Mandalar Min MawlamyineMin Mawlamyine Mandalar
image. Close to Mawlamyine & High-. Very luxurious (Swedish) night bus (company: Shwe Mandalar).
The Mandalar Minn Express
The Mandalay is a town and former imperial capitol in the north of Myanmar (formerly Burma) on the Irrawaddy River. At the centre is the renovated Mandalay Palace from the Konbaung dynasty, encircled by a ditch. The Mandalay Hill offers a view of the town from its top, which is accessed via a roofed staircase. It is an old town in the centre of Myanmar (formerly Burma), south-west of Mandalay.
Moulmein is the 4th biggest town in Myanmar, 300 km southeast of Yangon and 70 km southeast of Thaton, at the Thanlwin River muzzle. The town of Meiktila is located in the heart of Burma on the shores of Lake Meiktila in the Mandalay region at the intersections of the Bagan-Taunggyi, Yangon-Mandalay and Meiktila-Myingyan motorways.
Myanmar is also home to the country's most important aeronautics and space technology college, Myanmar Aerospace EngineeringUnversity. The Magway Region is an administration unit in the heart of Myanmar. The Magway Region is the second biggest of Myanmar's seven division with an area of 44,820 sqkm. in Aung Lan Township, Magway Divison.
Magwe Region's arteries are the Ayeyarwaddy River. Besides the airports, railroads and motorways also cross the area. The Magwe Mya Thalun Pagoda and Minbu Shwesettaw are renowned tourist attractions in the Magwe area. Nesypyitaw is the contemporary capitol of Myanmar (Burma), just off the northern side of the former capitol Yangon. Myeik, formerly Mergui, is a town in the Tanintharyi area of Myanmar, in the southernmost part of the nation on the shore of an Andaman Sea isle.
Situated in the interior of the town, the area is an important trafficking route to Thailand. Daweei is a town in the southeast of Myanmar and is the capitol of the Tanintharyi region, formerly known as Tenasserim Division, around 614. Situated 3 km southwards from Yangon on the north shore of the Dawei River.
It is a harbour at the top of the Dawei mouth, 30 km from the Andaman Sea. Consequently, the whole country is susceptible to floods during the rainy period. "Dawei " is also the name of one of Myanmar's 135 minority nationalities. Formerly and commonly called Maymyo, Pyin Oo Lwin or Pyin U Lwin is a picturesque hillside resort in Mandalay Division, Myanmar, in the Shan Highland, about 67 kilometres eastern of Mandalay, at an elevation of 1,070 metres (3510 ft).