• Thai Province Guide

    Published on 09-22-2018 08:39 PM
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    Bueng Kan Province (Thai: บึงกาฬ) is located in the northeastern region of Thailand. It is the 76th province of Thailand, and was established on March 23 2011. Bueng Kan consists of the districts partitioned off Nong Khai Province and borders the Makong River and Bolikhamsai Province of Laos. There are eight districts in Bueng Kan : Muaeng Bueng Kan, Pak Khat, So Phisai, Si Wilai, Phon Charoen, Seka, Bueng Khong Long, and Bung Khla. Bueng Kan features waterfalls, mountains, and other tourist attractions.
    Bueng Kan has become the biggest rubber producer in the northeastern region with 1.2 million rai worth of rubber plantations and the location on the largest rubber pillow and mattress top factory in Thailand.
    The provincial seal of Bueng Kan, Thailand has a depiction of Phu Thok, which is a mountain in ...
    Published on 08-10-2017 02:49 AM
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    2. Central Thailand
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    Ang Thong Province, originally known as Mueang Wiset Chai Chan, (Thai: อ่างทอง) is a small province located in Central Thailand, that has the Chao Phraya and Noi Rivers flowing through it. Surrounding provinces are Sing Buri, Lopburi, Ayutthaya, and Suphanburi. Ang Thong is mostly flat, agricultural land. It is only 108 kilometers from Bangkok and is known for its contributions to Thai art and mythology. There are a number of historical attractions in Ang Thong, including around 200 temples. Visitors can see handicrafts produced in several local villages that are
    unique to Ang Thong Province.Visitors can see Thai villagers engaged in handicraft production utilizing skills that have been passed down from from century old Thai generations.
    Published on 07-24-2017 10:23 PM
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    2. Isaan / Northeast Thailand
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    Amnat Charoen (Thai: อำนาจเจริญ, pronounced [ʔām.nāːt t͡ɕā.rɤ̄ːn]) is one of the northeastern provinces (changwat) of Thailand located along the Mekong River. Neighboring provinces include Ubon Ratchathani, Yasothon, and Mukdahan. To the east it borders Salavan of the Country of Laos. The name, Amnat Charoen, is a concatenation of อำนาจ ("authority, power") and เจริญ ("prosperous"). It is an area of great natural beauty, featuring a reservoir, the Mekong River, and unspoiled forests and mountains. Amidst this setting are many old temples ...
    Published on 09-14-2012 09:55 PM
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    Yasothon Province is bordered by Mukdahan, Amnat Charoen, Ubon Ratchathani, Sisaket and Roi Et Provinces in the Northeast of Thailand known as Isaan. It was commissioned as a province in 1972 and has a reported population of around 150,000 people. The most important festival of the year for the province is the Yasothon Bun Bangfai (Rocket) Festival. It is held at the end of the dry season during the second week of May to appease the Thai rain god Phaya Thaen. The ...

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