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Useful addresses while traveling in Myanmar

Myanmar is listed as a safe country to travel and there is nothing to worry if you follow our Myanmar safety & precaution notices

However, you should have some useful addresses in your pocket in case you need the supports during your trip, which may relate to your visa or passport, urgent health problem, or emergency services.

Below is the list of all the useful addresses in Myanmar that you should know

List of Diplomatic Mission in Myanmar

Embassy of the U.S. in Yangon

  • Address: 110 University Avenue Road, Kamayut Township, Yangon
  • Tel.: +95 1 753 6509
  • Website: https://mm.usembassy.gov/
  • Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/usembassy.rangoon

British Embassy in Yangon

  • Address: 80, Strand Road, (Box No 638), Yangon
  • Tel.: +95 1 370 863
  • Website: https://www.gov.uk/world/organisations/british-embassy-yangon 

Australian Embassy in Yangon

  • Address: Vantage Tower, 623 Pyay Road, Yangon
  • Tel.: +95 1 230 7410
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Website: https://myanmar.embassy.gov.au/
  • Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AusEmbMyr

Embassy of Canada in Yangon

  • Address: 65 Sule Pagoda Road, 9th Floor, Centrepoint Towers, Yangon 11182
  • Tel.: +95 1 384 805
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Website: https://www.international.gc.ca/country-pays/myanmar/yangon.aspx?lang=eng 

List of Burmese Diplomatic Mission Abroad

In the United States

  • Embassy of Myanmar 
  • Address: 2300 S Street N.W, Washington, D.C., 20008
  • Tel.: 202 332 3344
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Website: www.mewashingtondc.org/

In the United Kingdom

  • Embassy of Myanmar 
  • Address: 19a Charles St, Mayfair, London W1J 5DX
  • Tel.: +44 20 7148 0740
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Website: https://www.londonmyanmarembassy.com/

In Australia

  • Embassy of Myanmar 
  • Address: 22 Arkana St, Yarralumla, Canberra, ACT 2600
  • Tel.: +61 2 6273 3811
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Website: mecanberra.com.au/ 

In Canada

  • Embassy of Myanmar 
  • Address: 336 Island Park Drive, Ottawa, ON K1Y 0A7
  • Tel.: 613 232 9990
  • Email: [email protected]

List of hospitals for foreigners in some tourist sites

Yangon Private Hospitals

Asia Royal Hospital

  • 14 Baho Road, Sanchaung Township, Yangon
  • (+95) 1 538055 / (+95) 1 2304999
  • Email address: [email protected]
  • Website: www.asiaroyalhospital.com/

Bumrungrad Clinic

  • 77 Pyidaungsu Yeiktha Road, Dagon Township, Yangon
  • (+95) 1 2302420, 21, 22, 23 / Hotline: (+95) 9 782302424
  • Website: www.bumrungrad.com/yangon-1

International SOS Clinic

  • Inya Lake Hotel, 37 Kaba Aye Pagoda Road, Yangon
  • (+95) 1 657922 / (+95) 9 420114536
  • Website: https://www.internationalsos.com/locations#Myanmar

Pun Hlaing Siloam Hospital

  • Pun Hlaing Golf Estate Avenue, Hlaing Tharyar Township, Yangon
  • (+95) 1 3684323, 3684325, 3684336, 3683015, 3683060 / (+95) 9 421042679
  • Emergency Ambulance: (+95) 1 3684411
  • Email address: [email protected]
  • Website: www.punhlaingsiloamhospitals.com

Samitivej International Clinic at Parami Hospital

  • 11th Floor of Parami Hospital, No. 60 (G-1) New Parami Road, Mayangone Township, Yangon
  • Appointments: (+95) 1 657987 / (+95) 1 667592
  • Emergency/Domestic and International Medical Evacuation: (+95) 9 31911541 / (+95) 9 31911542
  • Medical Checkups: (+95) 9 448006093
  • Email address: [email protected]
  • Website: https://www.samitivejhospitals.com/samitivej-international-clinic/#srinakarin

Victoria (Witoriya) Hospital/LEO Medicare

  • 68 Taw Win Street, 9 Mile, Mayangone Township, Yangon
  • Victoria Hospital: (+95) 1 9666141
  • Emergency: (+95) 9 783666145
  • LEO Medicare: (+95) 9 977809085 / (+95) 9 49585955 / (+95) 1 651238 / (+95) 9 49218410 / (+95) 1 650560
  • Email address: [email protected] / [email protected]
  • Website: www.victoriahospitalmyanmar.com  / www.leo-healthcare.com

Yangon Public Hospitals

Yangon General Hospital

  • Bogyoke Aung San Road, Latha Township, Yangon
  • (+95) 01 8256112

Yangon Children’s Hospital (Ahlone)

  • 2 Pyidaungzu Yeiktha Street, Ahlone Township, Yangon
  • (+95) 1 221421 / (+95) 1 222807-810

Yangon Mental Health Hospital

  • No. 7 Road, Ywa Tha Gyi Ward, East Dagon Township, Yangon
  • (+95) 1 2306400 / (+95) 1 2306401

Yankin Children’s Hospital

  • Kanbae Road, Yankin Township, Yangon
  • (+95) 1 8550685 / (+95) 1 8550679 / (+95) 1 8550690

Yangon Dental Care

Dental Clinic

  • Sakura Tower, 2nd Floor, 339 Bogyoke Aung San Street, Kyauktada Township, Yangon
  • (+95) 1 255118
  • Email address: [email protected] / [email protected]
  • Website: www.dentist-myanmar.com 

Evergreen Dental Care

  • No. 6, Corner of Pyay Road and Min Ye Kyaw Swar Street, Lanmadaw Township, Yangon
  • (+95) 1 395394, 395395, 395396
  • Email address: [email protected]
  • Website: www.evergreendentalmm.com

Yangon Psychologists

Marble Psychological Services

  • Level 3, A-5 Anawratha Complex, Pyay Road, Kamayut Township, Yangon
  • (+95) 9 456124067 / (+95) 1 527330
  • Email address: [email protected]
  • Website: www.marble-psychology.com

Mandalay Medical Facilities

Mandalay City Hospital

  • Theik Pan Street, Between 65th and 66th Streets, Maha Aungmye Township, Mandalay
  • Hotline: (+95) 9 977917519
  • (+95) 2 2832307 / (+95) 9 459142201 / (+95) 9 459142202
  • Email address: [email protected]
  • Website: www.cityhospitalmandalay.com

Mandalay General Hospital

  • 30th Street, Between 74th and 77th Streets, Chan Aye Tharzan Township, Mandalay
  • (+95) 09 408571831 / (+95) 09 425552410

Pun Hlaing Siloam Hospital, Mandalay Clinic

  • No. 97 73rd Street (Between 31st and 32nd Streets), Chan Aye Tharzan Township, Mandalay
  • (+95) 2 4069203 / (+95) 2 4069204 / (+95) 2 4069205 / (+95) 2 4069206 / (+95) 9 952207781
  • Email address: [email protected]
  • Website: https://www.punhlaingsiloamhospitals.com/pun-hlaing-siloam-hospital-mandalay/

Thandwe/Ngapali Medical Facilities

Dispensary Clinic at Ngapali

  • Near Mya Pyin Monastery and Sandoway Resort, Ngapali Township
  • Tel.: (+95) 9 260432323

Thandwe General Hospital

  • Corner of Hospital Street and Ba Yint Naung Street, Thandwe
  • Tel.: (+95) 43 65338

Naypyitaw Medical Facilities

Naypyitaw General Hospital  

  • Between Taungnyo Road, Zabu Kyetthayay Road, Yaza Thingaha Road, and Waziya Shwepyi Street
  • Near No.6 Basic Education High School
  • P4V2+48 Naypyitaw
  • (+95) 67 420683 / (+95) 9 254389334

Ambulance Station by Myanmar Red Cross Society

  • 115 Rest Area
  • Yangon-Naypyitaw Highway
  • (+95) 9 5363181
  • Note: For highway accidents only.

Bawga Theiddhi Hospital

  • Off of Yaza Thingaha Road, near Thapyaygone Market, Naypyitaw
  • (+95) 67 432361 / (+95) 67 432362 / (+95) 67 432464
  • Email address: [email protected]
  • Website: www.bawgatheiddhimm.com/bawga-theiddhi-hospital/

Emergency Call Center at 1000 Bedded Hospital for Highway Naypyitaw to Mandalay

  • Call: 192

Zabu Thiri Specialist Hospital

  • Address: Taungnyo Road, Near Zizawa Roundabout, Pyangabye, Zabu Thiri Township, Naypyitaw
  • Tel.: (+95) 67 550141 / (+95) 67 550142 / (+95) 67 550143 / (+95) 67 550372
  • Email address: [email protected]

Bagan Medical Facilities

Global Care Bagan International Clinic

  • Corner of Sabae Street and Swal Dal Road (across from Mya Pyae Sone Guest House), Khan-Latt Ward, New Bagan
  • (+95) 9 44936 9855 / (+95) 9 449369844 / (+95) 9 958248284
  • Email address: [email protected]
  • Website: www.globalassistantmyanmar.com/global-care-bagan-international-clinic

Royal Bagan Clinic

  • No. 3 Anawratha Road, Zayyawadi Ward, Nyaung-U
  • (+95) 9 5148914 / (+95) 9 258011116
  • Email address: [email protected]
  • Website: www.royalbaganclinic.blogspot.co.uk/
  • Note: Phone is only manned during office hours, from 8AM-7PM every day

Inle Lake Medical Facilities

Global Care Inle International Clinic

  • Thar Lay Village, Near Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda Inle Lake, Nyaung Shwe Township, Southern Shan State
  • (+95) 9 954400360
  • Email address: [email protected]
  • Website: www.globalassistantmyanmar.com/global-care-inle-international-clinic/

Myat Taw Win General Hospital

  • No. 20, Kyant Khaing Yae Road, Pyi Taw Thar Quarter, Taunggyi, Shan State
  • (+95) 81 205139 / (+95) 81 205259 / (+95) 81 2125631 / (+95) 9 254101897 / (+95) 9 780847637
  • Note: This facility is more than one hour away from Inle Lake.

Pun Hlaing Siloam Hospital, Nyaung Shwe Clinic

  • No. 37, East Tharzi Lake, Tharzi Yat, Nyaung Shwe Township, Shan State
  • (+95) 9 450692206
  • Email address: [email protected]
  • Website: https://www.punhlaingsiloamhospitals.com/nyaung-shwe-clinic/

Emergency & Important Numbers

Your home embassy may be able to assist with advice during emergencies or serious problems.

There is not always an English-speaking operator on the following numbers; you might need the help of a Burmese speaker.

  • Country Code    95
  • Ambulance        192
  • Fire                    191
  • Police                199

Here are the emergency number in some main tourist sites

Yangon

  • Police: 199
  • Red Cross: 01295 133
  • AirPort: 01662 811
  • Police 199 , 01549309
  • Police (Tourist Safety Unit) 01376166, 01642742, 01549209
  • Fire (Emergency) 191 , 01252011
  • Yangon General Hospital (YGH) 01256112 , 01256123
  • Ambulance (YGH) 192 , 01295133
  • Tourist Information 01371910 , 01374281
  • Airport (Yangon) 01662811
  • Customs 01253046 , 01285607
  • General Post Office 01285499 , 01295359
  • Highway Bus Station 01640469
  • Railway (Enquiry) 01201555 , 01272176
  • Road Transport 01640469 , 01252573
  • Inland Water Transport 01250253 , 01289379
  • Shipping (Coastal Vessels) 01283122
  • Immigration 01249216

Naypyitaw

  • Police 067  414224
  • Fire 067  420005
  • Hospital 067  420096
  • Railway Station 067  22508
  • Airport 067  35104

Mandalay

  • Police 199 , 024036871 , 024036974
  • Fire 191 , 024021091
  • Hospital 02  4039001 , 02  4039002 , 02  4039003 , 02  4039004 , 02  4039005
  • Airport (Mandalay) 02  4087540 , 02  4087404
  • Railway Station 02 4035069 , 02  4035140
  • Post Office 02  21761 , 02  21520
  • Road Transport and Bus Line 02  4063169

Bagan

  • Police 02  67243
  • Fire 02  60191
  • Hospital 02  67219 , 02  67220
  • Airport 02  67199
  • Railway Station 02  67588
  • Post Office 02  67009 , 02  67347
  • Myanmar Travels and Tours 02  67418

Pyin Oo Lwin (May Myo)

  • Police 085  22037
  • Fire 085  22323
  • Hospital 085  22720 , 085  22525
  • Railway Station 085  22021
  • Post Office 085  22112

Nyaung Shwe

  • Police 081  29001
  • Post Office 081  29002
  • Myanmar Travels and Tours 081  29058

Tyaungyi

  • Police 081  21009
  • Fire 081  21502
  • Hospital 081  21511
  • Post Office 081  21575
  • Heho Airport 081  29705
  • Myanma Airways 081  21565
  • Yangon Airways 081  23995
  • Myanmar Travels and Tours 08121611

Kyaing Tong (Keng Tung)

  • Police 084  21504
  • Hospital 084  21511
  • Post Office 084  21506
  • Airport 084  21433
  • Myanma Airways 084  21162
  • Fire Station 084  21504

Sittwe

  • Police 043  21017 , 043 21048
  • Hospital 043  23511
  • Post Office 043  23479
  • Airport 043  23455
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Thanaka or  thanakha is a yellowish-white cosmetic paste made from ground bark. It is a distinctive feature of the culture of Myanmar, seen commonly applied to the face and sometimes the arms of women and girls, and is used to a lesser extent also by men and boys. The use of thanaka has also spread to neighboring countries including Thailand.

Within this article, we will learn everything about Thanaka and the benefits of its powder in making a secret beauty ingredient of Burmese women.

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Burmese Longyi, along with the country’s longtime history, art, and heritage sites has contributed to the richness of the local culture that will grasp your attention whenever you find yourself in strolling around the streets of Myanmar. With just a piece of fabric grasping on the lower part of the body through time, the longyi has made it become an incredible pattern of Myanmar traditional costume for both men and women. In this article, we are going to find out the secret of Myanmar quintessence through Longyi, about why it has been worn for centuries by the Burmese people.

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Kachin Manaw Festival is an annual traditional dance festival celebrated by Kachin people. Mostly held at Myitkyina, Kachin State also known as Manaw Land in Myanmar and also celebrated by Kachin people around the world. Manaw is the largest festival in Myitkyina, held at the beginning of January. Manaw Festival is the most significant event for Kachin People. Tribes of Kachin gather together in Manaw ground and dance around the erected Manaw poles. The Manau dance is performed at Manau festivals, which originated as part of the ‘Nat’ or spirit worship of the past.

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If your idea of fun involves a blurry riot of colour and explosions, look no further than the Taunngyi Fire Balloon Festival, which takes place in the culturally diverse capital of Shan State over several days every November. This celebration is held around the Full Moon of Tazaungmon, a Myanmar national holiday that marks the end of rainy season and is also known as the Tazaungdaing Festival of Lights.

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