Thung Yang

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Thung Yang

Province Uttaradit
District Laplae District
Time zone UTC+7 (ICT)

Thung Yang (Thai : ทุ่งยั้ง, pronounced  [tʰûŋ jáŋ] ) is a village and tambon (sub-district) of Laplae District, Uttaradit Province, Thailand. [1] In 2005 it had a population of 11,121 people. The tambon contains ten villages.

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  1., Accessed 17 August 2011 (in Thai)