Singaporean need Visa to MyanmarMyanmar visa required in Singapore
Visas are required for travellers from Singapore
Visa exemptions, which entered into force on 1 December 2016, apply only to travel to and from Yangon, Mandalay and Nay Pyi Taw airport. People who stay in Myanmar for more than 30 nights need a visa.
Please consult the embassy/consulate closest to the destination you wish to visit or leave by road or air for more information. Travelers who visit some parts of Myanmar are still subject to limitations. Travelers should search the website of the Ministry of Hotels and Tourism in Myanmar (www.myanmartourism.org/index.php/tourist-information) for the current listing of prohibited areas in the state, and enquire at the local embassy or consulate of Myanmar whether specific authorizations are necessary for entry into these areas.
Singapore's Foreign Ministry has a website that lists visa regulations for Singaporeans traveling to other states. It is strongly advised, however, to get in touch with the closest embassy of the destination to obtain up-to-date and dependable information on the visa regulations in force.
Singapore, Myanmar nationals will be able to benefit from visa-free travelling from 1 December, Government & Economy
The SINGAPORE and Myanmar countries have reached an agreement to abolish visa obligations for each other' s nationals as of 1 December this year. On Tuesday, the two authorities shared with each other documentary evidence from Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and State Councillor and Foreign Minister Aung San Suu Kyi in Nay Pyi Taw.
Between 2011 and 2015, the number of annually visited Myanmar-Singapore rose by 12 percent to 105,452. In 2015, 45,125 people came to Myanmar from Singapore. In the same year, Myanmar had one of the highest per capita spending in Singapore at S$2,811. During the first two days of his formal trip to Myanmar, Mr Lee visited both President Htin Kyaw and Ms Suu Kyi in the PRi.