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Cities by country - Government of Myanmar - History of Myanmar - Lists related to Myanmar. Nay Pyi Taw is the administrative capital of Myanmar. Rangoon is the economic capital and former administrative capital. It means "abode of the kings". In contrast to large parts of the country, there is reliable electricity here.

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Naypyidaw, official Nay Pyi Taw (Burmese: ??????????; MLCTS:): Nepranytau; pronounced[nèpjìd??], formerly known as Kyetpyay, Pyinmana or Kyatpyay, Pyinmana), is the capital of Myanmar and home of the Myanmar state. As foreseen in the Constitution, it is managed as Naypyidaw Union Territory. 1 ] It is uncommon among Myanmar's towns because it is a fully developed town outside a state or area, similar to Canberra in Australia or Brasilia in Brazil.

Naypyidaw, the home of the Myanmar authorities, is the home of the Union Parliament, the Supreme Court, the Office of the President of Myanmar, the Presidential Palace, the formal residencies of the Myanmar Cabinet and the home of Myanmar's ministerial and army heads. It is characterized by its exceptional composition of large and very low densities.

Burma's Naypyidaw is generally known as the "king's capital",[6]"king's seat" or "kings' residence". 4 ] It was used as a traditional extension for the name of the imperial capital cities, such as Mandalay, which was named Yadanabon Naypyidaw (???????????????????). Chaungmagyi Dam is a few kilometres northern of Naypyidaw, while Ngalaik Dam is a few kilometres southern.

The town of Naypyidaw is divided into several areas. From 2013 [update] the town will still lack many of the institutions that would be expected in a capital. Myanmar's Ministry's headquarters is located in the city's Ministry area. In each case, the United Nations has provided 2 ha of property for overseas ambassadors and the seat of United Nations operations.

Naypyidaw is the first international location to be opened. 19 ] Bangladesh and Malaysia have also autographed treaties to open ambassadorships in Naypyidaw. Regulatory authorities confirm that 11 other nations, namely Russia, China, the United States, India, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, the Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand, Turkey and Kuwait, have moved their consulates to Naypyidaw.

In February 2018, State Councillor Daw Aung San Suu Kyi led a gathering at the Ministry of External Relations in Naypyidaw, where she called on international authorities to move their messages to the capital. At the moment Naypyidaw Myoma Market is the trading center of Naypyidaw. Further areas of interest are Thapye Chaung Market and Junction Center Naypyidaw.

The Ayelar Airport, also known as Naypyidaw International Airport, is located 16 km southeast of the town, between the Ela and Lewe municipalities. There are frequent services to Yangon and other destinations throughout the country from all national carriers - Air Bagan, Air Mandalay, Myanmar National Airways, FMI Air and Yangon Airways.

Myanmar National League soccer team, Naypyidaw F.C., is headquartered at Wunna Theikdi Stadium in Naypyidaw. Naypyidaw has had a cell network cover since 2009. Headquarters of the Ministry of Information is in Naypyidaw. Naypyidaw has a number of AM and FM transmitters. Naypyidaw's most important available radio programs are Radio Myanmar (operated by MRTV), Cherry FM, Mandalay FM, FM Bagan, Padamyar FM, Pyinsawaddy FM, Shwe FM and City FM.

MRTV, MRTV-4 and Myawaddy TV are the major radio stations that broadcast Burma-speaking programs in Naypyidaw. Naypyidaw's foundation was an exceptional one. The short and long-term effects of raising capital, however, are not yet foreseeable. Naypyidaw was one of the venues for the UK TV show Top Gear during a two-part feature in Myanmar in March 2014.

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Uppatasanti Pagoda, copy of the Shwedagon Pagoda in Nay Pyi Daw Filed on April 27, 2011 at the Wayback Machine. Shwedagon' s Naypyidaws version of the pagoda shortly before completion Filed on August 11, 2010 at the Wayback Machine. Weekly Eleven News Journal, vol. 1, no. 44 (August 16, 2006), p. 9.

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"Naypyidaw Underground in Russia: Reports". Accessed August 8, 2011. Sann Oo (September 5, 2011). "Naypyidaw's underground schedule too costly, says minister." The Myanmar Times. Archiveed from the orginal on February 4, 2012. Accessed March 3, 2012. Retracted 2017-10-12. Naypyidaw Hospital wants to improve sanitation and hospitalization.

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Retracted 2017-10-13. Retracted 2017-10-19. Archives from the orginal on August 19, 2014. Naypyitaw Times Journal is launched by the Ministry of Information. Retracted 2018-05-28. The New York Times, December 13, 2011. Estimates of $4 billion in building costs are also given in Insight Guides, Myanmar (Burma), London, APA-Publikationen, 2014, p. 198.

Naypyidaw (p. 198) is described in this travel guidebook as "a vast, bland, whitewashed bull town with empty 8-lane motorways and huge cement buildings". For a brief overview of the current state of affairs at the end of 2012 by a well-known global observers, see Francis Fukuyama,'What Myanmar Needs', The American Interest, September 6, 2012.

Thomas Manch and Kyaw Lin Htoon,'Road traffic regulations cost Myanmar billions', Frontier Myanmar, 14 December 2017. To discuss security issues related to Naypyidaw's Naypyidaw interstate roads, see the Kyaw Hsu Mon Kyaw Motorway Improvement Plan for Mandalay,'Govt Call for Foreign Investment in'Death Highway' Upgrade, The Irrawaddy, 29 December 2014.

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