Kyawswa is a common Burmese name. It was formerly a royal title during the days of Burmese monarchy. The name may mean:
- Kyawswa of Pagan: King of Pagan (1289–1297)
- Kyawswa I of Pinya: King of Pinya (1344–1350)
- Kyawswa II of Pinya: King of Pinya (1350–1359)
It is not to be confused with the name Kyaswa , also the title of kings.
- Kyaswa: King of Pagan (1236–1251)
- Kyaswa of Sagaing: King of Sagaing Kingdom (1340–1350)