Visa On Arrival (VOA)
For those who need Visas and have
difficulties in getting visa, AA Myanmar
Travel is pleased to provide visa on arrival
which is pre-arranged visa.
It is very quick and effective for your trip
by saving the time and just by applying
through the internet.
Just follow the procedures;
3. Please print that paper and show at the airline
to board the flight which is informed by us about your visa.
4. Our representative will be waiting you at Yangon
International airport with signboard of your name to help you in
getting visa stamp at the Immigration counter.
5. After getting your visa stamp in your passport,
we will help you in passing the customers and finish our service.
6. We are ready in arranging your travel plan such
as hotels and flights, etc.
These below information are needed to
provide to apply for visa on arrival :
( 1 ) Your full Name (Mr/Ms/Mrs)
( 3 )
( 4 )
( 5 )
( 6 )
7 ) Passport No
( 8 ) Passport issued date
( 9 ) Passport expired date
10 ) date of birth ( D - M - Y )
11 ) place of birth
( 12 ) occupation in native country
( 13 ) Permanent Address
( 14 ) purpose of visit to Myanmar
( 15 ) arrival / departure dates to / from Myanmar
( 16 ) flight number of arrival and
*** The payment is in USD at
Yangon International Airport and sometimes
are requested to make bank transfer.
For any further assist, please contact us at
Update News for the Tourists
YANGON, Feb. 26 (Xinhua) -- Myanmar will grant visa-on-arrival for
cross-border tourists entering by road from Teng Chong, southwestern Yunnan
province of China, to travel deep into Myanmar's tourist sites by air en
route the border town of Myitkyina in the northernmost Kachin state, local
media reported Thursday.
As part of its bid to promote cross-border tourism with China, Myanmar will
also grant such visa on arrival for tourists arriving Myitkyina through
chartered flights from Teng Chong international airport, as well as other
international airports of China to travel far up to such tourist sites as
Yangon, Mandalay, ancient city of Bagan and famous resort of Ngwe Saung, the
Weekly Eleven News said.
Normally, cross-border tourists from China are allowed to travel up to
Myitkyina only and formal visa is required for traveling deep into the
The introduction of the visa-on-arrival has removed difficulties for
tourists to obtain Myanmar visa from the Myanmar consulate-general stationed
in Kunming, the report said, setting that leaving Myanmar on return trip for
those who travel by road from Teng Chong to Myitkyina shall take the
original route of crossing back the border gate.
Myanmar's move also came after the inauguration of the 96-kilometer
Myitkyina-Kanpikete section in the Myanmar side in April 2007 and the Teng
Chong International Airport on Feb. 16 this year.
The overall 224-kilometer Myanmar-China cross-border road extends as
Myitkyina-Kanpikete-Teng Chong with the prior Myitkyina-Kanpikete section
lying on the Myanmar side, while the latter standing as a cross-border
section of Kanpikete-Teng Chong, which is a tunnel road.
The overall highway of Myitkyina-Teng Chong, which costs a total of 1.23
billion yuans, is regarded as a road of facilitating exchange and
cooperation to link China with India, Myanmar and Bangladesh.
Meanwhile, the Chinese tourism ministry formally opened up the border
tourism line of Teng Chong-Myitkyina on Nov. 3, 2008.
According to the 7-Day News, the opening of the facilities have brought
about 500 visitors per month and the number is expected to grow to 2,000 per
month in the coming years.
Official statistics show that in the first nine months of 2008, a total of
188,931 world tourists visited Myanmar, the number of which dropped by 24.9
percent compared with the corresponding period of 2007.