- The Kong Empire (1710–1895), a former African state covering north-eastern Côte d'Ivoire and much of Burkina Faso
- Kong, Iran, a city on the Persian Gulf
- Kong, Leling (孔镇), town in Leling, Shandong, China
- Kong, Côte d'Ivoire, town in Ferkessédougou Department, Savanes Region
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