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Myanmar Kyats / US$/ ATM's / Credit cards in Myanmar - Myanmar Message Board
CYAT ( "chat") is the Myanmar language. While guesthouses and smaller ones are still due in Kyoto, most of them are in $ and paid for. While high-end businesses still pay in US$, many places in Kyoto are now affordable. They are spoilt for choices of bank drafts at airports and they all have practically equal foreign currencies.
Notice that you can convert your idle Kieat back to $ on sailings at a minimum (20 kyat?) spread between the buy and sell rates. Farmers Bank branch offices switch AUS$. Lately only one of the 9 banks in Yangon would be changing the THB - at a very bad pace. Occasionally, when you are paying shopkeepers/taxis in $, you get changes in little filthy Khat that you want to give away quickly.
It is still the preferred money for airlines, travel agencies, travel guidebooks, top quality hotel and restaurant and for some admission charges. It is best to keep it new, maybe between two cards. That $ is still royal and cabs, leaders and restaurant will still take it if there is a lack of Kie.
Myanmar now has over 2000 ATMs with a selection of large airport locations and extensive city centre access. They' re only spending Kie. While many smaller cities and cities do not yet have ATMs, those who have a bank in the city will either have one or will soon have one.
Sittwe, for example, only has an ATM and until recently there was none at Ngapali Beach, but there is now an ATM (KBZ Bank) outside the Amata Hotel. A lot of top class restaurants, especially for corporate and group travel, accepts credit cards, even if some require a surcharge. A lot of Irish Island cruisers claim that credit cards are not acceptable, but there are reviews that when travelers say that is all they have after they have all their Kyoto and $, a ticket plane will appear wondrous.
Due to the high charges for credit cardholders (up to 5%), many agents favor the bank transfer deposit with the remaining amount in $ on arriving in Myanmar.