China-Myanmar tourism exchange and cooperation will lead to common development in catering, hotel business and others on both sides, said an official with the Myanmar Ministry of Hotels and Tourism, while conveying welcome to the arrival of the Chinese tourism delegation.
He added that improving transport facilities will inject new vigor to bilateral tourism cooperation.
During the exchange in Yangon, another Myanmar tourism official said China is the second largest tourist source for Myanmar tourism after Thailand.
Yangon is Myanmar's largest city and economic hub. Shwedagon Pagoda, Bogyoke Aung San Market and Inlay Lake are attractions to Chinese tourists in Yangon.
Nine Chinese tourism companies presented themselves at the exchanges, including Beijing Health Link and Yunnan Wind-Line Ride Club.