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Myanmar's frontiers with other lands - travel guide
Up until five years ago, the only way to get on and off Myanmar was by air. Though Myanmar divides its borders with China, Thailand, India, Bangladesh and Laos, only China and Thailand currently allow them. Myanmar visas must be validated in customers' passes before arriving at the Myanmar-Borders.
The points of arrival and departure must be clearly indicated when you apply for a type of visas. The processing of a specific authorisation lasts at least one months. There are currently 3 BIPs open to tourists: Those entering at the Muse frontier and leaving various points (either Yangon or Mandalay International Airport) require a visas and a frontier passage authorisation.
Same permit is needed for every long-distance trip to Lashio (driveway from Mandalay). At present, a daily entry permit, which is normally only granted to visiting Muse to China citizens, is not permitted. Those entering at the Tachileik frontier and leaving from another location (either Yangon or Mandalay International Airport) require a permit and a permit to cross the same.
A daily application can be made for those (including Thai nationals) entering and leaving the same place. Allow only one stay in Mae Sai (within the boundaries of the city) and no further. If you have a local travel authorization at the frontier, you are allowed to stay in Kyaing Tong and Mong La for up to 14 nights.
Travel to other parts of the world is not permitted. Myanmar requires a Myanmar tourist visas for visitors to the Mergui Archipelago. Visas on Arrival can be organised on site. Visas are charged at a rate of $30 per individual plus document charges of $5-10 per individual and visas charges for the notifier.
It' possible to leave the land in Kawthaung via Yangon or another itinerary. For Kawthaung and Myeik and for the entrance and departure via Kawthaung to Ranong, no specific permit is initially necessary. The rules governing the crossings of land frontiers may be changed at brief intervals.