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T---visa expands services to Myanmar and Cambodia
« on: April 10, 2012, 06:16:02 PM »
BANGKOK: --, the leading English language social networking website about Thailand, is expanding its operations to other countries in South-East Asia.

"We are now expanding into Myanmar and Cambodia", says Barry Main, marketing director of Bangkok-based T---visa Expat Group Co., Ltd who is upbeat about the new opportunities.

"We have carefully studied internet traffic trends and we see a sharp rise in search traffic and interest about our neighbor Myanmar", says Barry Main. "We believe it's pretty easy for us to get a good market share of forum traffic regarding Myanmar as we are good at retaining visitors coming in from the global search traffic. Thaivisa's intention is to become the market leader in Myanmar as well", says Barry Main.

"We have the logistics and infrastructure ready in the framework (we already have cloud hosting, support, marketing, sales and administration), and we are happy to announce the soft launch today of Myanmar Forum,
located at ".

"This is just a start with the basics like general forum, news, visa forum, business and economy forum etc, as many of our visitors are searching for and inquiring about visa issues, business inquiries, hotel bookings and information about travel and lodgings in Myanmar.

Together with our travel partners and news providers, we are certain that we will be able to provide a complete service for Myanmar in the same manner that made so successful regarding Thailand related content. We are also looking for new service providers who are willing to work with us", says Barry Main.

Thaivisa is also entering the Cambodia market later this month with a similar concept. is the largest expatriate website in the world with more than 45,000 unique visitors per day, serving more than 6 million page views per month, according to and Google Analytics.
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