|Elevation||314 m (1,030 ft)|
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Langkho, Laangkher, or Linkhay is a town and seat of Langkho Township and Langkho District, in the Shan State of eastern Burma. It is located east of Wān Long. It is served by Langhko Airport and is accessed along the National Road 45. A bridge in the vicinity crossing the Nam Teng River the town lies on is called Nam Kok Bridge.
In 1940, Reverend S.W. Short and his wife set up a mission at Langhko and returned to visit it after World War II. Historically Langhko was very corrupt, occupied in the opium trade. In 1952 the town was known to be involved in tobacco production and contained a pipe making factory.The Burmese Army occupied Langkho and burned nearby villages and dispersed families to cut off aid to the Shan rebels.
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