After 2 years, Myanmar introduces electronic visas
Published on: Saturday May 14, 2022
Finally, Myanmar will accept e-visa applications from tourists after the pandemic. Myanmar’s Ministry of Immigration and Population has announced that its e-visa services will start from May 15. In April, after the government resumed international flight services, that decision was made.
In Myanmar, while the rate of positive Covid-19 cases has finally dropped, for foreign travelers, this electronic visa reopening service is a godsend. From April 1, applications for business e-visas are accepted. In 2014, e-visa applications started, here is the website URL: https://evisa.moip.gov.mm/
4 ways to get Myanmar e-visa:
• Complete the online form.
• Verify, confirm and pay by credit card. In your email you will receive the acknowledgment of receipt.
• It takes 3 days to get approval and will be sent in your email id. On your arrival, you will have to present the letter and the passport.
• At the Checkpoint, present the approval letter. During verification, your passport will be stamped.
In Myanmar, Shwedagon or the Great Dragon Pagoda, Kyaiktiyo Zedi – the Golden Rock, Shwenandaw Monastery and Taung Kalat are some of the must-see Buddha temples. In Myanmar, beautiful temples, rivers and caves are relevant to the Buddhist ear. They are charming and stand out for their fascinating architecture.
If you are spiritual in nature, Myanmar can be one of those places you can visit to experience tranquility and peace.
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