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4 min read
Updated on May 14, 2024

Do you want to know the exotic beauties of Myanmar? Then there's great news for you if you're Egyptian: You can apply online for a Myanmar eVisa. This eVisa is an electronic equivalent of a consular visa. In other words, a visit to the embassy is no longer needed so there will be less effort for you.

If you want to know how to apply for this document, keep reading the information we show you in this article.


Frequently Asked Questions / FAQs

Egyptian passport holders require a visa to visit Myanmar?

Yes, they do. All citizens from Egypt must apply for an eVisa before traveling to Myanmar.

What eVisa means?

It is a mandatory travel requirement for nationals from qualifying countries who want to travel to Myanmar for tourism or business reasons.

How many days can stay in Myanmar with this eVisa?

If you are from Egypt and you hold an eVisa you can remain in Myanmar for a total of 28 days.

Do I need to supply documents to a physic office?

The bureaucracy will be worked out by iVisa so do not get stress about it. iVisa will start processing your application as soon as you submit the required papers online. This means that you do not have to go in person to any office. You may already have everything required since these documents can be easily obtained. Here is a shortlist:


  • Passport page
  • Applicant's photo
  • Proof of Travel Medical Insurance
  • Return ticket
  • Proof of accommodation **

You must also need to make the payment of the eVisa fee online so please be sure to have a credit or debit card, when you apply. We also accept Paypal. The email address you need to provide us, needs to be one you use frequently because all the updates of your eVisa will be sent there.

Do the eVisa has an expiration time?

Most of the eVisas has a period of validity time and Myanmar is not an exception. The Myanmar eVisa permits you to use it for 90 days after issued. After those days, your eVisa will expire atuomatically.

Can you give me the info of the processing times and the prices of the eVisa?

We understand that this is probably one of the many concerns about electronic visas. This is the reason why we offer you 3 options that can easily fit your needs:

  • Standard (7 days) - USD $115.99.

  • Rush(5 days) - USD $138.99.

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

Does it take a long time to complete the online form?

30 minutes of your time is enough to finish the whole online application.

How many parts is the form divided into?

Obtaining a Myanmar visa for Egyptians is really straightforward. The online form itself can be accomplished in a few minutes because it only consists of three steps.

  • Fill in your general data and choose the processing time from the options mentioned above.
  • Revise step one and make the respective payment.
  • Complete a quick questionnaire and upload your passport scan. Other documents are also required for the eVisa, so add it in this part of the form.

Do I have the option to enter multiple times with the eVisa?

No, the Myanmar eVisa allows you to enter once. It means you will get a Single Entry.

Minors do also require an eVisa for Myanmar?

It depends on two things: If your child has less than 7 years old, then he/she will need to apply in conjunction of his/her parents. There won't be an additional service fee. If your child has more than 7 years old, then he/she must get their own eVisa.

Is it obligatory to have the hotel booking confirmation before the application of the eVisa?

The eVisa for Myanmar does not require you to reserve the hotel before obtaining the document. So, do not worry about this point.

How do I know if my eVisa was approved?

We are going to send you all the updates of your eVisa. Once the Government approves the eVisa request of your application, we will send you the document on PDF format attached in your email.

Can you show me a sample of the eVisa?

Fill me in

Am I able to access Myanmar using an entry point?

No, you can't. Here we share with you the available checkpoints of Myanmar:

  • 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.

Can I get more info from you?

Click here and get in communication with one of our customer agents. Otherwise, you can see more information on the other Myanmar eVisas here.

Don't lose the chance to travel to this country with iVisa. Start your online application now.

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