Yes, all foreigners do. Contact the Myanmar Embassy or connect with us for the visa. Your passport should be valid for at least 6 months. We give our clients all necessary information related to the visa.
Yes, for spending in smaller places, you should get some local currency at the airport itself, if you haven’t already. USD and Euros are the only other foreign currencies that are accepted in some places. The currency should be clean and unfolded and not crumpled.
You can, but you will probably miss out on a lot. Apart from making sure you have a great sightseeing experience, your guide also ensures there are no obstacles that crop up and that your safety is ensured at all times.
It is available but you may find it slow and some international sites may be barred. You will not be allowed to get a personal connection on your device; you can access the internet through cyber cafes or the hotel’s business centre, if there is one.
GSM network is not provided to foreigners so even if you carry your phone, you won’t be able to use it. In fact, you may be asked to deposit it at customs on entry, to be picked up on return. You can call internationally from your hotel but the rates will be very high, even up to 8 USD per minute starting from the second you finish dialling.
You can sample a variety of cuisines provided by local restaurants and hotels. Some people find the local food too oily, in which case you can opt for western food, which is easily available in all the tourist cities. All tour packages include breakfast. The bigger hotels offer buffet breakfasts and the smaller ones offer a simple continental breakfast.