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Myanmar has a number of airfields. Not all Myanmar has regular schedules, however. Myanmar's smallest airport is not listed, as there is no possibility to offer you a flight from these as well. Known as Burma or the Union of Burma for institutions and states that do not recognise the reigning army junta, it borders the People's Republic of China to the North, Laos to the Easter, Thailand to the S., Bangladesh to the W. and India to the N. W., the Andaman Sea to the S. W. and the Bay of Bengal to the SW.
As part of the British Empire until 1948, Myanmar continued to fight to resolve its ethnical tension and overturn. The Hengduan Shan Hills in the northern part of the country mark the boundary with China. Hakabo Razi, in the state of Kachin, is the highest point in Myanmar at 19,295 feet (5,881 m).
Myanmar has three mountains, Rakhine Yoma, Bago Yoma and Shan Plateau, all north-south from the Himalayas. Ayeyarwady is Myanmar's longest stream and runs almost 2,170 km into the Gulf of Martaban. There are fruitful plain in the valley between the mountains.
Most of Myanmar's people live in the Ayeyarwady River between Rakhine Yoma and Shan Plateau. Many of Myanmar is located between the Tropic of Cancer and the Equator. Burma is located in the Asian tsunamis area, whose coastline receives more than 5,000 mm (197 in) per year.
The yearly precipitation in the deltas is approximately 2,500 mm (98 in), while the mean yearly precipitation in the dry zone in CMB is less than 1,000 mm (39 in). Coastlines and deltas have mean temperature of 32 C (90 F). Woods, which include thick rainforest and precious lower Myanmar' s treasure of tea wood, occupy over 49% of the state.
Oaks, pines and various kinds of rhododendron in the northern highland make up a large part of the country The coastal land supports all kinds of tropic fruit.