Myanmar’s developing electronic visa process allows travelers to delve into Buddhism, sightseeing, emerging trends, fine gemstones, and investment opportunities
Miami, FL (PRWEB) December 14, 2015
In November 2015, the TTR weekly, http://www.ttrweekly.com/site/2015/07/myanmar-extends-e-visa-to-business/, announced that Myanmar's new government was opening its doors to the world. Business Electronic visas are now accepted.
The National League for Democracy (NLD) won a landslide majority in Myanmar’s Parliament, http://www.cnn.com/2015/11/11/asia/myanmar-elections. The NLD understands the need for easy trade and entry into their country without the red tape of traditional visa applications. With e-visa applications now open for residents of 50 countries who wish to travel on business or tourist visas, it is clear that the country is open for business.
Booming Tourism and the eVisa
The new Government is promoting tourism, commerce, and investment opportunities in Myanmar. Where just a few years ago tourists were scant and attractions largely deserted, now the country is beginning to hum with life. Burmese cuisine can now be found everywhere, from food carts on every street to gourmet restaurants. Myanmar’s export trade has also received a boost with the increased exposure to world-renowned sapphires and jade, luxury construction materials such as teak, and petroleum products.
Know What is Needed
Myanmar’s developing electronic visa process allows travelers to delve into Buddhism, sightseeing and investment opportunities more quickly and easily than ever before. Online visa companies, such as iVisa, are available to streamline the visa application process and get travelers on the road or in the air as quickly as possible. Those new to the process of applying for an electronic visa are encouraged to work with just such a professional service to ensure that the documentation is correct, timely, and meets the necessary deadlines. Myanmar is opening to the world and iVisa’s new Myanmar Passport and Visa service, can help you get there.