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81/ Hotel Inlay, Nyaung Shwe - Actualized rates 2018
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Lake, the most popular place in Myanmar
Nyaungshwe, the capital of Inlay Lakes, leads the Myanmar tourist map, followed by Bagan-NyaungU, which attracts some 300 overseas travellers every single workingday. About 600 overseas travellers come to Nyaungshwe every single working days to see Inlay Lake, the beloved lakes. Ministry of Hotel and Tourist Services has made concentrated effort to attract the interest of global audiences by setting up tourist and leisure establishments and presenting more tourist attractions.
In Nyaungshwe there are about 90 listed establishments, among them swimming facilities on the lakes. An expatriate has to contribute to increasing the country's exchange revenue by paying 10 US dollars to the city. Each day the land gets over 7.8 million Ks ($6,000) from the city. This year, according to the Department, a number of 121,736 people visited Nyaungshwe, an expansion of 24,745 over the previous year.
By the end of December, the Department anticipates that the number of Nyaungshwe's destinations will exceed 140,000. Most of the attendees come from France, other Europe, the USA, China, Japan and Thailand. You will normally visit the city and the surrounding areas such as Taunggyi, Pindaya and Kalaw.