Republic of The Union of Myanmar
Capital : Naypyitaw
Population : 60,280,000 (2010 estimate)
Dialing code : 95
Currency : Kyat (MMK)
Official language : Myanmar
Religion : Buddhist 89%, Christian 4%, Muslim 4%, animist 1%, other 2%
Area : 676,577
Electricity : 220V/50Hz
Time zone : UTC+6:30


MYANMAR, known The Golden Land is the most exotic tourist destination in South East Asia. Myanmar is rich in history , culture and natural attractions. The culture rich country is filled with pagodas, temples, archaeological sites dated back to 2nd century AD. Apart from culture there are many more ecological sites such as snow-peaked mountains, deep forests with abundant flora and fauna, rivers, natural lakes, un-spoilt beaches and more than 800 islands to explore in the South of Myanmar. The most interesting part of Myanmar is the country’s 135 national races. The different way of life, the belief, the costume and the culture of each race are yet to be learned. The most wonderful impression is the hospitality of Myanmar local people.



Myanmar is made up of 135 national races, of which the main national races are Kachin, Kayah, Kayin, Chin, Bamar, Mon, Rakhine and Shan. Population of the country is estimated at 52.4 million (July, 2003) and the population growth rate is 1.84 percent.



Myanmar is situated in Southeast Asia and is bordered on the North and Northeast by China, on the East and Southeast by Laos and Thailand, on the South by the Andaman Sea and the Bay of Bengal and on the West by Bangladesh and India.



The country covers an area of 677,000 square kilometres (261,228 square miles) ranging 936 kilometres (581 miles) from east to west and 2,051 kilometres (1,275 miles) from north to south, It is a land of hills and valleys and is rimmed in the north, east and west by mountain ranges forming a giant horseshoe. Enclosed within the mountain barriers are the flat lands of Ayeyarwaddy, Chindwin and Sittaung River valleys where most of the country’s agricultural land and population are concentrated.



As a whole, the location and topography of the country generated a diversity of climate conditions. Seasonal changes in the monsoon wind directions create summer, rainy and winter seasons. Extremes of temperature are rare. The directions of winds and depression bring rain, and although it is always heavy in the coastal areas during monsoon season, it seldom creates hardships. The Government is giving priority to the forest conservation and greening of nine arid districts in central Myanmar.

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