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Top Coworking Spaces in Myanmar

7 USD /d
Impact Hub Yangon YMG, Yangon

Impact Hub Yangon YMG


Impact Hub Yangon YMG is the second space of Impact Hub Yangon, located in the center of the city. The surroundings provi... More

3000 MMK /d
Kanaung Hub, Yangon

Kanaung Hub


Kanaung Hub is a co-working space and incubation center located in the heart of Myanmar ICT Park. It is very spacious an... More

75 USD /m
Seedspace Yangon, Yangon

Seedspace Yangon


Seedstars' and Thura Swiss' Seedspace Yangon, powered by CB Bank/the Yangon Innovation Center is launching soon. Cent... More

200 USD /m
AVA Executive Offices, Yangon

AVA Executive Offices


The AVA team is here to share our Myanmar experience with our Clients and to do so in a contemporary and iconic setting. ... More

Recent Reviews of Shared Office Space in Myanmar

Hintha company place is great with excellent internet and quiet place. Also their services is good.
Lilly Kham
Keier Labs is new. vibrant and eco friendly!
Mystery Coworker
Keier Labs is the latest project with coolest vibe for co-workers. Its cool has pipe music, and also gree... Show More
Mystery Coworker
There are monthly events here at Crossworks and it's free. Good learning and cozy area. Many shops near a... Show More
Chris Light

Formerly known as Burma, Myanmar is a country where the locals consider Facebook to be "the" Internet. A Southeast Asian country that has a hoi polloi of over 100 ethnic groups, it is home to the amazing golden Shwedagon Pagoda that contains Buddhist relics dating back to the 6th Century. Myanmar, bordered by China, Laos, Thailand, India and Bangladesh has 1,930 kilometers of uninterrupted coast along the Andaman Sea and the Bay of Bengal. Its purpose built capital Naypydaw (since 2005) is bizarre, surreal and empty of people, apart from street cleaners. It does however have fast Wi-Fi. You will find 20-lane highways, golf courses, reliable electricity, villa-style hotels, shopping malls, and giant detached buildings set amidst wide boulevards on a land area 6 times the size of New York City. It was built in the middle of rice paddies and sugar cane fields, at the behest of the military regime that was in power at the time. An international curiosity as the estimated cost is $4 billion, in a poor country that spends just 0.4% of its GDP on healthcare for its people (the lowest amount in the world).

If you are looking for a true slice of Myanmar city life, you should head to Yangon (formerly Rangoon) and the country's largest city. The country has been under constant long running civil wars with rampant ethnic problems. A country rich in jade, gems, oil and natural gas, the income gap of its population is the largest in the world with most of the economy controlled by supporters of the former military government.
With a population of 56,890,418, the Internet penetration is only 19.3% with all of them jumping onto Facebook.

Beginning in 2011 the country's tech scene went into hyper drive as a consequence of the transition from military rule to democracy. The locals perceive Facebook as the go-to site for everything, from news to chatting to friends, as well as it being the prime space for tabloids and lifestyle publications. But this does have a downside for the amount of scams and hoaxes that are posted and digital publishers have been subject to "Facebook prosecutions" (goal) in relation to what they may or may not have shared or posted on the site. Myanmar's legislation at this point is outdated and cyber-attacks from non-governmental parties happen frequently. It is not laptops or computers being used, but a virulent mobile phone market for accessing the Internet. There is a definite startup scene happening with everything from ride sharing to social messaging apps such as Viber, the country's favorite.

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