FAQs

    1 . Do I need a Covid-19 Insurance?

    A Covid-19 insurance is one of the mandatory documents to apply for a Myanmar visa and pre approval documents on arrival in Myanmar.
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    2 . What is the Covid-19 Insurance?

    Covid-19 Insurance is one of the benefits included in a Travel Insurance that you may need when you are far away from your home country.
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    3 . What is the SEPA Transfer?

    The SEPA is in short for The Single Euro Payments Area which is a single market for euro-denominated payments.
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    4 . How Myanmar eVisa works?

    Foreign nationals wishing to travel to Myanmar are required to possess a valid passport of their country and a valid Myanmar eVisa.

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    5 . What are the required Documents for Tourist Visa On Arrival

    The documents required for Tourist Visa On Arrival are:

    1. Scanned First Page of Passport.

    2. The digital photograph to be uploaded along with the Visa application should meet the following requirements

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    6 . Can I get double or multiple entry e-Visa?

    Visa On Arrival is for only single entry visa. For double or multiple entry, you have to apply to Myanmar Embassy physically.
     
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    7 . How to apply for a Myanmar visa online?

    The eVisa for Myanmar is issued online;

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    8 . Is my personal information secure to submit online?

    Yes, when you complete Myanmar Immigration Services Limited's online request for a Myanmar eVisa, your information is secured, encrypted and submitted directly to the Myanmar government.
     
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    9 . What ports can I enter with a Myanmar e-Visa?

    Travelers entering Myanmar with an e-Visa can enter through Yangon International Airport, Nay Pyi Taw International Airport and Mandalay International Airport.

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    10 . How long can I stay in Myanmar with the eVisa?

    Myanmar eVisas generally allow for a single entry visit for up to 28 days during the period the visa is valid.

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