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Located in two great civilization countries India and China.
Known as Burma , land of pagodas.
Myanmar covers 676,577 sq km and has a coastline measuring 2051 km.
The higest Mount Khakaboyazi 19296ft (5881m),situated at the Eastern end of the Hamalayas.
The terrain ranges from arid plains to cool,sprawing hills ice caped mountains white sand beaches, lush farmland,hidden valleys and thick forest.
Population is over 54.45 millions, there are 135 ethnic group with their own dialect + Chinese and Indians.
0.5% and a few of animists 0.8%
Most of the people live in rural area( about 70% of populatin),
the way of life for most of the population is base upon Theravada Buddhism.
400,000Monks+Novices and 100000 Buddhist Nuns.
Ayeawady river ,Chindwin river,Sittaung river and Thanlwin river are important all over the country and in the delta area there are natural springs,hundreds of streams and rivulets ,and cannals and dams contructed for farmers.
There are three seasons ,they are the hot season March to May,
the rainy season June to October,
the cold season November to February .
combine with 7 regions and 7 states.
Overland border crossings
It is possible to cross the border between Myanmar and Thailand without
a special permission since August 28, 2013.
Please note that you need a valid visa to enter Myanmar as Visa on Arrival is not available at the overland border posts.
It is also possible to cross overland from China in Ruili/Muse,
but a special government permission is required.
Departing from Myanmar through this border town may also be arranged. Please contact our office for up to date information.
Currently it is only possible to pass freely between Myanmar and Thailand.
You can also travel overland to India and China via Myanmar (and vice versa), but a permit for this must be obtained well in advance of travel.
In the near future it is likely we will see border crossings in and out of Bangladesh and Laos open, but at present, travel is not permitted.
What to wear
Shorts, short skirts or revealing clothing are not appropriate especially when visiting temples or any religious site. Myanmar is a conservative Buddhist culture and improper dress can be offensive.
Please dress with respect for the local culture. Lightweight,
easy to carry clothes of cotton and cool fabrics are ideal all year round.
A winter sweater or jacket and socks may be needed in the cool season when visiting upcountry especially around Inle Lake and Kalaw,
when the weather can be quite cold during the night.
Wear comfortable walking shoes which can be easily removed when required. Sandals, thongs or flip-flops (available locally) are very convenient footwear.
Immigration and custom formalities
Your valuables (jewellery, electronic equipment, etc.) should be declared on your customs declaration form upon arrival. Receipt of purchase and an export permit voucher for locally bought goods such as gems and jewellery may be required upon departure.
What to bring
Sunhat, sun glasses, sun protection for your face and body, prescription medicines, insect repellent and an umbrella (rain or shine). An antibiotic cream for minor cuts and scratches, extra pair of prescription glasses, a small flashlight.
Internet connection (Wi-Fi) is now available free of charge at many hotels and local businesses throughout Myanmar, but it’s often slow and unreliable especially outside of Yangon and Mandalay.
IDD telephones & fax facilities are available in most hotels in Yangon and Mandalay but charges are quite expensive.
Incoming calls from abroad are usually free of charge.
MPT, Telenor,Ooredoo and Mytel are big tele communication companies.
Domestic airlines and flights
Shwethanlwin Airways, Asian Wings, Air KBZ, Golden Myanmar Airlines, Mann Yadanarporn Airline and Myanmar National Airlines are privately operated airlines flying throughout Myanmar.
There is a 20 kilo limit for baggage per person and excess baggage fees may be charged
We would recommend that all clients arrange visas online. This can be done by visiting the e-visa section of the Ministry of Immigration and Population’s website .
All of the information you require can be found here.
01/09/2016, eVisa can be used to enter Myanmar from these 3 land borders between Myanmar and Thailand:
Updated Travel Advisory!
Free visa charges For Japanese And Korea Travellers !
1 October 2019
visas-on-arrival available for passport holders from China,
Spain, Italy, Switzerland, Russia, Germany and Australia.
1 January 2020
Austria, Luxembourg, Czech republic, Hungary,New Zealand.
All visitors may leave Myanmar from any international Entry/ exit Points of the country.
The Required Terms and Conditions for VISA ON ARRIVAL
The applicant shall –
- Have a valid passport not expiring for at least 6 months from the date of entry into Myanmar.
- Bring two recent (4cm x 6cm) color photos taken within the past six months.
- Have the letter of invitation from the sponsoring company in the event of first trip of business study. (Stay cannot be extended.)
- Be required to produce copies of company registration/business license/ evidence of permission to do business issued by the ministries concerned together with the application if he is working in Myanmar.
- Fully mention the name of the factory, location, the sponsor and the position he holds if he is doing business with business visa.
- Apply for extension of visa with the recommendation of the ministries concerned as well as in accordance with the existing procedures if he is doing business with business visa.
- Produce letter of invitation by the ministries concerned if he is going to attend meetings, workshops, events and ceremonies.
- Not be allowed to engage in any sort of work with or without charges apart from the professions mentioned in the visa application form.
- Produce air ticket to the destination if he is applying for transit visa.
- Stay at the hotels, motels and guest houses holding legal licenses issued by Myanmar Government, and factories and workshops legally permitted as well as human dwellings; and exactly mention the address he will stay at.
- Make a promise to strictly abide by the existing laws, rules, procedures, orders and directives issued by Myanmar Government.
- Have under-seven-year-old children accompanying parents in the passport granted visa free of charge; be able to produce the evidence of parent-children relationship if the children are holding separate passport.
- Not be allowed to travel to the restricted areas without seeking prior permission.
- Report to the office of the township Immigration and National Registration Department concerned at which he stays within Myanmar mentioning the address of hotels, motels, guest houses, factories and workshops legally permitted as well as human dwellings.
- Depart to the country which he has traveled from by the arrangement of the airline he is using if he is denied entry.
- Abide by the decision of the On Arrival Visa Scrutiny and Issuing Team.
- Apply for Visa On Arrival at Airport Immigration Section obtaining the application form either from the airlines in Myanmar or the following website www.mip.gov.mm of the Ministry of Immigration and Population.
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https://twitter.com/tourismmm as well as
Myanmar continues to be a safe country for foreign tourists and currently, continuous arrival of tourists through international airports, seaports and border gates, we do urge travelers to stay always within the permitted areas as indicated on the website of the Ministry of Hotels and Tourism http://tourism.gov.mm/en_US/information/permitted-area/ .
Sunny Ngapali beach is safe to travel.
The weather all over Myanmar is excellent
so don’t wait for the high season but visit now.
Follow the Ministry of Hotels & Tourism for regular updates
about tourism in Myanmar at www.facebook.com/moht.mm .
Like all Southeastern Asian forests, the forests of Myanmar can be divided into two categories: monsoon forest and rainforest.
Monsoon forest is dry at least three months a year, and is dominated by deciduous trees. Rainforest has a rainy season of at least nine months, and are dominated by broadleaf evergreen.
In the region north of the Tropic of Cancer, in the Himalayan region, subtropical broadleaf evergreen dominates to an elevation of 2000m, and from 2000m to 3000m, semi-deciduous broadleaf dominates, and above 3000m,
evergreen conifers and subalpine forest are the primary fauna
until the alpine scrubland.
The area from Yangon to Myitkyina is mostly monsoon forest,
while peninsular Malaysia south of Mawlamyine is primarily rainforest,
with some overlap between the two.
Along the coasts of Rakhine State and
Tanintharyi Division, tidal forests occur in estuaries, lagoons,
tidal creeks,and low islands.
These forests are host to the much-depleted
Myanmar Coast mangroves habitat of mangrove and
other trees that grow in mud and are resistant to sea water.
Forests along the beaches consist of palm trees, hibiscus, casuarinas,
and other trees resistant to storms.
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Foreign embassies in Myanmar
Telephone: +95 1 380 322
Telephone: +95 1 526985, 524285
Telephone: (951) 54 96 09
9th Floor, Centre Point Towers, 65 Sule Pagoda Road,
Kyauktada Township, Yangon
Telephone: +95 (0) 1 384-805
Telephone: +95-1-221280, 221281
Chinese consulate in Mandalay
81, Pyidaungsu Yeiktha Rd, Yangon
Telephone: +95-1-222886, 222887, 222296
Address: 102 Pyidaungsu Yeiktha Road, BP 858
Telephone: +95-1-212520, 523, 528, 530, 532, 178
Telephone: +95-1-548951, 548952
Indian consulate in Mandalay
Telephone: +95-1-254465, 254469
Telephone: +95 1 22482, 27445
Telephone: +951 553168, 545880
Telephone: +95 1 527142, 527143
Sri Lankan embassy
Address: 34 Tawwin Road, Yangon
Telephone: +95 1 222812
Telephone: +95 1 504068
Telephone: +95 1 511305, 501992
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