Htigyaing Township

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Htigyaing Township
Htigyaing Township is located in Myanmar
Htigyaing Township
Htigyaing Township
Location in Burma
Coordinates: 23°46′0″N 96°8′0″E / 23.76667°N 96.13333°E / 23.76667; 96.13333Coordinates: 23°46′0″N 96°8′0″E / 23.76667°N 96.13333°E / 23.76667; 96.13333
Country  Burma
Region Sagaing Region
District Katha District
Capital Htigyaing
Time zone MST (UTC+6.30)

Htigyaing Township or Tigyaing Township is a township of Katha District in eastern Sagaing Division, in northern Burma (Myanmar). It lies on the border with the Shan State of Burma. The administrative seat is at Htigyaing.

The Shweli River is a tributary of the Irrawaddy and forms part of the northern boundary with Katha Township and part of the eastern boundary with the Shan State.[1] The Indaung Reserved Forest and the Kyauktaung Reserved Forest are located in the eastern part of the township.[1]

Among the towns and villages in Tigyaing Township are: Aledaw, Datwin, Daungbin, Htidawgaing, Myadaung, Tawma and Wundingon.


  1. ^ a b Army Map Service, Corps of Engineers, United States Army (1954) "Mong Mit, Burma" topographic map NF 47-1, Series U542

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