How To Apply Myanmar Visa in Malaysia

Normally there is no need to get a Visa for visiting ASEAN countries. However in reality,  Malaysian need a visa to enter Myanmar. This one I don’t understand.

I read in the paper that the visa to visit Myanmar shall be abolish.

I’m not sure when this will be happening. For now, all Malaysian need to apply Visa before visiting Myanmar.

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I got my Visa done at Ever Fine Services (M) Sdn. Bhd in Kuala Lumpur.

You may apply in the Myanmar Embassy in Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur too as all my other friends in my travel group did this at the Embassy.

They paid Net RM140 without any GST and Same day Visa collection.

Through a special mandate by the Embassy of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar, EVER FINE is granted the authority to process the travel visa for visitors wishing to travel to Myanmar.


There are few type of VISA:

  1. Tourist Visa
  2. Business Visa
  3. Multiple Visa
  4. Social Visit Visa
  5. Meditation Visa


In this post, the focus will be on Tourist Visa.

The Tourist Visa have only one option which is on a single entry.

There is no Multiple Visa for Tourist Visa. Therefore if you wish to visit Myanmar three times in a few months then you got to apply 3 Tourist Visa.

Myanmar (Burma): a travel documentary


The tourist visa applicant must duly fill and sign the applicant form and affix the two white colour background photos on it.

Tourist may only stay in hotels and guesthouses during their stays in Myanmar.

The necessary documents are:

– Original Passport with at least 6 months validity
– A photocopy of Passport
– A photocopy of IC/PR/EP/Student Pass
– Air Ticket (Return ticket)
– Birth Certificate for the child

Mynmar Visa

Tourist Visas are valid for 3 months from the date of issue.

A tourist visa allows a stay of 28 days from the date of arrival, (extendable for an additional 14 days).

When I apply the visa, Air Ticket (Return ticket) and A photocopy of IC were NOT required in my case. It cost me Net RM141.80

Breakdown of the Visa Cost:

Visa Fee = RM110

Service Fee = RM30

GST = RM1.80

Total= RM141.80

Should you submit the complete document before noon, the Visa shall be ready for collection by 4.30pm on the same day.

Ever Fine Services office is located opposite of McDonald’s Jalan Tun Perak and nearby to Masjid Jamek LRT Interchange Station.



Ever Fine Services (M) Sdn. Bhd

Address :

No. 19-21, M-Floor,

Jalan Tun Perak,

50000 Kuala Lumpur.

Telephone: 03-2026 4075


Myanmar Embassy in Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur

Address :

No.8C, Jalan Ampang Hilir, 55000 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Telephone: +603-42516355

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A fascinating view into one of the worlds most enigmatic territories and its culture with no more than backpack and curiosity, a trek that takes you from the city to the wilderness. Painting you a picture of the yet widely undiscovered and unmentioned side of Myanmar.

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