Map of Thailand and Burma Border

Maps of Thailand and Burma Border

Myanmar / Thailand (Burma) are the legal international land borders: Myanmar / Thailand (Burma) are the legal international land borders: Hundreds of thousands of refugees and other displaced persons live on the Thai side of the border between Thailand and Burma. Myanmar / Thailand Border Memos Myanmar / Thailand (Burma) are the country's official border: However, these are not a feasible way for cyclists to visit Myanmar, as travelling authorisations for single drivers are not yet generally available and who knows when they will become real? They can get in, go through a tourist agency, buy a complete packet - guiding, backup, hotels & pre-approved routes; but they can't just skate to the border & drive in.

Notice ( (1) that there is a third regular passage from Ranong (T) to Victoria Point (M) in southern Thailand. However, this is not a landfall, but a lake passage by canoe. Remark (2): In August 2004 Simon & Suzi Harby drove on an Africa Twin & a Transalp from India via Nagaland & Manipur, through Burma & to Northern Thailand near Mae Sai.

It was a novelty in the whole wide range, but it will most likely stay a unique journey & will not be long repeaten. On the Simon & Suzi website you will find information and a travelog. Have a look at the Borders Directory and the Borders Map for leaders on the region's legitimate border crossing points.

Myanmar / Thailand Border Memos

Myanmar / Thailand (Burma) are the country's official border: However, these are not a feasible way for cyclists to visit Myanmar, as travelling authorisations for single drivers are not yet generally available and who knows when they will become real? They can get in, go through a tourist agency, buy a complete pack - guiding, backup, hotels & pre-approved routes; but they can't just skate to the border and get in.

Notice ( (1) that there is a third regular passage from Ranong (T) to Victoria Point (M) in southern Thailand. However, this is not a landfall, but a lake passage by canoe. Remark (2): In August 2004 Simon & Suzi Harby drove on an Africa Twin & a Transalp from India via Nagaland & Manipur, through Burma & to Northern Thailand near Mae Sai.

It was a novelty in the whole wide range, but it will most likely stay a unique journey & will not be long repeaten. On the Simon & Suzi website you will find information and a travelog. Have a look at the Borders Directory and the Borders Map for leaders on the region's legitimate border crossing points.

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