• Myanmar's junta to permit tourists to apply for visas

    9 days ago - By Travel and Tourworld

    Myanmar shut down its borders to visitors in March 2020 just after the breakout of the coronavirus pandemic to prevent surging infection caseloads.
    Myanmar's junta will permit tourists to apply for visas after a hiatus of more than two years. Myanmar became inaccessible further after the army toppled the civilian government of Aung San SuuKyi in February 2021, giving rise to huge protests.
    In order to develop the tourism sector, e-Visa applications will be permissible and accepted from 15 May 2022. However, details regarding when the first visitors could be expected were not...
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  • After 2 years, Myanmar introduces e-visas

    After 2 years, Myanmar introduces e-visas

    9 days ago - By Travel and Tourworld

    At last Myanmar will be accepting applications regarding e-visa by tourists after the pandemic. The Ministry, Immigration and Population, Myanmar, unveiled that their services related to e-visa would kick-start from May 15th. In April, after the Government resumed international flight services, this decision was made.
    In Myanmar, as the rate in Covid-19 positive cases have finally gone down, for foreign travellers, this e-visa reopening service comes a boon. From April 1st, applications for business e-visas are being accepted. In 2014, applying for e-visas started, following is the website...
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