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Ko Phra Thong

Ko Phra Thong is an island in Khura Buri District, Phang Nga Province, southern Thailand on the Andaman Sea. It has an area of 88 km 2 and is separated from the mainland by a seven-metre-deep canal. The nearest town is Khura Buri, on the mainland ...

Ko Yao Yai

Ko Yao Yai is the larger of the two big islands in the Ko Yao Archipelago. The island group is in Phang Nga Bay in the Phang Nga Province of southern Thailand. Ko Yao Yai means big long island. The other main island of the group is Ko Yao Noi, of ...

Khao Chaison District

Neighboring districts are from the south clockwise Bang Kaeo, Tamot, Kong Ra, and Mueang Phatthalung of Phatthalung Province, Krasae Sin of Songkhla Province. The east of the district is on the shore of Thale Luang lake.

Kong Ra District

Neighboring districts are from the north clockwise Srinagarindra, Mueang Phatthalung, Khao Chaison, and Tamot of Phatthalung Province, Palian and Yan Ta Khao of Trang Province.

Kota Baru, Thailand

In 2465 B.E. the Siamese Government established a Malayan provincial administration divided into seven districts and dependent on Pattani county. The county is divided into Pattani, Nong Chik, Yaring, Sai Buri, Yala, Ra-ngae and Kota Baru or Rama ...

Krasae Sin District

Neighboring districts are from the south clockwise: Sathing Phra of Songkhla Province; Pak Phayun, Bang Kaeo, Khao Chaison, and Mueang Phatthalung of Phatthalung Province; and Ranot of Songkhla Province. The western part of the district is on the ...

Krong Pinang District

Krong Pinang is a district of Yala Province, southern Thailand, established by the Royal Decree Establishing Amphoe Krong Pinang, Changwat Yala, BE 2547, which came into force on 8 October 2004.

La-un District

In 1932 the minor district king amphoe was established as a subordinate of Mueang Ranong District. On 28 June 1973, it was upgraded to a full district. In 1996, a new district office was built.

Lam Thap District

The minor district king amphoe Lam Thap was established on 30 June 1984, when the two tambons Lam Thap and Din Udom were split off from Khlong Thom District. It was upgraded to a full district on 4 November 1993.

Lamae District

Neighboring districts are from the south clockwise Tha Chana of Surat Thani Province, Phato and Lang Suan of Chumphon Province. To the east is the Gulf of Thailand.

Lan Saka District

The district was at first a minor district king amphoe named Khao Kaeo เขาแก้ว, which was a subordinate of Mueang Nakhon Si Thammarat District. When the district office was moved to tambon Lan Saka, the district was renamed accordingly. In 1958 i ...

Mae Lan District

The minor district king amphoe Mae Lan was formed on 1 April 1989 by splitting off three tambons from Khok Pho District. On 7 September 1995, it was upgraded to a full district. As of 2018, the provisions of Thailands Internal Security Act remain ...

Mai Kaen District

The minor district king amphoe Mae Kaen was formed on 15 November 1973 by splitting the two tambons Sai Thong and Mai Kaen from Sai Buri District. On 4 July 1994 it was upgraded to a full district.

Manang District, Satun

The district was created on 15 July 1996 by splitting two tambons from Khuan Kalong District On 15 May 2007, all 81 minor districts were upgraded to full districts. On August 24 the upgrade became official.

Mayo District

The area of Mayo was originally part of Yaring District. In 1900 the district was established, then named Rako ราเกาะ. When in the following year the district office in tambon Mayo was opened the district was renamed after its central tambon.

Mu Ko Siboya

Mu Ko Siboya, also known as Ko Siboya Tambon, is a group of islands which is part of Nuea Khlong District in Krabi Province, Thailand. The Islands are located 15–30 kilometers south of Krabi town on the Andaman Sea. The population 4.920 in 2013 r ...

Mueang Chumphon District

The district is divided into 17 sub-districts tambons, which are further subdivided into 165 villages mubans. Chumphon is a town thesaban mueang which covers the whole tambon Tha Taphao and parts of tambon Bang Mak, Na Thung, Tak Daet, Khun Krath ...

Mueang Krabi District

Neighboring districts are from the north clockwise: Ao Luek, Khao Phanom, and Nuea Khlong. To the south and west it borders Phang Nga Bay. In the district is the Phi Archipelago and several smaller islands. The karst landscape at the coast has at ...

Mueang Nakhon Si Thammarat District

Mueang Nakhon Si Thammarat.kʰɔ̄ːn sǐː tʰām.mā.raːt") is the capital district of Nakhon Si Thammarat Province in southern Thailand.

Mueang Narathiwat District

The area of Mueang Narathiwat was originally a village named Menara เมอนารา or เมอนารอ, under Mueang Sai Buri. Later it was upgraded to a tambon and changed to be controlled by Mueang Ra-ngae. Tambon Manalo grew bigger, so the government moved th ...

Mueang Pattani District

This area was the center of the Pattani Kingdom. In the reign of King Rama II, the king ordered the kingdom divided into seven cities mueang: Pattani, Yaha, Yaring, Nong Chik, Ra-ngae, Raman, and Sai Buri. It was made a district in 1901. Pattani ...

Mueang Phatthalung District

Neighboring districts are from the south clockwise Khao Chaison, Kong Ra, Srinagarindra, and Khuan Khanun of Phatthalung Province, and Ranot and Krasae Sin of Songkhla Province. The eastern part of the district is at the shore of the Thale Luang, ...

Mueang Ranong District

Neighboring districts are from the north clockwise La-un of Ranong Province, Phato of Chumphon Province, and Kapoe of Ranong. To the west across the Kraburi River estuary is the Tanintharyi Division of Myanmar.

Mueang Songkhla District

Neighboring districts are from the south clockwise: Chana, Na Mom, Hat Yai, and Singhanakhon of Songkhla Province. To the east is the Gulf of Thailand. In the northern part of the district is Songkhla Lake.

Mueang Yala District

Mueang Yala.lāː" ; Pattani Malay: ยาลอ, pronounced) is the capital district of Yala Province, southern Thailand.

Na Bon District

Neighboring districts are from the north clockwise: Chawang, Chang Klang, Thung Song, and Thung Yai. Namtok Yong National Park is at the boundary to Thung Song District, protecting forested hills of the Nakhon Si Thammarat Range and includes seve ...

Na Mom District

The district was initially the tambon Thung Phra Khian ทุ่งพระเคียน of Hat Yai District, which was changed into tambon Na Mom in 1943. On 30 April 1981 it was made the minor district king amphoe Na Mom, together with three further tambon from Hat ...

Na Yong District

The minor district king amphoe Na Yong was established on 1 April 1990 by splitting off six tambons from Mueang Trang District. It was upgraded to a full district on 4 November 1993.

Nong Chik District

Nong Chik was one of the seven states mueang into which the Pattani Kingdom was split in the early-19th century to diminish the power of the often rebellious tributary kingdom. The capital was put in tambon Nong Mai Yarang District. In 1901 the d ...

Nopphitam District

The district was created on 1 April 1995 by splitting off the four western tambons from Tha Sala District. On 15 May 2007, all 81 minor districts were upgraded to full districts. On 24 August, the upgrade became official.

Nuea Khlong District

The minor district king amphoe was created on 1 April 1992 by splitting off eight tambons from Mueang Krabi District. It was upgraded to a full district on 5 December 1996.

Pa Bon District

Neighboring districts are from the north clockwise Tamot, Bang Kaeo, and Pak Phayun of Phatthalung Province, Rattaphum of Songkhla Province, Khuan Kalong of Satun Province and Palian of Trang Province.

Pa Phayom District

Neighboring districts are from the southeast clockwise Khuan Khanun, Si Banphot of Phattalung Province, Huai Yot of Trang Province and Cha-uat of Nakhon Si Thammarat Province.

Pak Phayun District

Neighboring districts are from the west clockwise Pa Bon and Bang Kaeo of Phatthalung Province, Krasae Sin, Sathing Phra, Singhanakhon, and Khuan Niang of Songkhla Province. To the east of the district is the Thale Luang lake, which through a nar ...

Palian District

Neighboring districts are from the east clockwise Kong Ra, Tamot, and Pa Bon of Phatthalung Province, Khuan Kalong, Manang, and Thung Wa of Satun Province, Hat Samran and Yan Ta Khao of Trang Province.

Panare District

The name "Panare" comes from Pattani Malay language. Pata means pantai in Standard Malay meaning beach, tare means otter trawl. Thus Pata Tare means a beach for drying otter trawls in the air. With time the pronunciation changed to Panare.

Pathio District

Pathio is a district in the northern part of Chumphon Province, southern Thailand. The provinces main airport, Chumphon Airport is in Pathio. Pathio has alternate English spellings, Pathiu and Pathiew.

Pattani, Thailand

Pattani is a town in the far south of Thailand, near the border with Malaysia. It is the capital of Pattani Province. The city has a population of 43.631. It covers the whole tambon Sabarang, Anoru and Chabang Tiko of Mueang Pattani district. Som ...

Phato District

Originally Patho was a district of Mueang Lang Suan, which was abolished and included in Chumphon Province in 1932. In 1938 Phato was reduced to a minor district king amphoe. On 19 June 1991 it was upgraded to a full district.

Phipun District

Neighboring districts are from the northeast clockwise: Nopphitam, Phrom Khiri, Lan Saka, and Chawang of Nakhon Si Thammarat Province; Wiang Sa and Ban Na San of Surat Thani Province.

Phra Phrom District

The district was created as a minor district king amphoe on 30 April 1994 by splitting off four tambons from Mueang Nakhon Si Thammarat District. On 11 October 1997 the minor district was upgraded to a full district.

Phrom Khiri District

On 26 August 1974 the minor district king amphoe Phrom Khiri was formed with the three tambons Phrom Lok, Ban Ko, and In Khiri split from Mueang Nakhon Si Thammarat District. On 13 July 1981 it was upgraded to a full district.

Plai Phraya District

Neighboring districts are from the north clockwise: Phanom, Phrasaeng, Chai Buri all Surat Thani Province; Khao Phanom and Ao Luek of Krabi Province; and Thap Put of Phang Nga Province. Khlong Phraya Wildlife Sanctuary is on the Surat Thani Provi ...

Ra-ngae District

Mueang Ra-ngae was divided from Pattani in the reign of King Rama I by Vice-King Boworn Maha Surasinghanat. The governor position was Phraya Ra-ngae. The old city office was near Kelantan state. When the first governor escaped from the city, the ...

Railay Beach

Railay, also known as Rai Leh, is a large peninsula between the city of Krabi and Ao Nang in Thailand. It is accessible only by boat due to high limestone cliffs cutting off mainland access. These cliffs attract rock climbers from all over the wo ...

Raman District

The name Raman is a Thai corruption of Reman Jawi: رمان, its original Malay name. Mueang Raman was one of seven kingdoms, into which the Sultanate of Patani was split at the beginning of the 19th century to reduce the power of the Sultan of Patan ...

Ranot District

Neighboring districts are from the south clockwise: Sathing Phra, Krasae Sin of Songkhla Province; Mueang Phatthalung, Khuan Khanun of Phatthalung Province; Cha-uat, and Hua Sai of Nakhon Si Thammarat Province. To the east is the Gulf of Thailand ...

Ratsada District

The minor district king amphoe Ratsada was established on 1 April 1991 by splitting off five tambons from Huai Yot District. It was upgraded to a full district on 5 December 1996.

Rattaphum District

Neighboring districts are from the east clockwise: Khuan Niang, Bang Klam, and Hat Yai of Songkhla Province; Khuan Kalong of Satun Province; and Pa Bon of Phatthalung Province.

Ron Phibun District

Ron Phibun.būːn") is a district in the southern part of Nakhon Si Thammarat Province, southern Thailand.