India to Myanmar Road MapTimetable from India to Myanmar
Ultimate travel guide for a journey from India to Thailand
When you were traveling abroad, you may have been looking for the right airfare or the cheapest price for an hour or two. Luckily, this is no longer a big deal, especially if you want to grab your suitcases and drive on the road to Thailand's magic levels and wards.
There' s nothing more astonishing in this earth for a "Road Runner" than the long, empty road of a sun-kissed road, a bicycle or a vehicle and good sound. That' s right, now you can wrap your flower and duffle shirts, your shades and your camera and drive over Myanmar to the wonderful land of Thailand, all thanks to the government of India.
Good news: A tri-lateral motorway is being constructed from Moreh in Manipur, India, to Mae Sot in Thailand and should be finished by 2016. Think of the pure pleasure you will experience as you ride or ride through the Myanmar countryside and hill, the abundant cultural landscape that passes by as you traverse Mandalay and Myawaddy before heading off to Thailand, and its transcendental beauties!
These are some facts you would prepare for the one-week (approximately) journey from India to Thailand: From where the motorway begins: Acknowledged as the Trilateral Motorway India-Myanmar-Thailand, this journey begins from Moreh in Manipur, India. Items to be carried: - Passport or passport valid for at least 6 month.
- Myanmar Kyat for the payment of penalties (if any), tolls, etc. One MMK is around 0.05 INR, so make sure you have enough money in front of you for the road. - For Thailand Indian documents: - passports with a minimum of 6 month from the date of your stay.
- For Myanmar, make sure you have a MasterCard or visa credit cards with you, as the state now has a large ATM machine bank in certain cities, so you don't have to be worried that you have a large amount of Myanmar Kyat in your purse when you cross the border. NOTICE: - There are 21 states that can request a visas upon entry, namely:
Bhutan, China, Cyprus, Estonia, India, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Maldives, Mauritius, Poland, Russian Federation, Saudi Arabia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Taiwan and Ukraine. - Passport holder from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Syria, Iraq, Iran, Lebanon, Sudan, Algeria, Libya, Yemen, Egypt and the Palestinians must apply to the Thai Embassy/General Consulate, where they have their place of abode (home country).
- An International Driver Permit (IDP) is recognised throughout the world as a precious and sometimes indispensable credential that identifies a driver as a legal driver in the vehicle's destination state. International Driver's License (IDP) is recognised in many jurisdictions, some of them are Myanmar and Thailand and IDP could also make it easier to rent a vehicle in your state.
- If you are on vacation in Thailand, you will not receive a Thai driving licence, so your driving licence will suffice as long as it is still in force. It is, however, recommended to have an international driver's licence with you in order to prevent problems with the police in Thailand.
- For Myanmar, the motorway does not require internally displaced people from Myanmar residents, but it is better if you have your permission internationally to prevent any situations with Myanmar's government or policy groups. Please also bring your driving licence from India, as the driving licence is not allowed without a driving licence.
Miscellaneous to take away: - driving licence: Keep your driving licence always within reach, as it must be shown at every checkpoint. If you have hired a car from India, make sure you have the lease application form with you on your way as evidence of your car's owners.
Keep a photocopy of your driving licence and your personal identification card together with the original car documents, together with the licence documents. Ensure that you have vaccinated against illnesses such as malaria or yellow fever, which are widespread in certain wooded areas of Thailand. - Travel guides for both countries:
To talk to the local residents or to know the places you want to go to, it is recommended that you have a guide with you who will help you. Notnahrung for the street is always a must. There will of course be places, individuals and an astonishing array of road trips miracles to catch, so make sure you wrap your cameras and chargers.
Also make sure you have weatherproof, durable rucksacks that can take a great deal of load and can withstand rough environments if you choose to go off and hike a little. Alternate route: Motorway routes: Rent a bike/car from India: Myanmar and Thailand are two stunningly scenic and cultural destinations that can fill your itineraries.
But since this journey is quite literally gives you that once in a lifetime occasion to travel through two lands, you need to keep in view the policy, religion and law positions that the lands are following so that you could never pack on the grace of the agencies that could break you with needless rules demands.
Make sure you follow these rules to make sure your journey to your final destinations runs smoothly: - Cash: Make sure you have enough money with you on your journey, be it Myanmar Kyat, US$, Thai Baht or the Rupee of India. - Alerting authorities: Make sure you notify the Myanmar government one months in advance before your journey begins.
If you need to make a few telephone enquiries that require help, make sure you have the telephone numbers of tour operators or agents available. If you are traveling on the motorway from India to Myanmar, make sure you are traveling in a group of at least four as this is the laws of the state.
We recommend that you keep a copy of your residency permit, driver's licence, driving licence, PAN cards or your personal identification number. Before planning your journey to Myanmar, make sure you are fully conscious of the Myanmar policy-making. Always keep yourself supplied with liquids and supply yourself well with refreshments and aliment.
Travelling agents in Myanmar and Thailand: Here are a few tour operator and agency lists that you can store on your phone in case you have questions about the itinerary, the location or the trip itself.
In Thailand: - White and White Travel centre Co. The motorway is a boon for India's travellers: The Indians like to travel with the best possible way, or better said, with the best possible sense of taste and the best possible price. Myanmar's and Thailand's beautiful scenery is well deserved to be captured, and the best way to experience it is on the road.
India's authorities have done their job with tact, recognising that opening this motorway and building a tri-lateral road is the best way in which India can improve commerce and commercial opportunities between them. It' s only a question of speaking until we see an upturn in the tourist and economic sectors in all these states.
As the motorway starts from Moreh in Manipur, you should take advantage of the wonderful places of interest around the town to start your travel to Thailand with a longing for faraway places! These are some astonishing places in Manipur that you can see during your travel to Thailand: Well-known as the gate to Myanmar, this country is full of flowers and is a sheer pleasure for the farmer in you!
Near Moreh you can see the Yangoupokpi-Lokchao Sanctuary and see many species of game. Abundant in nature, this place lies between hills and dales and has some stunning falls and caverns that you can explore. The Ngaloi Falls, Tuibuong Tribal Museum, Tonglon Cave, Khuga Dam and Tipaimukh on your way here.
Mother Nature's Dreams, you can explore Khayang Peak, Shirui Kashung Peak, Kachouphung Lake, Khangkhui Cave, Hundung Mangva Cave, Nillai Tea Estate and Ango Ching. You will spend most of your long journey passing the lush leaves and quiet roads of Myanmar.
Myanmar is rich in cultural and cultural legacy, marked by a breath of the Omnipotent himself, and is home to some of the most pristine and pristine monasteries in the whole wide globe. During your journey you should explore the stunning and spectacular remains of Bagan near Mandalay. Have a look at the biggest pagoda on earth when you go to the Kuthodaw Pagoda in Mandalay.
Sights in Myanmar on the way: Burma's third most important place of Buddhism after the Shwedagon Pagoda is a must for anyone visiting the state. In the state of Mon, on the highest peak of the Paunglaung Mountains, the'Golden Rock' is stunning, handsome and holy to the Myanmari.
In Rakhine state, this is one of Myanmar's best stretching along the Bay of Bengal. Refreshments are available at the Strand Hotel near the hotel before setting off again. Rakhine Kingdom, an antique town from the fifteenth and eighteenth centuries, is a small departure from the Thailand itinerary in the northwest of Myanmar, but it's definitely a worthwhile one.
Thailand, the only place on the travelers lists, is the place to go for an accessible yet luxurious vacation. Upon your arriving in Mae Sot you can enjoy the excitement of the Basar lifestyle and go to the more interesting places like Bangkok, Phi Phi Phi Islands or Pattaya.
To make your unforgettable road tour, you' ll have the opportunity to see Wat Phra Kaew, the Grand Palace, Railay Beach and the Sanctuary of Truth among many others. Visiting the sparkling, pristine temples of Wat Rong Khun and exploring the unparalleled fauna in and around various zones and reserva. Sights in Myanmar on the way:
It is located 15 km from Maesot on the Asian Hwy towards Tak and a few kilometres after Magic Hill. It is an easily recognizable sanctuary and a must for those who adore wonderful places of adoration. Whereas the Asian superhighway is initially limited to Thailand, the government agencies are debating the expansion of the motorway from Thailand to Cambodia and Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam.
Both of these lands are known for their spectacular sundowns, scenery and historical monuments. When you are planning to travel to these lands, you will treasure every second you spend there! You' ll have the opportunity to see the Cu-Chi tunnels in Vietnam and the structures that pride themselves on being alive during the war.
This huge road in front of you lets you discard every card and just launch your motors! Get your TVs up to date and your travel shoes on! You have loaded your camera, your pockets are hardly packed, your pass is dusty and your longing to travel is prepared to discover the road to Thailand from your own beloved home, India.