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Show the passport and the electronic visa we sent you, upon arrival in Myanmar.
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Yes, everyone needs a valid visa to enter Myanmar as it is mandatory.
The business visa has a total cost of 99 €/USD, including fees and processing.
The duration of the stay in the country depends on the type of visa you have. There is the tourist visa, which allows you to stay for 28 days in the country, and the business visa which allows you to stay for 70 days.
You are not required to have any mandatory vaccines to enter Myanmar.
The validity of the visa is 90 days starting from its date of approval.
You will have to fill in the form on our website to complete your visa application for Myanmar, and have a recent photograph and your passport in order to complete all the required information.
Once you submit your application, the waiting time for approval is usually 24/48 hours.
All countries that are not exempt from visa requirements must have a valid visa to visit Myanmar. We advise you to apply for your visa at least 15 days before your trip and you can use our eligibility checker to see if you need one.
Myanmar visa, formerly Burma, is applied for 100% online. This visa is valid for 90 days from the date of issue and allows a single entry to the country for a tourist stay of up to 28 days or a business stay of up to 70 days.
The only people exempted from applying for a visa to travel to the country are those nationals of Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam. All other nationalities must apply for a visa before entering Myanmar.
If you have lied or omitted relevant information that could jeopardise the security of the country, the immigration authorities can refuse your entry, even if you have an approved visa. The government always has the final say and reserves the right to admission.