Myanmar is a country with varied elevations and diverse topography, ranging from the high lands on the north to the low lands on the south.
The eastern and northern parts of the country are covered with mountains and hills with steep terrains, while central and southern regions are characterized by low and flat alluvial plains
The mountains of the north and east are a part of the mighty Himalayas, including the highest peak in Southeast Asia, Mount Hkakabo Razi, at a towering height of 5,881 meters.
The country's central part is inhabited by the Ayeyarwady River basin, the most extensive river system, creating a vast floodplain landscape with some of the most important agricultural regions in the country.
Mount Hkakabo Razi is the highest peak in Myanmar, towering at a height of 5,881 meters, and is one of the top mountaineering and trekking destinations in Southeast Asia.
The lowest point in Myanmar is the Andaman Sea, which is at sea level.
See here a list of 10 cities in Myanmar and their elevation above sea level.