Myanmar 100 Kyats


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The kyat is the official currency of Myanmar. The official currency symbol: K or Ks. The term “kyat” originates from the ancient Burmese unit ‘’kyattha’’.

The kyat had been introduced in three stages; the first kyat was introduced in 1889. It was made in silver and equivalent to the Indian rupee, which substituted the kyat after Burma was occupied by the British. The second kyat was introduced in 1943, after the Japanese occupation of Burma in 1942, but then the currency lost its value at the end of the war due to the reintroduction of the Burmese rupee in late 1945. The last and current kyat was introduced in 1952, replacing the Indian rupee at the same time, this kyat had a process of decimalization, and it was subdivided into 100 pya. Today are kyat banknotes circulating in denominations of 50 pyas, K1, K5, K10, K20, K50, K100, K200, K500, K1000, K5000, K10,000.

The 100 Myanmar kyats note front design features the Chinthe (Burmese word for lion); the Chinthe leograph is a highly stylized lion that frequently appears in Burmese iconography and construction, particularly as a pair of guardians flanking Buddhist pagodas and kyaungs (or Buddhist monasteries).

The reverse of the note illustrates workers on a temple renovation. The lettering of the note is presented in the Burmese and English languages. This note is part of the 1994 – 1996 series, and its color is blue-violet, blue-green, and dark brown on a multicolor underprint.

Text:  မြန်မာနိုင်ငံတော်ဗဟိုဘဏ် 100 ၁၀၀ တစ်ရာကျပ်, 100 CENTRAL BANK OF MYANMAR ONE HUNDRED KYATS

Additional information


current Burmese kyat banknotes

Product Currencies

Burmese kyat

Tender Types




Country banknote denominations

1, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000, 5000, 10000


Dark brown, Blue, Green, Violet, Multicolor underprint

Composition material



145 × 70 mm


Chinthe (Burmese word for lion)


temple renovation


1994, 1996


Animal, Landscape, Lion, Number, Palm tree, Symbol, Temple, Workers

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