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Discover Suvannabhumi, IAD2017

Posted by on Sep 29, 2017 in News | 0 comments

Discover Suvannabhumi, IAD2017

Discover Suvannabhumi, Welcoming the International Archaeology Day (IAD2017) October 21, 2017 Organized by International Archaeology Day Collaborating Organizations– SST Tourism Research on Suvannabhumi in English brief(pdf) available here. Date: from 16 Oct to 17 Oct 2017 Participant:  10 pax From Yangon ( Including 3 pax from SST, Sayar U San Win and U Hla Thaung, Other 5 pax if they can join , may be from Guide: Daw Khin Khin Kyi and other friends                  : 30 pax from Bee Linn Township from CSO and Young people So, the total about 50 participants for this...

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Irrawaddy Dolphin Watching Guidelines for Tourists and Tourism Operators

Posted by on May 22, 2017 in News | 0 comments

IRRAWADDY DOLPHIN WATCHING GUIDELINES FOR TOURISTS AND TOURISM OPERATORS Seeing Irrawaddy Dolphin and other wildlife in their natural environment can be a trilling and unforgettable experience. The cooperative fishery practiced between Irrawaddy dolphins and cast-net fishermen is a unique phenomenon. It is part of the rich cultural heritage and biodiversity of Myanmar. While watching wildlife, people sometime forget that their presence can have a negative impact on wildlife and their behavior. Just like us, wild animals need space to find food, choose mates, raise young, socialize and...

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New Destinations Ayeyarwady

Posted by on Apr 25, 2016 in News | 0 comments

New Destinations Ayeyarwady

Community Based Tourism on the New Destinations Ayeyarwady River – Hsithe and Myitkangyi The fishermen and women of two traditional fishing villages (Myit Kan Gyi and Hsithe) invite you to come and visit them. The new destinations on the Ayeyarwady will be ready and in operation from November 2016. The development  of the destinations is part of a community-conservation project funded by the UK’s Darwin Initiative. It is a partnership between the Myanmar non-profit organisation ‘Grow Back for Posterity‘ and the UK’s Harrison Institute. The project has also...

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Appreciation from SEATGA

Posted by on Nov 5, 2015 in News | 0 comments

Appreciation from SEATGA

Appreciation from SEATGA (Southeast Asia Tourist Guide Association) Based on experience we had during the trip, we strongly believe the training is much needed and we are very glad SST Tourism had promoting it through the workshops, events etc. Furthermore, SST Tourism have gave a good role model and we are keen to work together with you and your board directors to set up SEATGA office and academy in Myanmar. In future, our focus is more to enhance skills training to relevant areas required. SEATGA cooperation on Community Based Tourism and Heritage Conservation on Internation Archaeology Day...

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Mr. Peace on Spotlight

Posted by on Sep 16, 2015 in News | 0 comments

Mr. Peace on Spotlight

Mr. Peace on Spotlight, Promoting Responsible Tourism Nyein Chan represents peace to many people. He People Power.” does his best every day to live up to this reputation. An admirer of his work says: “Despite the difficult situation in the past years, Nyein never gave up belief in promoting and supporting responsible travel in Myanmar. “He has invested a lot of time and money to keep the ball rolling – and he never wanted any profile for himself. He works in the background, quietly but continuously.” He started Supreme Services Tourism 13 years ago with the co-operation of Tay Za...

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