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|Visa Type||Visa Cost||Processing Fee||Number of Entries||Processing Time|
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Service Fee USD 25.00
Number of Entries Single
Processing Time 12 hours
Visa Cost USD 70.00
Service Fee USD 35.00
Number of Entries Single
Processing Time 12 hours
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Myanmar launched the Tourist e-Visa system on 1 September 2014. e-Visas are issued online for tourism and business purposes only.
By using iVisa, travelers of certain nationalities do not have to visit the consulate to apply for a Tourist e-Visa. You can submit all the required documents and information and pay the visa fees online. This streamlined system cuts out the time wasted waiting in lines and costly processes that were previously in place.
The Myanmar Tourist e-Visa is an official document issued electronically by the Government of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar. Applicants will receive their visas via email, after filling the application form with the necessary information and once the online credit card payment is completed.
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Frequently Asked Questions
The Myanmar electronic visa, or e-Visa Approval Letter, is a mandatory travel requirement for foreign nationals from qualifying countries who wish to visit the Republic of Myanmar for tourism purposes.
We require the following to submit your information:
- Passport with at least 6 months validity from the planned date of entry.
- Passport-style color photo taken within 3 months of your application.
- A debit/credit card or Paypal account for payment.
The Tourist e-Visa costs USD 50.00. Additionally, there is a service fee of USD 25.00 for standard processing. For rush processing and super rush processing the service fee is USD 55.00 and USD 85.00, respectively.
It depends on the processing time you choose. We offer three options:
- Standard Processing: 72 hours
- Rush Processing: 48 hours
- Super Rush Processing: 12 hours
The Myanmar tourist e-Visa is valid for 90 days after issued. This means you must enter Myanmar within 90 days after issued. It is a Single Entry visa and allows for a maximum stay of 28 days Total.
Applicant’s passport should have at least 6-months validity from the time of entry into Myanmar and at least one blank page.
Your e-Visa will only be valid for 90 days after issued. If you already know your arrival date in Myanmar, you can start applying immediately with iVisa. We will initiate your application at the right time so your e-Visa is valid during your whole stay in Myanmar.
Your e-Visa will only be valid for 90 days after issued. If you already know your arrival date in Myanmar, you can apply with iVisa at any time. We will review your application for accuracy and process your application at the right time so that your e-Visa is valid during your entire stay in Myanmar.
As a national from Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Philippines, Thailand and Viet Nam, you DO NOT require a visa for tourist visits of UP TO 14 days if entering and departing from Yangon, Mandalay, or Naypyidaw International Airports.If you would like to stay in Myanmar over 14 days, or wish to enter or exit from ANY of the land border checkpoints, then please apply for the appropriate eVisa.
It is only valid for a Single Entry.
The following nationalities are eligible: Algeria, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Bangladesh, Belarus, Belgium, Bhutan, Bolivia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada (Canadian), Chile, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cote d'Ivoire, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Ecuador, Egypt, Eritrea, Estonia, Fiji, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Ghana, Greece, Guatemala, Guinea, Hungary, Iceland, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Korea, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Maldives, Malta, Mauritius, Mexico, Monaco, Mongolia, Morocco, Nepal, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Pakistan, Panama, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand (Thai Citizens), Turkey, Uganda, Ukraine, United Kingdom (UK Citizens)(British), United States (US Citizens)(Americans), Uruguay, Uzbekistan, Venezuela
Normal entry stamp which is approximately 1.5x1.5 inches will be used.
You need to apply for your tourist visa at your nearest Myanmar consulate/embassy.
You don't need a booking to apply online. However, foreign nationals must stay in registered hotels, motels, inns, guest houses or resorts.
There are restrictions to where you can use the e-Visa. The only available ports of entry into Myanmar with the e-Visa are as follows:
- One of the 3 International Airports: Yangon, Mandalay, Nay Pyi Taw
- One of the 5 International Land Border Checkpoints: Tachileik, Myawaddy, Kawthaung, Tamu-Moreh, Rih Khaw Dar-Zokhawthar
Children under 7 must apply with an adult. There are no additional costs – they will be added to your Myanmar Tourist e-Visa at no extra cost, thus the total amount will still be USD 50 per person (excluding the service fee).
No. If you are visiting Myanmar via cruise/boat, please contact your travel agent for a pre-arrangement Visa on Arrival. You can NOT not use the Myanmar e-Visa to enter Myanmar via seaport
The maximum stay allowed is 28 days Total.
Yes, you will need to apply for two e-Visas. Each e-Visa is only valid for a Single Entry.
Yellow Fever vaccine is required if traveling from a country with risk of yellow fever transmission.
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Myanmar has growing tourism, and if you were there a decade ago, what you find today is almost entirely different. That is because more and more people choose Myanmar as their destination, and capitalism is starting to get a grasp of the country. That is not necessarily a bad thing, but as you can imagine, it may ruin some of the things for many people, mainly locals. Even so, Myanmar is an interesting country to visit with plenty of attractions. You will like it there. The best thing you could do in Myanmar is backpacking. There is not much to do in just one place. You may be wondering when it is the best time to visit Myanmar. That depends on how much heat you can stand or how much money you are willing to spend. I say that because most people go there November through February. The weather is perfect during that period. However, the prices skyrocket. It is Myanmar’s busiest season, and as you can imagine hotels and attractions take advantage. There is nothing wrong with that. Every country does it. However, if you want to avoid all that over-crowding and the high prices, you can go to Myanmar in June. It is hot, to be honest, but at least the prices come down. June through November is the monsoon season, and nobody likes visiting Myanmar during that time. One thing that will throw you off when you get to Myanmar is the numerals. You will probably do not understand a thing. That is why you should always carry a business card from the hotel you are staying at. That way you can show the taxi driver where you are headed. The numbers on the buses are also confusing, but you can ask a local to help you out. A lot of people go to Myanmar for the temples and the pagodas. The country has deep religious backgrounds so you will see a lot of those. However, there are some things you need to know if you want to visit these religious sites. For one, you should never enter a temple or a pagoda with your shoes on. It is considered disrespectful, and you will not see anyone with their shoes on inside. Instead, you can pack a pair of flip-flops and put them on when you get there. You should have a plastic bag to put your shoes in while you are inside. Some temples have a designated place for people’s shoes, and you can leave them there without fearing you are going to be left without. Another thing you should know is that you should never eat, give, or receive an item with your left hand. The left hand is considered unclean. You will find this habit in many cultures, not only in Myanmar. Even if you are left-handed, you should make an effort and do most things with your right hand. It is a sign of respect. Also, when you are in a temple or a pagoda, you should never aim your feet at a Buddha. It is considered a bad form. But do not worry as you will have where to aim your feet at since Buddhas are not on all four walls of a room. Myanmar, while still a developing country, does have cell phones and Wi-Fi, but you will most likely lose your patience using the internet. It is very slow, even in hotels. You may have to wait up to one minute for a page to load, and that can cause you some frustration. If you need things like maps, for example, you should get an app that works offline. That way you will not get lost or have to wait forever for a map to load. Loading photos on social media is almost painful because it takes forever as well, so you may want to share your vacation pics when you get home. Another thing that you should keep in mind before going to Myanmar is to have cash on you. There are ATM, but they are scarce. Plus, the withdrawal fees are way too high. Moreover, most of the places you will find in Myanmar do not take credit or debit cards. If you are not from the US, you should exchange your money in US dollars. You will not find all currencies there, and you may end up not being able to buy anything even if you do have the money. Lastly, avoid exchanging your money on the black market. You may be tempted to do so because of the better rates, but you may end up with some counterfeit bills in your pocket, and nobody needs that hassle. There are some negative parts of Myanmar as well. For example, the people there do not sit well with hygiene or sanitary conditions. If you are a little squeamish, you may not want to go there at all. You may see rats running down the street, and people litter a lot. Nevertheless, this happens in the urban area more than in the countryside. If you want to go backpacking, you need to go through the cities, but you may want to close your eyes until you reach the location you want to see. The people in Myanmar are relatively friendly. They are just getting accustomed to tourism because it started booming in the recent years. However, you need to be respectful of their traditions and habits. Do not show your amusement when you see that men wear skirts, for example. You do not want to be that person. Also, you should never bring up politics into the discussion. Religion should be off limits too. If, however, a local brings up those topics, you should let them speak and lead the conversation. It is best if you stay out of it entirely. Overall, Myanmar is a country worth visiting if you want a new experience. Tourism is still developing, which is why you should not expect too much. The infrastructure is not complete, and capitalism is a new thing there. But even so, this country should not be overlooked when you are seeking new travel destinations.
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An e-Visa is an official document permitting entry into and travel within a certain country. The e-Visa is an alternative to visas issued at the ports of entry or visiting an embassy/consulate to obtain traditional paper visas. e-Visas are linked electronically to the traveler's passport.
Our service starts with information. You can use our up-to-date visa requirements tool to search if you need a travel visa. It's as simple as telling us where you are from and where you are going. Based on this information we will tell you how much the visa costs, the number of entries, the start date and give you an action step such as applying directly on our site!
It depends on the country issuing the visa. For many countries such as Australia ETA and Turkey e-Visa, the process can be done in 15 minutes through our rush service. For other countries such as the India tourist Visa, the process usually takes 24 hours. The exact time can be found on each application form. What we guarantee is that your application with iVisa will be the fastest way to apply anywhere.
The documents must be printed on a sheet of blank A4 white paper. Double-side or reduced printing will not be accepted.
We help you get your travel visa in the simplest and fastest way possible. Through easy-to-use online application forms and world-class 24/7 customer service, we make the whole visa process quick and simple! We also use best practices when it comes to protecting your data and credit card.
iVisa offers two types of Visa: Electronic visas (e-Visas) and traditional paper visas, based on your destination. In addition, we also offer the following services/documents that are required by certain countries: ETA (electronic travel authorization), Tourist Cards, Visa on Arrival pre-registration/approval form, Tourist Invitation Letters, and Embassy Registration service.
- Select the country to which you are requesting the visa
- Select the type of visa and read the instructions carefully.
- Select Apply Now
- Fill in the application form
- Pay using a Visa Card, Mastercard or other debit card.
- Await approval via email, then download and print the e-Visa from your account.
- Present your printed e-Visa to the immigration officer at the port of entry.
Please note most countries offer the ability to process a travel visa without a service fee. The main reason we process thousands of travel visas per month is we save you time and frustration. Our service includes an easy to use website and application form. It is much easier to process your application with us especially for mobile users and large groups. We send all of our clients the visa days before travel. This is especially helpful for those passengers who purchase the visa months in advance. We also have a 24-hour customer service with professionals that are based in the United States and speak English. We accept multi-currencies and our website can be translated into over 20 languages. We believe our fee is worth your time and sanity but please note all governments do have their own "free" service.
If you have already applied on our site, please log in to your account and look for your order/application. An account is generated for you automatically after payment is received. Click the link in your confirmation email to set up a password or visit the log in page to set up the password and enter the account. Please note in most cases your visa will be delivered to you via email and can be found in your account after logging in.
If your visa application is not approved by the government agency, we will provide a full refund of all service fees under our approval guarantee. We cannot refund the visa fee (if applicable) since this is a third party fee that is paid directly to the government agency. If a mistake is made on your application, we will process your visa again at no cost. Please note refunds are credited back to the same credit card used.
If we have not processed your visa, we can make changes without a problem. We do check your information for mistakes as well. If you have already processed your visa, If we have submitted your application to the appropriate government agencies, some will allow to make changes, while others do not. Please contact us immediately (preferably through chat) if you notice an error on your application.
Some countries may require proof of yellow fever vaccination if you are arriving from a country with risk of yellow fever. You can see more info here: https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/destinations/list It's the passenger´s own responsibility to verify these regulations before traveling to the chosen country.
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You may reprint the e-Visa in your email account. Alternatively, you may retrieve and reprint the e-Visa by using your iVisa account.
Yes. The iVisa system does not retain your credit card information after the transaction is processed.
All visas grant travelers the permission to travel to a country's port of entry. Whether you are granted entry or not will be at the discretion of the Immigration Officer at the entry point.
If your visa application has not been submitted for processing you will receive a full refund. However, if your application has been submitted, then we will not be able to provide a refund.
When the visa has to be shipped to you, the processing times do not include this shipping time. It is from when we receive your application to obtaining the approval. Most visas (e-Visas) are sent via email upon approval so shipping times will not apply.
No, we are not affiliated with any government agencies. We are a private company that specializes in processing travel visas for travelers worldwide.
Unfortunately, we are not able to, since the government agencies do not inform us of the reason(s) behind the decisions.
If your visa is not approved, we advise that you contact the nearest embassy/consulate for more information on what your options are.
We accept Visa, Master Card, American Express, and PayPal.
All citizens from these territories applying through our website will have their application processed with the nationality/citizenship specified in their passport. As an example, a traveler from Puerto Rico will have their request processed as USA nationality. This does not apply to the travelers under the BOTC (British Overseas Territories Citizen) category according to the British Overseas Territories Act of 2002.