Map showing the mouth of Laonong River at its confluence with the Ailiao River
|Main source||Central Mountain Range: Yushan
3,952 m (12,966 ft)
|River system||Gaoping River|
|Basin size||1,372 km2 (530 sq mi)|
|Length||136 km (85 mi)|
The Laonong River, also spelled Laonung River (Chinese: 荖濃溪; pinyin: Lǎo nóng xī; Wade–Giles: Lao3-nung2 Hsi1), is a tributary of the Gaoping River in Taiwan; it is the main course of the river system above the Gaoping River. It flows through Kaohsiung City for 136 km.
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