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The Yangon Good Guide

Khiri Travel Myanmar believes in supporting local entrepreneurs and small businesses building a sustainable livelihood through tourism. Here is our new idea how to do this.

Having our main office located in the city of Yangon, we can see on a daily basis that young and empowered local people start their own businesses in a sustainable way. Sharing our passion for discovery through travel is the essence of what we do at Khiri. We want to share our business opportunities with these likeminded people we see all around us.

With a host of small and medium social enterprises popping up all around Yangon, Khiri Travel Myanmar endeavored to think of a way to better support these young and creative minds in our neighborhood. After putting brains together with the local SME, we created an innovative and practical map to identify local businesses that fit our criteria.

After months of collecting information, talking to business owners and thinking of a nice design, the first maps are now printed. Called “The Yangon Good Guide,” the first edition, featuring 19 different businesses is now available.

For more information about tours and bookings for Yangon and Myanmar, please leave your contact information in the form below.

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