Mong Ping

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Mong Ping

Mong Ping is located in Myanmar
Mong Ping
Mong Ping
Location in Burma
Coordinates: 21°21′00″N 99°1′00″E / 21.35000°N 99.01667°E / 21.35000; 99.01667Coordinates: 21°21′00″N 99°1′00″E / 21.35000°N 99.01667°E / 21.35000; 99.01667
Country  Burma
State Shan State
District Mongsat District
Township Mong Ping Township
Elevation 468 m (1,535 ft)
Time zone UTC+6.30 (MST)

Mong Ping (Burmese: မိုင်းပြင်းမြို့) is a town and seat of Mong Ping Township in Mongsat District, Shan State in eastern Myanmar.[2] The town was not the capital of Mongping State in the Lawksawk area.


Mong Ping lies in a narrow valley about 60 km west of Kengtung. The entirety of the Mong Ping area is mountainous with high ranges running roughly in a north/south direction. The 1,831 m high Loi Wengwo mountain overlooks the narrow Mong Ping valley from the western side.[3]


  1. ^ GoogleEarth
  2. ^ Picture
  3. ^ "Loi Wengwo". Mapcarta. Retrieved 28 May 2016.
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