In cash -based economics and where international cellular roaming services may not work, travelers who often may need to adjust some of their usual travel habits. If you plan a visit to Myanmar, here are some practical travel tips to help your preparation and when you go around.
Check travel requirements – contact the state embassy that you plan to visit for details about visa requirements. Visa at the time of arrival is available with an appropriate invitation letter for local companies and is limited to the selected country group.
List of Details of Travel with Your Embassy – Tell your government that you plan to visit any foreign country is a good practice.
Get Travel Insurance – Make sure you have comprehensive travel insurance that includes maintenance in the country you want to visit so you don’t have to deal with expensive health costs. Also, before you go to talk to your doctor about any vaccination you might need, especially if you plan to visit rural areas.
Bring a copy of your travel document – Make sure to have a backup photocopy of your passport details, travel insurance policy, emergency contact number, travel visa and other details needed if you need it. Save this in your hotel safely and don’t forget to leave a copy with friends or relatives at home.
Tips for money management
Bring new and clean notes – most of the purchases that you will make in your visit country will be cash or maybe some foreign currencies, USD is mostly the preferred exchange. Most shops and money converters, receive US currencies but bills are often rejected if they are wrinkled, disabled or damaged.
Bring your visa card – instead of bringing large amounts of cash throughout your trip, ATM offers comfortable access to local currencies if you need it. Visas and other international cards can be used in different ATMs.
Tell your bank – this is a good practice to tell your bank before you go abroad. If you go to another country, then tell them about your travel plan, because the bank can block any transactions that might seem unusual. The last thing you want is without access to money and must call your bank from your vacation.
Get a Local SIM Card – Most likely you will not be able to do or receive phone calls on your international roaming plan. SIM cards for international or several local calls are available for rent or sold at the airport. Ask about it in the tourist information center after you are cleaned from Customs. This will be a good idea if you check with your cellular service provider before going to make sure your cellphone can receive a foreign SIM card.
Pre -Book A Car – Taxi at the airport is available, although the condition of the car in the new open market can vary. However, some airport transfer services are available and the price is affordable. Fast internet search for car service companies will produce several results, which are recommended pre-order.