How to get your visa for Myanmar online

aturday morning, Simon ad Oli just received their new motorbike a few days earlier and it was time for their first trip! As riding a bike in Bangkok can be chaotic, we decided to head south of Bangkok where google maps show more greenery!

Our two main sights would be to visit the Phra Chulachomkhlao Fort (ป้อมพระจุลจอมเกล้า) and the Ban Sa Khla Village.

Note: If you don’t have your own transportation, the following trip could be done by renting a taxi for the whole day.

How to get your Evisa for Myanmar

All you need to do is go to the official government website right here: https://evisa.moip.gov.mm/, emphasis on official as there some phony websites out there that will just charge you double or triple the price of what you would pay on the official website.

True story, one of our friends that was about to get his visa was complaining on our ‘Myanmar whatsapp group’ that the visa was really expensive at 100 bucks.

The price on the official website is $50 (USD) and you can pay with your credit card, isn’t that awesome ?

Once you finish your application you will receive a first e-mail acknowledging your application and your payment with the application and payment reference number.
In our case we received the confirmation in literally 24 hours after the application.

This e-mail has as attachment your approval letter that you will need to show both at the Airport when you leave whichever country you’re in (if the clerks are doing their job) and when you land in Myanmar.

I had completely forgotten to print the damn thing before leaving, but luckily they were able to process it from the file I’d saved in my phone. Save the planet !

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