Tender to setup Ecological Resort at Lampi Marine Botanical National Garden, Waralae Island, Mergui Archipelago. Closing Date: 30th May, 2014

Ministry of Environmental Conservation and Forestry

Forest Department
Invitation for Proposed Tender to set up Nature Based Resort

lampi island, mergui archipelago

1. Local and foreign investors are invited to submit the tender proposal for bidding the Waralae Island (Area=3920 Acres), the land area owned by Ministry of Environmental Conservation and Forestry with the long-term land-lease system, located at Lampi Marine Botanical National Garden, Bote Pyin Township, Tanintharyi Region for the aim of the development of Nature Based Tourism Business.

2. For the above tender, the submission proposal sample that described terms and conditions, procedures and facts is available Kyat 10,000 per set during from 25-4-2014 to 23-5-2014 at Office No(39), Forest Department, Nay Pyi Taw.

3. The land at Waralae Island shall be leased with B.O.T system and the tender proposals with tender bidding price must submit to the office no (39), forest department, Nay Pyi Taw not later than 30-5-2014, 12:00 pm.

4. The detailed information can be enquired during office hours contacting to ph: 067-405002, 405397.

Forest Department

Source: Ministry of Environmental Conservation and Forestry

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