Thanyavong Savang

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Thanyavong Savang
Born (1964-04-17) 17 April 1964 (age 55)
Luang Phrabang, Laos
SpousePrincess Malika Khammao
IssuePrince Kiranvong Savang
Prince Anouratha Varman Savang
Princess Manisophana Savang
Princess Sawee Nahlee Savang
Princess Manilama Savang
Full name
Thanyavong Savang
HouseKhun Lo Dynasty
FatherVong Savang
MotherMahneelai
Lao royal family
Coat of arms of the Kingdom of Laos

HRH Hereditary Prince Soulivong Savang
HRH Hereditary Princess Chansouk Soukthala


  • HRH Prince Thayavong Savang
    HH Princess Malika Khammao
  • HRH Prince Kiranvong Savang
  • HRH Prince Anouratha Varman Savang
  • HRH Princess Manisophana Savang
    HRH Prince Saya Khamphhan Panya
  • HRH Princess Sawee Nahlee Savang
    HRH Prince Santi Inthavong
  • HRH Princess Manilama Savang

  • HRH Prince Sisumang Manivong

  • HRH Princess Mekham Ratsami
    • HRH Prince Sayantha Sisavang
    • HRH Prince Bouneya Sisavang
    • HRH Prince Sathienna Sisavang
    • HRH Prince Sui Sisavang
    • HRH Princess Samiya Sisavang
    • HRH Princess Lolita Sisavang

  • HRH Prince Sisouphanouvong Sisaleumsak

  • HRH Prince Sauryavong Savang
    HRH Princess Dalavan
    • HRH Prince Southira Sauryavong Savang
    • HRH Prince Dayavant Sauryavong Savang
    • HRH Prince Balavant Sauryavong Savang
    • HRH Princess Krishnajina Sauryavong Savang

Prince Thayavong Savang (born April 17, 1964) is a surviving member of the now deposed royal family of the Kingdom of Laos. He was born at the Royal Palace, Luang Prabang, Laos. His father is Crown Prince Vong Savang[1] and his mother is Princess Mahneelai.

Biography[edit]

In 1981, he escaped from Luanprabang to Vientiane then to Thailand with his older brother Crown Prince Soulivong Savang, arriving in France as political refugees.[citation needed]

He is currently exiled and living in Florida, USA, and is active in Lao communities abroad to help preserve and promote Lao culture.[citation needed]

Ancestry[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Evans, Grant (2009). The last century of Lao royalty: a documentary history. Silkworm Books. pp. 206–. ISBN 978-974-9511-66-4. Retrieved 2 August 2011.

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