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___ Satellite View of and Map of Naypyidaw (west of Pyinmana)

About Naypyidaw

Satellite view is showing Naypyidaw (Nay Pyi Taw), the new administrative capital of Myanmar.
Naypyidaw was founded in 2005 in a previously undeveloped area of relative isolation, located west of Pyinmana town and the Shan Hills mountain range in south central Myanmar. The new location of the nation's administration is more central within the country, it lies halfway between Myanmar's two main cities: Mandalay, the northern capital, and Yangon, largest city, former capital and the economic center of the country.

The planned city includes ministry buildings, military headquarters, the Central Bank of Myanmar, four hospitals, some hotels, the National Library, several pagodas, the National Herbal Park, at least four golf courses, a Keystone Cafe, a water fountain garden, and a zoo.

The map shows Naypyidaw with main roads and streets, zoom out to find the location of Naypyidaw Airport (IATA code: NYT), located 16 km (10 miles) southeast of Naypyidaw.

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Hluttaw Complex, Naypyidaw
The Hluttaw Complex houses the National Assembly of Myanmar.
Image: Myat Moe Maung

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Local Time Myanmar:
Monday-May-29  21:46  
UTC/GMT +6:30 hours
φ Latitude, λ Longitude (of Map center; move the map to see coordinates):
Google Maps: Map of Naypyidaw, administrative capital of Myanmar.
Coordinates: 19°45′N 96°6′E

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