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List of cities in Myanmar

 

List of cities in Myanmar

Map of Burma (Myanmar)

The following is a complete list of cities in Myanmar (also known as Burma).

Contents

  • Largest cities by population 1
  • Main towns, grouped by state/region 2
    • Kachin State 2.1
    • Kayah State 2.2
    • Kayin State 2.3
    • Chin State 2.4
    • Mon State 2.5
    • Rakhine State 2.6
    • Shan State 2.7
    • Sagaing Region 2.8
    • Taninthayi Region 2.9
    • Bago Region 2.10
    • Magway Region 2.11
    • Yangon Region 2.12
    • Ayeyarwady Region 2.13
    • Naga Self-Administered Zone 2.14
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Largest cities by population

2006 Rank City 1983 Census 2006 Estimate 2014 Census State/Region
1. Yangon (Rangoon) 2,513,023 4,572,948 5,209,541 Yangon Region
2. Mandalay 532,949 1,237,028 1,225,133 Mandalay Region
3. Naypyidaw (Nay Pyi Taw) 0* 924,608 1,158,367 Naypyidaw Union Territory
4. Mawlamyaing 219,961 451,011 491,130 Mon State
5. Bago 150,528 248,899 288,120 Bago Region
6. Pathein 144,096 241,624 286,684 Ayeyarwady Region
7. Pyay 129,553 243,011 251,145 Bago Region
8. Monywa 106,843 185,783 371,963 Sagaing Region
9. Meiktila 96,492 181,744 309,465 Mandalay Region
10. Sittwe 107,621 181,172 149,348 Rakhine State
11. Mergui 88,600 177,961 284,037 Tanintharyi Region
12. Taunggyi 108,231 162,396 380,665 Shan State

* Naypyidaw had not yet been built at time of 1983 census.

Main towns, grouped by state/region

References

External links

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