Ayeyarwady Division Travel Guides
The Ayeyarwady Division is a division of Myanmar, occupying the delta region of the Ayeyarwady River (formerly the Irrawaddy River)
Area: 35,138 km2
Density: 189/ km2
Ethnicities: Bamar, Rakhine, Indians, Kayin
Telephone: Calling code
Town and Districts
Pathein,Hinthada, Myaungmya, Maubin, and Pyapon
The Ayeyarwady Division is a division of Myanmar, occupying the delta region of the Ayeyarwady River (formerly the Irrawaddy River). It is bordered by Bago Division to the north, Bago Division and Yangon Division to the east, and the Bay of Bengal to the south and west. It is contiguous with the Rakhine State in the northwest.
The division lies between north latitude 15o40′ and 18o030′ approximately and between cast longitude 94o15′ and 96o15′. It has an area of 13,566 sq-miles. The population is over 6.5 million, making it the most populous of Myanmar’s states and divisions. The average population density per sq mile is 466 persons.
The Ayeyarwady Division is flanked by the Rakhine Yoma (Arakan Mountains) range in the west and large areas were cleared for paddy cultivation, leading to its preeminent position as the main rice producer in the country, a position it has retained into the twenty-first century.
The Chaungtha Beach and Ngwesaung Beach are popular resorts for both foreigners and Myanmar people. They are located in west side of Ayewarwaddy Division, one hours distance from Pathein city and four hours from Yangon city by road transportation.
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