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Surat Thani (often shortened to Surat, Thai: สุราษฎร์ธานี) former name Chaiya Province is the largest of the southern provinces (changwat) of Thailand, on the western shore of the Gulf of Thailand. Surat Thani means \city of good people\, a title given to the city by King Vajiravudh (Rama VI).
Cities, towns & villages in Surat Thani
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Surat ThaniSurat Thani (Thai: IPA: [surâːt tʰaːniː], Pronunciation) is a city in Amphoe Mueang Surat Thani, Surat Thani Province, southern Thailand. It lies 651 km south of Bangkok. It is the capital of the province Surat Thani. The city has a population of 128,179 (2009), and an area of 68.97 square kilometers. The city's population density is 1,858.47 inhabitants per km². Show Surat Thanion the map
ChaiyaTalat Chaiya (Thai: lit. Chaiya Market) is the one of two subdistrict municipalities (thesaban tambon) in the Chaiya district, Surat Thani Province, southern Thailand. It was founded as the center of Chaiya district in 1915 on the area of former Srivijaya city of Chaiya. It covers an area of 21.0 km² of municipal area and has a population of 5,549. Show Chaiyaon the map
Tha KhamTha Kham (Thai: is a town in southern Thailand. As of 2006 it covered an area of 14.10 km² and had a population of 20,349. It covers parts of the subdistrict (tambon) Tha Kham of Phunphin District, Surat Thani Province. It is on the shores of the Tapi River. The Surat Thani Railway Station is in town center. Show Tha Khamon the map
Takuk NueaVibhavadi is a district (amphoe) in the west of Surat Thani Province, southern Thailand. Show Takuk Nueaon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Surat Thani
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Amphoe Don SakDon Sak (Thai: ดอนสัก) is a district (amphoe) in eastern Surat Thani Province. The two principal ferry companies offering service to Samui Island leave from piers in the district. Neighboring districts are (from the east clockwise) Khanom and Sichon (both in Nakhon Si Thammarat Province) and the district of Kanchanadit. To the north is the Gulf of Thailand, with islands encompassed by the Ko Samui District.Show on map
Changwat Surat ThaniSurat Thani (often shortened to Surat, Thai: former name Chaiya Province is the largest of the southern provinces (changwat) of Thailand, on the western shore of the Gulf of Thailand. Surat Thani means \"city of good people\", a title given to the city by King Vajiravudh (Rama VI).Show on map
Amphoe Tha ChangTha Chang (Thai: ท่าฉาง) is a district (Amphoe) in the west of Surat Thani Province of southern Thailand. Neighboring districts are Chaiya to the north, the Bandon Bay to the east, Phunphin, Vibhavadi and Ban Ta Khun to the south, and to the west the district Kapoe of Ranong Province.Show on map
Amphoe Khian SaKhian Sa (Thai: is a district (amphoe) in Surat Thani Province, Thailand. Neighboring districts are (from the north clockwise) Khiri Rat Nikhom, Phunphin, Ban Na Doem, Ban Na San, Wiang Sa, Phrasaeng and Phanom. It is about 60 kilometres from Surat Thani.Show on map
Amphoe ChaiyaChaiya (Thai: ไชยา) is a district (amphoe) and town in Surat Thani Province in southern Thailand. The town itself has a population of 13,133 (5,549 in Talad Chaiya and 7,582 in Phumriang) (2006), while the whole district has a population of 47,750.Show on map
Amphoe PhunphinPhunphin (Thai: พุนพิน) is a district (amphoe) in Surat Thani Province in the south of Thailand. Tha Kham is the principal town of the district. In 2014, the population was 73,067.Show on map
Amphoe Mueang Surat ThaniMueang Surat Thani (Thai: or Bandon District (Thai: is the capital district (Amphoe Mueang) of Surat Thani Province in southern Thailand.Show on map
Amphoe Khiri Rat NikhomKhiri Rat Nikhom (Thai: is a district (amphoe) in the west of Surat Thani Province of southern Thailand.Show on map
Amphoe Tha ChanaTha Chana (Thai: ท่าชนะ) is a district (amphoe) in the north of Surat Thani Province of southern Thailand.Show on map
Amphoe PhanomPhanom (Thai: พนม) is a district (Amphoe) in the southwest of Surat Thani Province of southern Thailand.Show on map
Amphoe Wiang SaWiang Sa (Thai: pronounced [wīa̯ŋ sàʔ] ) is a district (amphoe) of Surat Thani Province, Thailand.Show on map
Amphoe KanchanaditKanchanadit (Thai: is a district (amphoe) in Surat Thani Province, south Thailand.Show on map
Amphoe Ban Na SanBan Na San (Thai: is a district (amphoe) of Surat Thani Province, Thailand.Show on map
Amphoe Chai BuriChai Buri (Thai: is a district (amphoe) of Surat Thani Province, Thailand.Show on map
Amphoe PhrasaengPhraseang (Thai: พระแสง) is a district (amphoe) of Surat Thani Province, Thailand.Show on map
Amphoe Ban Na DoemBan Na Doem is a district (amphoe) of Surat Thani Province, Thailand.Show on map
Different buildings in Surat Thani
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Wat KhunaramWat Khunaram is a Buddhist temple on the island of Ko Samui in Surat Thani Province, Thailand. It is most notable for being the shrine of \"the Mummy Monk\", Luang Pho Daeng, who died in 1973 and directed that his body be put on display as a reminder of the transience of human existence. It is located in the area between Na Muang and Hua Thanon on Thai route 4169, the main route around the island. It is 13 km southeast of Nathon, the island's \"capital city\" and main port, and 6 km west of the resort town of Lamai Beach.Show on map
Wat Phra Yai Ko FanWat Phra Yai, known in English as the Big Buddha Temple, is a Buddhist temple on Ko Phan (also spelled Koh Fan or Koh Faan), a small island offshore from the northeastern area of Ko Samui, Thailand, connected to that island by a short causeway 3 kilometres (1.9 miles) north of Samui International Airport. As its name indicates, it is home to a giant, 12-metre-high (39-foot) gold-painted Buddha statue. Since being built in 1972, it has become one of Ko Samui's main tourist attractions and a major landmark.Show on map
Wat LamaiWat Lamai is a Buddhist temple in the old part of Ban Lamai (usually known as Lamai Beach) on the resort island of Ko Samui, Thailand. Located adjacent to a main bend in Thai Route 4161, the island's ring road, it has a museum of Buddhist artifacts and the history of Ko Samui and also has a cultural hall for public cultural events and other gatherings such as weddings and funerals. The site covers 8 acres (1 ngan, 50 square wah).Show on map
Lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water in Surat Thani
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Tapi RiverThe Tapi (or Tapee) river (Thai: rtgs: Maenam Tapi, Thai pronunciation: [mɛ̂ːnáːm tāːpīː]) is the longest river in southern Thailand. The river originates at the Khao Luang mountain in Nakhon Si Thammarat Province, and has a wide estuary into the Gulf of Thailand at Bandon Bay near the town of Surat Thani. It has a length of 230 kilometres (140 mi). The river was named on July 29, 1915, after the river Tapi in surat, India, shortly after the town of Surat Thani was named after the town Surat from Gujarat, India.Show on map
Mae Nam Phum DuangThe Phum Duang River (Thai: rtgs: Maenam Phum Duang, Thai pronunciation: [mɛ̂ːnáːm pʰum duəŋ]) (rarely also called the Khiri Rat River) is a river in Surat Thani Province, southern Thailand, the main tributary of the Tapi River. The rivers drains an area of 6,125 square kilometres (2,365 sq mi) west of the Tapi watershed, mainly the eastern slopes of the Phuket mountain range. It joins the estuary of the Tapi 5 kilometres (3 mi) west of Surat Thani in Phunphin District.Show on map
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Surat Thani
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Ko TaoKo Tao (also often Koh Tao, Thai: เกาะเต่า, Thai pronunciation: [kɔ̀ʔ tàw], lit. \"Turtle Island\") is an island in Thailand and forms part of the Chumphon Archipelago on the western shore of the Gulf of Thailand. It covers an area of about 21 km². Administratively it forms a district (amphoe) (as of 2013) of Surat Thani Province. As of 2006 its official population was 1,382. The main settlement is Ban Mae Hat. The economy of the island is almost exclusively centred on tourism, especially scuba diving.Show on map
Ko LamphuKo Lamphu (เกาะลำพู) is a small island in the Tapi River, Thailand. This island is about 9 km (5.6 miles) from the river's mouth, near the town center of Surat Thani. It is connected by bridge to the city at the pillar shrine. Ko Lamphu is 0.75 km (0.47 mi) in length and it is flat. This island is car-free, which contributes to the peaceful atmosphere and makes it a popular place for picnics as well as for sports. Ko Lamphu has a promenade by the riverfront with food stalls that is particularly pleasant in the evening.Show on map
Ko Samui IslandKo Samui (or Koh Samui, Thai: เกาะสมุย, pronounced [kɔ̀ʔ sā.mūj]) is an island off the east coast of the Kra Isthmus, Thailand. Geographically in the Chumphon Archipelago, it is part of Surat Thani Province, though as of 2012, Ko Samui was granted Municipality status and thus is now locally self-governing. Ko Samui is Thailand's second-largest island after Phuket, with an area of 228.7 km2, a population of over 63,000 and a hotel occupancy rate of 73 percent as the number of visitors increases. Abundant tourist resources, sandy beaches, coral reefs, and coconut trees are present on the island.Show on map
Ko Pha-NganKo Pha Ngan (or Koh Phangan, Thai: เกาะพะงัน, rtgs: Ko Pha-ngan, Thai pronunciation: [kɔ̀ʔ pʰa.ŋan]) is an island in the Gulf of Thailand in southeast Thailand in Surat Thani Province. It is part of the Samui Archipelago. It is famous for its Full Moon Party at Haad Rin Beach and as a backpacker destination. Ko Pha Ngan has two sister islands: the larger Ko Samui to the south and the smaller Ko Tao to the north.Show on map
Ko TaenKo Taen (Thai: เกาะ แตน) is an island, approximately 15 kilometers off the mainland and five kilometers south of Ko Samui in the Gulf of Thailand. It is part of the Samui archipelago (Mu Ko Samui, หมู่ เกาะสมุย), which includes about 60 other islands. Just northwest of Ko Taen is the Mu Ko Ang Thong National Park.Show on map
Ko PhiKo Phi is a small unoccupied island near Ko Mak, in Trat Province, Thailand. It can be reached with a sea kayak from Ko Mak. Ko Phi has places to snorkel, depending on the direction of wind.Show on map
Ko PhaluaiKo Phaluai is the biggest island in the Mu Ko Ang Thong Island group. It is inhabited by sea-gypsies who still earn a living from fishing.Show on map