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Ayeyarwaddy river is one of the largest water way in Myanmar. It's is the life blood of Myanmar, the way the Mekong to Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam. Much the same as the Mekong, rising in the southern Himalayas, the river traverses the country from north to south for 2,170 kilometers (1,350 mi), emptying into the Andaman Sea through a nine-armed delta. More than just a economy powerhouse for Myanmar, it's a stunning landscape dotted with stupas, villages and farms along its bank.

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