Burma Now Issues Genuine Visas on Arrival
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Burma Now Issues Genuine Visas on Arrival

Are you planning a holiday diving in Burma? The news is all good: Myanmar has now implemented a genuine “Visa on Arrival” system, which is available to all nationalities at a fee of US$ 30 for 28 days. Tourist visas have been available at Yangon and Mandalay international airports since 1 May 2010.

This new system is a great start to improving tourism service in the area. In addition, direct flights now operate between Hanoi and Yangon on Vietnam Airlines, Air Bagan is operating flights to Chiang Mai and the railway facilities for travellers to Bagan have been upgraded by Myanmar Railways.

Doesn’t that make Burma diving sound more appealing to you? Contact Dive The World right away to find about more about the liveaboards we offer in Burma.
Call us on +66 (0)94 582 7973 / (0)83 505 7794 or you could send us an email.

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