Myanmar Embassy in London

Embassy of Myanmar in London

Myanmar Embassy in London

The Burmese Embassy is a diplomatic mission in London and is appointed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Myanmar to develop and uphold the Burmese interests in the United Kingdom. Below you will find the contact details of the embassy as well as the name of the Burmese ambassador serving in London.

Contact details of the Burmese Embassy in London - the United Kingdom


Myanmar Embassy in London, the United Kingdom 19A Charles Street London W1J 5DX United Kingdom

Telephone Number:

(+44) 20 7499 4340

Fax Number:

(+44) 20 7409 7043




Mr Kyaw Myo Htut - Ambassador

Office Hours:

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The Burmese Embassy in London
is a diplomatic representative office appointed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Myanmar. The Burmese Embassy in London is lead by Mr Kyaw Myo Htut - Ambassador of Myanmar to the United Kingdom.

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Important notices related to consular matters at the embassy

- For Burmese visa applications, passports for Myanmar and other consular matters related to Myanmar please contact the Embassy in London directly by telephone (+44) 20 7499 4340 or email

- Before you visit the Burmese Embassy in London, make sure that you first check if you need an appointment.

- Some Burmese embassies do not handle certain consular matters. Inquire the Embassy in London directly or visit the official website of the embassy

- Many other countries such as Maldives, Oman, Poland, Grenada, Serbia, Kyrgyzstan, Sri Lanka, Afghanistan, Slovenia, Belarus and more hold appointed consular departments within their embassy in London.

- Apart from the embassy in London, Myanmar has also a consulate in (Myanmar does not have any consulates located in United Kingdom).