After 5 days in Nay Pyi Taw, we see so much land available in Nay Pyi Taw for development. In Nay Pyi Taw, they had an airport which is funded by the Chinese government. The airport is impressive but like I mentioned in my earlier posts, its not fully operational and currently only serves domestic flights.
Hotel Zone was still developing. If I’m not wrong, there were less than 10 hotels in the hotel zones with a number of them currently under construction.
There are only a handful of tourists attractions such as the Gems Museum and the Uppatasanti Pagoda.
In Myanmar, there isn’t any auto-roaming facilities and therefore, I reckon this is something the government had to work on. The roads are cemented and at the divider, there are watering facilities which will water the plants at specific times. I look forward to more exciting developments in Nay Pyi Taw. This trip had been another eye-opener for me and I’ve learnt quite abit.