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Myanmar Transportation
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Myanmar Transportation

Myanmar Information

Myanmar Transportation

You can travel by air most of the time.
 
By air
There are three international airports at Yangon, Mandalay and Nay Pyi Taw. The most common route to Yangon is via Bangkok, though there are regular direct flights with several other regional cities including Singapore and Kuala Lumpur.

By land
There are entry and exit points from Myanmar’s land borders at five points. No bus or train connects Myanmar with another country, nor can you travel by car or motorbike across the border. You must walk across. Note to have your vise ready before you get to the border.
  • Mae Sai in northern Thailand to/from Tachileik in Shan State.
  • Mae Sot in Thailand to/from Myawaddy in Kayin State.
  • Ranong in Thailand to/from Kawthoung at far southern end of Tanintharyi Region.
  • Sunron in Thailand to/from Htee Khee in Tanintharyi Region.
  • Ruili in Yunnan Province, China to/from Mu-se in Shan State.
Regular tourists are not allowed to enter Myanmar by land or sea from Bangladesh, India and Laos.

How to travel throughout Myanmar
Myanmar is the largest country in Southeast Asia but only few roads are in good conditions; therefore flights are usually the fastest way to cover long-haul journey. Where flying is not an option, then private cars or by river is another choice. The trail network is quite extensive but it is not comfortable and inconvenient.
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