Vision of Myanmar Upper Land | culture & travel
To contribute to the conservation and safeguarding of our traditional, natural and cultural heritage and to share our cultural diversity with those who appreciate and enjoy our way of life and who travel with respect, encouraging them to become ambassadors and repeat visitors to Myanmar.
Mission of Myanmar Upper Land | culture & travel
1. Be professional
Meet and exceed expectations, never compromise on standards and uphold longstanding relationships with suppliers and clients making use of social media, newsletters and personal visits
2. Do the right thing
- Operate with integrity and fairness to gain respect and trust
- Act in a responsible manner to achieve sustainability
- Make a contribution to society by addressing the spiritual, emotional and physical needs of people in the region
3. Be dynamic & creative
- Constantly ‘reinvent’ ourselves and create innovative (travel) ideas
- See ‘problems’ as challenges and opportunities for solutions.
4. Be Team players
Be highly motivated, energetic, knowledgeable and committed. Be supportive of one another ( no tunnel vision!)
5. Keep it personal
Deliver service with a personal touch and contribute to a positive working environment.
Kyaw Myo Ko
Managing Director – Program Coordinating
In 1990, at the outset of this career, Kyaw Myo was involved in setting up the first puppet theater company in Mandalay, Myanmar, known as Mandalay Marionettes Theater, and is still involved in its further development locally and internationally.
He ventured into the field of tourism in Myanmar in 1994 and in 1998 he turned the focus of his works to Myanmar traditional culture. Since then he has travelled extensively, working, on and managing many local and international cultural exchange activities.
From 2008 to the present day, Kyaw Myo has also been working as a local project coordinator undertaking a series of projects to support the Cultural Emergency Response – CER program of The Prince Claus Fund (The Netherlands). The Primary aim of this foundation is to aid artists, related local communities and cultural objects – contemporary or historical – that have been affected by natural disasters in various regions of Myanmar.
In 2009, based on his local and International cultural and travel experiences, Kyaw Myo returned to tourism part time in order to contribute his knowledge of conservation and safeguarding of the traditional, natural and cultural heritage of Myanmar. His aspiration is to share cultural diversity with those who appreciate and enjoy this way of life and who travel with respect, encouraging them to build bridges between people and to be repeat visitors to Myanmar.
Director – Operational Management
Bo Thin started working as a Manager at the Mandalay Marionettes Theater Company in Mandalay on graduating in 1996. After 10 years in the field of local and International traditional culture and after completing Diploma for Business Studies (DBS) in 2006, he entered the field of Myanmar tourism. In 2009, he joined Myanmar Upper Land | culture &travel and gained the Diploma in Tourism Study & Management (DTSM) in 2012.
He is now mentoring, training and supporting MUL’s operation with specific responsibilities for the One day Tour (ODT) Program. Short and long package programs throughout Myanmar are now a part of his everyday working life. He thoroughly enjoys being involved with so many aspects of Myanmar Traditional cultures, and experiencing all it has to offer.