Kayin stateCayenne State
The Kayin State
About Kayin State is located between 15o 12'N and 19o 28'N latitude and 96-o 23'E and 98-o 56'E longitude in the south. The country shares boundaries with Mandalay Division and Shan State in the N, Kayah State and Thailand in the E, Mon State and Bago Division in the Wester.
Sagaw Kayins, Po Kayins, Bwe Kayins and Pako Kayins are joined by Shans, Paos, Myanmarns and Mons in Kayin State, consisting of seven townships and 410 Wards and Village tracts. State Day is 7 November and the capital is Hpa An. More than half of the country is protected by deciduous forest, which produces precious wood such as tea, phyinkado and other wood.
It has 13 state-owned companies and is easy to reach from Mon State via the famous Donthami-Riverbridge. The Thandaung is also a mountain terminal of this state. Now the Thanlwin Bridges over the powerful Thanlwin Rivers have been built and access for the state has been improved. Mt Zwegabin is the emblem of Kayin State Year: n.a. How to find us Directions: local_phone n.a. local_taxic Estimate Taxitari: n.a. How to find us_Bus description: n.a. How to find us_Railway Directions: and more: n.a. Maps See below: help_outline Get a free quote for a Myanmar trip to this place. just give a stars review of this place or add an FM comments below:
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