Get Your Myanmar Tourist Visa Online Now (e-Visa)


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Myanmar launched the Tourist e-Visa system on 1 September 2014. e-Visas are issued online for tourism and business purposes only.

By using iVisa, travelers of certain nationalities do not have to visit the consulate to apply for a Tourist e-Visa. You can submit all the required documents and information and pay the visa fees online. This streamlined system cuts out the time wasted waiting in lines and costly processes that were previously in place.

The Myanmar Tourist e-Visa is an official document issued electronically by the Government of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar. Applicants will receive their visas via email, after filling the application form with the necessary information and once the online credit card payment is completed.

Required Documents to Apply
  • Passport with at least 6 months of validity

  • A scanned color copy of passport bio page

  • A recent color passport-sized digital photo

  • Credit/debit card or PayPal account for payment

Important Instructions
  • As a national from Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Philippines, Thailand and Viet Nam, you DO NOT require a visa for tourist visits of UP TO 14 days if entering and departing from Yangon, Mandalay, or Naypyidaw International Airports. If you would like to stay in Myanmar over 14 days, or wish to enter or exit from ANY of the land border checkpoints, then please apply for the appropriate eVisa.

  • The passport-style color photo must have been taken in the last 3 months.

  • Myanmar Tourist e-Visa holders are allowed to stay in Myanmar for a maximum of 28 days in Total in Single Entry.

  • Travelers must have passports with at least 6 months of validity from the planned date of entry.

  • The Myanmar e-Visa is valid for 90 days after issued.


  • For children over 7 years old, or for those who already have an individual passport, the parent must apply separately for their e-Visa.

  • Children under 7 years old can travel to Myanmar without the need for an individual e-Visa if they meet the following requirements:

  1. The child must be accompanied by the parent/guardian.
  2. The child must be included in the parent/guardian’s passport.
  3. The details of the child must be included in the parent/guardian’s e-Visa.

IMPORTANT: Remember that when you travel with the e-Visa you can ONLY enter Myanmar through the following ports of entry:

3 International Airports:

  • Yangon International Airport
  • Mandalay International Airport
  • Nap Pyi Taw International Airport

5 International Land Border Checkpoints:

  • Tachileik Land Border
  • Myawaddy Land Border
  • Kawthaung Land Border
  • Tamu Land Border
  • Rih Khaw Dar Land Border

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Frequently Asked Questions

No, you don't. As of today, COVID vaccination passports or certificates are not a mandatory to enter Myanmar. Since information may change quickly, we advise you to follow up on the latest Myanmar travel updates and/or contact your local embassy.
COVID test prior to arrival: PCR within 72 hours
  • Quarantine requirements: 7 days in a government facility/designated hotel for fully vaccinated travelers and 10 days for unvaccinated travelers
  • Quarantine testing: PCR on days 3 and 7
The Myanmar electronic visa, or e-Visa Approval Letter, is a mandatory travel requirement for foreign nationals from qualifying countries who wish to visit the Republic of Myanmar for tourism purposes.

We require the following to submit your information:

  • Passport with at least 6 months validity from the planned date of entry.
  • Passport-style color photo taken within 3 months of your application.
  • A debit/credit card for payment.



The Tourist e-Visa costs USD 50.00. Additionally, there is a service fee of USD 25.00 for standard processing. For rush processing and super rush processing the service fee is USD 55.00 and USD 85.00, respectively.
It depends on the processing time you choose. We offer three options:
  1. Standard Processing: 3 Business Days
  2. Rush Processing: 2 Business Days
  3. Super Rush Processing: 12 hours
The Myanmar tourist e-Visa is valid for 90 days after issued. This means you must enter Myanmar within 90 days after issued. It is a Single Entry visa and allows for a maximum stay of 28 days in Total.

A yellow fever vaccine is required if traveling from a country with risk of yellow fever transmission.

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Applicant’s passport should have at least 6-months validity from the time of entry into Myanmar and at least one blank page.
Your e-Visa will only be valid for 90 days after issued. If you already know your arrival date in Myanmar, you can start applying immediately with iVisa. We will initiate your application at the right time so your e-Visa is valid during your whole stay in Myanmar.
Your e-Visa will only be valid for 90 days after issued. If you already know your arrival date in Myanmar, you can apply with iVisa at any time. We will review your application for accuracy and process your application at the right time so that your e-Visa is valid during your entire stay in Myanmar.
As a national from Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Philippines, Thailand and Viet Nam, you DO NOT require a visa for tourist visits of UP TO 14 days if entering and departing from Yangon, Mandalay, or Naypyidaw International Airports.If you would like to stay in Myanmar over 14 days, or wish to enter or exit from ANY of the land border checkpoints, then please apply for the appropriate eVisa.
It is only valid for a Single Entry.
The following nationalities are eligible: Algeria, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Bangladesh, Belarus, Belgium, Bhutan, Bolivia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada (Canadian), Chile, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cote d'Ivoire, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Ecuador, Egypt, Eritrea, Estonia, Fiji, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Ghana, Greece, Guatemala, Guinea, Hungary, Iceland, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Korea, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Maldives, Malta, Mauritius, Mexico, Monaco, Mongolia, Morocco, Nepal, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Pakistan, Panama, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand (Thai Citizens), Turkey, Uganda, Ukraine, United Kingdom (UK Citizens)(British), United States (US Citizens)(Americans), Uruguay, Uzbekistan, Venezuela
Normal entry stamp which is approximately 1.5x1.5 inches will be used.
You need to apply for your tourist visa at your nearest Myanmar consulate/embassy.
You don't need a booking to apply online. However, foreign nationals must stay in registered hotels, motels, inns, guest houses or resorts.
There are restrictions to where you can use the e-Visa. The only available ports of entry into Myanmar with the e-Visa are as follows:
  1. One of the 3 International Airports: Yangon, Mandalay, Nay Pyi Taw
  2. One of the 5 International Land Border Checkpoints: Tachileik, Myawaddy, Kawthaung, Tamu-Moreh, Rih Khaw Dar-Zokhawthar
Children under 7 must apply with an adult. There are no additional costs – they will be added to your Myanmar Tourist e-Visa at no extra cost, thus the total amount will still be USD 50 per person (excluding the service fee).
No. If you are visiting Myanmar via cruise/boat, please contact your travel agent for a pre-arrangement Visa on Arrival. You can NOT not use the Myanmar e-Visa to enter Myanmar via seaport
The maximum stay allowed is 28 days in Total.
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