The Yangon stream, otherwise called the Rangoon waterway, is around 40 km long 25miles, and streams from southern Myanmar as an outlet of the Irrawaddy Ayeyarwady stream into the Ayeyarwady delta.
The Yangon waterway depletes the Pegu Mountains; both the Yangon and the Pathein waterways enter the Ayeyarwady at the delta. Fluvial geomorphology is constructing principally in light of waterways of reasonable measurements. The accentuation is on geomorphology, sedimentology of Yangon waterway and procedures for their distinguishing proof and administration.
Display systems, for example, remote detecting have made it less demanding to explore and decipher in points of interest investigation of waterway geomorphology. In this paper, the endeavor has been made the confounding issues of geomorphology, sedimentation examples and administration of waterway framework and advancement examined.