Myanmar is one of the Asian nation that is also called as the Burma, which is located in the western region of mainland in the southeast Asia. Myanmar is totally filled with the Buddhism temples and besides that it is surrounded by the white beach, Andaman seas, and also the bay of Bengal.
Myanmar introduced it’s postal code back in the 19th century as the companies started to emerge and the delivery packages needed to be delivered at right destination so the postal code allocating officers introduced the 5 digit pin code system in Myanmar as the first 2 digits indicates the states in the nation and the second 2 digits indicates the municipality of the nation and the final digit indicates the delivery destination office in Myanmar. This is how the pin codes of Myanmar nation were organized.
Myanmar is ranked as the 39th largest nation in the world and it has the total land area of 653,508km.sq. and it comes around the total of 252,321sq.mi. Myanmar is bordered by Thailand to the southeast, Laos to the east, the Andaman Sea, Bay of Bengal to the south and southwest, Bangladesh to the west, India to the northwest, and China to the north and northeast.
Myanmar has the total water area of 23,070km2 which comes around a total of 8,910mi2 and it has the total water percentage of 3.41% of world’s total water, as it shown Myanmar is very much rich in water resource, the people of Myanmar consumes water from the Irrawaddy river and it almost covers the most of the states in the Myanmar.
There are a total of 2714 named mountains in the nation Myanmar, and the highest elevated ranging mountain in the Myanmar is Hkakbo Razi which elevates up to the total elevation of 5,881meters, and the most prominent Mountain in the Myanmar nation is Saramati.
|Myanmar Postal Code Address Format|
|Postcode type and position||
5 digits to the right of the locality name, separated from the latter by a comma.
Myanmar Posts and
No 43 Bo Aung Gyaw Street
XX -- (First two digit) ---> indicates the states of the Myanmar
XX-- (Second two digit) ---> indicates the municipality section.
X -- (Final digit) ---> indicates the delivery destination.
|Address format||Each administrative division maintains its own postal code for mail delivery purposes. Having the correct code is essential to your mails delivery. Myanmar uses the 5 digit pin code system in which each 2digits and other 2digits, and final digit has different indications which is shown below|
No 43 Bo Aung Gyaw Street (area /street /village)
YANGON, 11181(postal code)