Districts of burma

Burma's states and regions are divided into 67 districts (Burmese: ခရိုင်; Burmese pronunciation: [kʰəjàiɴ]), which in turn are subdivided into townships then towns, wards and villages.

List of districts by state or region

Chin State

Matupi District

Kachin State

Kayah State

Kayin State

Mon State

Rakhine State

Shan State

Ayeyarwady Region

Bago Region

Magway Region

Mandalay Region

Sagaing Region

Tanintharyi Region

Yangon Region

  • East Yangon District
  • North Yangon District
  • South Yangon District
  • West Yangon District

Naypyidaw Union Territory

See also

External links

  • States and Divisions of Burma at statoids.com
  • Districts of Burma at statoids.com
  • "Burma Second Order Administrative Divisions" The Permanent Committee on Geographical Names for British Official Use
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