Hangu ہنگو is a district in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan. The district takes its name from the town of Hangu, which is its administrative centre.
Hangu District was created from part of Kohat on 30 June 1996. Its area starts from a village named Khawaja Khizer (Jawzara), which is the boundary between Kohat and Hangu Districts. Hangu District is divided into two tehsils: 1 Hangu 2 Thall. The population is 518,798 according to the 2017 census. The top cities and towns of Hangu District according to the population census 2017 are: Hangu City & Towns Darsamander Town population= 43860 Karbogha Shareef Town population= 34022 Tall City population= 32335 Kahi Town population= 26351 Doaba Town population= 21341 Sarozai Town population= 13587 Manji Khel Sharif Town population= 11578