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Upcoming Khiri Travel TV Appearance

January 4, 2013 by Khiri Travel | Filed Under:

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Myanmar in the spotlights on Dutch TV program 3 op Reis.

Khiri Travel Myanmar recently organised a shooting trip for the Dutch travel program 3 op Reis (3 Travels) with presenter Patrick Loddiers. The crew had a great time and even decided to present Myanmar in 5 episodes on Dutch TV – a record for any destination featured in the popular travel program.

If you’re in the Netherlands and want to see the program, tune in to BNN at 19.50 pm on 13 & 20 January, 17 & 24 February, and 3 March.

The crew of 4 persons did a trip including Yangon, Bagan, Mandalay, Kalaw, Inle Lake and Ngapali beach from where they also made a trip to the traditional village of Maung Shwe Lay.

Interested to organise a similar trip? Contact our team in Myanmar [email protected]

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