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Edwin Briels Ends Partnership with Khiri Travel Myanmar

Khiri Travel Myanmar has confirmed that its joint venture partner in Myanmar, Edwin Briels, has stepped back from the partnership after nine years.

Since 2011, Khiri Travel Myanmar has been a joint venture between Briels, Aung Min Thein and Khiri Travel Ltd.

Prior to COVID19, the company had more than 30 staff and in 2019 handled over 3000 visitors.

Steps leading up to Uppātasanti Pagoda in Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar. Picture by Steven Howard of TravelNewsAsia.com Click to enlarge.
Khiri Travel CEO Herman Hoven said that the company would ensure that any bookings tour operators and clients have with Khiri will be fulfilled, or postponed due to the ongoing global COVID19 pandemic without cost penalty, should this be needed.

“Khiri Travel Myanmar is very much open, ready and looking forward to once again delivering signature Myanmar experiences to travellers when international travel returns,” said Hoven. “We wish Edwin all the best. We will continue to work with him on occasional projects. We thank him for a terrific nine years and wish him every success in his new ventures.”

Khiri Travel in Myanmar will now adjust internally while continuing to provide a full range of DMC services in the country.

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Source : Travel News Asia

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