Most foreign nationals require a visa to enter Myanmar. Visa-free travel (for 14 days, or longer in some cases) is permitted for Thailand, Singapore, Vietnam, Philippines, Indonesia, Brunei, Cambodia and Laos passport holders.
Starting on October 1, 2018, citizens from China, Japan, and South Korea are permitted visa-free travel for up to 28 days.
Starting on October 1st, citizens from China, Japan, and South Korea will be permitted visa-free travel for up to 28 days. In addition to getting visas at embassies and consulates, Myanmar has an online e-visa system. It is designed to make the process of application simpler for visitors – particularly those from countries that do not have a Myanmar embassy.
For e-visa applications, go to the official Ministry of Immigration e-visa website. Citizens of 100 countries are eligible for Myanmar e-visas; to see the full list, go here. If you need our assistance for Visa-on-arrival, please email us the attendee’s name and passport number to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.