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information on ATMs, opening hours, currency restrictions, duty free imports and exports to Myanmar and prohibited imports and exports; additional sterilization of the money supply will be necessary to maintain the impact of foreign exchange intervention.
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No. 186, 28th Street, Upper Block, Pabedan Township, Yangon, Myanmar. No. 112, corner of Anawyahtar Road & Pansoedan Road, Kyauktadar Tsp, Yangon, Myanmar. No. 177, corner of Strand Road & Thittaw Street, Ahlone Tsp, Yangon, Myanmar. No. 149, corner of Ahlone Road & Arrawaddy Street, Ahlone Tsp, Yangon, Myanmar. No. 10-A, corner of 82x44 Street, ShweboneShane Qtr, Maharaungmyay Tsp, Mandalay.
SWEDAGON BAGODA (South), Yangon, Myanmar. No. 165, Bayintnaung main road, 2 Qtr, Myawaddy Tsp, Myanmar. Fortyth Street Hotel, Merchant Rd, Kyauktada Tsp, Yangon, Myanmar. Building 3, No. 175/179, ground floor, Baho Road, Kyeik Lat Top St, Sanchaung Tsp, Yangon, Myanmar.
MUANMAR MONETARY AND CURRENCY
Here is our latest information on the use of money for trips in Myanmar (Burma). Myanmar's local franc, the KYAT (pronounced chats and short MMK), is denominated in the following banknotes:. Exchange rates are about US$ 01 ~ 1340 MMW. Travellers should make sure they get to Myanmar with a portion of their trip budgets in US dollar, as cash machines are very common in major towns and very difficult to find in smaller towns.
ATMs are often located in front of the major hotel. Travellers can make withdrawals in US$, SGD and Bath Thai. On-line payments are now also acceptable. The majority of on-line payments are processed by overseas organisations with compliance with international security requirements. In spite of these facts, Myanmar is the land where "cash is king".
Any salesperson welcomes money and you should not depend on a sole money resource, keep some money in your purse, both in US dollars and in Kyat area. Up to US$5000 in per capita for Myanmar entry. Myanmar money, Kyat, is widely acceptable regardless of grade levels.
Coin exchangers are hesitant to handle banknotes that are broken at a significantly lower cost. US$ can be exchanged at Yangon International Airports, at Yangon Bank (which offers the best exchange rates) and some of our hotel (which may cost more but may be useful in an emergency). Negotiable money changer are productive on the roads of the main touristic centers, but in general, give a much poorer value for money for KYAT.
5 percent on each handling fee deal and their greeting cards are different. You can now use your debit cards in the major Myanmar towns like Yangon, Mandalay etc. The majority of establishments accepts payments by bank cards. There are even sites that allow you to pay with your personal bank account using a high level of security.
A $100 note gets a slightly better exchange rate-ratio than a $50 or $20, and so on. And, allegedly, the exchange is a little better earlier this month (Monday or Tuesday). We were also informed that the exchange sometimes fluctuates with the poppieseason! The most secure way is to exchange money in a bank, hotel or shop rather than on the streets.
Newcomers to the Mahabandoola Garden to the south of Yangon have a call to short-circuit newcomers for several thousand Kie. Do not surrender your money until you have gotten and scored the Kyoto Protocol. Trustworthy money change men do that. Coin changer give finished, rubberized piles of a hundred K1000s.
We' ve been told by some travellers that Yangon moneychangers have asked for a "commission". A lot of travellers make most of their exchanges in Yangon, where you can get about K100 more per US Dollars than elsewhere, and then take the piles of Kyoto through the land for a few wards. Given the relatively high level of security against thievery, it is not a poor concept, but money can be exchanged elsewhere in Myanmar.
Luxurious Yangon and Bagan can be as pricey as anywhere in the West. in exchange for a courtesy call (e.g. opening a closed sanctuary in Bagan, moving a pocket at the airfield or showing you the "sights" of a village).
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