Burmese Passport


The Burmese passport is held by citizens of Myanmar, officially known as Burma. The passport allows access to 14 countries without a visa. Additionally, it grants entry to 49 countries with an e-visa and 13 countries with a visa on arrival. However, a visa is required for entry into 118 countries.


Myanmar, home to over 54 million people, is the 26th most populous country globally. It is located in Southeast Asia, and its capital is Naypyidaw. The official language is Burmese. Despite its extensive population, Myanmar ranks low in terms of passport power, with limited visa-free access globally.

The Burmese passport's lack of power reflects the country's political and economic climate. Myanmar has been marred by internal conflicts and international sanctions. This has impacted the country's ability to negotiate visa-free agreements with other nations. Despite these challenges, Myanmar continues to work towards improving its international standing.


Visa-free map

Nearby countries

The nearest visa free countries to visit for Burmese passport holders are Thailand, Singapore, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam and Brunei.

Visa free countries

So, where can Burmeses travel without a visa? We have listed all the countries where Myanmar citizens can travel visa-free, eliminating the hassle of visa paperwork.




This data has been sourced from Wikipedia and was last updated on 6/1/2024.