How to Apply for Schengen Visa have different steps to make depending on how you will travel. From the researches I made, you can either apply the Schengen Visa from the European Union(EU) country of your entry port or the EU country that you will spend most of your time in your Eurotrip.
It was initially said on different websites, blogs, or even publications that Visa On Arrival to Myanmar is only for Business purpose visits. However, I saw on Airasia‘s page article that Myanmar has an e-Visa service already. It was too compulsive of me to book a ticket without even checking about how the e-visa works. Confident that the e-visa will work, I didn’t research until 3 weeks before the trip. I tried the link they referred on the page but service is NOT available. Therefore, I have to apply at Myanmar Embassy closest to where I was. It’s either in Bangkok (16-hour by bus away from me) or in Kuala Lumpur (9 hours away by bus). I started to panic, but I was not ready to give up my trip to Myanmar. I searched the Internet that there is e-Visa for tourists going to Myanmar assisted by an agency if you can’t do it yourself to go to the embassy.
Last year, I heard it from a fellow Pinoy Travel Blogger (PTB) that there is a visa on arrival to Myanmar, and as it suggests I thought I can just walk into the immigration and can buy me a “Visa On Arrival”. To make the story short, when I somehow planned my trip to KL to Myanmar, I was relying to the “Visa On Arrival”. Also, too much relying because I read an article from Air Asia’s website that they do have e-Visa to Myanmar already, and when I checked it, the site is apologizing for the inconvenience and directing people to go the nearest embassies instead.