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Q. How can I get Myanmar Visa?

A.  You can get visa at Myanmar Embassy in your country or we can do the pre-arranged visa on arrival.

Q. How long does it take to get visa at Myanmar Embassy?

A. Basically, it takes one or two weeks to get the visa at Myanmar Embassy but sometimes it takes more than two weeks.

Q. How long does it take to get visa on arrival?

A. If you give us require information to apply visa on arrival, it takes about one week.

Q. How much is a Visa on Arrival fee?

A. It costs $30 official fees + our service charges.

Q. How long can I stay with Tourist Visa in Myanmar?

A. Officially, you can stay 28 days and if you want to extend your visa, you can extend only 2 weeks. You need to pay US$ 3 per day at Yangon International Airport Immigration counter before you departure.

Q. How many hours different between Myanmar from GMT?

A. Myanmar standard time is GMT + 6 ½ hours.

Q. If I made early booking of the tour package from your company, what kind of advantages can I get?

A. In these years, the numbers of tourists are increasing. So it is more difficult to deal with hotels, rental cars, tour guides and etc. If you make early booking, you will be receiving quality services at competitive prices wherever you go in Myanmar. We will provide good quality hotels, good and experienced guides who can give you the exactly information whatever you want to know in language you understand. We can provide you the delicious meals in good restaurants with good hygiene. You don’t need to waste your time for waiting the transportation; we will send you with air-conditional vehicles wherever you want to go in Myanmar.

Q. During our stay in Myanmar, we would like to see the nature, culture and history of your country and the life style of people. So can you arrange us the very good program which I request?

A. We can arrange you the complete and good program including major sightseeing, a variety of religious, historic monuments, a rich cultural and artistic heritage and beautiful scenery. We can arrange you to visit interesting local markets, festivals, Myanmar traditional handicrafts industries. We will arrange you to try different traditional food in different parts of Myanmar. You can also study the way of the life of the people in their environment. If you want to see more interesting places in Myanmar, we can add in your program. When you go back from Myanmar, you won’t feel any disappointed and unsatisfied for our program. You will return with a big smile on your face when you return back from Myanmar.

Q. What is the quality of Hotels in Myanmar?

A. The standards of accommodation in Hotels are vary widely especially in quality and availability. Some New and refurbished hotels are meeting with international standards and most of that hotels are located in Yangon, Mandalay, Bagan, Inle Lake, Kyaing Tong, Ngapali beach, Ngwe Saung beach and Chaung Tha beach. Some hotels are very basic and simple in the rest of the city.

Q. What is the quality of the food in Myanmar?

A. In some good restaurants, the meals are delicious. They care hygiene of the meals. You can get various kinds of Beverages. They give you the good customer service. I would like to give you the advise is avoiding the food from some hawker food.

Q. Are there any good shopping places in Myanmar?

A. There are some shopping places in Myanmar. You can buy Myanmar arts and crafts, mostly handmade. These are lovely souvenirs, Lacquer ware, woodcarvings, tapestries, silverware, brassware, silk and cotton fabrics and shoulder bags are some of the popular items. Myanmar rubies, sapphires, jade and pearls are available in Myanmar Gems and Jewelry shop. You must buy all gems and jewelry from Government licensed dealers who can give a voucher for export. Bargaining is essential for obtaining reasonable prices.

Q. What is the weather like in Myanmar?

A. Myanmar is humid and has 3 seasons, Summer (February to April), Rainy (May to September) and Winter (October to January). You should bring raincoats or umbrella in the Rainy Season.

Q. Can I bring my credit card in Myanmar?

There are currently over 600 ATMS around Myanmar. Visa cardholders can withdraw local currency from ATMS. Master Card and Visa Card increasingly accepted in some hotels, restaurants and stores specifically around Yangon, Bagan, Mandalay and Inle Lake. Our advice is bringing the cash is the better than using credit cards.

Q. Can I use my mobile phone in Myanmar?

A. There are no international roaming services in Myanmar. You cannot use your mobile phone in Myanmar but you can buy cheaper phone sim cards in Myanmar. It cost $20 per sim card. You can use that sim card around in Myanmar.

Q. Is internet available in Myanmar?

A. Internet services are available in some hotels and restaurants. There are some internet cafe in some cities. The speeds of the connections are not good enough like the other country.

Q. Are there any compulsory vaccinations for travel to Myanmar?

A. There are no compulsory vaccinations for travel to Myanmar but our advise to take precautions against malaria. In some areas, the prescription drugs are not widely available. Travelers should bring any required medication with them. Insect repellents are highly recommended. Hat and sunscreen are advisable because the sun is very hot.

Q. Can I bring my Laptop along with me?

A. You can bring your Laptop freely.

Q. What currency use in Myanmar and where can I easily exchange US dollars to Myanmar currency in Myanmar?

A. Myanmar currency is Kyats which is divided into 100 Pyas. You can easily exchange at Official exchange centre and Bank. The exchange rate may be vary. If you take bigger notes, you will get more exchange rates.

Q. How about the electricity in Myanmar?

A. When traveling to up country, the electricity is poor. Flash light is essential.

Q. What kinds of things do I need to avoid in Myanmar?

A. You shouldn’t drink tap water. Purified water bottles are available everywhere in Myanmar. Travelers are advised to keep away from touts who approach to exchange foreign currency. Foot wear must be avoided at Pagodas, Temples and Monasteries in Myanmar. Don’t take the photograph of military camps and soldiers.

Q. Do I need to give the tip during our trip?

A. You don’t need to give during your trip. Giving the tips or not giving the tips is depending on you. It is depending on how well you think they have been at your service.

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