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Myanmar (Burma) 8 travel myths: These guides are out-of-date!
Don't let the obsolete idea of traveling in Myanmar put you off. Burma is unrolling the rhododendron for business people and tourism. It' not possible that my travel guide, published in December 2011, is out of date. CNN's travel documentation, which was broadcast in May 2013, is objectively wrong about coin-exchangers.
From a technical point of view, Visas on Arrival is not available to non-business travellers or non-Chinese holidaymakers. However, if you go through a good operative, you can go to Myanmar without a Visa and the trial couldn't be easier. No need for a travel packages or a public holiday resort. You take MasterCard, Visa, Plus.
Since July 2013, KBZ has had over 40 glossy new aircraft in Yangon alone and another 20 across the nation, which includes Bagan. It is a good way to let your bench know that you will be in Myanmar so you won't have any problems. There' s a series of coin exchangers, each with narrower spikes than I see at US airfields. today they buy at 888, selling at 897.
When you need to use Amex, Hotel Travel can make hotel bookings and issue coupons. Legend 5: You must either take a pile of brand-new US $100 notes or sleep on the road. There' s still the demand for crunchy, new US notes as the Chinese are bringing stacks of them, but they take almost anything newer, cleaner and not torn.
You no longer need large banknotes and take all Denomination, although old predilections remain. At the end of 2012, the US Treasury commissioned the duplication of many travel agencies to manage the delicate free trade, and many places are not overjoyed. You get plenty of bottled up and you'll make it. Yes, many are new paving, but they seem to be levelled with scoops and handcuffs.