Myanmar and us Dollar Exchange Rate

Burma and us dollar exchange rate

(e.g. a foreign transaction fee and an instalment rate). "[Banks] still can't buy enough US dollars to meet market demand." At Yangon International Airport there are bureaux de change as internal baggage claim.

Myanmar's best foreign currency is the US dollar. Bond rates as part of the local currency financing solution in frontier markets.

Burma Currency & Exchange Rate

Today the Kyat is the offical money of Myanmar (Burma), which is often shortened with "K" and placed before the numeric value (e.g. K200). The Kyat has been published in sheet music (without coins) worth K1, K5, K10, K20, K50, K100, K200, K500, K1,000, K5,000 and K10,000. In addition to the Kyat, Myanmar also accepts the US dollar as an alternate exchange rate, especially for major shopping such as hotel, luxury restaurant, airfare, etc. by overseas.

Sometimes it can be even more bad when these operations are settled in Kie. However, for smaller shopping such as taxis, busses and cheap to medium sized lunches, payments in Kya. The obverse of the 1 Kayat banknote shows Bogyoke Aung San.

A guilloche design is shown on the back of the 1-cyat banknote. This banknote is coloured amber. This banknote measures 110 x 55 mm. On this banknote the watermark is "Bogyoke Aung San". The banknote was first published on 01.03.1990. One more 1-kyat banknote shows the chinthe, a lionlike being.

Chinthe is usually represented as an beast and sometimes with a skull. This banknote is blue-purple in color. This banknote measures 110 x 55 mm. On this banknote the watermark is "BCM". The banknote was first denominated on 31.10.1996. On the back of this 1 Kyat banknote is Kandawgyi Lake, Yangon.

This banknote is blue-purple in color. This banknote measures 110 x 55 mm. On this banknote the watermark is "BCM". The banknote was first denominated on 31.10.1996. On the front of the 5-cyat banknote is the chinthe. On the back of the 5-kyat banknote is the chinlone stickball match.

This banknote is available in the colours yellow, red and amber. This banknote measures 130 x 60 mm. On this banknote the watermark is the "Chinthe". The banknote was first published on 01.05.1995. One more 5-kyat banknote also shows the chinthe on the front. On the back of this 5-Kyat banknote you can also see the quinloon stickball match.

This banknote is available in the colours yellow, red and amber. This banknote measures 130 x 60 mm. On this banknote the watermark is a "Chinthe-brest above the face value". The banknote was first published on 01.03.1997. On the front of the 10-kyat banknote is the chinth. On the back of the 5 Kyat banknote is a caraveik (a Royal Regalia boat).

This banknote is violet in color. This banknote measures 130 x 60 mm. On this banknote the watermark is the "Chinthe". The banknote was first published on 01.05.1995. One more 10-kyat banknote also shows the chinthe on the front. On the back of this 10 Kyat banknote is also a caraveik (a Royal Regalia boat).

This banknote is violet in color. This banknote measures 130 x 60 mm. On this banknote the watermark is "Chinthe Büste über dem Nennwert". The banknote was first published on 01.03.1997. On the front of the 20 kyat banknote is the chinth. On the back of the 20 kyat banknote is the Volkspark and the Elephant Fountain, Yangon.

This banknote is coloured red. This banknote measures 145 x 70 mm. On this banknote, the watermark is the "Chinthe-Büste über dem Nennwert". The banknote was first published on 27.03.1994. On the front of the 50 Kyat banknote is the chinth. On the back of the 50 kyat banknote is a lacquerware craftsman.

This banknote is orange-brown in color. This banknote measures 145 x 70 mm. On this banknote the watermark is the "Chinthe". The banknote was first published on 27.03.1994. On the front of the 100 Kyat banknote is the Chinthe. On the back of the 100 Kyat banknote is a restoration of a church.

This banknote is available in the colours red, yellow, blue as well as red. This banknote measures 145 x 70 mm. On this banknote the water mark is the "Chinthe". The banknote was first published on 27.03.1994. At the same time, another 100 kyat banknote with the same characteristics was put into circulation on both sides, except that the water mark showed the "Chinthe-Büste above the value".

On the front of the 200 Kyat banknote is the Chinthe. On the back of the 200 Kyat banknote is an Elefant Tekogger. This banknote is darkgreen in color. This banknote measures 165 x 80 mm. On this banknote the watermark is the "Chinthe". The banknote was first published on 27.03.1990.

Later another 200 kyat banknote with the same characteristics was printed on both sides, except that the 1998 water mark showed the "Chinthe-Büste above the value". On 11 December 2004 another 200 kyat banknote was printed with the same characteristics as the previous banknote, with the exception that the banknote was reduced in dimension to 150 x 70 mm.

On the front of the 500 Kyat banknote is the Chinthe. On the back of the 500 kyat banknote is a General Mahabandoola sculpture, which is stained. This banknote is violet and darker. This banknote measures 165 x 80 mm. On this banknote the watermark is the "Chinthe".

The banknote was first published on 27.03.1994. At the same time, a further 500 kyat banknote with the same characteristics was put into circulation on both sides, except that the water mark showed the "Chinthe-Büste above the value". In 2004, another 500 kyat banknote was printed with the same characteristics as the previous banknote, with the exception that the banknote measures were cut to 150 x 70 mm.

On the front of the 1,000 Kyat banknote is the Chinthe. On the back of the 1,000 Kyat banknote is the Ministry of Finance and Finance. This banknote is coloured in both a violet and an amber. This banknote measures 165 x 80 mm. On this banknote the watermark is the "Chinthe".

The banknote was first introduced in November 1998. 1000 Kyat banknote was distributed with the same characteristics on both sides, except that the water mark showed the "Chinthe-Büste above the value". Kyat banknote was printed with the same characteristics as the previous banknote, with the exception that the size/measurements were scaled down to 150 x 70 mm.

On the front of the 5,000 Kyat banknote is a black bull. On the back of the 5,000 Kyat banknote is the parliament complex in Naypyitaw. This banknote is available in colours of red, yellow, orange and rose. This banknote measures 150 x 70 mm. On this banknote the watermark is the "elephant tread above the value".

The banknote was first published on 01.10.2009. 000-kyat banknote shows the state seal of Myanmar. 000-kyat banknote shows the Mandalay Royal Palace moat. This banknote is available in the following colours: pink, lilac, blue, reddish, lime, green, orange, beige and amber. This banknote measures 150 x 70 mm. On this banknote, the watermark is the "lotus blossom value profile".

The banknote was first published on 15.06.2012. Myanmar began to issue 1, 5, 10 and 20yat FX credits in 1993. They were swapped against the US dollar and measured separate from the normal value of Kyoto. The translation of currencies into Cyats was banned because the exchange rate was fixed high.

Below is the exchange rate chart for 2016.

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