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The Yangon Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital (Burmese: ရန်ကုန် နား နှာခေါင်း လည်ချောင်း ဆေးရုံ) is a public specialist hospital located in Yangon, Myanmar. The Yangon ENT Hospital was called the Yangon Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat (EENT) Hospital on Alanpya Road. It was moved to the current location in 2000.
Taikkyi Township (Burmese: တိုက်ကြီး မြို့နယ် [taɪʔtɕí mjo̰nɛ̀]) is the northernmost township of Yangon Region. Taikkyi township constitutes three main towns: Taikkyi, Oakkan,Aphauk. Yangon-Pyay Road and Yangon-Pyay railway cross Taikkyi from North to South. Taikkyi is made of eight quarters : Inngalar,Shanzu,Oakponezu,Bawdhigone,Mingalar,Bootar,Odann,Zay. Two main high schools in Taikkyi are BEHS-Taikkyi and BEHS(Myoma)-Taikkyi.
Yayway Cemetery (Burmese: ရေဝေးသုသာန်, also spelt Yeway Cemetery) is a cemetery located in North Okkalapa Township, Yangon, Myanmar. The cemetery is the final resting place of many prominent Burmese. The cemetery is maintained by the Yangon City Development Committee's environmental maintenance department. Yayway Cemetery also consists of various ethnic and religious cemeteries, including those of the Burmese Indians, Sino-Burmese (Hakka, Cantonese, Hokkien, and Yunnanese), Karen, Japanese, Baháʼís, Hindus, Christians, Muslims, Parsis, and Jews.
The Strand (also known as Strand Hotel) is a Victorian-style hotel located in Yangon, Myanmar (Burma), built by Aviet and Tigran Sarkie, two of the Sarkies Brothers. The hotel, which opened in 1901, which faces the Yangon River to its south, is one of the most famous hotels in Yangon and Southeast Asia, and is managed by GCP Hospitality. The hotel is named after its address, at 92 Strand Road.
The Tun Foundation Bank (Burmese: ထွန်းဖောင်ဒေးရှင်းဘဏ်) is a privately owned bank in Myanmar that was established on 8 June 1994. All the profits from this bank go into scholarships for children from poor families.
Twante Township also Twantay Township (Burmese: တွံတေး မြို့နယ်, pronounced [tʊ̀ɴté mjo̰nɛ̀]) is a township in the Yangon Region of Burma (Myanmar). It is located west across the Hlaing River from the city of Yangon. The principal town and administrative seat is Twante. The township is home to the Shwesandaw Pagoda (known as "Golden Hair Relic Pagoda" in English) and it is believed to contain strands of hair from the head of Gautama, and its annual pagoda festival is held on Burmese New Year. The longest man made canal in Myanmar is Twante canal and it is also a shortcut waterway to Ayawaddy river to Yangon river which divides Twante Township with its length of 35 km and there is one bridge that spans the canal is called Twante bridge. Baungdawgyoke Monastery in Twante Township is one the famous as there are pagodas including the replica of Mahabodhi Temple
Table Island är en ö i Myanmar. Den ligger i den södra delen av landet, 700 km söder om huvudstaden Naypyidaw.
Little Coco Island är en ö i Myanmar. Den ligger i den södra delen av landet, 700 km söder om huvudstaden Naypyidaw. Arean är 4,4 kvadratkilometer.
The Yangon General Hospital (YGH, Burmese: ရန်ကုန် ပြည်သူ့ ဆေးရုံကြီး) is a major public hospital in a 14-hectare (35-acre) compound in Yangon, Myanmar. The 2,000-bed hospital consists of seven medical wards, three surgical wards, two trauma and orthopaedic wards, and 28 specialist departments for inpatient care. The hospital also runs an ER for general medicine, general surgery and traumatology.
The University of Nursing, Yangon (Burmese: သူနာပြု တက္ကသိုလ် (ရန်ကုန်) [θùnàpjṵ tɛʔkəθò (jàɰ̃ɡòʊɰ̃)]; formerly The Institute of Nursing, Yangon) is a nursing university, located in Lanmadaw Township, Yangon, Myanmar. It is one of three universities in the country that offers a four-year bachelor's degree program in nursing (i.e. B.N.Sc (Generic)). The UON - Yangon also offers a master's degree program in nursing and diploma programs in dental, EENT, mental health, pediatrics, critical care, and orthopedics. Moreover, there is a two-year B.N.Sc (Bridge) program for in-service nurses who have earned a nursing diploma.
The North Okkalapa General Hospital is an affiliated teaching hospital of the University of Medicine 2, Yangon, located in North Okkalapa Township in the eastern part of Yangon, Myanmar.
The Bogyoke Aung San Stadium (Burmese: ဗိုလ်ချုပ် အောင်ဆန်း အားကစားကွင်း; MLCTS: buil hkyup aung hcan: a: ka. ca: kwang:) is a multi-purpose stadium, located in downtown Yangon, Myanmar. It was built as cricket ground in 1908, completed in 1910 and named as Burma Athletic Association Ground. The 400 m (1,300 ft) runway was constructed in 1935.
The Yangon Zoo (Yangon Zoo) (Burmese: ရန်ကုန် တိရိစ္ဆာန် ဥယျာဉ် [jàɰ̃ɡòʊɰ̃ təɹeɪʔsʰàɰ̃ ʔṵjɪ̀ɰ̃]) is the oldest and the second largest zoo in Myanmar. Located immediately north of downtown Yangon near Kandawgyi Lake, the 70-acre (28 ha) recreational park also includes a museum of natural history, an aquarium and an amusement park. With a collection of nearly 200 species and 1100 animals, the zoo draws nearly 2.2 million visitors annually. The zoo was operated by the Forest Department under the Ministry of Forestry until April 2011, and is now operated by a private firm.
L'ambassade de France en Birmanie est la représentation diplomatique de la République française dans l'Union de Birmanie. Elle est située à Rangoun, l'ancienne capitale du pays, et son ambassadeur est, depuis le , Christian Lechervy.
The Supreme Court of Myanmar (Burmese: ပြည်ထောင်စုတရားလွှတ်တော်ချုပ်) is the highest judicial forum and final court of appeal under the Constitution of Myanmar, existing as an independent judicial entity, alongside the legislative and executive branches. The Court is legally mandated to have 7 to 11 judges, including a Chief Justice.
Basic Education High School No. 2 Kamayut (Burmese: အခြေခံ ပညာ အထက်တန်း ကျောင်း အမှတ် (၂) ကမာရွတ်; abbreviated to အ.ထ.က. (၂) ကမာရွတ်; formerly, State High School Kamayut or St. Augustine's School; commonly known as Kamayut 2 High School) is one of the best known public high school located in Kamayut Township, Yangon, Myanmar (Burma). The school offers classes from kindergarten to 10th standard (Grade 1 to Grade 11).
Basic Education High School No. 1 Dagon (Burmese: အခြေခံ ပညာ အထက်တန်း ကျောင်း အမှတ် (၁) ဒဂုံ; formerly, Methodist English High School; commonly known as Dagon 1 High School), located a few miles north of downtown Yangon is considered one of the best public high schools in Myanmar. Dagon 1 offers classes from kindergarten to tenth standard (recently renamed Grade 1 to Grade 11) to about 6500 students.
Basic Education High School No. 2 Dagon (Burmese: အခြေခံ ပညာ အထက်တန်း ကျောင်း အမှတ် (၂) ဒဂုံ; formerly, Myoma National High School, မြို့မကျောင်း) is a public high school located a few miles north of downtown Yangon, Myanmar. The former nationalist high school founded for the children of the common folk, now educates mostly the children of well-to-do Burmese families from Dagon and vicinity. It was one of the first "nationalist schools" opened after the First National Strike against the British rule in Burma.
Basic Education High School (BEHS) No. 6 Botataung (Burmese: အခြေခံ ပညာ အထက်တန်း ကျောင်း အမှတ် (၆) ဗိုလ်တထောင်; abbreviated to အ.ထ.က. (၆) ဗိုလ်တထောင်; commonly known as Botataung 6 High School or St. Paul's High School), located a few miles east of downtown Yangon in Botataung township, is a public high school, and one of the oldest high schools in Myanmar. The school initially offered three kindergarten classes - Lower, Middle, Higher known as LKG, MKG, HKG and First through Tenth Standard. It now offers classes from kindergarten to Tenth Standard (or Grade 1 through Grade 11 in the new nomenclature).
Bayinnaung Market (Burmese: ဘုရင့်နောင်ဈေး; also Bayintnaung Market), located in northwestern Yangon, is the largest agricultural commodities trading market in Myanmar. Established in 1990, the market complex consists of two-story shop houses with floor areas of 1,200 and 2,400 square feet (110 and 220 m2). It is the only legally permitted wholesale center of beans and pulses in the country, which exported 1.34 million tonnes of beans and pulses in 2007 for a total value of US$750 million.
Hlegu Township (Burmese: လှည်းကူး မြို့နယ်, pronounced [l̥ɛ́ɡú mjo̰nɛ̀]) is a township of Yangon Burma, Burma (Myanmar). It is northeast of the city Yangon and is largely rural.
Holy Trinity Cathedral (Burmese: သန့်ရှင်းသော တြိနတိ ကသီဒြယ်, IPA: [θa̰ɴʃɪ́ɴ ðɔ́ tɹḭnətḭ kəθìdɹɛ̀]) is the primary Anglican cathedral in Myanmar (Burma), located on Bogyoke Aung San Road (next to Bogyoke Aung San Market) in Latha Township, Yangon.
Htantabin Township (Burmese: ထန်းတပင် မြို့နယ်, pronounced [tʰáɰ̃dəbɪ̀ɰ̃ mjo̰nɛ̀]) is a township located on the western border of central Yangon Region, Burma (Myanmar). Its administrative seat is Htantabin which is located in the southeastern part of the township on the western bank of the Hlaing River just south of its confluence with the Kokkowa River.
International Language & Business Centre (ILBC) is a private school established on May 2, 1995 in the Republic of the Union of Myanmar. It has established 26 schools in eight major cities of the country: Yangon, Mandalay, Naypyidaw, Myitkyina, Taunggyi, Monywa, Lashio, Taungoo, and Myeik .
Karaweik (Burmese: ကရဝိက် ဖောင် [kəɹəweɪʔ pʰàʊɴ]) or Karaweik Hall is a palace on the eastern shore of Kandawgyi Lake, Yangon, Burma.
Kawmhu Township (Burmese: ကော့မှူး မြို့နယ် [kɔ̰m̥ú mjo̰nɛ̀]) is a township of Yangon Region, Myanmar. It is located in the southwestern section of the Region. Kawhmu was one of the townships in Yangon Region most affected by Cyclone Nargis.
Kungyangon Township (Burmese: ကွမ်းခြံကုန်း မြို့နယ် [kʊ́ɰ̃dʑàɰ̃ɡòʊɰ̃ mjo̰nɛ̀]) is a township of Yangon Region. It is located in the southwestern part of the Region, by the Andaman Sea.
Kyauktan Township (Burmese: ကျောက်တန်း မြို့နယ် [tɕaʊʔtáɴ mjo̰nɛ̀]) is a township of Yangon Region, located in the southern section of the region.
Myanmar International School (MIS) is an independent coeducational day school, (Nursery school to Year 13) located in Yangon, Myanmar. It is one of 18 international schools located in Yangon and should not be confused with other similarly named international schools in Myanmar such as MISY. MIS follows the internationally recognized Cambridge International Schools curriculum with a core of academic subjects and a range of enrichment courses and activities and with an international teaching staff. The current chief education officer of the school is Mr. Peter McMurray.
The "Practising High School, Yangon Institute of Education", now, "Practising High School, Yangon University of Education" (Burmese: ပညာရေးတက္ကသိုလ် လေ့ကျင့်ရေးကျောင်း; abbreviated TTC Yangon) is a high school in Yangon, Myanmar. Although it is a high school in the technical sense, TTC's student body comprises students from Grade Kg (formerly Kindergarten) to Grade Eleven (formerly Tenth Standard) or Matriculation, the highest standard in the Myanmar education system. The origin of the name of the school comes from the fact that TTC is part of the Institute of Education (former Teachers' Training College), whose trainee teachers are attached to the school as part of their course.
ICAO airport code: VYHB
ပြည်လမ်းဘူတာသည် ရန်ကုန်မြို့ပတ်ရထားပတ်လမ်းတွင် ပါဝင်သော ဘူတာတစ်ခုဖြစ်သည်။ ရန်ကုန်ဘူတာကြီးမှ စတင်ရေတွက်သော် ၄ ခုမြောက် ဘူတာရုံ ဖြစ်ပြီး၊ အပြန်ရေတွက်သော် ၃၆ ခုမြောက် ဖြစ်သည်။ရန်ကုန်မြို့ပတ်ရထားလမ်းတလျှောက် ရပ်နားသော ဘူတာရုံ စုစုပေါင်း ၃၈ ခု ရှိသည်။
ပန်းလှိုင်လမ်းဘူတာသည် ရန်ကုန်မြို့ပတ်ရထားပတ်လမ်းတွင် ပါဝင်သော ဘူတာတစ်ခုဖြစ်သည်။ ရန်ကုန်ဘူတာကြီးမှ စတင်ရေတွက်သော် ၇ ခုမြောက် ဘူတာရုံ ဖြစ်ပြီး၊ အပြန်ရေတွက်သော် ၃၃ ခုမြောက် ဖြစ်သည်။ရန်ကုန်မြို့ပတ်ရထားလမ်းတစ်လျှောက် ရပ်နားသော ဘူတာရုံ စုစုပေါင်း ၃၈ ခု ရှိသည်။
在ミャンマー日本国大使館（ビルマ語: မြန်မာနိုင်ငံဆိုင်ရာဂျပန်သံရုံး、英語: Embassy of Japan in Myanmar）は、ミャンマーの旧首都にして最大都市ヤンゴン（ラングーン）にある日本の大使館。2018年3月5日より、丸山市郎が特命全権大使を務めている。
Yangon City Hall (Burmese: ရန်ကုန်မြို့တော်ခန်းမ; YCH) is the city hall of Yangon, the largest city of Myanmar, and the seat of the city's administrative body, Yangon City Development Committee (YCDC). The building is considered a fine example of syncretic Burmese architecture, featuring traditional tiered roofs called pyatthat, and was designed by Burmese architect U Tin, who also designed Central Railway Station. Construction began in 1926 and ended in 1936. The city hall occupies the former site of the Ripon Hall.
The Yangon Japanese School (YJS) (ヤンゴン日本人学校, Yangon Nihonjin Gakkō), previously the Rangoon Japanese School (ラングーン日本人学校, Rangūn Nihonjin Gakkō), is a Japanese international school in Dagon Township, Yangon, Burma. It is affiliated with the Embassy of Japan in Myanmar.
The Yangon Workers' Hospital (Burmese: အလုပ်သမား ဆေးရုံကြီး (ရန်ကုန်)) is a public hospital in Yangon, Myanmar. It is one of the three social security hospitals and provides free medical services to insured workers with the Social Security Board. It is also a teaching hospital of University of Medicine 1, Yangon.
The former High Court Building (Burmese: တရားရုံးချုပ်ဟောင်း) is a colonial-era building located at No. 89/133 Pansodan Street, between Maha Bandula Garden Street and Pansodan Street in Kyauktada Township, downtown Yangon.
The Yangon Stock Exchange (Burmese: ရန်ကုန်စတော့အိတ်ချိန်း; abbreviated YSX) opened on December 2015, at the former Central Bank of Myanmar and Myawaddy Bank headquarters in Yangon. On 23 December 2014, two Japanese firms, Daiwa Institute of Research, the research arm of Daiwa Securities Group and Japan Exchange Group, established a joint venture with the state-owned Myanma Economic Bank to establish this stock exchange. The joint venture firm, the Yangon Stock Exchange-Joint Venture Limited will have a working capital of US$31 million. The Securities and Exchange Commission has selected Kanbawza Bank to be YSX' settlement bank.
Salin Stadium (Burmese: စလင်း အားကစားကွင်း is a multi-use stadium, located in Yangon, Myanmar. The 3,000-seat stadium is smaller but more up-to-date than Aung San Stadium, and is the venue of choice for most national and international level football and track and field competitions.
The Kandawgyi Palace Hotel was a five-star hotel and historical landmark overlooking the Kandawgyi Lake in Yangon, Myanmar. The hotel caught fire on the morning of Thursday, 19 October 2017 and was destroyed.