1 Dollar in Myanmar Kyat$1 in Myanmar Kyat
0. 18th/04/18th, Wednesday, 1 USD = MMK 1.325,1.
Buranmar Kyat(MMK) to Zimbabwe Dollar(ZWD) Exchange Rate Today
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Converting Australian Dollar to Myanmar Kyat, converting 1 AUD to MMK
This site provides the Australian Dollar (AUD) to Myanmar Kyat (MMK) rates, selling and converting rates. We have also added the top visualisation charts and the Australian Dollar (AUD) to Burma Kyat (Myanmar Kyat) (MMK) currency converter chart from Wednesday, July 4, 2018 to Wednesday, June 27, 2018.
Last updated the Australian Dollar (AUD) 1 conversion rates. What is the cost of 1 Australian dollar for Myanmar Kyat (Burmese Kyat) - 1042.31 Myanmar Kyat (Burmese Kyat).
Burma's Kyat is Burma's formal reserve money, but US bucks are widely appreciated when in impeccable conditions. There are 100 pyas in one Kyat. Myanmar has 1, 5, 10, 50 and 100 kyats. The banknotes are denominated in 50 pyas and in 1, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000, 5000 and 10000 Kyats.
First 10000 Kyat banknotes were launched in 2012 to ease large deals. Over the years, there have been three different editions of Burma's Kyat. It consisted of 20 pieces of 4 pyas in the form of pieces of silver coin and 20 pieces of each. Burma came under Britain's reign in 1886 and the Myanmar rupee succeeded the Kyat in 1889.
The Japanese took over the land in 1942 and so the second Kyat was founded with a Kyat to the value of 100c. But it depreciated when Japan was beaten in World War II and the Rupee returned to circulation. Today's Kyat was founded in 1952.