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Bangkok

Places to Present in particular District or Khet ,  particular Sub-District or Khwaeng as defined in each category.

Districts to be named as Khet [edit

Bangkok’s fifty districts or Khet serve as administrative subdivisions under the authority of the BMA. Thirty-five of these districts lie to the east of the Chao Phraya, while fifteen are on the western bank, known as the Thonburi side of the city. The fifty districts, arranged by district code, are:[46]

List of districts of Bangkok

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Bangkok is subdivided into 50 districts (khetเขตpronounced [kʰèːt], also sometimes wrongly called amphoe as in the other provinces, derived from Pali khetta, cognate to Sanskritkṣetra), which are further subdivided into 180 subdistricts (khwaengแขวงpronounced [kʰwɛ̌ːŋ]), roughly equivalent to tambon in the other provinces.[1]

Name District or Khet

  1. Phra Nakhon District
  2. Dusit District
  3. Nong Chok District
  4. Bang Rak District
  5. Bang Khen District
  6. Bang Kapi District
  7. Pathum Wan District
  8. Pom Prap Sattru Phai District
  9. Phra Khanong District
  10. Min Buri District
  11. Lat Krabang District
  12. Yan Nawa District
  13. Samphanthawong District
  14. Phaya Thai District
  15. Thon Buri District
  16. Bangkok Yai District
  17. Huai Khwang District
  18. Khlong San District
  19. Taling Chan District
  20. Bangkok Noi District
  21. Bang Khun Thian District
  22. Phasi Charoen District
  23. Nong Khaem District
  24. Rat Burana District
  25. Bang Phlat District

Name District or Khet

  1. Din Daeng District
  2. Bueng Kum District
  3. Sathon District
  4. Bang Sue District
  5. Chatuchak District
  6. Bang Kho Laem District
  7. Prawet District
  8. Khlong Toei District
  9. Suan Luang District
  10. Chom Thong District
  11. Don Mueang District
  12. Ratchathewi District
  13. Lat Phrao District
  14. Watthana District
  15. Bang Khae District
  16. Lak Si District
  17. Sai Mai District
  18. Khan Na Yao District
  19. Saphan Sung District
  20. Wang Thonglang District
  21. Khlong Sam Wa District
  22. Bang Na District
  23. Thawi Watthana District
  24. Thung Khru District
  25. Bang Bon District

Khwaeng

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khwaeng (Thaiแขวงpronounced [kʰwɛ̌ːŋ]) is an administrative subdivision used in the fifty districts of Bangkok and a few other city municipalities in Thailand. Currently, there are 180 khwaeng in Bangkok.

khwaeng is roughly equivalent to a tambon in other provinces of Thailand, smaller than an amphoe (district). With the creation of the special administrative area of Bangkok in 1972 the tambon within the area of the new administrative entity was converted into khwaeng.[1] The recommended English translation is subdistrict.[2]

Samut Prakan

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The province is divided into six districts (amphoe). The districts are further subdivided into 50 sub-districts (tambon) and 396 villages (muban). There is one city (thesaban nakhon), three towns (thesaban mueang) and 13 sub-district municipalities (thesaban tambon). For national elections the province is divided into three voting districts, one represented by three assemblymen and the other two each by two assemblymen.

  1. Mueang Samut Prakan
  2. Bang Bo
  3. Bang Phli
  1. Phra Pradaeng
  2. Phra Samut Chedi
  3. Bang Sao Thong

Nakhon Pathom 

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The province is subdivided into seven districts (amphoe). The districts are further subdivided into 105 communes (tambon) and 919 villages (muban). There is one city (thesaban nakhon) and 14 townships (thesaban tambon). There are also 102 tambon administrative organizations (TAO).

  1. Mueang Nakhon Pathom
  2. Kamphaeng Saen
  3. Nakhon Chai Si
  4. Don Tum
  5. Bang Len
  6. Sam Phran
  7. Phutthamonthon

Nonthaburi 

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The province is divided into six districts (amphoe).[5] The districts are further subdivided into 52 communes (tambon) and 433 villages.

Samut Sakhon

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The province is subdivided into three districts (Amphoe). The districts are further subdivided into 40 communes (tambon) and 288 villages (muban).

  1. Mueang Samut Sakhon
  2. Krathum Baen
  3. Ban Phaeo

Altogether there are seven municipal (thesaban) areas within the province – Samut Sakhon is the only city (thesaban nakhon)[citation needed]Krathum Baenand Om Noi are the two towns (thesaban mueang)[citation needed], and there are further four townships (thesaban tambon). The non-municipal areas are administrated by 30 tambon administrative organizations (TAO).

Chachoengsao

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The province is divided into 11 districts (amphoe). These are further subdivided into 93 sub-districts (tambon) and 859 villages (muban).