Applying for an evisa Myanmar\r\nIf you are a tourist travelling to Myanmar you will need to apply for a tourist evisa.\u00a0 You can apply online for an evisa Myanmar by going to this website.\u00a0 I would not use any other website as this is the official website to apply for an evisa Myanmar.\r\n\r\n\r\nWhat you need before you apply for a Myanmar evisa\r\n\r\n \tYour passport - valid for six months after entry, passport number, details\r\n \tPort of Entry - either the airport you are flying into or the land border you are crossing.\r\n \tColour passport photo to digitally upload - must be under 2 MB\r\n \tThe name of the hotel you will be staying at - I used my first hotel name and details\r\n \tOccupation - do not leave this blank, it may be useful to put your last job in this section\r\n \tProof of onward travel - have a copy of your flight out of Myanmar\r\n \tThe fee for the evisa is $50 for a single entry tourist visa\r\n\r\nEveryone needs a tourist visa for Myanmar except passport holders from the following eight countries:\r\n\r\n \tThailand\r\n \tCambodia\r\n \tLaos\r\n \tVietnam\r\n \tSingapore\r\n \tBrunei\r\n \tPhilippines\r\n \tIndonesia\r\n\r\nYou'll want to visit Myanmar and go to Bagan for these beautiful views!\u00a0 Rent an ebike and explore the city on your own so you can get off the beaten path.\u00a0 I recommend\u00a0Myauk Guni for the best sunsets!\r\n\r\n\r\nHow much is the tourist eVisa for Myanmar?\r\nThe evisa costs $50 and you must apply ahead of time.\u00a0 It takes three days for your visa to be approved.\u00a0 The evisa cost is non-refundable so you need to ensure your application is complete when you apply.\r\n\r\nYou will also need to print out your confirmation letter as airlines will require this to board the plane to Myanmar.\u00a0 I flew in to the Yangon Airport in the capital of Yangon (Rangoon) from Singapore and had no problems.\u00a0 I have also heard of tourists flying into Mandalay International Airport and having no problems.\u00a0 There are also cheap flights from Sri Lanka.\r\n\r\n\r\nCan you get a visa for arrival visa in Myanmar?\r\nNo, as of 2018 there is no arrival visa in Myanmar.\u00a0 You must go to the link above to apply for your visa at least three days in advance.\u00a0 I have heard that some applications have been approved in 24 hours but do allow for the full three days.\u00a0 There is no need to go to a Myanmar Embassy to apply for your visa as you can do this online.\r\n\r\n\r\n \t\r\n\r\nProcess for evisa Myanmar\r\nYou will need to fill out the online form, upload a photo, confirm and pay $50 for a tourist visa. You will then receive an email confirmation within 3 days.\u00a0 The evisa Myanmar is for a single entry for 28 days.\u00a0 Do not apply more than 90 days out from your trip as the visa is valid for 90 days from approval.\r\n\r\nI applied for my visa on a Friday at 5pm and received my email confirmation early Monday morning. The email confirmation contains your approval letter which you must print and bring along with you to get on the plane and enter Myanmar.\r\nHow do I get a visa for Myanmar?\u00a0 You can get an eVisa Myanmar Approval Within 4 Steps\r\n\u2022 Fill in the secure online Myanmar eVisa form\r\n\u2022 Confirm and pay\r\n\u2022 Get approval letter within 3 days\r\n\u2022 Get visa stamped upon arrival\r\n Welcome screen on the evisa page\r\n Select your Nationality and tourist visa along with Port of entry\r\n Enter your personal information into the form. \u00a0I would upload the photo first to confirm it will accept it.\r\nWhen you get to this screen to add your personal details the first thing I would do is add your photo.\u00a0 For whatever reason, I filled in all my info and then went to upload a photo and it would not accept it even though it was under 2 MB.\r\n\r\nOnce you get your photo uploaded and personal info inputted you click on continue which will take you to the payment page.\u00a0 Then add in your credit card details (it is processed through Singapore so no need to worry about your bank blocking the payment) and click continue you will be sent an email confirming your application.\r\n\r\nOnce you have the confirmation make sure you print out at least two copies and keep them in different spots for safe keeping.\u00a0 You will need the approval letter on hand to give to the immigration officer when you arrive in Myanmar.\r\nWhere can I enter Myanmar evisa?\r\nThe following airports and land borders are approved for entry into Myanmar.\r\n\r\n \tYangon International Airport\r\n \tMandalay International Airport\r\n \tNay Pyi Taw International Airport\r\n \tTachileik Land Border Checkpoint\r\n \tMyawaddy Land Border Checkpoint\r\n \tKawthaung Land Border Checkpoint\r\n \tRih Khaw Dar Land Border Checkpoint\r\n \tTamu Land Border Checkpoint\r\n\r\nAirport Immigration Yangon International Airport\r\nWhen you arrive in Yangon Airport you will fill out an immigration card as you do in most countries with your details and your hotel name and address.\u00a0 This is very important and should match the information you included in the evisa.\r\n\r\nYou will go through immigration as per normal and they will look up your evisa.\u00a0 You should also have a copy of your approval letter printed out that you can hand the immigration officer.\r\n\r\nThey will take a picture of you to keep on file and then add the visa to your passport along with a passport stamp.\u00a0 This is the standard process for most immigration processes in different countries.\u00a0 Just be aware of the signs and follow the crowds!\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nThere are so many beautiful places to visit in Myanmar and the evisa process has been running for a few years so it is simple and straightforward to apply.\u00a0 The highlights of my trip were visiting Yangon, Mandalay, Bagan, and Inle Lake.\u00a0 This country is a backpacker haven with cheap eats and beautiful scenery along with cheap, cold beer.\u00a0 Make sure you spend a few days in each city and rent an ebike to explore!\u00a0 And with cheap flights from major cities like Singapore and Bangkok its easy to add on a trip to Myanmar.\r\n\r\nSharing is caring! 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