Apple Tree Asia Hospitality is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Thein Tun, a seasoned hotelier with over fourteen years of operational and sales and marketing experience.
Online PR News – 04-April-2013 – Bagan, Myanmar – Apple Tree Asia Hospitality is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Thein Tun, a seasoned hotelier with over fourteen years of operational and sales and marketing experience. Thein Tun has worked with prestigious management companies such as General Hotel Management (GHM), Chatrium Hotels & Residences and the Shangri-la Group, just to name a few. Known by industry colleagues and friends as TT, he started his hospitality career in 1998. His tenure in hotel operations sharpened his customer service skills, providing him a valuable understanding of how to exceed guest expectations and ensuring a seamless buying experience. TT is passionate about sharing his culture and country with the rest of the world; he believes that Bagan Lodge is the ideal hotel to showcase this.
He says, “Bagan Lodge is more than hotel. It is about the ‘romance of a storied expedition’ which is in essence what Myanmar is all about”
Thein Tun can be contacted at email@example.com or +95 9 4304 0199
For more information about Bagan Lodge, visit the website: www.bagan-lodge.com
About Apple Tree Asia
The Apple Tree Group owns and/or manages hotels and clubs across Vietnam and Laos, including Emeraude Classic Cruises, a replica French colonial-era steam ship that plies the waters of Halong Bay; La Residence Hotel & Spa, is a historic hotel on the banks of the fabled Perfume River overlooking the former Imperial Citadel in Hue, Vietnam; Villa Maly, a classic Laotian residence originally built in 1938 in the heart of Luang Prabang by the grandson of a Lao King; Kamu Lodge, a rustic tented and thatched roofed eco lodge on the shores of the legendary Mekong River, 30 kilometers upstream from Luang Prabang; and the Press Club, founded in 1997 as one of the most distinguished business and culinary addresses in Hanoi, Vietnam.