Location of Kyauk Phyu Special SEZLocation of Kyauk Phyu Special SEZ. (Kyauk Phyu Township, Rakhine State, Myanmar). Kyauk Phyu District is composed of four townships: Kyauk Phyu, Yanbye and Man Aung and Ann townships with the total land area of 3704.03 square-miles. Read More →
Potentiality and OpportunityKyauk Phyu is strategically located at the centre of a triangle with three dynamic econo- mies—India, China & ASEAN—at the three corners. The three economies have a combined population of 3 billion (50%of the World Population). Hence, it is considered a Trade Corridor connecting the 3 Key Economies. It is also the current Energy Corridor to China and Upper Myanmar. One of the most potential advantages of Kyauk Phyu SEZ is the greatest depth of the sea port in Myanmar (up to 30 meters), where the largest freighters in the world can berth. Read More →
Background of Kyauk Phyu SEZIn line with the National Development Plan, the Government of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar has been identifying the economic potentials to contribute to the country’s economic development and committed to developing prospective economic zones. Currently, it is placing special emphasis on three special economic zones (SEZs)—Kyauk Phyu, Dawei and Thilawa. Hence, the development of Kyauk Phyu SEZ in Rakhine State plays a crucial role in our endeavors for national development. Read More →
About Kyauk Phyu
Kyauk Phyu is located in Yanbye island, under the administration of Kyauk Phyu district which is composed of four townships: Kyauk Phyu, Yanby, Man Aung and Ann townships with the total land area of 3704.03 square-miles and the population of 587963.
Kyaukphyu or Kyaukpru
Historically, Arakan State , Burma , had 12 territories which include Ramree Island or Ramawadi or Ramapura island , according to myth of Rakhine histroy, the original name was Wan-Be , because of its shape look like duck figure in the pound , and according to myth of Buddha era, its name of Wan-Be was mentioned from Buddha who stopovered in this area during the trip and later, it changed to the name of Ramree.
Accorindg to histroy record , after Englo-Burma First war 1824-1826, British occupied Arakhan region including Ramee Island and it became one of four districts Switte, Ern, Sandwee and Ramree. In 1829, administration of Ern District changed to to Kyaukpyu and became British’s main military base in Aarakan and in 1837 , Ramree District under Kyaukphyu District and become colonial administration region. read more...
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