A COVID-19 update
The rapid spread of the COVID-19 virus is sending ripples of uncertainty throughout the world. At LM Travel Myanmar , the well-being and safety of travellers , staffs and tour guides are our priority. Whether you’re on a trip now or in the process of planning one, we’re here to help you in any way we can.
- Our policy for travelers with tour bookings
- The latest health information
- Our message to the global travelers to Myanmar
- Temporary border closures
- Temporary attractions closures
Our policy for travelers with existing bookings
If you’d like to change your travel plans or cancel a booking, our customer service team is available 24/7. We offer the following:
- If you like to cancel tour with us , please send email to us and call us at any time and we will just dicuss with our supplier such as hotels, flights , balloon companies , cruise companies , guides to refund as much as we can. We will not take any handling charges for tours.
- For more information about your planned booking, please get in touch.
The latest health information
We encourage our community to read the latest news and communications from relevant authorities carefully and in full. To help you stay healthy and aware of further developments, we suggest visiting these World Health Organization (WHO) website pages: WHO coronaviruses Q&A (COVID-19) and WHO daily updates.
Our message to the global travel community
LM Travel Myanmar’s mission is to provide memorable experience in Myanmar with high quality of tours. Even in times of uncertainty, we remain fully committed to that mission. If you need support or assistance, get in touch.
Temporary border closures
The following countries have closed their borders in response to COVID-19:
- Czech Republic (Czechia)
- The United States
Closures in Austria
The following attractions in Austria are temporarily closed and will reopen on 3 April:
- The Vienna State Opera
- Naturhistorisches Museum
- Belvedere Palace, Belvedere Palace Museum
- Kunsthistorisches Museum
- Technisches Museum
- Imperial Treasury
- Schonbrunn Palace
- Schloss Ambras
- MAK Museum
- Leopold Museum
- Spanish Riding School
- Haus der Musik
- Tiergarten Schönbrunn
The following attraction in Austira is closed indefinitely: Wiener Riesenrad.
Closures in Argentina
The following attractions in Argentina are closed indefinitely: Museo de la Pasion Boquense, Recoleta Cemetery.
Closures in Belgium
Belgium has temporarily closed all attractions and museums until 5 April.
Closures in Canada
The following attraction in Canada are closed indefinitely:
- Aquarium du Québec
- Observatoire Place Ville Marie
- Royal Ontario Museum
Closures in Denmark
Denmark has temporarily closed all museums until 26 March.
Closures in France
The following attractions in France are closed indefinitely:
- Cité des sciences
- Louvre Museum
- Moulin Rouge
- Musée de l’Orangerie
- Musée d’Orsay
- Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilisations
- Pont du Gard
- Versailles Palace
- Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilisations
- Musée du Quai Branly
- Army Museum
The following attractions in France are temporarily closed and will reopen soon:
- Moulin Rouge will reopen on 30 March
- Grande arche de la Defense will reopen on 31 March
- Disneyland Paris will reopen on 1 April
- Crazy Horse will reopen on 5 April
Closures in Germany
Museums and attractions in Germany are indefinitely closed.
Closures in Greece
Museums and archeological sites in Greece are temporarily closed until 1 April.
Closures in Hungary
Museums and attractions in Hungary are indefinitely closed.
Closures in Ireland
The following attractions in Ireland are temporarily closed and will reopen on 30 March:
- The Little Museum of Dublin
- The Teeling Whiskey Distillery
- The Book of Kells
- The Jameson Distillery
- The Guinness Storehouse
- New College
- Sedlec Ossuary
- Guinness Open Gate Brewery
- St Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin
- Christ Church Cathedral
- Croke Park
- Smithwick’s Brewery
- Jameson Distillery Midleton
- Glasnevin Cemetery Museum
- EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum
- Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship
- Pearse Lyons Whiskey Distillery
- Irish Whiskey Museum
Closures in Kenya
The following attraction in Kenya is temporarily closed and will reopen 1 April: David Sheldrake Willdlife Trust.
Closures in Japan
The following attractions in Japan are temporarily closed and will reopen soon:
Closures in Tokyo
- Robot Restaurant Tokyo will reopen on 8 March
- Tokyo Disneyland will reopen on 15 March
- teamLab Planets TOKYO will reopen on 15 March
- Tokyo Skytree will reopen on 15 March
- Studio Ghibli Museum will reopen on 17 March
- Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon – Shining Moon Tokyo is closed until the end of March
- Fuji-Q Highland and teamLAB Borderless are closed indefinitely
Closures in Osaka
- Universal Studios Japan will reopen on 15 March
- LEGOLAND Discovery Center Osaka will reopen on 15 March
- Osaka Spa World will reopen on 15 March
- Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan will reopen on 15 March
- Abeno Harukas will reopen on 15 March
Closures in Kyoto
- Toei Kyoto Studio Park will reopen on 13 March
- Kyoto Tower will reopen on 15 March
Closures in Tama
Sanrio Puroland will reopen on 20 March
Closures in Fukuoka
Fukuoka Tower will reopen on 15 March
Closures in Sapporo
Sapporo TV Tower will reopen on 19 March
Closures in the Netherlands
The following place in the Netherlands is temporarily closed and will reopen on 31 March: The Jewish Cultural Quarter, House of Bols.
The following attractions in the Netherlands are temporarily closed and will reopen on 1 April:
- Heineken Experience
- Van Gogh Museum
- Amsterdam Royal Palace
- Keukenhof Gardens
- NEMO Science Museum
- Moco Museum
- Stedelijk Museum
- Rembrandt House
- Het Scheepvaartmuseum
- Amsterdam Museum
- Royal Concertgebouw
- Museum of Bags and Purses
- Hermitage Amsterdam
- Wondr Experience
- Our Lord in the Attic Museum
- Het Grachtenhuis
- Portrait Gallery of the Golden Age
- Johan Cruijff Arena
Closures in Norway
The following attraction in Norway is closed indefinitely: the Viking Ship Museum.
Closures in the Philippines
The following attraction in the Philippines is closed indefinitely: Kawasan Falls.
The following attractions in the Philippines are temporarily closed and will reopen soon:
- Puerto Princesa Underground River will reopen on 15 April
- Corregidor Island will reopen on 16 April
Closures in Portugal
The following attraction in Portugal is temporarily closed and will reopen on 3 April: Clerigos Tower.
The following attractions in Portugal are closed indefinitely: Belem Tower,
Jeronimos Monastery, Sintra.
Closures in South Korea
The following attraction in South Korea is temporarily closed and will reopen on 10 April: Eland Cruise Terminal.
The following attraction in South Korea is closed indefinitely: Trick Eye Museum
Closures in Switzerland
The following attractions in Switzerland are closed indefinitely:
- Mount Titlis
- Chilon Castle
Closures in Thailand
The following attraction in Thailand is temporarily closed and will reopen on 17 March: King Power MahaNakhon.
Closures in Turkey
The following attraction in Turkey is temporarily closed and will reopen on 1 April: Hodjapasha.
Closures in the UAE
The following attractions in the UAE are temporarily closed and will reopen on 1 April:
- Sheikh Zayed Mosque Abu Dhabi
- Ferrari World Abu Dhabi
- Louvre Museum Abu Dhabi
- Warner Bros World Abu Dhabi
- Yas Waterworld Abu Dhabi
- Qasr Al Watan
- Burj Khalifa
- Dubai Aquarium
- Yas Marina Circuit
- Aquaventure Waterpark
The following attractions in the UAE are closed indefinitely: Dubai Parks and Resorts.
Closures in the United Kingdom
The following attractions in the United Kingdom are temporarily closed for travel and will reopen soon:
- St James Park, Newcastle will reopen on 1 April
- Beefeater Gin Distillery London will reopen on 8 April
The following attractions in the United Kingdom are closed indefinitely:
- Bombay Sapphire Distillery
- Warner Bros Studio London
Closures in Vietnam
The following attractions in Vietnam are temporarily closed and will reopen on 27 March: Hoa Lu, Tam Coc, Trang An.
The following attraction in Vietnam is indefinitely closed: Mekong Delta.