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Top 10 Hotels of Myanmar 2018 (with prices)
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What makes Myanmar interesting for international investment?
In October we already took a look at Myanmar's hotel growth opportunities. An expanding economies leads to an improvement in the air lift, which leads to an improvement in the number of tourists and prepares the land for tourist investments. Since last months, Myanmar's hotel and tourist industry has attracted more than $2.687 billion in FDI.
With a share of 3.87 per cent, the area is the 7th most favoured branch for international investors, the Directorate for Capital Expenditure and Corporate Management reports. The management said that 67 full industrial companies in the state had been granted capital expenditures, and the number of companies in such ventures had increased. Visit 300 of your branch at the fourth MR&H in Athens, Greece to see excluding possibilities for investing and developing in the Mediterranean region.
The Eden Group plans to finance two of Myanmar's top tourism resorts Bagan and Inle Lake with an estimate of 130 million dollars as early as 2018 in cooperation with Hilton Worldwide. Kempinski, Amara, Centara, Dusit, Melia, Shangri-La, Tangram, Hilton and Best Western are just some of the companies that have made investments in Myanmar.
By 2015, $2.6 billion in FDI had fallen for the design of hotel and tourist resorts, mainly from Singapore, a member of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). That was a staggering 9,132 rooms in 48 properties, 69 per cent of which (as of October) were completed, 25 per cent under building and 5 per cent approved by the Myanmar Investments Commission.
In January 2017, Myanmar's total investments from 154 petroleum and natural Gas exploration and production facilities totaled $22.4 billion, $20.3 billion from 12 petroleum and natural gas exploration and production facilities, $7.6 billion from 711 industrial processing facilities, $8.12 billion from 44 transportation facilities and $3.8 billion from 39 property developments.