Yangon Population 2016Population 2016
2, Mandalay, MAN, 1,225,546. 99 male/female (2016 est.). The Yangon region figures at a glance.
Population of cities in Myanmar (2018)
Burma has 2 towns with more than a million inhabitants, 19 towns with between 100,000 and 1 million inhabitants and 44 towns with between 10,000 and 100,000 inhabitants. Myanmar's biggest town is Yangon with 4,477,638 inhabitants. The Yangon (formerly known as Rangoon) is the biggest town in Myanmar (formerly Burma).
andalay is the commercial centre of Upper Burma and is regarded as the centre of Burma's cultur. The city is the major commercial centre and sea port in south-eastern Myanmar. The Monywa is one of the unique cities in the world. The Sittwe is the capitol of the state of Rakhine in Myanmar.
2018 Yangon population (demography, maps, graphics)
And Yangon is a town in Myanmar. It' the Yangon region's capitol. Until 2006 it was the capitol of the state. It has a population of over 4.34 million, although the estimations differ, as the county has no formal population count and has not conducted one since 1983.
Its population is 7,360,703 inhabitants. In recent years, the boundaries of the cities have widened, which has led to a significant population growth. The Yangon has the biggest population in all of Myanmar, and its population is very varied. Indeed, it is so varied that ethnical groups have established their own network of networks.
This is the most ethnic town in the state. Both Rakhine and Karen also live in Yangon. Most of the population is of Burmese ancestry. As varied as the ethnic groups are the faiths that are practised in the town. It is the most costly building in the state and very few can pay for downtown rental.
The Yangon was established in the eleventh c. under the name Dagon. It started as a fishermen's town. It had to be reconstructed after it was burned down around 1800. It was taken over by the British during the Anglo-Burmese war of 1852. It then became a business and politics centre.
There was a significant population increase in the later 1800s, as was the development of universities and clinics. By the twentieth century the city had brought its infrastructures and social amenities up to the level of the cityscape. World War II was very different in population, with a large number of Indians and South Asians.
In 1948, the town became the Burmese Union's capitol and was regaining its autonomy. It has also seen how its just proportion of darkness during the year, with the deaths of demonstrators from the regime and Cyclone Nargis, destroying tens of billions of dollars worth of infrastructures.
Today the town is one of the most important shopping centres of the state. Yangon's economies are stimulated by commerce, property, industry, medias and touring. One-fifth of the total economic activity is in the city's hands. It is a major merchant centre for a large number of goods, although it is influenced by its sub-parallel bank and communication infrastructures.
The production offers the inhabitants of the town many of the workstations. With between 300,000 and 400,000 annual visits, the tourist industry also makes a significant contribution to the local population. It' s hard to know the precise figures for the population of Yangon, but one thing that is known is that the extension of urban boundaries in recent years has resulted in significant increase.
Historic population data show that the population reached half a million in 1941 before rising to over one million less than 10 years later in 160%. Every decennium after the significant population increase of 22.2% to 22.4% a year. In 2020, the population is projected to exceed 5.3 million before rising to 5.9 million in 2025.