As of a 2014 report on Myanmar (Burma) by the World Health Organization there are currently no bans or regulations on e-cigarettes.
Although, Myanmar (Burma) has quite strict smoking bans throughout the country that are subject to substantial fines. As vaping is very uncommon in Myanmar (Burma), exhaled vapor may easily be confused for cigarette smoke which could lead to trouble from the authorities.
We suggest that you abide by current smoking laws until further information is gathered from the embassy. (Available in the tab below)
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All Laws & Regulations
Myanmar became a Party to the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control on February 27, 2005.
Smoke Free Places: Smoking is prohibited in most indoor public places, indoor workplaces, and on public transportation. Smoking is allowed, however, in private rooms and offices in office buildings, factories, places of lodging, public transportation terminals, trains and vessels, and restaurants. In places where smoking is allowed in private rooms and offices, smoking is also permitted in designated smoking areas, but these areas must be outside and at least ten meters away from the building entrance.