|Crown Prince of Laos|
27 September 1931|
Luang Phrabang, Laos
|Died||2 May 1978
|Issue||Prince Soulivong Savang
Prince Thanyavong Savang
Princess Manisophana Savang
Princess Sawee Nahlee Savang
Prince Kiranvong Savang
Prince Anourathavarman Savang
|House||Khun Lo Dynasty|
Vong Savang (Lao: ເຈົ້າຟ້າຊາຍມົງກຸດລາຊະກຸມານວົງສະຫວ່າງ; 27 September 1931 – 2 May 1978) was the Crown Prince to throne of the Kingdom of Laos. After the Laotian Civil War in 1975, he and his family were arrested by the Pathet Lao and sent to re-education camps, where they died.
He was born on 27 September 1931, at the Royal Palace Luang Prabang, Laos to King Savang Vatthana and Queen Khamphoui. He was educated at Montpellier University and later École sciences et politiques in Paris. He became the Crown Prince (Anga Mahkuta Raja Kumara) on 29 October 1962, and married Princess Mahneelai Panya (born 29 December 1941) on 4 August 1962. They had four sons and three daughters.
Having read the royal rescript of abdication of his father on 2 December 1975, he lived in a private residence with his family until 1977, where they were arrested and taken to northern Laos where they were placed in a re-education camp. He reportedly died there on 2 May 1978.
The children of Vong Savang and Mahneelai are:
|Soulivong Savang||8 May 1963|
|Sawee Nahlee Savang||1967|
- Knight Grand Cross of the Order of the Million Elephants and the White Parasol.
- Medal of the Reign of King Sisavang Vong, 1st class.
- Medal of the Reign of King Savang Vathana, 1st class.
- Japan : Knight Grand Cordon of the Supreme Order of the Chrysanthemum (April 1965).
- Cambodia : Knight Grand Cross of the Royal Order of Cambodia.
- Nepal : King Birendra Coronation Medal (24 February 1975).
- THE EVOLUTION OF THE SITUATION IN LAOS SINCE THE VIENTIANE AGREEMENT 1973. lao-national-council.com. 31 January 2011
- Daniel White (2010). Frommer's Cambodia and Laos. John Wiley & Sons. pp. 255–. ISBN 978-0-470-49778-4.
- Royal Ark
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Vong SavangBorn: 27 September 1931 Died: -2 May 1978/1980?
|Titles in pretence|
|— TITULAR —
King of Laos
March 1978?–2 May 1978/1980?
Reason for succession failure:
Monarchy abolished in 1975 – Communist take over
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