Visa Information

About the Myanmar Online eVisa

It is compulsory for visitors from eligible countries traveling to Myanmar, previously known as Burma, to present a visa at the port of entry. As of 1st September 2014, travelers from qualifying countries with valid passports may apply online for the Myanmar electronic visa, or eVisa Approval Letter, which authorizes travel to the country for tourism or business purposes.

Myanmar eVisa Number of Entries, Validity, and Length of Authorized Stay
Both the Tourist and Business eVisas for Myanmar require the applicant to hold a valid passport from one of the eligible countries.

Also, both visas are single-entry visas which allow the bearer to enter the country just once. If the eVisa holder wishes to leave the country and later return it is necessary to apply for another eVisa.

The Myanmar eVisa is valid for ninety (90) days from the date of issue.

Tourism eVisa for Myanmar

Myanmar Tourist eVisa holders are allowed to stay in Myanmar for a maximum of twenty-eight (28) consecutive days from the date of entry.

Business eVisa for Myanmar

Myanmar business eVisa holders are permitted to remain in Myanmar for a maximum of seventy (70) consecutive days from the date of entry.

Myanmar eVisa for children

Children over 7 years old or those who already have an individual passport, the parent must apply separately for an eVisa

Children under 7 years old can travel to Myanmar without the need for an individual eVisa if they meet the following requirements:

  • The child must be accompanied by the parent/guardian.
  • The child must be included in the parent/guardian’s passport.
  • The details of the child must be included in the parent/guardian’s eVisa.

Failure to obtain this authorization will result in being denied entry into Myanmar.

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