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Champasak, Laos

Champasak is one of 17 primary administrative regions in Laos with a population of approximately 575,600 people.

Facts and figures on Champasak at a glance

Region name: Champasak (Champasak)
Status: Primary administrative region
Population: 575,600 people
Country: Laos
Continent: Asia

The regional headquarters of Champasak (Champasak) is located in the regional capital Pakxe (Pakxé) with a population of 88,332 people.

The distance as the crow flies from Champasak's regional capital Pakxe to Laos's capital Vientiane (Vientiane) is approximately 465 km (289 mi).

Facts and figures about Champasak
RegionPopulationRegional capitalPopulation
Champasak Champasak575,600 peoplePakxe Pakxé88,332 people

Compare with other regions in Laos.

Map of Champasak

Map of Champasak

Information on Champasak

Information on Champasak
Region nameRegional capitalSubregionsCountryContinent
Champasak ChampasakPakxe Pakxé10LaosAsia

Time in Champasak

Time in Champasak
Current timeSummer time (DST)Standard timeCurrent timezone offsetTimezone
Sat, 18 Nov 2017 - 6:44pmNoSat, 18 Nov 2017 - 6:44pmUTC +7.0Asia/Vientiane

Geographic coordinates of Champasak

Latitude & Longitude of Champasak
PositionLatitude (width)Longitude (length)
Show on map14°45'00.0"N (14.7500000°)106°00'00.0"E (106.0000000°)

Subregions in Champasak

There are 10 administrative subregions in Champasak.
Subregions in Champasak
RegionNoPopulationRegional capitalCapital population
Muang Bachiangchaleunsook Muang Bachiangchaleunsook1.---
Muang Champasak Muang Champasak2.---
Muang Khong Muang Không3.---
Muang Mounlapamok Muang Mounlapamôk4.---
Muang Pakxe Muang Pakxé5.---
Muang Pakxong Muang Pakxong6.---
Muang Pathoumphon Muang Pathoumphon7.---
Muang Phonthong Muang Phônthong8.---
Muang Soukhouma Muang Soukhouma9.---
Muang Xanasomboun Muang Xanasômboun10.---

External sources of information on Champasak

Champasak on Wikipedia