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Nakhon Sawan (Thai: นครสวรรค์) is one of the provinces (changwat) of Thailand. Neighbouring provinces are (from north clockwise) Kamphaeng Phet, Phichit, Phetchabun, Lopburi, Sing Buri, Chai Nat, Uthai Thani, and Tak.
Cities, towns & villages in Nakhon Sawan
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Nakhon SawanNakhon Sawan (Thai: pronounced [náʔ.kʰɔ̄ːn sā.wǎn]) is a city (thesaban nakhon) in Thailand, the name literally means \"Heavenly City\". The city is the capital of Nakhon Sawan Province, and covers the complete subdistrict (tambon) Pak Nam Pho and parts of Khwae Yai, Nakhon Sawan Tok, Nakhon Sawan Ok and Wat Sai, all of Mueang Nakhon Sawan district. As of 2006 it has a population of 93,141. Nakhon Sawan is 238 km north of Bangkok. Show Nakhon Sawanon the map
TakhliTakhli is a town in the province of Nakhon Sawan in northern Thailand. The population (2005) is 42,700. The town lies on the train line between Bangkok and Chiang Mai. Show Takhlion the map
Ban Chum SaengChum Saeng (Thai: ชุมแสง) is a district (amphoe) in Nakhon Sawan Province, northern Thailand. Show Ban Chum Saengon the map
Tak FaTak Fa (Thai: ตากฟ้า) is a district (amphoe) in southeastern part of Nakhon Sawan Province. Show Tak Faon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Nakhon Sawan
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Changwat Nakhon SawanNakhon Sawan (Thai: pronounced [náʔ.kʰɔ̄ːn sā.wǎn]) is one of the provinces (changwat) of Thailand. Neighbouring provinces are (from north clockwise) Kamphaeng Phet, Phichit, Phetchabun, Lopburi, Sing Buri, Chai Nat, Uthai Thani, and Tak.Show on map
Amphoe TakhliThakhli (Thai: ตาคลี) is the southernmost district (amphoe) of Nakhon Sawan Province, Thailand. The name of the district originates from the Tikhli ground in Sang Thong, the royal novel of King Rama III.Show on map
Amphoe Mueang Nakhon SawanMueang Nakhon Sawan (Thai: is the capital district (amphoe mueang) of Nakhon Sawan Province, in northern Thailand.Show on map
Amphoe Nong BuaNong Bua (Thai: is a district (amphoe) in the northeastern part of Nakhon Sawan Province, northern Thailand.Show on map
Amphoe Banphot PhisaiBanphot Phisai (Thai: is the northernmost district (amphoe) of Nakhon Sawan Province, northern Thailand.Show on map
Amphoe Chum Ta BongChum Ta Bong (Thai: is a district (amphoe) in the western part of Nakhon Sawan Province, northern Thailand.Show on map
Amphoe Mae WongMae Wong (Thai: is a district (amphoe) in the western part of Nakhon Sawan Province, northern Thailand.Show on map
Amphoe Mae PoenMae Poen (Thai: is a district (amphoe) in the western part of Nakhon Sawan Province, northern Thailand.Show on map
Amphoe Tha TakoTha Tako (Thai: is a district (amphoe) in the eastern part of Nakhon Sawan Province, northern Thailand.Show on map
Amphoe Phai SaliPhaisali (Thai: ไพศาลี) is a district (amphoe) in the eastern part of Nakhon Sawan Province, Thailand.Show on map
Amphoe Phayuha KhiriPhayuha Khiri (Thai: is a district (amphoe) in Nakhon Sawan Province, northern Thailand.Show on map
Amphoe Kao LiaoKao Liao (Thai: is a district (amphoe) of Nakhon Sawan Province, northern Thailand.Show on map
Amphoe Krok PhraKrok Phra (Thai: is a district (amphoe) in Nakhon Sawan Province, northern Thailand.Show on map
Amphoe Tak FaTak Fa (Thai: ตากฟ้า) is a district (amphoe) in southeastern part of Nakhon Sawan Province.Show on map
Amphoe Lat YaoLat Yao (Thai: ลาดยาว) is a district (amphoe) of Nakhon Sawan Province, northern Thailand.Show on map
Lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water in Nakhon Sawan
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Bueng BoraphetBueng Boraphet (Thai: pronounced [bɯŋ bɔːra.pʰét]) is the largest freshwater swamp and lake in central Thailand. It covers an area of 224 km2 east of Nakhon Sawan, south of the Nan River close to its confluence with the Ping River. Originally the area was covered by a large swamp, which was flooded in 1930 with the building of a dam to improve fishing. This is the only known site for the white-eyed river martin which used to winter there, but has not been seen since 1980, and may be extinct.Show on map