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Bang Chalong

Bang Chalong is a tambon of Bang Phli District, in Samut Prakan Province, Thailand. In 2017 it had a total population of 41.834 people.

Bang Khonthi District

The district is slightly inland at the northwestern tip of the Bay of Bangkok. Neighboring districts are from the east clockwise Mueang Samut Songkhram, Amphawa, Wat Phleng, Mueang Ratchaburi and Damnoen Saduak, the latter three in Ratchaburi Pro ...

Bang Kruai District

The district was created in 1904 and named Bang Yai. Due to its size it was difficult to administer, and thus in 1917 the northern part was split off as minor district king amphoe, Bang Mae Nang. In 1921 Bang Mae Nang became a full district. On 1 ...

Bang Len District

The district was created in 1896 under the name Bang Phai Nat บางไผ่นารถ. The district office was in Ban Bang Phai Nat, Tambon Bang Sai Pa, on the east bank of the Tha Chin River. Later the government moved the central district to Tambon Bang Pla ...

Bang Pahan District

The district was originally named Nakhon Luang Nai, but was renamed in 1916 to Bang Pahan as the name of the central tambon. The Phuan people from Vientiane who migrated around this area in the reign of King Rama II established the settlement. Th ...

Bang Phae District

The district was created in 1914 from 17 tambons from the districts Ban Pong, Photharam, and Damnoen Saduak. At first a temporary district office was located in a pavilion of Wat Hua Pho in tambon Hua Pho. Originally named Lam Phraya ลำพระยา, it ...

Bang Phli Yai

Bang Phli Yai is a tambon of Bang Phli District, in Samut Prakan Province, Thailand. In 2017 it had a total population of 91.678 people.

Bang Pla Ma District

The district was established in 1897 by the governor Phra Samutkhananurak พระสมุทรคณานุรักษ์. The name Pla Ma is the Thai name of the fish species Boesemania microlepis, which is found a lot in the area of the district.

Bang Rachan District

The word bang is a Thai word meaning home, village, or more specifically river village. Rachan is a Sanskrit word which is most commonly translated as creation but can have many meanings. One possible meaning is formation or array of troops. As B ...

Bang Rachan Subdistrict

Bang Rachan is a tambon of Khai Bang Rachan District, in Sing Buri Province, Thailand. In 2014 it had a total population of 7.382 people. The subdistrict is named after the historical village Bang Rachan.

Bang Sai District (1404)

Bang Sai is a district in the southern part of Ayutthaya Province, central Thailand. There is another district of Ayutthaya which shares the same romanization Bang Sai, but has a different spelling in Thai.

Bang Sai District (1413)

Bang Sai is a district in the western part of Ayutthaya Province, central Thailand. There is another district of Ayutthaya which shares the same romanization Bang Sai, but has a different spelling in Thai.

Bang Sao Thong District

Bang Phli New Town Thai Mueang Mai Bang Phli was established between 1992 and 1993 as a residential area for high-income families. The area around the new town, comprising three tambons, was then split off from Bang Phli District and formed the n ...

Bang Saphan District

Bang Saphan dates back to the Ayutthaya Kingdom. In the Thonburi Kingdom, it was named Mueang Kamnoed Nopphakhun. King Nangklao Rama III of Rattanakosin established Kamnoed Nopphakhun as a fourth-class city under the Kalahom defence ministry. Kin ...

Bang Saphan Noi District

The minor district king amphoe Bang Saphan Noi was split off from Bang Saphan District on 10 June 1974. It was upgraded to a full district on 13 July 1981.

Bang Yai District

The district was created in 1917 as a minor district king amphoe by splitting it from the districts Bang Kruai and Bang Bua Thong. In 1921 it was elevated to full district status. Originally named Bang Mae Nang, on 19 October 1930 it was renamed ...

Bo Phloi District

The minor district king amphoe Bo Phloi was created by splitting off some parts of Mueang Kanchanaburi District. It was upgraded to a full district on 16 July 1963.

Bong Ti

Bong Ti is a village and tambon of Sai Yok District, in Kanchanaburi Province, Thailand. The tambon contains four villages.

Chai Badan District

Chai Badan is a district in the eastern part of Lopburi Province, central Thailand. The local people usually call it Lam Narai, as the district center is in Tambon Lam Narai.

Chaiyo District

The name Ban Chaiyo dates back to when King Naresuan the Great and his brother, who later became King Ekathotsarot, defeated the King of Lan Na and Burmese soldiers in this area. The soldiers of Ayutthaya shouted the Thai word chaiyo ไชโย hurray! ...

Chaloem Phra Kiat District, Saraburi

Chaloem Phra Kiat District, Saraburi is a district in the northern part of Saraburi Province, central Thailand.

Chom Bueng District

Neighboring districts are from the north clockwise: Dan Makham Tia and Tha Muang of Kanchanaburi Province; and Photharam, Mueang Ratchaburi, Pak Tho, Ban Kha, and Suan Phueng of Ratchaburi Province. Several caves are found in the district. Khao B ...

Dan Makham Tia District

The area of Dan Makham Tia was settled more than 200 years. It was a border village of Mueang Kanchanaburi adjacent to Burma. The area had a short Makham tree Tamarindus indica, so people called the village Ban Nong Makham Tia. Later was changed ...

Doem Bang Nang Buat District

In the past, Nang Buat District covered a large area. Prince Damrong Rajanubhab and the governor of Suphan Buri agreed to separate the northernmost part and then created a new district named Doem Bang on 16 May 1911. Two tambons of Hankha Distric ...

Don Phut District

Tambon Don Phut, Dong Ta Ngao, Ban Luang and Phai Lio were separated from Ban Mo District to create the minor district king amphoe Don Phut on 31 May 1971. It was upgraded to a full district on 4 November 1993. Most of the inhabitants of this dis ...

Don Tum District

Mueang Tum was an ancient city of the Srivijaya kingdom. The first official district name of this area was Sam Kaeo. Later it was renamed to Kamphaeng Saen District. The minor district king amphoe Don Tum was created on 1 January 1966, when seven ...

Hankha District

Originally the district was named Doem Bang Kao เดิมบางเก่า. It was renamed in 1911 to Ban Chian after the central tambon, as the tambon Doem Bang was at the same time reassigned to the newly created Doem Bang District. In 1927 the district offic ...

Huai Krachao District

Tambons Huai Krachao, Wang Phai, Sa Long Ruea, and Don Salaep were separated from Phanom Thuan District and formed the minor district king amphoe Huai Krachao on 30 April 1994. It was upgraded to district status on 11 October 1997.

In Buri District

In Buri is an ancient city, one of the major mueang or city states. It was built in the reign of King Ramesuan in 1369. In the Ayutthaya era, the governor of In Buri always was a royal family member because In Buri was a northern frontier city of ...

Kamphaeng Saen District

Neighbouring districts are from the north clockwise: Song Phi Nong of Suphanburi Province; Bang Len, Don Tum, and Mueang Nakhon Pathom of Nakhon Pathom Province; Ban Pong of Ratchaburi Province; and Tha Maka of Kanchanaburi Province. Kasetsart Un ...

Khai Bang Rachan District

In 1966 the government renovated Khai Bang Rachan Camp Bang Rachan. They agreed to establish a new district to commemorate the battle at Bang Rachan. The area was thus separated from Bang Rachan District and became a minor district king amphoe on ...

Khao Yoi District

The district was established in 1897 and Luang Phromsan หลวงพรหมสาร was assigned as the first district officer. At first named Huai Luang, the district was renamed Khao Yoi in 1903 due to the site of the district office. The name of the district ...

Khlong Luang District

Originally, the area was part of the Bang Wai District, controlled by Mueang Thanyaburi. In the Ayutthaya era, this area was lowland deep forest. In 1767 when the Ayutthaya Kingdom was destroyed by Burmese troops, some of the survivors moved to t ...

Khok Charoen District

The minor district king amphoe was created on 9 March 1987 by splitting off four tambons from Khok Samrong District. It was upgraded to full district status on 4 November 1993.

Krathum Baen District

Krathum Baen was a part of Mueang Samut Sakhon District. It was created in 1900. In 1926 the government added Tambons Tha Mai, Bang Yang, Nong Kok Khai, and Om Noi of Sam Phran District, Nakhon Pathom Province to the district.

Kui Buri District

Mueang Kui was an ancient city of the Ayutthaya Kingdom. In the reign of King Boromakot, Kui was fourth-class city. In the Rattanakosin era, King Rama II established a Mueang Bang Nang Rom, which had its city hall in Kui Buri. King Mongkut Rama I ...

Lam Luk Ka District

The name Lam Luk Ka originates from a fertile pond in Bueng Lam Luk Ka District. When the government created the district Lam Luk Ka in 1904, they cut the word Bueng off. Locals say the name translates to English as song of the baby raven and man ...

Lam Sonthi District

Lam Sonthi was created as a minor district king amphoe on 1 April 1989, by splitting off five tambons from the district Chai Badan District. It was upgraded to a full district on 5 December 1996. The sixth tambon, Khao Noi, was created in 1994.

Lao Khwan District

Laotian people moved to establish a new village in the area of Ban Ko Ban Kao. Later people from Bo Phloi moved to the area. When the government established a new town, they named it Ban Lao Khwan. The minor district king amphoe Lao Khwan was cre ...

Lat Lum Kaeo District

Neighboring districts are from the north clockwise: Lat Bua Luang of Ayutthaya Province; Sam Khok and Mueang Pathum Thani of Pathum Thani Province; and Pak Kret, Bang Bua Thong, and Sai Noi of Nonthaburi Province.

Maha Rat District

Neighboring districts are from the north clockwise Ban Phraek of Ayutthaya Province, Don Phut of Saraburi Province, Bang Pahan of Ayutthaya Province, and Pa Mok, Mueang Ang Thong, and Chaiyo of Ang Thong Province.

Manorom District

Neighboring districts are from the south clockwise Mueang Chainat and Wat Sing of Chainat Province; Mueang Uthai Thani of Uthai Thani Province; Phayuha Khiri and Takhli of Nakhon Sawan Province.

Mueang Chai Nat District

Neighbouring districts are from the east clockwise Sapphaya, Sankhaburi, Hankha, Wat Sing, and Manorom of Chai Nat Province; and Takhli of Nakhon Sawan Province.

Mueang Kanchanaburi District

Mueang Kanchanaburi changed status to become the capital district amphoe mueang of Kanchanaburi Province in 1913. The old district office was in Tambon Ban Nuea. It was moved to Tambon Pak Phraek on 1 October 1954. The district is home to the "br ...

Mueang Nakhon Pathom District

Mueang Nakhon Pathom.kʰɔ̄ːn pā.tʰǒm") is the capital district of Nakhon Pathom Province, central Thailand.

Mueang Nonthaburi District

Mueang Nonthaburi, pronounced) is the capital district of Nonthaburi Province in Thailand. The city of Nonthaburi has 267.001 inhabitants, while the whole district has 348.553.

Mueang Pathum Thani District

In the past, the district was called Bang Kadi District after the name of central tambon, as required by the Law of 1897. The district office was on the east bank of the Chao Phraya River. The office was moved to Tambon Parok, on the west bank of ...

Mueang Phetchaburi District

Neighboring districts are from the northeast clockwise Ban Laem, Khao Yoi, Ban Lat, and Tha Yang of Phetchaburi Province and the Bay of Bangkok. The important water resource is the Phetchaburi River.

Mueang Ratchaburi District

Mueang Ratchaburi is the capital district of Ratchaburi Province, western Thailand. As of 2017 the population of the district was 122.747.

Mueang Samut Prakan District

Mueang Samut Prakan or colloquially as Paknam Samut Prakan is the capital district of Samut Prakan Province, central Thailand. The district has the highest population of all districts of Thailand.