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Most people will need to apply in advance for a Visa to travel in Myanmar (there are very few select circumstances where a visa may be available on arrival). A typical tourist visa, which is what I'll talk about here, is good for 4 weeks (28 days) from arrival.
Fortunately overstaying a visa in Myanmar is a relatively cheap and painless affair (while extending a Myanmar visa is much more difficult). Here's the scoop.
WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT OVERSTAYING YOUR MYANMAR VISA
NOTE: Overstaying your visa could possibly get you in trouble, make it difficult to travel in the country, or make it impossible to get back in the country afterward. Do so at your own risk.
WHY YOU WOULD WANT TO OVERSTAY?
With 28 days in the country, how could you ever want more? You only need to see Bagan and Inle Lake right? Well, while some people are good with a week or two visiting the major sites, many people who come to the country can never seem to get enough (me).
HOW LONG CAN YOU OVERSTAY YOUR MYANMAR VISA?
This is fairly up in the air, but I'd say that a month would be doable. At the Yangon airport, there is a sign lising the fees for overstay at $3/day up to 90 days, and $5/day after that.
I have overstayed 3 weeks on several occasions. I'd say that a month or so may be pushing it, particularly if you continue traveling around. I've overstayed 7 times over two 2 passports.
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?
It's a relative bargain to overstay your visa in Myanmar. At $3USD / day ($3 admin fee is no longer charged) it's almost like they're paying you to stay (not really).
In contrast, it's 500baht / day in Thailand (~$16) and if you're caught in the country with an expired visa, you could be jailed or banned from re-entering the country in addition to the fine. One couple I know inadvertently overstayed a month in Thailand and had to pay ~$1000 in overstay fees just to leave the country.
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