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4 min read
Updated on May 14, 2024

Acquiring a visa to visit Myanmar and stay there for tourism purposes is nothing complicated today. Fortunately, Australian citizens, qualify for a Myanmar eVisa, which means they can apply for this document online without going to an Embassy or Consulate.

You can easily apply for a Myanmar visa and get your document as fast as you want. But before you proceed with the whole process, you must know some details about it, and we will explain them to you in this article.


Frequently Asked Questions

I have Australian nationality, do I need a visa to enter Myanmar?

Yes, you require a visa to enter Myanmar. You can apply for this visa online and save a lot of time avoiding to take a trip to an Embassy.

What is a Myanmar eVisa for Australian?

This is a mandatory document that's required for foreign nationals from certain countries that want to visit the Republic of Myanmar.

How long can I stay in Myanmar with this eVisa?

You're able to remain in Myanmar 28 days in Total with your australian passport.

What documents do you need?

The documents you need to provide us in order to process your eVisa are:

  • Valid passport – for 6 months after your intended date of arrival.

  • Digital photo of yourself – must be a recent one and meet all the required standards for the best passport photo.

  • Email address – grant us one you use most of the time. There we will send you all the updates of your eVisa.

  • Means of payment – online payments accepted: credit/debit cards and Paypal.

When does this eVisa expire?

Your Myanmar eVisa expires 90 days after issued, so you're able to use it at any time in those days.

What is the cost and what are the processing times?

We have 3 types of processing times that determines the total price for your Myanmar eVisa. These are the options:

  • Standard processing (7 days) - USD $115.99

  • Rush processing (5 days) - USD $138.99.

  • Super Rush processing (4 days) - USD $181.99.

How long does it take to apply for this eVisa?

You will need just 20 minutes or probably less to fill in your application form.

How is the process of the online application form?

Most people don’t like forms, but it provides an effortless application form. Using our application form you will only need to fill in with your information, make the payment, and submit it. Here we give you the details of these three simple steps:

  • First, fill in your basic information and select the processing time from the options aforementioned.
  • Second, revise all the information provided and then click on the next step.
  • The last step is dedicated to process the payment. After doing that, just submit the application and wait for the confirmation email we will send you then.

The Myanmar eVisa expires after 90 days of been issued and it permits Australian nationals to stay for 28 days in Total stay inside the country.

What are the specific points of entry?

You have two ways to enter Myanmar with an eVisa:

By air:

  • Yangon International Airport
  • Naypyidaw Airport
  • Mandalay International Airport

By land, you can use these land border checkpoints:

  • Tachileik
  • Myawaddy
  • Kaethaung

How many times can I enter Myanmar with my Australian passport?

You're able to have just Single Entry with your Australian passport.

What happens if I travel with my kids to Myanmar?

In case your children are under 7 years old, then they must apply with you and there's no extra fee for it. However, you still have to pay the cost of the visa, which is USD $50.00.

I don't have any hotel bookings, can I still apply online?

Yes, you don't need any hotel booking to apply online.

How do I know if my eVisa is already approved?

Once you finish your application form, we will notify you when your electronic visa is ready by email. This way, you don't need to deal with the embassy.

Is it safe to use iVisa to get my Myanmar visa?

Yes, for sure! There are a lot of travelers thinking that online information can easily leak and put you into risk, but that doesn't happen with our services. We provide maximum safety for your personal info, and we spend a lot on the security of our database. You can check what thousands of satisfied customers say about us here.

Where can I read more info about Myanmar visas?

If you still have questions to be answered about the Myanmar e-Visa, you can click here and start chatting with one of our customer service workers. You can also read more with the FAQs page here.

Start planning your trip peacefully now! Click here to apply for a Myanmar eVisa and enjoy all the magic that this country has.

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