General Information

Trips To Myanmar

The Information provided below will help you prepare for the trip. Myanmar requires a visa for all foreigners visiting the country. It is valid for 28 days starting from the day you enter the country, Three months from the date of issue. Visitor can obtain a visa from Myanmar Embassies in the various countries. The international points of entry and exit Myanmar are Yangon International Airport and Mandalay International Airport. Show your passport (with valid entry visa) and disembarkation card on arrival to the Immigration officer at the International Airport (Yangon or Mandalay). A valid passport with Entry visa is required for all tourists & businessmen, applicable at any Myanmar Embassies and Consulate General Offices abroad.
 

Travel Tips
 
Types of Entry Visas

(1) Individual visa : Valid Passport with Entry Visa is required for all visitors to Myanmar. Visa can be obtained at any Myanmar Embassy or Consulate abroad.

(2) Package Tour visa : The Package Tour Visa needs the recommendation letter from the local tour operator at the time of visa applicaton. Visa fees is about US$ 20 in local currency.

(3) Visa on Arrival Clients who do not have time to apply for visa in their own country, we can arrange Visa on Arrival. We need the copy of client's passport with photo and personal details page, arrival day and flight to Yangon one month prior to the arrival day. Please bring 2 passport size photos with you.

(4) e-Visa

The following (43) countries are granted e-Visa for initial -

(1) Australia
(2) Bangladesh
(3) Belgium
(4) Brazil
(5) Brunei
(6) Cambodia
(7) Canada
(8) China
(9) CZECH
(10) Denmark
(11) Egypt
(12) Finland
(13) France
(14) Germany
(15) India
(16) Indonesia
(17) Israel
(18) Italy
(19) Japan
(20) Korea, DPR
(21) Korea, Republic
(22) Kuwait
(23) Laos
(24) Malaysia
(25) Nepal
(26) Netherlands
(27) New Zeland
(28) Norway
(29) Pakistan
(30) Philippines
(31) Poland
(32) Russia
(33) Saudi Arabia
(34) Serbia
(35) Singapore
(36) Spain
(37) Sri Lanka
(38) Switzerland
(39) Thailand
(40) Turkey
(41) United Kingdom
(42) United State of America
(43) Vietnam


The following (57) countries have been added from 02/October/2014 :

(1) Argentina
(2) Austria
(3) Bulgaria
(4) Chile
(5) Colombia
(6) Croatia
(7) Cyprus
(8) Estonia
(9) Greece
(10) Hungary
(11) Ireland
(12) Latvia
(13) Lithuania
(14) Luxembourg
(15) Malta
(16) Mongolia
(17) Panama
(18) Peru
(19) Portugal
(20) Romania
(21) Slovakia
(22) Slovenia
(23) Sweden
(24) Venezuela
(25) Albania
(26) Algeria
(27) Belarus
(28) Bhutan
(29) Bolivia
(30) Bosnia
(31) Cameroon
(32) Costa Rica
(33) Cote d’Ivoire
(34) Ecuador
(35) Eritrea
(36) Fiji
(37) Georgia
(38) Ghana
(39) Guatemala
(40) Guinea
(41) Iceland
(42) Jamaica
(43) Jordan
(44) Kazakhstan
(45) Kenya
(46) Kyrgyzstan
(47) Maldive
(48) Mauritius
(49) Mexico
(50) Monaco
(51) Morocco
(52) Qatar
(53) South Africa
(54) Uganda
(55) Ukraine
(56) Uruguay
(57) Uzbekistan


For more information http://evisa.moip.gov.mm
For initial, passengers with e-Visa are only permitted to enter at Yangon International Airport.
Now, e-Visa is extended to Nay Pyi Taw and Mandalay International Airports.
 

Visa Extension and Overstay

A two-week Tourist Visa extension is available in country. The overstay fine is USD-3 per day. A Business Visa, extendible up to 12 months on a case by case basis.

Exchange and Currency

Foreigners are recommended to bring US Dollars into Myanmar because who can exchange directly picture into Kyat. Euros may also be exchanged into FEC at authorised money changer. Please be warned that torn, dirty and stained notes might not be able to accepted. Myanmar currency is known as "Kyat" which comprises 100 pyas. For the convenience of the visitors, Foreign Exchange Certificates (FECs) are issued by the Central Bank of Myanmar to use during their stay. FECs are acceptable like US dollars by any person in the Union of Myanmar. It is printed on the note as 1FEC = 1USD.

Customs

All foreign currencies ( above US$ 2000 ), jewelleries, electrical goods and cameras must be declared to the Customs at the airport. Exports of antiques and archaeologically valuable items are prohibited. picture Only gems, jewelleries and silverware purchased at the authorized shops are allowed to be taken out. For visitors' convenience, there are Duty-Free Shops in the airport arrival and departure lounges. Duty free allowance are 2 Liters of liquor, 2 cartons of cigarettes, 100 cigars, 1.5 lb of tobacco, one pint bottle of perfume. Our GSM system does not allow "International Roaming" so your phone does not work in our country. If you bring a mobile phone, custom will keep it and issue a voucher to you. You have to claim it back on your departure. Laptop computer can be brought in freely for your own use.

Airport Departure Tax

Any passengers departing Myanmar on international flights will need to pay a departure tax US$ 10.00 per person. Departure tax is not charged for domestic flights.

Post and Telecommunication

Postal service in Myanmar to date is unreliable; letters and postcards to overseas sometimes do not picture reach their destinations. Mobile phones from other countries will not work in Myanmar. Most hotels have IDD lines, but charges are quite expensive. E-mail and internet are available in Myanmar. It can be used at a hotel or internet café in most of the tourist spots of our country.

Gratuities & Tipping

Myanmar's are genuinely happy to help foreign visitors don't expect anything to return. But if your guide picture or other person during your trip was especially kind or helpful a gratuity would be a generous gesture and greatly appreciated.

Electricity

Myanmar has 220-240 volts A.C. It is advisable to have torchlight in the hand baggage as power cuts picture frequently occur throughout the country. Most of the hotels have their own generators. Please travel with required protection for your electrical items.

Time

The entire country is picture 6:30 hours ahead of GMT; (UTC) 0:30 minutes behind Thailand 1:30 hours behind Singapore, Malaysia and Hong Kong.

Business hours

Banks open at 09:30 till 14:00, Monday through Friday. Government offices open at 09:00 till picture 16:30 Monday through Friday. Most private offices open at 09:30 till 17:00, Monday through Friday and 09:30 till 12:00 on Saturday. Most shops are open every day. An exception in Bogyoke Market (Scott Market) which is closed on Monday.

Shopping

Nowadays the number of super markets and departmental stores are rising, so its very convienent for any tourists to shop around. The stores have a variety of daily consumer products and other picture useful products. You can buy the best gems and jewellery in a good and reasonable price from authorised dealers and be sure to get a receipt which must be shown at Customs checkpoint at the airport. And also very famous Myanma Lacquer ware, woodcarvings, silverware, tapestries, textiles, paintings, brassware, silk, Shan shoulder bag and etc. are must buy favorite items in Myanmar. You cannot take back antiques. Better to avoid buying old-looking Buddha images even if they were made a week ago, as the Custom Office may not allow its export.

Health & Insurance

All travelers should visit their personal physician 4-8 weeks before your trip. There are several hospitals and clinics in Yangon, some of which are under the Ministry of Health and some are privately picture owned. The Pun Hlaing International Hospital is the first international hospital in Myanmar. As such it is only in developing stage for insurance of travelling and travellers. Travellers are advised to purchase insurance that will provide medical-evacuation coverage. Insurance will be available upon request. Such an insurance should absolutely cover the cost of an evacuation flight out of Myanmar (most of the time to Bangkok or Singapore) which is sometimes necessary either on a regular flight or on a special flight. For adventure tours, such as cycling, proof of purchase of a travel insurance policy will be required.

Comfort and Care

Mosquito repellent and sunscreen are a must. Don't forget to bring medication you would normally picture use in emergencies, such as antibiotics etc. Most medicines are available but may not the brand you normally use. Drink only pre-boiled water such as green tea or bottle water of reputable brands. Better to avoid ice cubes in the street. Avoid eating shellfish in hot weather, if you are not actually on the beach.

Food

In Myanmar, there are many reasonable restaurants. The food in Myanmar is a bit limited. In the picture most tourist spots of Myanmar, Chinese food, Indian food and Myanmar traditional food are available. In Yangon and Mandalay, Japanese food, Korean food and European cuisine are also available. Myanmar traditional food will consist streamed rice, curry, salads and soup.

What to Wear

› Light, casual cotton wear because of hot weather
› A cardigan or light jerkin, when visiting northern Myanmar in the cold season
› An umbrella during the rainy season
› Sandals or slippers
› Quick drying clothes are recommended if you visit during the rainy season or Thingyan
› The dress code for pagodas and monasteries prescribe decent apparel, no footwear is allowed when visiting pagodas and monasteries.

What to Bring

› Insect repellent
› Sun Block, sunglasses, hat, umbrella
› Personal Medical Kit

Cancellation Policy

In Myanmar, the cancellation policy of most hotels have twenty-one (21) days notice for groups and seven (7) days notice for individual travellers. And some have strict cancellation and deposit policies especially apply for bookings of River cruises and beach hotels.

Dos and Don'ts in Myanmar

Typical Character

» Friendly, helpful, honest, but proud.
» Treat everyone with respect and you will be respected.

Speaking

» When addressing people, don't leave out U ( which stands for Mr ) or Daw ( which stands for Ms/Mrs ).
» Speak slowly and clearly.

Manners

» Not always necessary to shake hands.
» Don't hug or kiss in public.
» Don't touch any adult on the head.
» Don't step over any part of a person, as it is considered rude.
» Accept or give things with your right hand.
» In Myanmar, unlike the Indian continent, nodding means YES, and shaking head means NO.

Eating

» For hygiene reasons, eat only in decent restaurants. When not available, always eat heated food.
» Don't eat food purchased from street vendors.
» Don't drink tap water.
» Drink only bottled water and soft drinks that haven't been opened yet.
» Let the oldest be served first.
» Chinese food is common and suggested.
» Myanmar food are often complained as 'oily'.
» To try good Myanmar food, go to decent restaurants in Yangon area, where they cook Myanmar food
according to international standards.

Shopping

» When buying gems, sculptures, or any expensive souvenir, make sure it comes with an export permit.
» Buy arts from authorized dealers only and get a certified receipt.


Safety

» Don't leave expensive items in your room. Use safe deposit box.
» Beware of cheats, swindlers, imposters.

Health

» Stay away from narcotic drugs.
» Carry some medicines for diarrhea.
» If sick, don't worry. All doctors are English literate.
» Health insurance is not available.

Traveling

» Accept that facilities may not be the best.
» On trains, keep windows shut.
» Speed or distance descriptions are in miles, not kilometers.
» Carry toilet paper in your bag.

Visiting

» Most Myanmar do not wear shoes in their homes. Take off when visiting.

Moving About

» Don't jay walk. Watch where you walk and what you step on.
» If driving, city speed limit is 30 mph. Drive on the right side.

Religion

» At religious places, remove footwear, but to remove headwear is not necessary.
» Avoid shouting or laughing.
» Avoid being a nuisance when taking photographs.
» Treat Buddha images with respect.
» Tuck away your feet. Don't point it toward the pagoda or a monk.
» Don't play loud music in these areas. Note that Buddhist monks are not allowed to listen to music.
» Do not put Buddha statues or images on the floor or somewhere inappropriate.
» Don't touch sacred objects with disrespect. Hold them in your right-hand, or with both hands.
» Leave a donation when possible.
» Show respect to monks, nuns, and novices ( even if they are children ).
» Don't offer your hand to shake hands with a monk.
» Sit lower than a monk and elders.
» Don't offer food to a monk, nun, or a novice after noon time.
» A woman should not touch a monk.

International Flights

Yangon has direct air-links with Bangkok, Singapore, Taipei, Beijing, Guongzhou, Kunming, picture Calcutta (Kolkata), Kualalumpur and Hanoi. The following airlines currently fly into Myanmar : Thai Airways International, Bangkok Airways, Thai Air Asia, Myanmar Airways International, Malaysia Airline, Silk Air, Air China Internatonal, China Eastern, Mandarin Airlines, Indian Airlines, Yunan Airline and Vietnam Airline.

Domestic Transportation

There is reliable private airlines such as Air Bagan, Air KBZ, Yangon Airways, Mann Yadanarpon, Air Mandalay, Asian Wings and Golden Myanmar Airline picture for domestic sectors in Myanmar. Baggage allowance on domestic flights limited to 20 kg.

Public Holidays (2017) in Myanmar

       Date

       Holiday Description

4 January
12 February
2 March
12 March
27 March
12 April - 21 April
13 April - 16 April
17 April
1 May
10 May
8 July
19 July
5 October
3 November
13 November
18 December
25 December
Independence Day
Union Day
Peasants Day
Tabaung Festival Day - Full Moon Day of Tabaung
Armed Forces Day
New Year Holiday
Thingyan Water Festival
Myanmar New Year
Labours Day
Kason Watering Festival - Full Moon Day of Kason
Dhammasakyar Day - Full Moon Day of Waso
Martyr's Day
Abhidhamma Day - Full Moon Day of Thadingyut
Tazaungdine Festival - Full Moon Day of Tazaungdine
National Day
Kayin New Year
Christmas Day
International Organizations in Myanmar
UNAIDS

Address
Tel

:
:

Rm 1223-1231, 12Fl - A, Traders Hotel, Yangon
951-252361


UNDP, UNFPA
WFP, UNOPS

Address
Tel
Fax
 

:
:
:
 

6, Natmauk Road, Bahan Tsp, Yangon
951-542911-19
951-545634
registry.mm@undp.org

UNHCR

Address
Tel
Fax
 

:
:
:
 

287, Pyay Road, Sanchaung Tsp, Yangon
951-524022, 524024, 524025, 504756
951-524031
myaya@unhcr.ch

UNIAP

Address
Tel
 

:
:
 

Rm 1202, 12 Fl, Traders Hotel, Yangon
951-242828
 

UNIC

Address
Tel
 

:
:
 

6, Natmauk Road, Bahan Tsp, Yangon 951-242828
951-542910-19
 

UNICEF

Address
Tel
Fax


 

:
:
:


 

14-15 Fl, Traders Hotel, Yangon
951-375527-32
951-375552
unicef.yangon@unicef.org
www.unicef.org/myanmar
 

UNODC

Address
Tel
Fax


 

:
:
:


 

11-A, Malikha Road, Ward 7, Mayangone Tsp, Yangon
951-666903, 660556, 660538, 660398
951-651334
fo.myanmar@unodc.org
www.unodc.org/myanmar
 

UNOPS

Address
Tel
Fax

:
:
:

6th Storey building, 4th floor, Strand Road, Yangon
951-380482, 380485
951-382410


WHO

Address
Tel
 

:
:
 

13th Floor, Traders Hotel, Yangon
951-241932, 250583-4
 

FAO

Address
Tel
Fax

 

:
:
:

 

Myanmar Agriculture Service, Insein Tsp, Gyogone, Yangon
951-641672, 641673
951-641561
fao-mmr@fao.org
 

ILO

Address
Tel
Fax

 

:
:
:

 

Rm 1211-1220, 12th Floor, Traders Hotel, Yangon
951-292393, 242811
951-242594

 

 

 

 

Foreign Embassies in Myanmar
Australia

Address

:

88, Strand Road, Kyauktada Tsp, Yangon.

Tel

:

951-251810, 251797, 251798, 251809, 246462, 246463

Fax

:

951-246159

 

Bangladesh

Address

:

11(B), Than Lwin Road, Bahan Tsp., Yangon.

Tel

:

951-515275, 526144

Fax

:

951-515273

 

 

 

Brunei Darussalam

Address

:

317/319, U Wisara Road, Sanchaung Tsp., Yangon.

Tel

:

951-526985, 524285

Fax

:

951-512854

 

 

bruneiemb@bruneiemb.com.mm 

 

 

 

Cambodia

Address

:

25 (3B/4B), New University Avenue Road, Bahan Tsp., Yangon.

Tel

:

951-549609, 540964

Fax

:

951-512854

 

 

recyangon@myanmar.com.mm

 

 

 

China

Address

:

1, Pyidaungsu Yeiktha Road, Dagon Tsp., Yangon.

Tel

:

951-221280, 221281, 224025, 224097, 221926

Fax

:

951-227019, 228319

 

 

 

Egypt

Address

:

81, Pyidaungsu Yeiktha Road, Dagon Tsp., Yangon.

Tel

:

951-222886, 222887

Fax

:

951-222865

 

 

egyembyangon@mptmail.net.mm

 

 

 

France

Address

:

102, Pyidaungsu Yeiktha Road, Dagon Tsp., Yangon.

Tel

:

951-212178, 212520, 212523, 212528,512532

Fax

:

951-212527

 

 

ambafrance.rangoun@diplomatie.fr

 

 

 

Germany

Address

:

9, Bogyoke Aung San Museum Street, Bahan Tsp., Yangon.

Tel

:

951-548951, 548952, 548953

Fax

:

951-548899

 

 

info@rangun.diplo.de

 

 

 

India

Address

:

545 - 547, Merchant Street, Kyauktada Tsp., Yangon.

Tel

:

951-391219, 388412, 243972

Fax

:

951-254086, 250164, 388414

 

 

indiaembassy@mptmail.net.mm

 

 

 

Indonesia

Address

:

100, Pyidaungsu Yeiktha Road, Dagon Tsp., Yangon.

Tel

:

951-254465, 254469, 229750

Fax

:

951-254468

 

 

yangon.kbri@deplu.go.id

 

 

 

Israel

Address

:

15, Khabaung Street, Hlaing Tsp., Yangon.

Tel

:

951-515115

Fax

:

951-515116

 

 

info@yangon.mfa.gov.il 

 

 

 

Italy

Address

:

3, Inya Myaing Road, Golden Valley, Bahan Tsp., Yangon.

Tel

:

951-527100, 527101

Fax

:

951-514565

 

 

ambyang.mail@esteri.it

 

 

 

Japan

Address

:

100, Natmauk Road, Bahan Tsp., Yangon.

Tel

:

951-549644-8, 540411, 540400, 540399, 545988

Fax

:

951-549643

 

 

 

Korea (North)

Address

:

77C, Shin Saw Pu Road, Sanchaung Tsp., Yangon.

Tel

:

951-512642, 510205

Fax

:

951-510206

 

 

 

Korea (South)

Address

:

97, University Avenue, Bahan Tsp., Yangon.

Tel

:

951-527142, 527143, 527144, 515190

Fax

:

951-513286

 

 

hankuk@koremby.net.mm

 

 

 

Laos

Address

:

A-1, Diplomatic Quarters, Taw Win Street, Dagon Tsp., Yangon.

Tel

:

951-222482

Fax

:

951-227446

 

 

laoembcab@mptmail.net.mm

 

 

 

Malaysia

Address

:

82, Pyidaungsu Yeiktha Road, Dagon Tsp., Yangon.

Tel

:

951-220248, 220249, 220251, 220230

Fax

:

951-221840

 

 

mwkyangon@mptmail.net.mm

 

 

 

Nepal

Address

:

16, Natmauk Yeiktha Lane, Tamwe Tsp., Yangon.

Tel

:

951-545880, 557168

Fax

:

951-549803

 

 

nepemb@mptmail.net.mm

 

 

 

Pakistan

Address

:

A-4, Diplomatic Quarters, Pyay Road, Dagon Tsp., Yangon.

Tel

:

951-222881

Fax

:

951-221147

 

 

pakistan@myanmar.com.mm

 

 

 

Philippines

Address

:

50, Saya San Road, Bahan Tsp., Yangon.

Tel

:

951-558149, 558150, 558151

Fax

:

951-558154

 

 

yangonpe@mptmail.net.mm

 

 

 

Russian

Address

:

38, Sagawa Road, Dagon Tsp., Yangon.

Tel

:

951-241955, 254161

Fax

:

951-241953

 

 

rusinmyan@mptmail.net.mm

 

 

 

Saudi Arabia

Address

:

287/289, U Wisara Road, Sanchaung Tsp, Yangon.

Tel

:

951-536153, 516952

Fax

:

951-516951

 

 

 

Serbia

Address

:

114-A, Inya Road, Kamaryut Tsp., Yangon.

Tel

:

951-515282, 515283

Fax

:

951-504274

 

 

serbemb@yangon.net.mm

 

 

 

Singapore

Address

:

238, Dhamazedi Road, Bahan Tsp., Yangon.

Tel

:

951-559001

Fax

:

951-559002, 559922

 

 

singemb-ygn@mfa.gov.sg

 

 

 

Sri Lanka

Address

:

34, Taw Win Street, Dagon Tsp., Yangon.

Tel

:

951-222812

Fax

:

951-221509

 

 

embsrilanka@yangon.net.mm

 

 

 

Thailand

Address

:

94, Pyay Road, Dagon Tsp., Yangon.

Tel

:

951-226721, 226728, 226824

Fax

:

951-221713

 

 

thaiygn@mfa.go.th

 

 

 

United Kingdom

Address

:

80, Kan-na Road, Kyauktada Tsp., Yangon.

Tel

:

951-370867, 380322, 371852, 371853, 256438, 370863

Fax

:

951-370866

 

 

Visa.Rangoon@fco.gov.uk

 

 

 

United States of America

Address

:

110, University Avenue, Kamayut Tsp, Yangon.

Tel

:

951-536509, 535756

Fax

:

951-650306

 

 

consularrangoon@state.gov

 

 

 

Vietnam

Address

;

72, Than Lwin Road, Bahan Tsp, Yangon.

Tel

:

951-511305

Fax

:

951-514897

 

 

vnembmyr@cybertech.net.mm

 

 

 

 

 

 

Myanmar Consulate Generals
Kunming, China

Address
 

:
 

Room No.B 503 & A 504, Long Yuan Haozhai, 116 Wei Yuan Jie,
Kunming 650021, Yunnan, Province P.R.China

Tel

:

(86) (871) 3641268, 3603477

Fax

:

(86) (871) 3602468

 

 

www.mcg-kunming.com 

 

 

 

Hong Kong, China

Address
 

:
 

Rm 2401-2405 & 2436-2440, 24/F Sun Hung Kai Center,
30 Harbour Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong.

Tel

:

(852) 28450810, 28450811

Fax

:

(852) 28450820

 

 

cgbk@biznetvigator.com 

 

 

 

Kolkata, India

Address
 

:
 

No.57K, Ballygunge Circular Road, (Par Matesh Brua Sarani Road)
Kolkata - 70019, Republic of India

Tel

:

(91-33) 24851656, 24851658

Fax

:

(91-33) 24851655

 

 

 

 

 

 

Myanmar Permanent Missions
Switzerland

Address

:

47, Avenue Blanc, 1202 Geneva, Switzerland

Tel

:

(0041-22) 9069870, 9069871

Fax

:

(0041-22) 7238919

 

 

mission.myanmar@ties.itu.int 

 

 

www.myanmargeneva.org 

 

 

 

New York

Address

:

10 East 77th Street, New York, N.Y 10075, USA

Tel

:

(1-212) 7441271, 7441275, 7441279

Fax

:

(1-212) 7441290

 

 

myanmarmission@verizon.net 

 

 

 

Myanmar Honorary Consulates-General
Bangladesh

Address
 

:
 

Suite #200, Hotel Agrabad, Agrabad Commercial Area,
Chittagong, Bangladesh

Tel

:

(88031) 7133118

Fax

:

(88031) 710572

 

 

hmhakimail@agrabadhotels.com 

 

 

 

Greece

Address

:

10 Skouze Street, Piraeus, Gr 18536

Tel

:

(301) 4526026, 4526086

Fax

:

(301) 4524920

 

 

przane@tee.gr 

 

 

 

Japan

Address

:

3-3-11 Eboshicho, Nada-ku, Kobe, Japan 652-0042

Tel

:

(81-078) 8053901

Fax

:

(81-078) 8053849

 

 

hnin@ship.ecl.co.jp

 

 

 

Korea

Address

:

10F, Medical Centre, B/D No.1-28, Sujuong, 2-dong, Dong-Juggu, Busal, Korea

Tel

:

(82-51) 4680999

Fax

:

(82-51) 4684999

 

 

 

The Netherlands

Address

:

Overaseweg 96, 4836 BC Breda

Tel

:

(31-78) 5317327

Fax

:

(31-78) 5209054

 

 

colsul@histevens.nl 

 

 

 

Lebanon

Address

:

93, Charles De Gaulle Avenue, Debahy Center, Sinelfil, Beirut

Tel

:

(961-1) 4853759 (5 lines)

 

 

myanmar@debahy.com 

 

 

 

Turkey

Address

:

Cetin Emec Bul Vari, 7 Cadde 55/4, Amkara, Turkey

Tel

:

(90-312) 4725078, 4961375

Fax

:

(90-312) 4725016, 4961376

 

 

 

Vietnam

Address

:

50, Sam Son Road, Ward 4, District 10, Hochiminh City

Tel

:

(84-8) 54490805

Fax

:

(84-8) 38428879

 

 

dtbac@yahoo.com 

 

Address : No.33, 7th Fl (B), Kyun Taw Street, Sanchaung Tsp, Yangon, Myanmar.
Tel: 95-1-523585, 95-9-73011977, 95-9-5113075, 5027420, Fax: 95-1-523585
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