Khumi proper is spoken in the following townships of Myanmar (Ethnologue).
- Kaladan river area in Paletwa township, Chin State
- A few villages in Kyauktaw township, Rakhine State.
Eastern Khumi (Khami) is spoken in the following townships of Myanmar (Ethnologue).
Ethnologue lists the following dialects.
- Pi Chaung
- Eastern Kaladan
- Southern Paletwa
- Eastern Khumi (Khami)
- Nisay (Nise, Palyng, Tao Cha)
- Nideun (Amlai, Ghu, Laungtha, Maru, Paru, Tahaensae, Taheunso, Uiphaw)
- Lemi (Akelong, Aki Along, Kaja, Kajauk)
- Likhy (Likhaeng)
- Rengcaa (Namboi, Nangbwe)
- Asang (Kasang, Sangtha)
The Kasang (also known as Khenlak, Ta-aw, Hkongsa-Asang, Hkongso-Asang, Asang, and Sangta) consider themselves as ethnic Hkongso, but their language is intelligible with Khumi rather than Anu or Hkongso (Wright 2009). Kasang villages include Lamoitong and Tuirong.
- Khumi at Ethnologue (18th ed., 2015)
Eastern Khumi at Ethnologue (18th ed., 2015)
- Hammarström, Harald; Forkel, Robert; Haspelmath, Martin, eds. (2017). "Khumi Chin". Glottolog 3.0. Jena, Germany: Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History.
- Jonathan Michael Wright. 2009. Hkongso Grammar Sketch. MA thesis, Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics.
- Herr, Kristen. 2011. The Phonological Interpretation of Minor Syllables, Applied to Lemi Chin. Master’s thesis.
- Lung, K Nu San. 2017. Vitality of Language and Music among the Lemi People In Southern Chin State of Myanmar. Master’s Thesis.
- Peterson, David A. 2012. The Khumi cluster and its place in Kuki-Chin-Mizo. Paper presented at ICSTLL 45, Singapore.