Myanaung is an Irrawaddy River cruise port located in southwestern Burma.
- Myan Aung is a small town in the northwest of Irrawaddy Division. It features a beautiful setting along the banks of the mighty river. The township consists of 4 geographical areas with a total of 192 households.
- Ayeyarwady Region (fka Ayeyarwady Division / Irrawaddy Division) occupies the delta region of Ayeyarwady River (aka Irrawaddy River). To the north it is bordered by Bago Region, to the east by Bago and Yangon Region, and to the south and west by the Bay of Bengal. It is contiguous with Rakhine State in the northwest.
- The region covers an area of 35 km2 (14 ml2) and has population around 6,2 million, ranking it Burma's most populous. Pathein is the region's capital city.
- The region is flanked by Arakan Mountains (Rakhine Yoma) range in the west and vast areas were cleared for paddy cultivation, which led to its preeminent position as the major rice producer in the country, a position retained into the 21st century.
- Ayeyarwady Region boasts a number of popular lakes. Of the rivers that branch out from mighty Ayeyarwady, Pathein, Toe and Ngawun are the most famous.
- Ngwesaung Beach and Chaungtha Beach are popular resorts for both Burma people and foreigners. They are situated in west side of Ayeyarwady Region, 1h distance from Pathein city and 4 hours from Yangon by road transportation.
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