Friday, July 19, 2019

What we need for traveling to Myanmar

Myanmar is still new to lots of tourists so in this article “what we need for traveling to Myanmar” will help tourists have a wonderful trip. Below is things tourists need when traveling to Myanmar

Visitor visa

As agreement signed on October, 2013 by Vietnam’s government and Myanmar’s, if Vietnamese tourists’ valid passport of over 6 months, they will be exempted to make Myanmar’s visa for 14 days. To other foreigners, they can pay money for visa at consulates and embassies if they are not the ones who are exempted for visa


Myanmar uses Kyats as their currency. Kyats has many money value such as 1000, 500, 200, 100, 90, 50, 45, 10, 5 and 1. In Myanmar, only big stores and commercial malls accept USD for payment. Therefore, tourists should exchange into Kyats to buy anything in Myanmar


Myanmar is the country of Buddha so there are many pagodas, towers and temples as tourist destinations. Tourists should prepare the polite clothes when visiting these destinations. Besides, the weather in Myanmar is pretty hot, especially in the central region so tourists should prepare some clothes with cool and sweat-absorbing fabric materials


A pair of sport shoes and a pair of sandals are enough for tourists to discover Myanmar. Sport shoes will be for visiting around the pagodas and temples on foot. Sandals will for walking in the evening or moving on a boat if tourists pay a visit to Inle lake

Common medicine

It is necessary to prepare some common kinds of medicine for common sickness such as flu, carsick and personal treatment when traveling to Myanmar. Tourists should not drink iced water in street stalls and eat seafood when it is too hot or in the places off the beach

Tourist map

Tourist map preparation will help tourists easily identify or find locations where they want to go or the route they need to move in a luxury Myanmar tour. Some famous tourists destinations in Myanmar attracting the great number of tourists are Yangon, Mandalay, Bagan, Inle lake, Ubein bridge and Golden pagodas

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