Myanmar Internal Medicine Society
18th Myanmar Internal Medicine Conference (MIMC) 2017
[In conjunction with 4th AFIM Congress and
4th ACP South East Asian Chapter Meeting]

Visa Information

Most nationalities require a visa to visit Myanmar. Passport holders from Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Philippines, Singapore and Vietnam do not require a visa to enter Myanmar for visit up to 14 days. The  current  regulations for  entering  Myanmar are  as following:

 

1.  Individual  visa   

This  visa  is  issued  by  a  Myanmar  Embassy  or  Consulate.  An invitation  letter  is  not  mandatory,  and  it usually  takes  3-5  working  days  to  issue  this  visa.  Visas issued  at  Myanmar  Embassies  are  $20.


2.  Package  Tour  visa

This  visa  is  issued  by  a  Myanmar  Embassy  or  Consulate.    It  usually  takes  3-5  days  to  issue  the  visa.

 

3.  E-Visa

Myanmar’s e-visa  online  system  is  now  available.   

- Arrival allowed  at  Yangon,  Mandalay  and  Nay  Pyi  Taw  international  airports

- Cost:  USD  $50  non-refundable paid  during  application  submission.   Visa and  MasterCard accepted

- Valid  for  28  days in  country, single-entry.  Travelers  must  arrive  in  Myanmar  within  90  days  of issue  date.

- Approval letter  will  be  sent  within  five  working  days.    This letter  needs to  be  printed  to  allow boarding  of  your  international flight.   Upon  arrival, please  go  straight  to  the  immigration counter.   No  passport  photo  needed.

- Children under  age  of  7  holding  their own passports  are  required  to  apply  eVisa separately  and pay  USD  50  for the  eVisa. If  your  child  is  under  7  and  is  listed  in parent/guardian  passport  and accompanying  the  trip, please  fill up  the  minor information  included in  eVisa application  form.

- Applications can  be  submitted  at  http://evisa.moip.gov.mm/.   

 

Please  contact  your travel consultant for  additional information.