JICA to lay bilingual direction signs in Bagan

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By Yadana | Photo by Lwin Ko Taik
|travel sector
Dec 2016

Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) will assist authorities to laid direction signs with bilingual in Myanmar’s ancient  city  Bagan to help foreign tourists easy go around in the archeological zone, local newspaper The Voice reported.

U Han Nyunt, second representative of JICA, said the sign boards will be laid in January next year.

“The current direction signs are written in Myanmar. It is good for the local people but the foreigners are not able to know where to go easily. That’s why we will place bilingual direction signs,” U Han Nyunt said.

JICA planned to put the signs at about 50 places and will use wooden boards to reflect the ancient region.

Ref: The Voice

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