Barack Obama will make a state visit to Burma this month, a Burmese government official reportedly told The Associated Press.
The official said the visit is scheduled for 18 or 19 November and the US President would meet opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi and government officials, AP reported.
The newly re-elected Obama would be the first US President to visit the country.
Votes in Florida, a state with 29 electoral registers, are still being counted, including absentee ballots.
On Tuesday President Obama won 303 electoral college votes to Republican Mitt Romney's 206, helping him past the 270-vote winning post first.
President Obama has arrived back in Washington DC with his family to begin his second term in office.
The US President will tackle a looming budget crisis and work with Republicans in Congress, the Party which retained control of the House of Representatives on Tuesday, but failed to take the Senate.
From fiscal cliffs and trillion dollar debts to the threat of Iran, ITV News's Mark Austin outlines the issues facing the re-elected US President as he embarks on his final four years in office:
While both parties called for unity in Barack Obama's second term to solve the USA's problems, Mark Austin found voters fearful of gridlock.Read the full story ›
Biggest honor I could have: I just introd to my OFA colleagues:"plz welcome the re-elected president of the US Barack Obama"