Myanmar is fast becoming a land of abundant business opportunities and a growing tourism destination. Unfortunately entering Myanmar is not as convenient as other countries because the government still tightly regulates all forms of entry.
The good news is that Ulink has an office in Yangon and is able to provide all the necessary documents for a secure Visa on Arrival (VOA) and Tourist Entry Visa.
Which visa is right for me?
Here are 3 things travellers must know before traveling to Yangon
Everyone needs a visa to enter (unless you are a diplomat)
Regardless of which country you are from, you will need a visa to enter Myanmar. The government enforces high standards of security and failure to adhere to the application requirements often results in travellers being turned back at the Yangon Airport.
VOA is for business travellers only
To make Myanmar more accessible to foreign investors, the VOA scheme was established to offer the "Apply Today, Fly Tomorrow" option. Unfortunately this feature is only for business related activities.
To find out more about Yangon VOA: Insider's guide
For tourists - Get an entry visa in Singapore
Many tourists from America, Europe and Asia usually have connecting flights in Singapore. Since a short stay in Singapore is necessary, most of them prefer to process their entry visas while transiting in Singapore.
How can Ulink help?
Processing more than 800 visas yearly since 1996, Ulink is uniquely able to provide all the necessary supporting documents for VOA applications and tourist entry visas from anywhere in the world.
Our clients trust us because we are:
|Reliable:||We use our experience to anticipate problems and reduce the chance of rejection|
|Convenient:||We act as your intemediary with all government entities|
|Secure:||We are a well-capitalized company based in Yangon and Singapore|
|We do not use outsourced runners therefore the risk of document loss is minimized|
Are you unsure about the visa requirements to Yangon?
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