Since the political opening of Myanmar in 2010, the country is rapidly turning into a major magnet for tourists, keen to discover one of the last great destinations in Asia. Myanmar is blessed with an incredibly rich culture and beautiful landscapes. Decades of isolation have in fact helped to preserve most of the country’s rich history. But, at the same time, these decades have left the country with a collapsing infrastructure. Some progress has already been seen but it will take a while before Myanmar offers standard roads, good means of communications, international standard hotels or proper airports facilities. This means that although most of the country is now opened to travellers, some areas are still very difficult to reach. A tourism master plan was formulated in 2012. It identifies five priority areas for tourism development: Yangon, the former capital city; Nay Pyi Daw, the new capital; Mandalay, a historical city and its surroundings; the historical site of Bagan with over 2,000 temples and stupas; and Inle Lake, a freshwater lake located in Shan State and one of the country’s most stunning eco-tourism destination. With improving infrastructure, Myanmar is certain to turn into an attractive MICE destination before the end of the decade.