Although no explicit law promotes or prohibits surrogacy in Myanmar, social factors and religious views do not give the opportunity to make it available.
With IVF clinics open, country definitely catches an attention as a possible surrogacy destination. However, the attempts to partner up will be unsuccessful in the majority of cases. In reality, IVF clinics in Myanmar refuse and are not motivated to offer not only surrogacy, but donation services as well.
Based on the number of monks in proportion to population, Myanmar is the most religious Buddhist country. Due to the religious views and society’s strict attitude, surrogacy services are clearly not available in the country even without government restricting it.