Burma Visa from BangkokBurmese Visa from Bangkok
It is recommended that you visit the Embassy of Myanmar if you are passing or staying in Bangkok for at least 2 nights.
It is recommended that you visit the Embassy of Myanmar if you are passing or staying in Bangkok for at least 2 nights. Otherwise, make sure you have enough free space from 5 to 10 working nights, then you can proceed with the visa on your journey and submit your application on this page. Or you can send your application to the Embassy of Myanmar in Bangkok.
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I' m currently in Bangkok while I' m beginning to figure out where to go next and get involved with Myanmar. I applied for a visa today and it was actually very simple. Notice: You will receive a stamping in your pass before entering the country.
It is necessary if you enter Myanmar by road! Now you can get an e-visa on-line, which is good enough when you travel to Myanmar. It is generally much simpler to travel to Myanmar. Use a sky train to Surasak Sky Train Station and go a few hundred metres to the Embassy of the Union of Myanmar.
Visa applications are open daily from 9-12 am, except on public holiday in Myanmar and Thailand. Because of an accident with a lost pass I got there at 9am and ended the trip around 10:20am, while my travelling partner had to collect her pass and returned to the ambassador around 10:30am.
Approximately 1400 baht get you visa the same date, 1250 dips get you it the next morning and the budgetary settlement will give you it two nights after for 800 baht. Make sure you don't have your pass during this period, so make sure you don't need it for anything.
Apart from that you can take two photo passports (any type of photo - they seemed very simple with shape/size/color etc.) and a copy of your pass if you have it. Eight photographs are 100 baht and a copy of your pass is 3 baht. You' ll need to provide some essential information, your present and present position and where you are in Myanmar.
So if you haven't found out where you want to sleep yet, just choose a guide book or ask the fellow next door where he lives (I did).