Districts of Myanmar

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Administrative divisions
of Myanmar

Districts (Burmese: Shine Lay; IPA: [kʰəjàiɰ̃]) are the second-level administrative divisions of Myanmar. They are the sub-divisions of the States and Regions of Myanmar. According to the Myanmar Information Management Unit (MIMU), as of December 2015, there are 67 districts in Myanmar, which in turn are subdivided into townships, then towns, wards and villages.

Here is a list of districts of Myanmar by state/region:

List of districts by state or region[edit]

Central Burma[edit]

Magway Region[edit]

Mandalay Region[edit]

Naypyidaw Union Territory[edit]

East Burma[edit]

Kayah State[edit]

Shan State[edit]

East Shan State[edit]
North Shan State[edit]
South Shan State[edit]

Lower Burma[edit]

Ayeyarwady Region[edit]

Bago Region[edit]

East Bago Region[edit]
West Bago Region[edit]

Yangon Region[edit]

North Burma[edit]

Kachin State[edit]

Sagaing Region[edit]

South Burma[edit]

Kayin State[edit]

Mon State[edit]

Tanintharyi Region[edit]

West Burma[edit]

Chin State[edit]

Rakhine State[edit]

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

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