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Provinces of Thailand

Thailand is divided into 76 provinces (changwat, singular and plural), which are grouped into 5 groups of provinces - sometimes the East and Central are grouped together. The name of the province is the same as the capital city.

Bangkok is both the province with the highest population and the highest population density. The biggest province by area is Nakhon Ratchasima, the smallest Samut Songkhram[?]. Mae Hong Son has the lowest population density, Ranong the lowest population (numbers according to 2000 census).


    North
  1. Chiang Mai
  2. Chiang Rai
  3. Kamphaeng Phet
  4. Lampang
  5. Lamphun[?]
  6. Mae Hong Son
  7. Nakhon Sawan
  8. Nan
  9. Phayao[?]
  10. Phetchabun
  11. Phichit[?]
  12. Phitsanulok
  13. Phrae[?]
  14. Sukhothai
  15. Tak
  16. Uthai Thani[?]
  17. Uttaradit[?]
    North-East
  1. Amnat Charoen[?]
  2. Buriram
  3. Chaiyaphum
  4. Kalasin
  5. Khon Kaen
  6. Loei
  7. Maha Sarakham[?]
  8. Mukdahan[?]
  9. Nakhon Phanom[?]
  10. Nakhon Ratchasima
  11. Nongbua Lamphu
  12. Nong Khai
  13. Roi Et[?]
  14. Sakhon Nakhon
  15. Sisaket[?]
  16. Surin[?]
  17. Ubon Ratchathani
  18. Udon Thani
  19. Yasothon[?]
    Central
  1. Ang Thong[?]
  2. Ayutthaya[?]
  3. Bangkok
  4. Chainat[?]
  5. Kanchanaburi
  6. Lopburi
  7. Nakhon Nayok[?]
  8. Nakhon Pathom[?]
  9. Nonthaburi[?]
  10. Pathumthani[?]
  11. Phetchaburi[?]
  12. Prachuap Khiri Khan
  13. Ratchaburi[?]
  14. Samut Prakan[?]
  15. Samut Sakhon[?]
  16. Samut Songkhram[?]
  17. Saraburi[?]
  18. Sing Buri[?]
  19. Suphanburi[?]
    East
  1. Chachoengsao[?]
  2. Chanthaburi[?]
  3. Chonburi[?]
  4. Rayong
  5. Prachinburi[?]
  6. Srakaeo[?]
  7. Trat[?]
    South
  1. Chumphon
  2. Krabi
  3. Nakhon Si Thammarat
  4. Narathiwat
  5. Pattani
  6. Phang Nga
  7. Phattalung
  8. Phuket
  9. Ranong
  10. Satun
  11. Songkhla
  12. Surat Thani
  13. Trang
  14. Yala

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