Greetings from Myanmar (Burma)
Saying our people's traditional greeting word 'Mingalarbar'. Mingalarbar means the auspiciousness and it is a deep meaningful word for greeting each other in our Myanmar society.
Myanmar was knowen as Burma during the colonial time and it is still known as the old name among foreign travellers. Its name is changed in 1989 when all the colonial name of Streets and towns were renamed. As British Colony for about 100 years and gained its independent in 1948.
Situated in South East Asia and neighbouring with 5 countries (Thailand, Laos, China, India, and Bangladash. Country of 55Million population with its 8 main nationalities and 135 different ethnic groups.
Myanmar stretches from the sparkling islands of the Andaman Sea in the south right up into the Eastern Himalayan mountain range. Virgin jungles, snow-capped mountains and pristine beaches, combined with a rich and glorious heritage spanning more than two thousand years.
You can visit Myanmar all the year round but the best time to come is between October and February as the weather during this period is neither too hot nor wet. Since rainy days and cloudy days just over, so you can explore and taking pictures of my country better than ever.
A valid Passport with Entry Visa is required of all visitors. A Tourist Visa allows a stay of 28 days, extendible for an additional 14 days. A Business Visa allows a stay of 28 days, extendible up to 12 months on a case-by-case basis. Visa on Arrival is granted on prior arrangement.