Passport & 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.

Visa on arrival

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Gate Ways to Myanmar

There are border & air entries into Myanmar. Recently Yangon Int’l airport is the busiest port with foreign travellers around the world. There are 12 Int’l flights operate direct to Yangon from Bangkok, Chiangmai, Singapore , Kuala Lumpur, Hanoi, Hochi Minh, Siam Riep,Gaya, Kolkata,Guangzhou, Kunming and Taipei.


Light, casual wear, preferably cotton is suitable all year round. A cardigan or light jerkin, when visiting northern Myanmar in cold season. Sandals or slippers are convenient , as the dress code for pagodas and monasteries precrive decent apparel ( ie, no shots or pents ) and no footwear.( ie, removal of shoes and socks )


Postal Service- The Yangon Central Post office is open from 9.30am to 4.30pm. Most hotels provide mail boxes and postage stamp are available at the reception counters. Telephone – IDD calls to worldwide, local calls are available at most hotels in major tour sites. Internet/email – avaialble at public service coffee shops & snack bar, as well as most hotels in major tour sites.

Domestic Travelling & Domestic flights

The main tourist centres are located at a distance from Yangon, and it is convenient for visitors to travel by domestic flights. Recently, there are 5 domestic flights operate to major tour sites.

Rail Service

Yangon-Mandalay is the main rail link with four express trains running daily between Yangon and Mandalay. Furnished coaches ( Cherry and Padauk ) for a group of 4 or 8 persons are available. From Thazi on the Yangon-Mandalay line, a branch line runs to Shwenyaung ( the nearest station to Inle Lake ) and to Taunggyi. From Mandalay, there are rail services to Maymyo, Lashio , Monywa and Bagan. There are also rail services from Yangon to Bagan , Naypyitaw_a new capital which operate on alternate days.

Road Transport

Most tourist sites are accessible by road. There are 12 Highway Bus services running between Yangon and Mandalay / Bagan / Maymyo using air-conditioned coaches. Travelling time about 14-15hours with a brief stop at Taungoo and Pyinmana. Limousine taxis and mini-buses are available in tour sites for sightseeing.

Inland Waterways

Myanmar has many rivers and a large delta in which the Inland Water Transport operates a huge fleet of double and triple-decker boats. . A journey on Myanmar’s Irrawaddy River is one of life’s great travel experiences.

The north and western part of the country are very rugged and mountainous. Three parallel chains of mountain ranges run from north to south. They begin from the eastern extremity of the Himalaya to Hka-kabo Razi (5881 meters), the highest peak in South-East Asia. The mountain chains separate the country into three river systems the Ayeyarwaddy, Sittaung and Than-Lwin.