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On 17 April 2022, after more than two years’ closure, Myanmar opened its borders to international travellers, resumed commercial flights and started to accept e-visa applications. Domestically, Myanmar authorities have waived the most of Covid-19 restrictions but face masks are still compulsory in public places.

Although international arrivals are currently restricted to Yangon International Airport, national and foreign airlines (MAI, MNA, Thai Air Asia, Thai Smile, Singapore Airlines, Malaysia Airlines) operate regular flights to/from the following cities : Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Dubai, Seoul, New Delhi, Kolkata, Tokyo.

Below is the updated list of the entry requirements to Myanmar :

1/ Visa (both tourist and business visa could be applied online via www. evisa.moip.gov.mm/). Passport validity is minimum 6 months

2/ Proof of the return ticket (only for tourist e-visa, must be attached to the application)

3/ Proof of accommodation in Myanmar (only for tourist e-visa, must be attached to the application)

4/ Vaccination certificate

The following vaccines are accepted : CoronaVac, Moderna, AstraZeneca or Covishield, Pfizer, Janssen or Johnson & Johnson, Sinopharm, Sputnik V and Sputnik Lite, Covaxin, Myancopharm, Nuvaxovid, Covovax, CorBEvax

Children below 12 years old are exempted from this requirement if they travel with fully vaccinated parents or guardians

5/ Negative PCR test issued no more than 72 h before arrival to Myanmar

6/ Inbound travel accident insurance with Covid-19 coverage issued via Myanmar Insurance (www.mminsurance.gov.mm)

International medical insurance certificates are not accepted for entry to Myanmar


Upon arrival to Myanmar passengers will have to pass a rapid Covid-19 test at Yangon International airport (result is giving within 1 h, price is 15 000 MMK).

After receiving a negative test result, they are free to start their journey in Myanmar!



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