Myanmar Visa freeBurma Visa Free
ArmeniaVisa on check-in for a max. of 120 nights. Bangladesh visa necessary. BoliviaVisa free/visa on arriv. The visa on your arrivals can be about $100. UK Virgin Islands Visa on arrivals for 1 months. BruneiNo visa up to 14 nights. Cambodia visa on arrivals. eVisa available. Kap VerdeVisa on your Arrive for 90 Day. Comoros visa on your day of arriv. The Cook Islands31 day.
Djibouti visa on your return. DominicaUp to 6 month. Ecuador90 and more. Grenada visa necessary. Haiti3 month. Indonesia30 dagen. IranVisa on arrivals, 30 nights. KuwaitVisa on your Arrive or eVisa. Laos14-30 dagen. Madagascar visa on your day of arriv. Free for 90 up to 30 years. MalawiVisa on arriving for 90 nights. MALDIVA 30 day with possible extra time. MauritaniaVisa on your flight to Nouakchott International Airport.
Mauritius visa-free or visa on your arrivals. 14 - 90 up to now. Micronesia30 and more. Montserrat6 month. Mozambique Visa on arriving for 30 nights. NepalUp to 150 jours. Nicaragua visa on your return. Niue30 días. Philippines30 and more. St. Vincent and the Grenadines 1-6 month. Samoa60 era. Kyrgyzstan3 month. TanzaniaVisa to be obtained on your check-in but advised before your leave. Thailand14 and more. Timor-LesteVisa on arriving for 30 nights.
TogoVisa on check-in for 7 nights, extended to 90 nights. TuvaluVisa on your check-in for 1 mon. Uganda3 mont visa on arriving. eVisa available. Vietnam14-30 días. Zambia Visa on check-in for 90 nights.
Visa free travel to Myanmar for PH-pass holder
MANILA, Philippines - Filipinos, from 4 January 2014, can travel and remain in Myanmar without a visa for up to 14 nights, the Foreign Ministry (FDFA) said on Friday. "The visa-free travel treaty is anticipated to promote travel, commerce and investments between the Philippines and Myanmar," the agencies said.
During President U Thein Sein's state mission to the Philippines on 5 December, the two nations concluded a visa waiver treaty for Filipinos with regular citizens.
Visa free travel for Japan and South Korea coming soon
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"On Friday, the US authorities sent an formal note in which they agreed to grant visa-free travel to Japan and South Korea and Visa-on-arrival (VOA) to China tourists," he said. It concentrates its policy on ASEAN, Japanese, China and South Korean visitors, not those from the West, as the human rights crises in the north of Rakhine have had a negative impact on West Korean tourist flows.
There has been an growth of 31 per cent in the tourist from China, 68pc from Thailand, 24pc from Malaysia and 24pc from Japan in the first four moths of 2018 from the same bout last year, according to the Mine. "The number of South Korean visitors is steady, but has the capacity to grow in the high season," said U Myo Win Nyut, head of the minister.
At the end of April, the department registered more than 1.2 million visitors, including 90,000 Chineses. "We' re giving VOA to China group trips with tourist agencies. Myanmar organizes one or two hundred packages in China," said U Khin Zaw. On Monday, the Departments of Hotel and Tourism, Labour, Immigration and Population and Foreign Affairs in Nay Pyi Taw debated the introduction of visa-free travelling for Japan and South Korea and VOA for China.
"We need to engage in discussions with immigration and foreign affairs to find a way to implement the new visa policies. How fast the progress will be will depend on the sections responsible for implementation," said U Tint Thwin, General Manager of the MOT. According to the Myanmar government, tourism from Eastern Europe had declined by 8 per cent and from Western Europe by 26 per cent by the end of April.
There is a tourist meeting planned in Nay Pyi Taw this months to tackle the sector's issues. It has found ways to strengthen the country's tourist industries, which have been affected by the smouldering North Rakhine economic downturn.