Photogallery      Map       Contact us      Yu's Lotus Shop

Language - English  Language - Japanese                


Getting to Myanmar


  1. To show your passport, entry-visa , disembarkation card and other relevant documents to the officers at the immigration counter (foreigners' section)

  2. To pick up your luggage taken in by the conveyor belt.

  3. To declare, if any, electrical goods / camera/ jewellery and foreign currencies at the customs counter.

  4. To settle customs duties, if required, through the red channel.

  5. To let customs preventive officers inspect your luggage.


  1. To get your ticket confirmed at the airlines concerned.

  2. To pay the airport tax ( 10 US$ in cash ) at the airlines counter.

  3. To show your passport and air ticket at the counter of the airlines concerned so as to receive your boarding pass.

  4. To let the immigration officer examine your passport and embarkation card.

  5. To submit your passport and declaration from at the customs counter.

  6. To let the customs preventive officers inspect your luggage

  7. To go through a body-search.


  1. Reconfirm your international air tickets before going-up country. 

  2. Visitors are requested to ignore tours who may approach you for offering guide services, for exchanging foreign currency into local currency, or for selling gems of a doubtful nature. The offers may appear attractive but could get you into trouble and spoil your visit.

  3. As there are strict Foreign Exchange Control Regulations. Tourists are advised to change their foreign currencies at the Banks , Airports and Hotels.

  4. Tourists are also advised to buy gems, jewellery and silverware at the Gems shops where you will be given a voucher with a permit for export.

  5. Always keep your Passport and money in secure places especially when travelling by train or by bus. Report all losses to the nearest Police Station as well as to your Embassy.

  6. Tourist are required to dress decently within the precincts of religious places. Foot-wear is strictly prohibited in pagodas & monasteries.


The acceptable Traveler's Cheques.

  1. American Express Traveler's Cheques.

  2. Bank of Tokyo Traveler's Cheques.

  3. CITI Corp Traveler's Cheques.

  4. Visa Traveler's Cheques.

  5. Bank of America Traveler's Cheques.

  6. National West Minister Bank Traveler's Cheques.

  7. First National CITI Bank Traveler's Cheques.

  8. Swiss Bankers Traveler's Cheques.

  9. Common Wealth Bank of Australia Traveler's Cheques.


The acceptable Credit Cards:

  1. Visa Credit Cards

  2. Diners Club Credit Cards


For the time being the issue of visas by consulates will be as follow.

  • Tourist visas: issued to F.I.T tourists as well as to groups of tourists whose itineraries are arranged thought Myanmar Travels & Tours.

  • Business visas: issued at Myanmar embassies and consulates general abroad.

  • Visa issued by representatives of Myanmar in: Australia (Canberra), Bangladesh  (Dhaka), Canada (Ottawa), People's Republic of China (Beiging, Kunmin), C.I.S / Former U.S.S.R (Moscow), Egypt (Cairo), France (Paris), Germany (Bonn), Hongkong, India (New Delhi), Indonesia (Jakarta), Israel (Telavic), Italy (Rome), Japan (Tokyo), Laos (Vientiane), Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur), Nepal (Katmandu), Pakistan (Islamabad), Philippines (Manila), Singapore, South Korea (Seoul), Sri Link (Colombo), Switzerland (Geneva), Thailand (Bangkok), United Kingdom (London), U.S.A (New York, Washington), Vietnam (Hanoi), and Yugoslavia (Belgrade).


Home    Profile    Tour Programs     Tour Reservation       Highlights     Hotels     Hotel Reservation
Travel  Information     Photo gallery      Map       Contact us      Yu's Lotus Shop

Global Travel Service Tour - Myanmar Travel Agency

No. 206/207, 2nd Floor, Olympic Tower, Corner of Mahabandoola Rd & Bo Aung Kyaw St, Kyauk-ta-da TownshipYangon, Myanmar. Tel: (+951) 392537, 243123, 706363 Fax: (+951) 392653, 249609
E-mail: ,  Internet :


Web Developer: Myanmars.NET, Yangon, Myanmar.     Copyright 2008 by Global Travel Service Co., Ltd.