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Ugong people

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Ugong
Total population
~500
Regions with significant populations
 Thailand
Languages
Thai, Ugong
Religion
Theravada Buddhism

The Ugong are an ethnic group in Thailand. There are approximately 500 Ugong in the Suphan Buri Province of Thailand.[citation needed] The Ugong are Theravada Buddhists.[citation needed]

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