Health and Safety
Myanmar announces Strategic Roadmap for Tourism Recovery. The announcement was made by H.E. U Ohn Maung, Union Minister of Ministry of Hotels and Tourism in Nay Pyi Taw on 9th June, providing guidelines for implementation.
The Roadmap includes:
The Reopening Phase which will be short term and aimed to be implemented in June, July and August with Standard operating procedure (SOP) required for the health and safety of travelers and staff.
The Re-launching Phase which will be implemented within six months to a year and includes launching new marketing campaign and a long-term plan of reinventing Myanmar tourism. The government plans to create “travel bubbles” through bilateral agreements with Thailand, Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam when the country reopened.
The Ministry together with tourism stakeholders of different sectors are developing SOPs for Airports (International and domestic), Accommodation, Transportation and Food Sector. All travelling procedures shall be conducted accordingly.
In order to deliver the best and safe services to our clients, we have put specific measures in place to ensure the safety of our employees and our guests. On a daily basis, we are working to ensure that we meet the latest guidance on hygiene and cleaning.
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Staff Training and Protocol
Our staff members have been briefed about the nature and severity of COVID-19 and related viruses to ensure the safety of themselves and our guests.
Cleaning and disinfecting procedures
We use cleaning products and protocols which are effective against viruses in all areas accessible to staff and guests. This applies to all areas including guest rooms, public areas, dining areas and staff quarters.
Our check-in procedure may include specific health and safety protocols such as completing a health questionnaire, having temperature taken and sanitising of hands.
Food and Dining
We prepare and serve food and beverages in a clean and safe manner. We have adapted our dining facilities and protocol to promote social distancing and minimise human contact.
Vehicles and Shuttles
Our vehicles are sanitised on a regular basis. We may limit the number of passengers per journey and require the use of PPE by all passengers during transfers.
We have adopted an in-house laundry protocol to ensure the efficient disinfecting of bedding, re-useable face masks and garments.