|Kyain Seikgyi Township
Kyainnseikyi Township, Three Pagodas Pass Township
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Kyain Seikgyi Township (Burmese: ကြာအင်းဆိပ်ကြီးမြို့နယ်) is a township of Kawkareik District in the Karen State of Burma (Myanmar). It's the fourth biggest township in Karen state. The three main towns are Kyainseikgyi, Kyeikdon and Payathonsu. It is drained by the Zami, Winnyaw and the Haungtharaw rivers. The basic education high schools are BEHS Kyainnseikyi, BEHS Tagundaing, BEHS Kale, BEHS Hparrpya, BEHS Anannkwinn, BEHS Kyaikdon, BEHS Azinn, BEHS Kyatkhakhyang, BEHS Thanpayar, BEHS Taungpauk and BEHS Payarthonsue. The main hospitals are Kya Inn Seikyi public hospital,Tagundaing regional hospital, Thanpayarr regional hospital, Kyaikdon regional hospital.
- Census Report. The 2014 Myanmar Population and Housing Census 2. Naypyidaw: Ministry of Immigration and Population. May 2015. p. 51.
- "Burma 1:250,000 topographic map, Series U542, NE 47-14, Moulmein" U.S. Army May Service, December 1959
- "Kyainseikgyi Township - Kayin State"[dead link] map ID: MIMU154v01, creation date: 4 August 2010, Myanmar Information Management Unit (MIMU)
- "Kya-In Seikkyi Google Satellite Map" Maplandia World Gazetteer
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