Please make sure you have valid passport and visa.
The listed countries are offered a 14 day visa exemption when travelling to Myanmar for tourism.
- Thailand (by air only)
Passport holders of Japan / Korea / Hong Kong / Macau / Singapore are offered a 30 day visa exemption for tourism. For more information, please visit www.evisa.moip.gov.mm.
Business visitors to Myanmar can apply for single entry and multiple entry visa. Those visas will require an invitation from a registered company or Government body of Myanmar with the description of the purpose of the visit. For more information, please visit www.evisa.moip.gov.mm and www.myanmarvisa.org/business-visa.html.
Visa on Arrival
Those who have goods to declare should use the Passenger’s Declaration Form. For more information related to declaration guide lines please refer to www.myanmarcustoms.gov.mm.
For the security of the country, your baggage will be inspected by the X-ray after customs.
Pets travelling or accompanying passengers must provide a health certificate (not more than 7 days old) at the Airport Government Animal Quarantine Office for inspection. Pets must be vaccinated for rabies at least 30 days prior to arrival. Animal feed products must be declared for inspection. If any harmful feed product is found, it shall be destroyed.
Plant products are prohibited and it is required to declare these on the Import Certificate and Phytosanitary Certificate (included are: seeds, bulbs, cut flowers, fresh fruit and vegetables) at the Airport Government Plant Quarantine Office. For more information refer to http://ppdmyanmar.org.