Visa policy of Myanmar
Visa policy map
On the basis of reciprocity, nationals of the following 6 countries and jurisdictions do not require a visa to enter Myanmar for visits up to 14 days:
Myanmar launched an eVisa system on 1 September 2014. Visas issued online are currently available to select nationalities, for tourism only. They are issued for a fee within 5 working days and their validity period is three months from the date of issuance. eVisas allow a single entry of up to 28 days and arrival must be via one of the following airports — Yangon, Nay Pyi Taw or Mandalay. Myanmar intends to gradually expand the eVisa system for more nationalities, and other types of visas and entry points as the process improves. In the future the service will be expanded to include the four overland crossings with Thailand at Myawaddy, Tachileik, Kawthaung and Htee Khee. The list of eligible countries was twice expanded, once in October 2014 and once in January 2015.
Eligible nationalities are:
1 – Including all classes of British nationality.
2 – Normally visa exempt up to 14 days.
Holders of diplomatic and official/service passports of Bangladesh, Belarus, Brunei, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, North Korea, South Korea, Laos, Malaysia, Mongolia, Philippines, Russia, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Vietnam do not require a visa for Myanmar.
Visa on arrival
Visa on arrival may be available for citizens from 48 countries if flying into Yangon International Airport or Mandalay International Airport. However, some travel sites are claiming that the Visa on arrival is either no longer available or not reliable 
Myanmar Airways claims that nationals of all countries and jurisdictions may obtain a tourist visa on arrival valid for 28 days provided they are arriving at Yangon International Airport on a specific flight on Myanmar Airways International from Guangzhou, though this seems to conflict with the Myanmar Visa on Arrival requirements.
- Myanmar and Brunei Bring in Mutual Visa Exemption
- Myanmar, Cambodia agree on mutual visa exemption for ordinary passport holders
- Visa-free entry to Myanmar for Filipinos to be effective in January
- Burma to Launch Online Visa System for Tourists
- Myanmar targets 5 million tourists with e-visa
- Ministry to expand e-visa to more nations, airports
- E-Visa Service to be Offered for 6 Additional Entry Points
- Phuket News: Myanmar expands visa on arrival list
- Myanmar Government site: Required Terms for Visa on Arrival
- Trip Advisor: Myanmar VOA
- Myanmar visa on arrival
- Myanmar eVisa, Ministry of Immigration and Population