|Township of Yangon|
|• Total||4 km2 (1.4 sq mi)|
|• Density||11,000/km2 (29,000/sq mi)|
|Time zone||MST (UTC6:30)|
|Area code(s)||1 (mobile: 80, 99)|
Ahlone Township (Burmese: အလုံ မြို့နယ် [ʔəlòʊɴ mjo̰nɛ̀]; also Ahlone Township) is located in the western part of Yangon. The township comprises eleven wards, and shares borders with Sanchaung township and Kyimyindaing township in the north, the Yangon river in the west, Dagon township in the east, and Lanmadaw township in the south. Ahlon has ten primary schools, two middle schools and six high schools.
Ahlone wharves administered by Myanmar Port Authority are located in southwestern Ahlone. Asia World has also operated a port in Ahlone since 2000. Thakin Mya Park is the major park in the township.This park was reconstructed in 2014 and before was an abandoned park for many years. Ahlone Township was once home to Thiri Mingala Market, Yangon's largest wholesale and retail market until 2010, when the Yangon City Development Committee began preparations to move the market to Hlaing Township in the suburbs, to allow for lane expansions on Strand Road and expansion of Asia World's wharves.
The following are some high schools in Ahlone established over many decades.
|BEHS 4 Ahlone||School||57 Lower Kyimyindaing Road|
|BEHS 6 Ahlone||School||Min Yel Kyaw Zwar Road|
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