Kale Township

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Kale Township
Township
Skyline of Kale Township
Township highlighted in the Sagaing Region
Township highlighted in the Sagaing Region
Kale Township is located in Burma
Kale Township
Kale Township
Location in Burma
Coordinates: 23°11′N 94°3′E / 23.183°N 94.050°E / 23.183; 94.050Coordinates: 23°11′N 94°3′E / 23.183°N 94.050°E / 23.183; 94.050
Country  Burma
Region Sagaing Region
District Kale District
Capital Kalaymyo
Area
 • Total 2,337.74 km2 (902.61 sq mi)
Population (2009) 30 Laks
Time zone MST (UTC+6.30)

Kale Township is a township in Kale District in the Sagaing Division of Burma (Myanmar). The principal town is Kalaymyo.[1]

Geography and borders[edit]

Kale Township runs north–south along the Kale Valley in which lie the south flowing Neyinzaya River and the north flowing Myittha River which meet near the administrative seat of Kalemyo and flow east toward the Chindwin River. It is bounded approximately within coordinates of 22° 36´ and 23° 38´ north latitudes and between 93° 58´ and 94° 16´ east longitudes. On the west it is bounded by the foothills of the Chin Hills and on the east by the Mwegyi Mountain Range.[2] The area of the township is 902.606 square miles (2,337.74 km2).

Kale Township is surrounded by the townships of:[1]

Towns and villages[edit]

Bogon, Bogyi, Chaunggyauk, Chaunggyin, Haka, Hnawgon, Honnaing, Hpaungzeik, Htoma Myauk, Inbaung, Indainggale, Indainggyi, Indin, Ingyaw, Ingyun, Insein, Inthe, Kalemyo, Kanbale, Kangyi, Kantha, Kinmungyon, Kokko, Kondo, Kyaukka, Kyaukpyok, Kyawywa, Kyetpanet, Kyigon, Lamaing, Legyi, Manda, Mawlaik, Myogyigon, Myohla, Nanhannwe, Nankyisaung, Nansaungpu, Nanzalu, Natchaung, Nat-in, Natkyigon, Natmyaung, Natnan, Ngapa, Nwa, Okkan, Palata Sakan, Pinlon, Sanmyo, Segyi, Shabo, Sibin, Sihaung Ashe, Sihaung Myauk, Sihaung Taung, Sinywa, Siyin, Taukkyan, Taung-u, Thayagon, Thayettaw, Thazi, Thekondan, Udu, Uyin, Yenatha, Yeshin, Zingalaing.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Myanmar States/Divisions & Townships Overview Map" Myanmar Information Management Unit (MIMU)
  2. ^ "1:250,000 topographic map, Series U542, Mawlaik, Burma; India, NF 46-3" U.S. Army Map Service, March 1960

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