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International flights

Yangon International Airport (Mingalardon Airport) and Mandalay International Airport are the main International Airports in Myanmar. Yangon has direct air links with Bangkok, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Calcutta, Chiang Mai, Taipei, Kunming, Doha and Dhaka. Mandalay has a direct air link with Kunming.

Air Tickets

Travel to Myanmar we recommend to purchase the air tickets from the country which is your starting point in order to get the best airfare. No agent in Myanmar, or in another country, can offer you a better deal.

It is true and an attempt of International Airline regulation to prevent air-ticketing monopoly in one single region, so that world-wide local ticket agents can exist.

By Overland Overland entry with a Border Pass is permitted at the following Border Check Points: Tachileik and Kawthaung on the Myanmar-Thai border and Muse on the Myanmar-Yunnan (China) border.


Travel to Myanmar requires a valid passport of minimum 6 months. Tourist visa are issued for a duration of 28 days starting from the day you enter the country.

Every tourist can get the visa at the international points of entry and exit in Myanmar which are Yangon and Mandalay International Airport.


Myanmar travel

All foreign currencies (above US $ 2,000.-), jewelries, electrical goods and cameras must be declared to the Burma Customs at the Airport. Export of Myanmar antiques is totally prohibited. Only gems and jewelries purchased at the licensed dealers, or who can issue an export permit are allowed to be taken out of Myanmar. Travelers may bring in duty free 200 cigarettes, one quart of wine and one pint of perfume. You can bring your mobile phone with you, but the Burma‘s GSM system does not allow " international Roaming" so mobile phones from other countries do not work in Myanmar. Laptop computer can be brought in freely for the travelers’ own use.

Airport Tax

The airport tax is US $10.- for international passengers, payable in FEC (Foreign Exchange Certificates). There is no airport tax on domestic flights.


Travel to Myanmar you should bring: Sun hat, sun glasses, sun protection for your face and body, prescription medicines, insect repellent and an umbrella April to October (rain or shine). An antibiotic cream for minor cuts and scratches, extra pair of prescription glasses, a small flashlight and extra passport photos.


Travel to Myanmar you can wear Shorts, short skirts or revealing clothing are not appropriate especially when visiting temples or any religious site. Myanmar is a conservative Buddhist culture and improper dress can be offensive. Please dress with respect for the local culture. Lightweight, easy to care clothes of cotton and cool fabrics are ideal all year round. A winter sweater or jacket and socks may be needed in the cool season when visiting up country especially around Inle Lake and Kalaw when the weather can drop to near freezing during the night. Wear sensible walking shoes which can be easily removed when required. Shoes and socks must be removed at pagodas and monasteries so it is advisable to bring a pair of slippers.


Travel to Myanmar you should know these information: Government offices open from 10:00 to 16:00 on weekdays. Banking hours are from 10:00 to 14:00. Private companies work daily except Sunday and gazette holidays. Shopping centers and super markets open daily. The most famous Bogyoke (Scott) market is open daily from 10:00 to 16:00 except on gazette holidays.

Public Holidays (2007)

JAN 4 Independence Day
FEB 12 Union Day
MAR 2 Peasant’s Day
MAR 2 Full moon day of Tabaung
MAR 27 Armed Forces Day
APR 13-16 Thingyan Festival (Water Festival)
APR 17 Myanmar New year Day
APR 30 Full moon day of Kason
MAY 1 May Day (Workers’ Day)
JUL 19 Martyrs’ Day
JUL 29 Full moon day of Waso
JUL 30 Beginning of Buddhist Lent
OCT 26 End of Buddhist Lent (Thadingyut Festival of Lights)
NOV 24 Tazaungdaing Festival of Lights
DEC 04 National Day
DEC 25 Christmas Day
JAN 8, 2008 Karin New Year


Myanmar is a Land of Festivals: a festival for every month of the year. Most festivals are cultural and religious. Majority are nation-wide celebrated while a few are distinctly regional. The dates of the festivals and special events are determined by the Lunar Year.


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Travel to Myanmar you can use rice or noodles as staple dishes, usually served with a variety of side dishes: curries with meat or fish, vegetables, salads, soup, condiments etc. Myanmar curries tend to be less chili-hot than those served in Thailand, In order to give travelers a true feeling for the Burma, Restaurant and food are carefully selected for hygiene as well as gastronomic considerations. Meals & drinks at International Hotels are considerably expensive. There are many good local restaurants with almost the same quality of food and hygiene as hotels but at reasonable prices.

Most of the restaurants in the major cities serve various dishes of Chinese, European,Thai and Indian cuisine. Myanmar dishes are oily, sour, salty and spicy. There are also a wide variety of local snacks and delicacies. Mouk-hin-kha (thin rice noodles served with fish gravy) and Ohn-noh-khauk-swe (noodles served with chicken chunks and coconut gravy) are the most popular in Myanmar. Shan food and delicacies also are available. Shan style of cooking belongs neither to Myanmar nor Chinese nor Thai cuisine but they taste really good in their own way.

Cultural Shows

Much of the Burmese theatrical arts have been influenced by U Po Sein, one of the greatest dancers of all time. He started the dancing of the Jatakas -- the stories of Buddhas several lives before he reached Buddha hood. Before his time, the Jakatas were danced only by puppets for humans were too sinful to perform such holy stories. However, Po Sein was so sincere in his act and his religion that he was allowed by the Sangha to dance the stories.

There are several basic dance moves and postures an aspiring dancer has to learn. Chin up, chest out, bottoms up, knees bend is a strict to rule to follow by. In addition, a smile has to be always on the face, unless otherwise required by the particular dance. Burmese dance requires the movement of every body part that one has. From the eye to the chin, from the shoulders to the fingers, and from the waist to the feet. There can be lively music that requires much jumping, or there can be classical music that requires much grace. Indeed, although at a glance, the dance may look easy, learning it can prove to be hard.

As modern popular music and culture penetrates into Burma, the Burmese theatrical and performing arts have decreased in popularity among the Burmese youths. However, those who know the value of the Burmese dances can appreciate the beauty they depict. The Burmese dances tell a long story that goes hand in hand with the Burmese history.


Myanmar Travel will offer you many souvenirs such as arts and crafts, mostly pure hand-made, are best souvenirs. Lacquer ware, woodcarvings, tapestries, silverware, brassware, silk and cotton fabrics and shoulder bags are some of the favorite items.

For jewellery, there is Burma rubies, sapphires, jade and pearls available at Myanmar gems shops. All gems and jewellery purchased should be made through the government licensed dealers, who can give a voucher for export.

Bargaining is essential for obtaining the reasonable prices. Possible price reductions of up to 50% are not uncommon.
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