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Basic information about Phayao
Phayao (Thai: พะเยา, [pʰā.jāw]) is one of the northern provinces (changwat) of Thailand. Neighboring provinces are (from east clockwise) Nan, Phrae, Lampang, and Chiang Rai. In the northeast it borders Xaignabouli of Laos.
Cities, towns & villages in Phayao
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Mae ChaiMae Chai (Thai: แม่ใจ) is a small town and subdistrict (tambon) in Mae Chai District, in Phayao Province, Thailand. It is the principal town in the district; the town is also split with the tambon of Si Thoi. As of 2005, it has a total population of 5,094 people. It is located in the north-western part of the province not far from the border with Lampang Province. It lies along the National Road 1 (Phahon Yothin Road), and is connected by road to Phayao in the south. To the north along the highway are Pa Faek and then Mae Yen across into Chiang Rai Province. The tambon has 10 villages under its jurisdiction. It lies partly within Mae Puem National Park. Mae Chai River is also a river running in the area. Show Mae Chaion the map
PhayaoPhayao (Thai pronunciation: [pʰā.jāw]) is a town (thesaban mueang) in northern Thailand, capital of Phayao Province. The town is divided into the sub-districts of Mae Tam and Wiang, tambon of Mueang Phayao District. The town is on the shore of the Phayao Lake. It dates back to the semi-independent city-state (mueang), founded between 900-1,000 years ago. As of 2005 Phayao had a population of 19,118. Phayao lies 726 km north of Bangkok. Show Phayaoon the map
Ban Tun KlangBan Tun (Thai: ?) is a village and tambon (subdistrict) of Mueang Phayao District, in Phayao Province, Thailand. In 2005 it had a total population of 5098 people. Doi Luang, the highest point of the Phi Pan Nam Range is located at the western end of the subdistrict. Show Ban Tun Klangon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Phayao
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Changwat PhayaoPhayao (Thai: พะเยา, pronounced [pʰā.jāw]) is one of the northern provinces (changwat) of Thailand. Neighboring provinces are (from east clockwise) Nan, Phrae, Lampang, and Chiang Rai. In the northeast it borders Xaignabouli of Laos.Show on map
Amphoe Chiang KhamChiang Kham (Thai: IPA: [tɕʰīaŋ kʰām]) is a district (Amphoe) in the northeastern part of Phayao Province, northern Thailand.Show on map
Amphoe Mueang PhayaoMueang Phayao (Thai: IPA: [mɯ̄aŋ pʰā.jāw]) is the capital district (Amphoe Mueang) of Phayao Province, northern Thailand.Show on map
Amphoe Chiang MuanChiang Muan (Thai: IPA: [tɕʰīaŋ mûan]) is a district (Amphoe) in the southern part of Phayao Province, northern Thailand.Show on map
Amphoe Phu SangPhu Sang (Thai: ภูซาง; IPA: [pʰūː sāːŋ]) is a district (Amphoe) of Phayao Province in northern Thailand.Show on map
Amphoe Mae ChaiMae Chai (Thai: แม่ใจ; IPA: [mɛ̂ː tɕāj]) is a district (Amphoe) of Phayao Province in northern Thailand.Show on map
Amphoe ChunChun (Thai: จุน; IPA: [tɕūn]) is a district (Amphoe) of Phayao Province in northern Thailand.Show on map
Amphoe PongPong (Thai: ปง; IPA: [pōŋ]) is a district (Amphoe) of Phayao Province in northern Thailand.Show on map
Different buildings in Phayao
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Wat Si Khom KhamWat Si Khom Kham (Thai: is a Buddhist temple (wat) in Phayao town, Phayao Province, Thailand. The temple hosts the largest Chiang Saen era Buddha statue in the country. Wat Si Khom Kham is located on the shores of Phayao Lake.Show on map
Lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water in Phayao
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Kwan PhayaoPhayao Lake (Thai: rtgs: Kwan Phayao, IPA: [kwáːn pʰajaw]) is an semi-natural freshwater lake in northern Thailand. It covers an area of 12,831 rai (20.5 km²) at an elevation of 380 m. The lake has a mean depth of 1.7 m. The town of Phayao is at the southeast corner of the lake. The lake was created in 1939 to improve irrigation in the area. It was added to the list of 61 most important wetlands on 1 August 2000. There are currently plans to restore the ancient temple Wat Tilok Aram dating back to the end of the 15th century, which was submerged during the construction of the lake.Show on map