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List of provinces of Thailand by population

This is a list of the provinces of Thailand in order of their total population. The data are from the National Statistical Office of Thailand, based upon the national census of 2000, continued for 2001.

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PosProvincePopulation
1Bangkok 6,320,174
2Nakhon Ratchasima 2,550,204
3Khon Kaen 1,727,464
4Ubon Ratchathani 1,686,300
5Nakhon Si Thammarat 1,527,273
6Buriram 1,488,278
7Chiang Mai 1,472,403
8Udon Thani 1,459,097
9Si Sa Ket[?] 1,402,818
10Surin[?] 1,325,694
11Roi Et[?] 1,252,116
12Songkhla 1,249,402
13Chiang Rai 1,124,594
14Chaiyaphum 1,094,323
15Nakhon Sawan 1,088,659
16Sakhon Nakhon 1,036,178
17Chon Buri[?] 1,018,576
18Samut Prakan[?] 1,014,449
19Phetchabun 958,137
20Maha Sarakham[?] 942,171
21Kalasin 919,232
22Surat Thani 907,612
23Nong Khai 881,711
24Suphanburi[?] 854,516
25Nonthaburi[?] 810,254
26Nakhon Pathom[?] 809,062
27Phitsanulok 791,652
28Ratchaburi[?] 788,525
29Lampang 779,215
30Lop Buri 743,033
31Kanchanaburi 733,255
32Ayutthaya[?] 721,641
33Narathiwat 690,001
34Nakhon Phanom[?] 683,692
35Kamphaeng Phet 670,200
36Pathum Thani[?] 669,042
37Chachoengsao[?] 632,533
38Pattani 618,268
39Loei 603,859
40Trang 596,673
41Sukhothai 591,924
42Phichit[?] 571,933
43Saraburi[?] 568,377
44Yasothon[?] 558,530
45Prachuap Khiri Khan 553,120
46Rayong 520,082
47Phattalung 502,869
48Phayao[?] 501,815
49Phrae[?] 491,516
50Tak 484,356
51Sa Kaeo[?] 483,868
52Nongbua Lamphu 481,502
53Chantaburi[?] 474,221
54Chumphon 468,746
55Uttaradit[?] 463,114
56Samut Sakhon[?] 457,078
57Nan 454,610
58Yala 451,190
59Phetchaburi[?] 431,482
60Lamphun[?] 411,231
61Prachin Buri[?] 405,291
62Krabi 371,814
63Chai Nat[?] 358,880
64Amnat Charoen[?] 356,775
65Makdahan[?] 309,955
66Uthai Thani[?] 303,632
67Ang Thong[?] 268,816
68Satun 267,095
69Phuket 261,386
70Nakhon Nayok[?] 240,930
71Phang Nga 234,188
72Sing Buri[?] 232,698
73Trat[?] 217,777
74Mae Hong Son 208,835
75Samut Songkhram[?] 204,024
76Ranong 161,724



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