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The Memories Group makes its first takeover in Myeik with increasing tourism-interest.
Serge Pun, CEO of the Singapore Memories Group, has acquired the Burma Floating yacht boutique in Myeik, Tanintharyi Region, for K1.3 billion from Tint Tint Travel and Tours and Freepier. This is the first takeover for Memories Group since its listing on the Singapore Stock Exchange in January and is the first stage in its strategic development of a diverse Myanmar tourist industry show.
With a turnover of approximately $1 million last year, Burma Boating is a well-known luxurious boat rental business founded in 2014 on the Myeik Archipelago in the south of Myanmar. After the takeover the Memories Group will now take over the Burma Boating Meta IV Yachts flag ship, the Burma Boating trademark as well as already existent partnership, agreements and booking.
"The takeover of Burma Boating is an exciting occasion for Memories Group to expand its expertise and expand its Myanmar tourist footprint," Mr. Pun said in a declaration. Situated in the Andaman Sea, the Myeik Archipelago is made up of more than 800 archipelagos of various shapes and is known for its pristine naturalness.
This area was designated by the Myanmar authorities last year as the third travel region after Bagan and Inle. It is important that the authorities have also taken measures to increase accessibility to Myeik, which is about 17 hours by car or 1.5 hours by plane from Yangon. Meanwhile, Myanmar and Thailand are also plotting to build a highway connecting Thailand with Tanintharyi across the Htee Khee boarder.
Myeik has attracted more interest from tourists since then and the number of travellers' attractions has increased. In addition to its own boat, Burma Boating also works with seven other boatbuilders, six of whom are classical sailboats and one historical powerboat to provide charter services.
Prices for an entire vessel begin at $2,000 per overnight for a 3-cabin yachts to $7,200 per overnight for a 6-cabin yachts. Also other tour organizers were actively. For example, Elegant Myanmar Travel, which offers diving package deals on the Mergui Princess Cruise from Kawthaung, has expanded its operations to Dawei.
Myanmar-based United International Group, owners and operators of Amata Hotel, will open two properties on Bo Yar Nyunt Iceland and Lar lsland in Myeik this year. Both new Myeik properties will have 20 and 30 rooms respectively, U Win Aung, Group CEO of United International Group, said to The Myanmar Times in January.
The International Finance Corporation (IFC) is also due to lend a hand in the building of the two properties. IFC now supports the Tanintharyi and Tanintharyi Developments Comittee. With the chairmanship of Mr Pun, the EESC supports the improvement of Myeik's infrastructures and the promotion of sustainability in MYEIK. In order to satisfy the growing need for inexpensive accommodations from local travellers in the area, especially during the holidays, the local government will also offer overnight accommodations in the villages of Don Nyaung Mhaing in Myeik, Ma Kyone Galet Salone in Kawthaung and San Hlan in Dawei.
"A 10-room edifice will be erected in April in the town of San Hlan off Thingyan. After its success, our second goal would be the Don Nyaung Mhaing community in Myeik," said U Nyo Aye, hotel and tourism department manager of the Tanintharyi region, Myanmar Times. With this in mind, U Phyo Wai Yarzar, CEO of travel agent Diethelm Travel, expects Myeik to become a flourishing travel location in three years.
"We' re going to offer Myeik more packages," he said. The Ministry of Hotel and Tourism reported that in January there were 39 establishments with 1,525 rooms in the Tanintharyi area. In 2017, almost 350,000 foreigners came from the area, most of whom crossed the Thai frontier.