To enter Myanmar, a passport valid for at least six months beyond the date of intended departure is required by all nationals.
Visas for Myanmar are required by all nationals except visa free countries. Most of nationals are eligible to apply online for an eVisa. You must enter at Myanmar at Yangon, Nay Pyi Taw or Mandalay international airports or at Tachileik, Myawaddy or Kawthaung land border checkpoints. You are advised to contact the embassy for visa requirements for Myanmar.
A visa on arrival service exists, but it is only available to those needing transit visas, business visas or entry visas for participating in certain events or meetings. It is not suitable for tourists, since it requires additional supporting documents (for example confirming the nature of the business being conducted). It is only available to a limited number of nationalities.
Types and Cost
eVisa: US$50; business eVisa: US$70.
Tourist visa in advance: £14.
Single-entry business visa in advance: £20; six-month multiple-entry business visa in advance: £100; 12-month multiple-entry business visa in advance: £200.
eVisa/tourist visa: 28 days within three months of issue; business eVisa/single-entry business visa: 10 weeks within three months of issue; multiple-entry business visa: 10 weeks within six or 12 months of issue.
A visa on arrival, costing US$20 and valid for 24 hours, is theoretically available for those in transit who have evidence of an onward flight. The service is periodically withdrawn however, and airline staff may not allow you to fly into Myanmar without a visa in your passport.
Consulate (or consular section at embassy) or, if eligible, online (http://evisa.moip.gov.mm). If you apply for an eVisa, you must print out the approval letter and bring it with you to show immigration officers.
Allow three to five working days for visa processing if applying to the embassy and three days if applying online.
Entry with pets
Pets must be accompanied by a health certificate and inspected at the airport’s animal quarantine counter. For cats and dogs the health certificate must show that the animal has been vaccinated against rabies at least a month before arrival.
Our visa and passport information is updated regularly and is correct at the time of publishing, but critical information should be verified with the relevant embassy before travel.
Credit to World Travel Guide