Location in Burma
|No. of Townships||3|
|Time zone||UTC+6.30 (MST)|
Hkamti District or Khamti District (sometimes Naga Hills District) is a district in northern Sagaing Division of Burma (Myanmar). Its administrative center is the town of Singkaling Hkamti.
The district consists of the two townships:
Prior to 2010, it additionally controlled Lahe, Lay Shi (Lashe), and Nanyun townships, which were transferred under the 2008 Constitution to the Naga Self-Administered Zone. The revised smaller district still has a significant minority Naga population.
Hkamti District is bordered by:
Most people in Hkamti District practice subsistence farming. There is also a jade mine, although most of the jade mining is nearby in Mohnyin District.
The district is inhabited by the Khamti, Duleng (Kachin) and Nung Rawang people.