Missing Person Traveler Tourist Backpacker in Burma (Myanmar)

Information on missing persons (travelers, tourists, backpackers) in Burma (Myanmar).

A missing person is a person who has disappeared for no known reason. People disappear for many reasons. Some individuals choose to disappear, and return. Some are victims of crime.

This page is for the loving friends and family of a missing person who is suspected or known to have been traveling in Burma (Myanmar), before they lost contact. Please submit details—including your contact information so that others can help directly—regarding this missing person in the comments below. Submitted photographs will be posted to compliment your notice.

If there's resolution to the whereabouts of the unaccounted traveler in Burma (Myanmar), please post an update.

Related Catagories: Burma (Myanmar), Missing Travelers

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Gabrielle Beth Pavelko

January 14th, 2011

Our daughter is missing. HER NAME IS GABRIELLE PAVELKO, SHE IS 5 10 in. She left Bangkok on Sun. 1/9/2011. She took an Air Asia flight to Burma. She has not been heard from, nor her friend Matt Nash, who is traveling with her.

Don't lose heart — Burma is not exactly known for its Internet access. 5 nights without contact appears to be a lot of time, but there's always a good chance she is just in an odd spot without ready access to it.

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Brian Rowell

January 22nd, 2012

My friend Reiko Takahashi left Sandai in Japan to setup a Restaurant for her boss,in Burma. She left japan in October 2011 and I have had no contact with her since then.
Her iphone is no longer connected and unavailable. Where could she be??

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