Mansi, Myanmar

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Mansi is located in Myanmar
Location in Burma
Coordinates: 24°7′0″N 97°18′0″E / 24.11667°N 97.30000°E / 24.11667; 97.30000Coordinates: 24°7′0″N 97°18′0″E / 24.11667°N 97.30000°E / 24.11667; 97.30000
Country  Burma
Division Kachin State
District Bhamo District
Township Mansi Township
 • Religions Buddhism
Time zone MST (UTC+6.30)

Mansi (Burmese: မန်စီမြို့) is a town in the Kachin State of the northernmost part of Burma. Mansi is connected by the National Highway 31 from the south and is the western terminus of the National Road 36 which connects Mansi to Muse on the Chinese border in the east.

Mansi is a small forest town and lies in an area affected by illegal logging.[1]


  1. ^ "Myanmar (Burma)". Illegal Logging Info. Retrieved September 25, 2010. 

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