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Khon San District

At the beginning of the Rattanakosin era at the end of the 18th century, Mr. Fumi led the people from Mueang Nakhon Thai district, a subordinate of Phitsanulok, to establish their new town in this region. Mr. Fumi, who was the leader sent tribute ...

Mueang Chaiyaphum District

Mueang Nonthaburi is the capital district Chaiyaphum province in the northeast of Thailand. Chaiyaphum municipality is the seat of government of the province and the largest city of the country.

Chom Thong District, Chiang Mai

Chom Thong district, Chiang Mai district in the southern part of Chiang Mai province in Northern Thailand.

Fang District

According to the Yonok Chronicle, Mueang Fang was built in 641 by king Lawa Changkarat. Later king Mengrai the Great ruled Fang before building Wiang Kumkam and Chiang Mai as the serial of the capital of the Lanna Kingdom starting in 1294. To new ...

Galyani Vadhana District

Galyani Vadhana-district of Chiang Mai province in Northern Thailand. It is named after Princess Galyani Vadhana. It was founded on 26 December 2009 the Royal decree on the establishment of Ampam Galyani Vadhana, Changwat Mai 2552, making it the ...

Mae Chaem District

Mueang chaem was created in 1908, consisting of tambons Mae Thap, tha PHA, Chang Khoeng and Mae SUEK split off from Chom Thong. In 1917 it was renamed to Chang Khoeng, as the district office was in the Tambon. In 1938 it was reduced to a minor di ...

Mae On District

The area is located about 40 km East of Chiang Mai. Neighboring districts are from West clockwise San Kamphaeng and DOI Saket in Chiang Mai province, Bangkok the pan and Mueang Lampang of Lampang province, ban thi, Mueang Lamphun and Mae tha of L ...

Chiang Saen District

Chiang Saen is a district in the Northern part of Chiang Rai province in Northern Thailand. Chiang Saen is an important entrepot for the trade of Thailand with other countries on the upper part of the Mekong river.

Mae Chan District

Neighboring districts are from North clockwise: Mae SAI, Chiang Saen, DOI Luang, Mueang Chiang Rai, Chiang Rai and Mae FAH Luang in Chiang Rai. DOI Nang rooms, the mountain of the Sleeping lady is part of a series, Pets allowed Lao and is one of ...

Bang Lamung District

Mueang Bang Lamung was formerly in ban Bang Lamung, Tambon Bang Lamung. However, the government downgraded Bang Lamung, district to district, with district office on the Bank of Khlong NOK Yang. In 1909, the district head, Phraya Sattaya Nukun Ch ...

Si Racha District

Si Racha district is a district in the province Chonburi, Thailand. Its center is the town of si Racha, on the shore of the Gulf of Thailand, about halfway between Chonburi and Pattaya. Si Racha is located in an industrial zone consisting of manu ...

Phanom Thuan District

The area of Phanom Thuan was occupied in prehistoric times. Archaeological excavations at ban don TA Phet many artifacts were found in the cemetery of the 4th century, which indicates trade relations with India, Vietnam and the Philippines. At th ...

Sai Yok District

The area is located in the valley of the Kwai Noi river in the area of Forests hills. It borders Myanmar in the South. Along the river road of death runs to Nam Tok SAI yok Noi. National Park SAI yok was established on 27 October 1980 and covers ...

Sangkhla Buri District

Kanchanaburi is located in the extreme West of the province, on the border with Myanmar. Three pagodas is the border station in Myanmar. Most of the area covered by the Khao Laem reservoir, an artificial lake formed by the Vajiralongkorn dam on t ...

Si Sawat District

Neighboring districts are from North clockwise ban Rai of Uthai Thani province, Dan Chang of Suphanburi province, Nong Prue, Bo Floy, Kanchanaburi, SAI yok and Thong PHA Phum of Kanchanaburi province. The area is dominated by si Nakharin reservoi ...

Ban Fang District

The minor district king ban Amphoe Fang was established on may 1, 1975, arseplay four tambons: Nong Bua, PA Wai Nang, ban Lao and Khong from Mueang Khon Kaen district. On March 25 1979 it was upgraded to full district.

Ban Haet District

The minor district king Amphoe was founded on April 1, 1995 with area split from ban Phai district. 15 may 2007, a total of 81 small areas in Thailand were upgraded to full districts. With the publication in the "Royal Gazette" on August 24 the u ...

Chonnabot District

Mueang Chonbot ชลบถ was created in the early Rattanakosin era of around 1783. Its center was at ban Nong Kong Kaeo. In 1914 it was converted into a district. In 1943, he was demoted to be part of ban Phai district. In 1966, the area was restored, ...

Chum Phae District

The area has been occupied since prehistoric times. The ruins of the town non Mueang date from Dvaravati times. The creation of the district was announced in the "Royal Gazette", published August 3 1943, originally including tambons Chum PHAE, si ...

Khao Suan Kwang District

The minor district king Amphoe Khao Suan Kwang was established in 1978 by splitting it from Nam Phong district. He was upgraded to a full district on March 16, 1985.

Khok Pho Chai District

The minor district king Amphoe was created on April 30 1994 by splitting it from Mancha tourist district. 15 may 2007, a total of 81 minor districts were converted to full districts. On August 24 the upgrade became official.

Kranuan District

The minor district king Amphoe Kranuan was established on 1 January 1948 by splitting it from Nam Phong district. He was upgraded to a full district on July 22, 1958.

Nam Phong District

Neighboring districts are from North clockwise: texture in the Udon Thani province, Kranuan, Sam sung, Mueang Khon Kaen, and Khao Suan Kwang. The area is located on Mittraphap Road in Thailand route 2 and North Eastern railway. The district offic ...

Non Sila District

The minor district was formed July 15 1996 by splitting it ban Phai with the district. 15 may 2007, a total of 81 minor districts were converted to full districts. With the publication in the "Royal Gazette" on August 24 the upgrade became official.

Nong Na Kham District

The minor district king Amphoe was established on 30 April 1994 by splitting it from Phu Wiang district. It includes Baan non NOK tha th: บ้านโนนนกทา E 102°1817" N 16°4757", and ban na Di-go: บ้านนาดี E 102°1804" N 16°4802" prehistoric Thailand a ...

Nong Ruea District

The minor district king Amphoe Nong Rua was created in 1959 by splitting it from Mueang Khon Kaen district. January 31, 1963, he was upgraded to full district.

Phra Yuen District

The minor district king Amphoe Phra Yun was established on 18 Oct 1976, arseplay three tambons: the young Phra BU and ban ton from Mueang Khon Kaen district. On 1 January 1988 he was upgraded to full district.

Phu Pha Man District

The district was created as a minor district king Amphoe on 15 July 1981 with two tambons is not necessary and the FAI to break away from Chum PHAE district. The administration began work on 1 September 1981 and 1 October 1981 in the district off ...

Sam Sung District

The minor district king Amphoe was established on March 31, 1994 by splitting five tambons from Kranuan district. The creation of the new district came into force on 30 April. 15 may 2007, a total of 81 minor districts were converted to full dist ...

Si Chomphu District

The district was created as a minor district king Amphoe of July 1, 1965, when three tambons, Suk si Chomphu, and Chan was separated from Chum PHAE district. He was upgraded to a full district on March 1, 1969.

Ubolratana District

It is a district of Khon Kaen province in northeast Thailand. The district is named in honor of Princess Ubol ratana, the eldest child of king Bhumibol Adulyadej.

Wiang Kao District

The main area of the king Amphoe was created by the separation of the three tambons from Phu Wiang district. Its creation came into force on 1 may 2006. 15 may 2007, a total of 81 minor districts were converted to full districts. With the publica ...

Ko Lanta District

The district was created in December 1901. It consists of four island groups: the Mu Koh Lanta 170 km 2, Mu Koh Klang 162 km 2, of Mu-Ko-RK 3.5 km 2, and Mu Ko Ngai 3.6 km 2. Other island groups are smaller, as the Mu Ko Haa. The origin of the na ...

Ban Mi District

The district was created in 1883, then named Sanam Chang. When will ban Huai Kaeo, the name of the district was changed to Huai Kaeo as well. When in 1898 the Thai government built the Northern railway through the district, the district center wa ...

Khok Samrong District

Khok Samrong is a district of Lopburi province in Central Thailand. This district is the transportation hub of the province. The campus of Kasetsart University, lop Buri is located in Tambon Phaniat, Khok Samrong district.

Mueang Lopburi District

Bangkok, lop Buri is the capital district of Lopburi province, Central Thailand. The area is home to Khok Kathiam air force base.

Mae Sariang District

The SAI sariang district is a small town and district on the river yuam, in the province of Mae Hong son, Thailand, Northern Thailand, along the border with Myanmar. The areas around the SAI sariang is occupied by mountains and forests. The area ...

Pang Mapha District

Several prehistoric monuments are known in pang Mapha region. The most famous one is the spirit cave, discovered Chester Gorman in the mid 1960s, was occupied from about 9000 until 5500 BC, Hoabinhian hunters and gatherers. There are two other si ...

Wapi Pathum District

Neighboring districts are from the South clockwise: on-Tung, on Chueak, Borabue, Mueang Maha Sarakham and KAE dam of the province of mahasarakham, Paramenter si, Chaturaphak Phiman, the cassettes vise, and Pathum Rat of ROI Et province.

Mueang Nakhon Nayok District

Muang Nakhon Nayok.kʰɔːn nāː.Jok") is the capital district of the province of Nakhon Nayok, Central Thailand.

Pak Phli District

Pak Phli district was established in 1893, then named bung Rai บุ่งไร่. In 1905 the district was renamed to Nong Pho หนองโพธิ์. In the same year, will ban tha Daeng, Tambon Pak Phli, and the government renamed the district to Khao Yai district, b ...

Phutthamonthon District

Neighboring districts are from the North clockwise: Bang len, the districts SAI Noi, Bang Yai and Bang Kruai of Nonthaburi province, district Thawi Sharjah international airport in Bangkok, and Sam phran and Nakhon Chai si.

Sam Phran District

The district was created in 1896, then named Talat MAI district. It was renamed to Sam phran in 1917. The name Sam phran, which means Three hunters, refers to the three hunters of Thai folklore. The area was the site of the Kader toy factory fire ...

Na Wa District

Neighboring districts are from the North-East, clockwise: si Songkhram, phon Sawan, and in Sakon Nakhon province the districts Kusuman, Mueang Sakon Nakhon, Phanna Khon Kaen, and AKAT Amnuai. The main rivers are the UN and Yam.

Tha Uthen District

Neighboring districts are from the South clockwise Mueang Nakhon Phanom, phon Sawan, C. Songkhram, and ban Phaeng in Nakhon Phanom. To the East across the Mekong river in the province of Khammouan of Laos.

Bua Lai District

Area Bua Lai was separated from Bua Yai district and made a minor district king Amphoe of July 1, 1997. Most people of Bua Lai originally migrated there from Maha Sarakham and ROI Et provinces. May 15, 2007, all about Thailand 81 minor districts ...

Mueang Nakhon Ratchasima District

Mueang Nakhon Ratchasima.kʰɔːn raːt.tɕʰā.sǐː.māː") is one of 32 districts of Nakhon Ratchasima province, northeastern Thailand.

Pak Chong District

Pak Chong district is the westernmost district of the Nakhon Ratchasima province, northeastern Thailand.

Khanom District

The area is located in the Northern part of the province. In the West, Surat Thani province, while to the North and East of the Gulf of Thailand. Neighboring districts are from the South clockwise Sichon Nakhon si Thammarat and don Sak of Surat T ...

Pak Phanang District

Pak Phanang is a district of the province of Nakhon si Thammarat, southern Thailand. The name of the district means protected mouth, turning towards the mouth of the Pak Phanang river protected from the open sea by a long Peninsula.

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