Burma Political Map
Burma Country Information:
Burma is located in southeastern Asia. Burma is bordered by the Bay of Bengal and the Andaman Sea, Bangladesh and India to the north, China, Thailand, and Laos to the east.
Burma Bordering Countries:
Bangladesh, China, India, Laos, Thailand
Amarapura, Bago, Bhamo, Chauk, Dawei, Hinfhada, Hopin, Insein, Labutta, Laza, Magway, Man Aung, Mandalay, Mawlamyine, Meiktila, Mogok, Mong Pan, Monywa, Moulmeingyun, Mu Se, Mudon, Myeik, Myingyan, Myitkyina, Namtu, Naungpale, Pakokku, Paletwa, Pathein, Phyarpon, Pinleibu, Putao, Pye, Pyin U Lwin, Pyinmanaa, Pyu, Shingbiyang, Shwebo, Sittwe (Akyab), Tangyan, Taro, Taunggyi, Taungoo, Tazungdam, Thandwe, Thaton, Thayet, Thingangyun, Thongwa, Toungoo, Warazup and Yangon.
Andaman Sea, Andrew Bay, Arakan Yoma, Ayeyarwady, Bago Yoma, Bawmi Bay, Bay of Bengal, Bilauktaung Range, Cheduba Strait, Chin Hills, Chindwin River, Combermere Bay, Danson Bay, Gulf of Martaban, Gwa Bay, Hunters Bay, Kumon Range, Mangin Range, Mouths of the Ayeyarwady, Myitha River, Ngayok Bay, Nmai River, Patkai Range, Salween River, Tanen Range and Taungnyo Range.
Burma Natural Resources:
Burma's metal resources include tin, antimony, zinc, copper, tungsten and lead. Other resources include petroleum, timber, coal, marble, limestone, gemstones, natural gas and hydropower.
Burma Natural Hazards:
Burma is subject to periodic droughts; however flooding and landslides are common during the rainy season (June to September). Other natural hazards for the country include destructive earthquakes and cyclones.
Burma Environmental Issues:
The country of Burma, in southeastern Asia, has industrial pollution of air, soil, and water. There is inadequate sanitation and water treatment, which contributes to disease. Another environmental issue for Burma is deforestation.