Magwe Region (also spelt Magway) is a region located in central Myanmar between north latitude 18° 50' and 22° 47' and east longitude between 93° 47' and 95° 55'. It is bordered by Sagaing Region is to its north, Mandalay Region to its east, Bago Region to its south and Rakhine State and Chin State to its west. Magwe Region is the largest of Myanmar's seven Regions, with an area of 17,305 sq miles. The artery of Magwe Region is the Ayeyarwaddy River. Railways and motor roads also traverse the region in addition to airfields. Magwe Mya Thalun Pagoda and Minbu Shwesettaw are famous destinations of Magwe Region.