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is located in the center of downtown Yangon
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. The township is home to Bogyoke Aung San Market and Theingyi Market, two of the largest shopping centers in all of Yangon. The township consists of eleven wards, and shares borders with Kyauktada township
Kyauktada Township is the center of downtown Yangon, Myanmar. The township consists of nine wards, and shares borders with Botataung township in the east, Seikkan township and Yangon river in the south, Pabedan township in the west and Mingala Taungnyunt township in the north.The township is home...
in the east, Seikkan township
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and Yangon river
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in the south, Latha township
Latha Township is located in the western part of downtown Yangon, and shares borders with Lanmadaw township in the west, Pabedan township in the east, Seikkan township and Yangon river in the south, and Dagon township in the north. It consists of ten wards and is home to three primary schools, one...
in the west and Dagon township
Dagon Township is located immediately north of downtown Yangon. The township comprises five wards, and shares borders with Bahan township in the north, Ahlon township in the west, Mingala Taungnyunt township in the east, and Lanmadaw township, Latha township and Pabedan township in the south.Dagon...
in the north.
The township has three primary schools, two middle schools and three high schools.
As Pabedan township was part of the original city plan implemented by the British, it is dotted with many colonial era buildings, including landmark buildings and structures protected by the city.
| BEHS 2 Pabedan
|| 124-142 Shwebontha Road
| Bogyoke Aung San Market
|| Bogyoke Aung San Road
Bogyoke Aung San Road is a major road of southern Yangon, Burma. It crosses the city in a west-east direction, running parallel with Maha Bandula Road. The road contains several hospitals, Yangon General Hospital is just off the road....
| Gulam Arif Masjit Waqf Mosque
|| 62-64 Lanmadaw Road
| Former Life Insurance Corporation of India Building
|| 654 Merchant Road (corner of Shwebontha Road)
| Nausaripuri Mosque
|| 281 Shwebontha Road
| Former Myanmar Railways
Myanmar Railways ; also spelled Myanma Railways; formerly Burma Railways) is the state-owned agency that operates the railway network in Myanmar. The metre gauge rail network consists of 858 stations, and generally spans north to south with branch lines to east and west. MR also operates the...
|| Corner of Bogyoke Aung San Road and Sule Pagoda Road
Sule Pagoda Road is a major thoroughfare of Yangon, Burma. It runs past Maha Bandula Park....
| Sri Mugaparumen Hindu Temple
|| 112-122 Shwebontha Road
| Surti Sunni Jamah Mosque
|| 149 Shwebontha Road