Our Branches

We have six branches at all strategic locations to help improve and better serve all our clients

Yangon

Yangon is the country’s main centre for trade, industry, real estate, media, entertainment and tourism. The city alone represents about one fifth of the national economy. Rakhine State (formerly Arakan) is located on the western part of Myanmar between Rakhine Yoma (Mountain ranges) and bay of Bangle, and bordered with Bangladesh. Rakhine State is narrow coastal region. Sittwe is the capital city of that state. Having an area of 36,778 km and the population is about 3 million. Rakhine offers some of the richest archaeological sites in South-East Asia. The Rakhine Coast, though generally rocky, has some lovely beaches. The average temperature is about 29′ C during the summer and about 21′ C in the cold season.

Sittwe

This port city of the Rakhine State sits at the mouth of the Kaladan River where it empties into the Bay of Bangal. Off shore delta islands form a wide protected channel that has served as an important harbour for many centuries. The city started as a trading port around 200 years ago and International trade alone the coast bloomed during the British era. Kaladan Multi-modal Transit Transport Project.

The governments of India and Myanmar are working on Kaladan Multi-modal Transit Transport Project that will facilitate trade between the two nations. The project includes the construction of the deepwater Sittwe Port at the mouth of the river, dredging of the Kaladan river to enable cargo vessels to navigate the river from Sittwe to Mizoram, the construction of a river port at Paletwa, as well as the widening and upgrade of highways between Paletwa and Myeikwa on the Indo-Myanmar border.The project will open up not only Mizoram but all of India’s northeastern states as hinterland for the Sittwe Port. Construction for the port started in 2010 and is expected to be completed by mid-2013.

Maungdaw

Maungdaw is the west most city of Burma and it is a border city too with Bangladesh separated by Naf River. Bagladesh Myanmar border trade zone was established at Maungtaw. In September 1995, Myanmar and Bangladesh initiated formal border trade at Maungtaw of Myanmar and Teknaf of Bangladesh. Bangladesh opened a river port at Teknaf in the southernmost of the country, providing the shortest river link with Maungtaw of Myanmar thus facilitating their bilateral trade.

Currently, Myanmar and Bangladesh are engaged more in border trade than normal trade. Myanmar’s exports to Bangladesh cover marine products, beans and pulses and kitchen crops, while its imports from Bangladesh include pharmaceuticals, ceramic, cotton fabric, raw jute, kitchenware, cosmetic. Besides border trade, Myanmar and Bangladesh also placed emphasis on maritime trade, signing in Yangon a technical protocol on coastal sea-borne trade between the two countries in July 2004.Aimed at facilitating trade ties, Myanmar and Bangladesh have also planned to build a cross-border highway later this year to link western Myanmar’s Rakhine state and Bangladesh’s Chittagong province. The memorandum of understanding to build the proposed 133-kilometer highway to link Buthidaung in the Rakhine state and Ramu in the Chittagong province was signed in April 2004.

Kyaukpyu is a major town in Rakhine State, in western Myanmar. It is located on the north western corner of Yanbye Island on Combermere Bay, and is 250 miles (400 km) northwest of Yangon.

Kyaukphyu

KyaukPhyu- Sino-Burma pipelines refers to planned oil and natural gas pipelines linking Burma’s deep-water port of Kyaukphyu (Sittwe) in the Bay of Bengal with Kunming in Yunnan province of China.The oil and natural gas pipelines will run in parallel and start near Kyaukphyu, run through Mandalay, Lashio, and Muse in Burma before entering China at the border city of Ruili in Yunnan province. The oil pipeline, which eventually terminates in Kunming, capital of Yunnan province, will be 771 kilometres (479 mi) long. The natural gas pipeline will extend further from Kunming to Guizhou and Guangxi in China, running a total of 2,806 kilometres (1,700 mi).

The oil pipeline will have a capacity of 12 million tonnes of crude oil per year. The gas pipeline will allow delivery of natural gas from Burma’s offshore fields to China with an expected annual capacity of up to 12 bcm of natural gas. Kyauk Phyu Economic and Technological Development Zone Developments

– Kunming-Kyaukphyu Railroad Developments
China and Myanmar are planning to construct a railway line to connect China’s southwestern city of Kunming, the capital of the Yunnan province, to the Kyaukphyu deep sea port in Myanmar’s western Rakhine State. The 1,215km rail project, which also includes the construction of an expressway parallel to the railway line, will give China access to the Indian ocean.

– Special Economic Zone
On February 16th, China and Burma signed a supplementary contract to a Memorandum of Understanding on the Kyauk Phyu Economic and Technological Development Zone and related port and railroad development projects

Thandwe

Thandwe is a town and major seaport in Rakhine State, the westernmost part of Myanmar. Thandwe is very ancient, and is said to have been at one time the capital of Rakhine State, then called Arakan.

– Ngapali Beach
Ngapali Beach is a beach located 7 kilometres (4 mi) from the town of Thandwe (Sandoway), in Rakhine State, Myanmar. It is the most famous beach in Myanmar and is a popular tourist destination. The beach stretches for 3 km (2 mi) and overlooks the Indian Ocean.Ngapali Beach has been promoted as a major tourist destination in Myanmar. Several resorts and hotels are located in Ngapali, usually of the high end .The beach is served by Thandwe Airport. All of Myanmar’s internal airlines, have frequent flights to Thandwe from most of their destinations. Ngapali also make it more popular amongst tourists as an unspoilt and private beach.

Gwa

Gwa Township is located in the southern most of Rakhine State and on a long narrow region between the Bay of Bengal and Rakhine mountain range.The township is sharing border with Thandwe Township in the north, Ingapu, Lay-myethna and Yekyi townships in the east, Thabaung Township in the south and the Bay of Bengal in the west.Gwa is a town gaining achievement with momentum in agriculture and meat and fish production.

“Moreover, the town grows edible oil crops and achieves edible oil sufficiency. The surrounding villages of Gwa are engaging in agriculture and fishery work. Gwa Township is located in the southern most of Rakhine State and on a long narrow region between the Bay of Bengal and Rakhine mountain range.

To contact:

No 26, 43rd Street, Botataung Township,
Yangon, Myanmar
Tel: +95-(0)1-8298943, 8202540, 9 8510589
Fax:+95-(0)1-8202587
Email: [email protected]
Web: www.innpaukwa-myanmar.com

 

Head Office:

No 174, well street, KyebinGyin Quarter
Sittwe, Rakhine State, Myanmar
Tel: +95-(0)43-21378, 9 429641686

 

Branch Offices:

Yangon Office:

No 26, 43rd Street, Botataung Township,
Yangon, Myanmar
Tel: +95-(0)1-8298943, 8202540, 9 8510589
Fax: +95-(0)1-8202587

 

KyautPhyu Branch:

No 22, Bonahmauk Street, Ah Soe Ra Quarter,
Kyautphyu, Rakhine State
Tel: +95-(0)43-46305, 46225

 

Thandwe Branch:

Top floor, Myanmar livestock and
Fisheries Development Bank Ltd
Bogyote Street, Thandwe, Rakhine State
Tel: +95-(0)43-65294

 

Gwa office:

NO 1, Bochote street,
Gwa Township, Rakhine State,
Tel : +95-(0)9 49666127

 

Maungdaw Branch 1:

No 689, Two Storage Building
Oo Oak Ta Ma Street
Maungdaw, Rakhine State
Tel: +95-(0)1-3333101,3333102

 

Maungdaw Branch 2:

The corner of Three Storage Building
Oo Mya Wah Street
Maungdaw, Rakhine Stage
Tel: +95-(0)1-3333103,3333104

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