Government has granted visa free entry for Japanese and Korean tourists and visa on arrival for Chinese citizens including Macau and Hong Kong starting from 1st of October 2018. Visitors can stay in Myanmar for 30 days according to Ministry of Hotels and Tourism.

Start Here : Step 1

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Step 1

Choose your Visa and fill in the eVisa Form

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Step 2

Pay via credit card, bank transfer of cash on arrival

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Step 3

Get your visa and approval letter


Myanmar Tourist Visa

Valid for 28 days Processing time: 3 business days

US $70.00
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Myanmar Business Visa

Valid for 70 days Processing time: 1 business days

*excluding gazetted holidays and weekends

US $95.00
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Client’s Comments

My husband and I had the most beautiful experience in your amazing country. We found the visa application straightforward and can't wait to visit again As with most holiday experience s it is the people you meet that make it special. We met some of the most beautiful, kind, happy, people we have ever come across in all our extensive traveling.

Thank you so much for allowing us to experience your beautiful country

Kind regards

Mary & Thomas Cornforth



The process to apply for visa was very easy and website was easy to use. Good experience.

Thanks and regards

Daniel Langner



The service provided went very smooth. The officer assisted me provided all the informations needed and responded on time. Being a first timer in Myanmar with a feeling of nervousness, I feel welcome upon arrival at the airport because of the officer handling a piece of paper with my name.







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