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How can Singaporean Travelers apply for Myanmar visa? When is the best time to visit the country? How to find the best flight to Myanmar? Where to visit? or which tour packages will suit you most? Everything can be found below.


Best time to visit Myanmar

The best time to visit Burma is during the drier winter months of October to March. It's hot during the daytime, and lowland temperatures remain pleasant at night – although bring much warmer layers for the highlands and hill stations as they are chilly in the evenings. Bagan and Mandalay are the hottest, driest regions – temperatures can peak at over 40°C – but rainfall is still light here in the wetter season, and with more bearable temperatures this is the best time to visit Burma to avoid the winter crowds.

You can check the detailed guide to know exactly where and when to go in Myanmar throughout the year.

Myanmar Tourist Visa Policy for Singaporean Travelers

Singaporeans can visit Myanmar for up to 30 days without a visa.  The visa exemption agreement effective since December 2016 applies to Singaporeans entering and leaving Myanmar through Yangon, Mandalay, and Nay Pyi Taw International Airports and the sea port checkpoint in Yangon. With effect from 21 March 2020, Myanmar has temporarily suspended the issuance of Visa on Arrival (VOA) and e-visa for all nationalities until 30 April 2020. This applies to Singaporeans who apply for business visas (for 70 days). As visa requirements often change at short notice, we advise you to contact your travel agency, or the Embassy of Myanmar in Singapore for up-to-date information.

Embassy of Myanmar

  • Address: 15 St Martin's Dr, Singapore 257996
  • Phone: +65 6735 0209

For more information, you can check our guide for Myanmar Tourist Visa Policy here.

How much does it cost to travel to Myanmar from Singapore?

For the flight cost, check the information below in this article (Getting to Myanmar from Singapore)

Our recommended spending for your journey in Myanmar is about $120-150/person/day (group of 2 people). Of course, you can either spend less at about $90-100/person/day (even $30-40/day - backpacker style) or you can spend much higher depending on the services you expect on spot.

Here is our detailed guide for Budget & Currency for travelling in Myanmar

Getting flight to Myanmar from Singapore

From Singapore, you can get the flight to Myanmar from Changi Airport (SIN).

Taking the flight to Myanmar will land you at one of the 3 main international airports including Yangon, Mandalay, and Naypyidaw. 

Yangon is the former capital city before the government decided to move it to Naypyidaw. Yangon at the moment is still the busiest airport in Myanmar; hence it is the most popular place to start your Myanmar exploration. 

Located in northern Myanmar, there’s more to Mandalay than first meets the eye. This is your gateway to explore the northern part of Myanmar.

Naypyidaw, the new capital of Myanmar, locates in the middle, is the promising destination in the very near future.

Flight FAQs

Q. When is the best time to book flights to Myanmar?

Aim to have your flight tickets secured at least four months in advance to give yourself a chance of finding the cheapest flights to Myanmar. If you can then book them even further ahead, especially if your dates coincide with a major event or the peak season. 

Once you’ve narrowed down your destination by choosing a city, usually either Yangon or Mandalay, you’ll be able to figure out what dates offer the cheapest flights to Myanmar and go from there. 

Flexibility is the key to securing discounted flight tickets so if you’re not governed by a particular set of weeks or to a specific location then you’ll give yourself the best chances of finding the cheapest flights to Myanmar. 

Don’t worry too much about which side of the plane to sit on as each has their benefits and offer equally impressive view through your flight.

Q. How long is the flight to Myanmar?

The distance between Singapore and Myanmar is 1964 km. The road distance is 2586 km.

The quickest flight from Singapore Changi Airport to Yangon Airport is the direct flight which takes 2h 55m.

Fastest one-stop flight between Singapore and Yangon takes close to 6 hours . However, some airlines could take as long as 27 hours based on the stopover destination and waiting duration.

Apparantly, connecting flights and direct flights with stopover take longer time than non-stop flights. In such cases, Singapore - Yangon flight time depend on the layover destination specified by your airline or the one you choose while booking your ticket.

Waiting time at intermediate airports could be anywhere between 55 mins to 24 hrs .

Q. How much does it cost to fly to Myanmar?
Compared to Thailand and Vietnam, the price ticket to Myanmar is a little bit higher ranging from $75 to $850 depending on your flight route and date. It is because you need to add up the cost for the onward flight from those countries.

We recommend using some online ticket booking platform (Kayak, Cheapflights, or SkyScanner) to look for the cheapest flight possible according to your travel plan. They do have alert system when there is the price change on your travel date

Here is how to get the cheapest flight possible to Myanmar

Getting around in Myanmar

The four best ways of travelling around Myanmar are by air, boat, bus, or rail. Flying between cities is popular among westerners, while cruising is enjoyable. Buses are cheaper, simpler and faster than trains. Train travel may be exciting for younger travelers; both terrific and (possibly) terrifying.

Check How to get around in Myanmar here

Other FAQs

1. Do I need vaccines for Myanmar?

Yes, some vaccines are recommended or required for Myanmar. The CDC and WHO recommend the following vaccinations for Myanmar: hepatitis A, hepatitis B, typhoid, cholera, yellow fever, Japanese encephalitis, rabies, meningitis, polio, measles, mumps and rubella (MMR), Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis), chickenpox, shingles, pneumonia and influenza

Here is the article for recommended vaccinations for Myanmar.

2. How safe is Myanmar?

For the vast majority of visitors, travel in Myanmar is safe and should pose no serious problems.

  • Some areas of the country remain off limits due to ongoing civil war and/or landmines.
  • In off-the-beaten-track places, where authorities are less used to seeing foreigners, local officials may ask you what you are up to. Saying you're a tourist normally satisfies them.
  • If you have any tattoos of Buddha on your body, keep them covered up.

Here is our guide for Safety and Precautions in Myanmar

3. Do I need a travel insurance for Myanmar?

Travel insurance for Myanmar is an absolute must!

Take into consideration that road safety is poor and the country is prone to natural disasters such as earthquakes and flooding. Crime rates are generally low, but poverty is very high and there are always a few opportunistic thieves around. You should also look into getting coverage if you plan to take domestic flights as they can be unreliable. Last minute time changes and cancellations aren’t uncommon, which may make you miss your connecting flight back home.

Check the detailed article for Myanmar travel insurance here

4. What should I take to Myanmar?

Burma has different temperatures depending on the time of year. Light, airy modest clothing will keep you cool and comfortable during the hottest months.

During the colder months, and in the evenings, a jacket and some extra layers will keep you warm. Be sure to bring a rain jacket and an umbrella if you are visiting during the rainy season.

Because of the humidity and moisture, particularly during the rainy season, Burma is home to mosquitoes that may carry malaria. Antimalarials are highly recommended.

Here is the detailed guide for what to pack for Myanmar

5. Are you supposed to tip in Myanmar?

Having only opened up to tourists relatively recently, there’s a nascent culture of tipping in Myanmar. We’d encourage tipping for particularly good service; wages are low so they’ll certainly be appreciated. That being said, do only tip on a merit basis and don’t feel obliged to do it. 

Check out the Myanmar tipping guide & other local etiquettes here

6. Do I need to buy a Myanmar SIM Card? And where can I buy it?

It is recommended to buy a local SIM card why travelling in Myanmar as it surely has a stable connection and also the cheaper price for calling & data usage.

You can buy the SIM Card almost everywhere in Myanmar, especially inside the big cities like Yangon or Mandalay

Check out the detailed guide for Internet & phone in Myanmar here

7. Do I need to bargain while shopping in Myanmar?

In general, you do not need to bargain a lot, less than in some other countries such as Vietnam, Cambodia, or Thailand.

One thing you need to negotiate a price is transport: taxis, tuk-tuks, motorbikes, horse carts... Taxis don't have meters, you'll have to discuss the price. Sometimes it's a bit difficult to find out the "real" price, as it depends on the route and the place you are. However, you will be surprised that taxi drivers in Yangon ask for a moderate price and negotiating was not needed.

Public transport (buses, trains, ferryboats) have fixed prices. In some cases, there are high fixed prices for tourists; for example, ferry Yangon to Dala: locals 200 Kyats, foreigners 5.000 Kyats. There are no more foreigner prices for buses, trains and both are very cheap.

Entrance fees are fixed and always higher for tourists.

There are fixed prices in shopping centers and convenience stores, in restaurants etc. You can negotiate hotel prices (if walking in) and street food, markets... But usually they ask for the normal price and things are cheap, if not in the tourist business (souvenirs etc.).

Here is our guide for Buying and bargaining in Myanmar

Singaporean Embassy in Myanmar

If you find yourself in need of help while traveling in Burma, there is a Singaporean embassy in the former capital city of Yangon. 

Singaporean Embassy in Yangon, Myanmar

  • Address: 238 Dhamazedi Road, Bahan Township, Yangon, Myanmar
  • Telephone: (+95) 1 559 001
  • Fax: (+95) 1 559 002
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Website:
  • Office hours: Monday-Friday: 08:30-13:00 and 14:00-17:00


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