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Passport and Visa
A valid passport with Entry visa is required
for all tourists & businessmen, applicable at
Myanmar Embassies and Consulate General
Offices abroad. Both Tourist Visa & Business
Visa are valid for 28 days, extendible to 14
days for tourists & 3 months for business.
There are two types of Visa called Visa on
Arrival and EVT . We encourage you to apply
Visa on arrival visa .Please see as follows.
VISA ON ARRIVAL
This Procedure was specially designed for the
tourists who live in the country where there
is no Myanmar Embassy. But now everybody can
apply. How does it work: Tourists send
information necessary to Authorized local
Travel Company and that travel company will do
all the paperwork in Myanmar. Then the company
will send Approval letter which clients have
to show to airlines and immigration officer
when entering Myanmar. The information of the
clients as follows is necessary:
1. Clients full name and Passport numbers.
2. Date of issue and place of issue.
3. Date of expire.
4. Father�s name.
5. Date of Birth and place of birth.
7. Home address.
9. 2 recent photos size photographs.
10. Countries for passport valid.
Visa-on-arrival takes about 10 working days
but sometimes it took 3 days.
here for visa application form
Tourists can apply EVT visa at
Myanmar Embassies & Consulates General offices
worldwide. Please refer to our FAQ for more
Yangon International Airport is located 20 km
from downtown Yangon. The Arrival Terminal is
located separately from the Departure Terminal
and the Domestic Terminal and simplified
procedures ensure that on arrival and
departure, international passengers are
processed quickly through immigration and
A Limousine Service Counter is located in the
Arrival Hall. Major hotels provide transfer
services; and taxis are also available.
Passengers are advised not to use the services
of touts for taxi.
The airport tax is US $10 for international
passengers, payable in FEC (Foreign Exchange
Certificates). There is no airport tax on
Duty Free Shopping
Duty Free shopping facilities are available in
both the Departure and Arrival Halls of Yangon
International airlines maintain offices in
Tourist information is available at the
Arrival Hall of Yangon International Airport;
Head Office in downtown Yangon at 77-91 Sule
Pagoda Road (Tel: 95-1-252859); Bagan Office
(Tel:95062-252859); Mandalay Office (Tel:
95-2-60356, 02-60357) at Mandalay Swan
Hotel; Taunggyi Office (Tel: 95-081-21611,
95-081-21302) at Taunggyi Hotel; Kawthaung
Office; Tachileik Office and Muse Office.
Light, casual wear, preferably cotton is
suitable all year round. A cardigan or light
jerkin, when visiting northern Myanmar in the
cold season and an umbrella during the rainy
season are suggested. Sandals or slippers are
convenient, as the dress code for pagodas and
monasteries prescribe decent apparel and no
footwear (i.e. removal of shoes and socks).
Postal Service - The Yangon Central Post
Office, located at 39, Bo Aung Kyaw Street, is
open from 9:30 am to 4:30 pm., Monday through
Friday. Major hotels provide mail boxes; and
postage stamps are available at the Reception
Telephone - International phone calls can be
made by International Direct Dialing (IDD)
phone or through operators from most hotels in
Yangon, and from some hotels at major tourist
sites. Teledensity is 0.95.
Internet-E-mail - Internet & email access is
possible at Cyber Cafes and some hotels.