As per the words of Chua globalization is defined as, “the unprecedented worldwide spread of markets and democracy” (Yangon, M., 2011). In simple words globalisation is defined as a rapid increase in unification in business and relations among the neighbours of the state, which brings an alarming risk of violence along with it. Globalisation revolves around culture, religious beliefs, political ideologies, and national identities. “Global markets, SLORC-style, have turned Burma into a powder keg.” said Amy Chua. Burma is economically and politically isolated and the spotlight of international attention falls faintly and is not continued for a longer time. Many dormant conflicts causes this isolation and the risk of violence is hiked when the forces of globalisation starts exerting more influence. Only when democracy marches into the country, the word isolation will fade away. Since, economic conditions and political environment has been uncertain, and an uncontrollable deceit, and incompetent connection with the famous surrounding black-markets can hamper the substantial investment in constructing a hotel ((Jain, S. C., 1989). As an out-turn of isolation, the Burmese regime has imposed high taxes on traded goods and has put restrictions in granting import and export licenses. Burma depends on democratization; democratic transition will likely bring chaos and conflicts along with it. Many promises have been made to Burma due to globalisation, a few of them follows as- It is stimulus for SPDC to join alliances like ASEAN, which provides conventions for additional political pressure from the bordering countries, it highlights Burma’s plight, because Burma attracts people in mass as it is emerging as a famous tourist place and a place for transcending business.