach Gets Uplift Push

Category: Tourism, Posted:11 Jul 2015 | 06:00 am

Nearby Myanmar's emerging beach destination Ngapali is set to get an injection of new flights.
Two Thailand carriers, namely Thai AirAsia and NokAir has received approval to operate services to the facility at Thandwe.
It's expected that this development will create Ngapali as a prime mover in the nation's resort development.
Two issues for the destination though remain limitations in electricity generation and a highly-seasonal trading pattern due to harsh monsoon effects part of the year.

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