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Sawang Wirawong District

Sawang Wirawong is a district in the central part of Ubon Ratchathani Province, northeastern Thailand.

                                               

Selaphum District

Neighboring districts are from the south clockwise: Phanom Phrai, At Samat, Thung Khao Luang, Thawat Buri, Chiang Khwan, Pho Chai, Phon Thong, and Nong Phok of Roi Et Province; Kut Chum, Sai Mun and Mueang Yasothon of Yasothon Province.

                                               

Senangkhanikhom District

Senangkhanikhom.ni.kʰōm") is a district in the northern part of Amnat Charoen Province, northeastern Thailand.

                                               

Si Bun Rueang District

Si Bun Rueang is a district in the southwestern part of Nong Bua Lamphu Province, northeastern Thailand. It may also be spelled Sri Bun Rueang.

                                               

Si Chiang Mai District

Si Chiang Mai is a district in the western part of Nong Khai Province, northeastern Thailand. It may also be spelled Sri Chiang Mai.

                                               

Si Mueang Mai District

Si Mueang Mai is a district in the northeastern part of Ubon Ratchathani Province, northeastern Thailand; it may also be spelled Sri Mueang Mai.

                                               

Si Narong District

The minor district king amphoe was established on 1 April 1995 with five tambons split from Sangkha District. On 15 May 2007, all 81 minor districts were upgraded to full districts. On 24 August the upgrade became official.

                                               

Si Rattana District

The minor district king amphoe was created on 5 March 1981, when the four tambons, Si Kaeo, Phing Phuai, Sa Yao, and Tum, were split off from Kantharalak District. It was upgraded to a full district on 26 May 1989.

                                               

Si Songkhram District

Neighboring districts are from the north clockwise: Na Thom, Ban Phaeng, Tha Uthen, Phon Sawan, and Na Wa of Nakhon Phanom Province, and Akat Amnuai of Sakon Nakhon Province. The district is named after its main river, the Songkhram River.

                                               

Si Subdistrict

Si is a tambon of Khun Han District, in Si Sa Ket Province, Thailand. In 2017 it had a total population of 11.476 people.

                                               

Si That District

Neighboring districts are from the west clockwise Kumphawapi, Ku Kaeo, Chai Wan and Wang Sam Mo of Udon Thani Province, and Tha Khantho of Kalasin Province.

                                               

Sida District

The area of Sida was separated from Bua Yai District and made a minor district on 1 July 1997. On 15 May 2007, all 81 minor districts were upgraded to full districts. On 24 August the upgrade became official.

                                               

Sikhio District

Originally known as Mueang Nakhon Chantuek, Sikhio is an ancient frontier city between the Thai-dominated Chao Phraya valley and the Lao-dominated Khorat Plateau. Nakhon Chantuek was controlled directly by the central government of Siam. On 1 Apr ...

                                               

Sikhoraphum District

Neighboring districts are from the north clockwise: Sanom and Samrong Thap of Surin Province; Prang Ku of Sisaket Province; Si Narong, Lamduan, Mueang Surin, Khwao Sinarin and Chom Phra of Surin. Sikhoraphum is approximately 30 minutes from Muean ...

                                               

Sila Lat District

The minor district king amphoe was established on 1 July 1997, when four tambons were split off from Rasi Salai District. On 15 May 2007, all 81 minor districts were upgraded to full districts. On 24 August, the upgrade became official.

                                               

Sirindhorn District

Sirindhorn is a district of Ubon Ratchathani Province, Thailand, established by the Royal Decree Establishing Amphoe Sirindhorn, BE 2534, coming into force on 4 January 1992. It was named in the honour of Princess Sirindhorn on the occasion of he ...

                                               

Sisaket

Sisaket is a town municipality in northeast Thailand, incorporating Mueang Nuea and Mueang Tai Subdistricts and parts of Cham, Nong Khrok, Pho, Phon kha, and Ya Plong Subdistricts, all in Mueang Sisaket District, the capital of Sisaket Province. ...

                                               

Soeng Sang District

Soeng Sang is a district in the southeastern part of Nakhon Ratchasima Province, northeastern Thailand.

                                               

Somdet District

Neighboring districts are from the southeast clockwise: Huai Phueng, Na Mon, Mueang Kalasin, Sahatsakhan, and Kham Muang of Kalasin Province and Phu Phan of Sakon Nakhon Province.

                                               

Song Dao District

Neighboring districts are from the north clockwise Sawang Daen Din District and Phang Khon of Sakon Nakhon Province and Chai Wan of Udon Thani Province.

                                               

Sung Noen District

The literal translation of Sung Noen is high hills, as the area has two high sung hills noen beside a pond, and has never been flooded. Sung Noen was the location of two ancient cities, Mueang Sema and Khorakha Khorat Pura. When the Northeastern ...

                                               

Suwannakhuha District

Suwannakhuha District is the northernmost district of Nong Bua Lamphu Province, northeastern Thailand.

                                               

Tan Sum District

The minor district king amphoe Tan Sum was created on 18 September 1978, when the three tambons Tan Sum, Samrong, and Chik Thoeng were split off from Phibun Mangsahan District. It was upgraded to a full district on 1 January 1988.

                                               

Tao Ngoi District

The minor district king amphoe was created on 1 September 1978, when the two tambons, Tao Ngoi and Bueng Thawai, were split off from Mueang Sakon Nakhon District. It was upgraded to a full district on 19 July 1991. The districts name in the Isan ...

                                               

Tha Bo District

Neighboring districts are from the east clockwise: Mueang Nong Khai and Sa Khrai of Nong Khai Province; Ban Phue of Udon Thani Province; Pho Tak and Si Chiang Mai of Nong Khai Province. To the northeast across the Mekong river is the Lao province ...

                                               

Tha Khantho District

Neighboring districts are from the south clockwise: Nong Kung Si of Kalasin Province; Kranuan of Khon Kaen Province; Kumphawapi, Si That, and Wang Sam Mo of Udon Thani Province.

                                               

Tha Li District

Neighboring districts are from the northeast clockwise: Chiang Khan, Mueang Loei and Phu Ruea of Loei Province. To the northwest is Xaignabouli Province of Laos. The northwestern part of the district reaches the southern end of the Luang Prabang ...

                                               

Tha Sawang Subdistrict

Neighboring subdistricts are from the north clockwise Na Di, Kae Yai, Nok Mueang and Kho of Mueang Surin, Surin Province and Nong Teng, Chumsaeng, and Lamduan of Krasang District, Buriram Province.

                                               

Tha Tum District

Neighboring districts are from the east clockwise: Rattanaburi, Sanom and Chom Phra of Surin Province; Satuek of Buriram Province; Chumphon Buri of Surin; Kaset Wisai and Suwannaphum of Roi Et Province.

                                               

That Phanom District

That Phanom is a district in the southern part of Nakhon Phanom Province, northeastern Thailand. The district is named after Wat Phra That Phanom, the most important Buddhist temple in the region.

                                               

Thep Sathit District

The minor district king amphoe Thep Sathit was created on 1 November 1976, when the three tambons Wa Tabaek, Na Yang Klak, and Huai Yai Chio were split off from Bamnet Narong District. On 1 April 1983 it was upgraded to a full district.

                                               

Thepharak District

Originally, Tambon Samnak Takhrau was part of Tambon Pan Chana, Dan Khun Thot District. On 1 April 1995 the Interior Ministry separated Tambons Samnak Takhrau, Nong Waeng, and Bueng Prue to create the new minor district king amphoe Samnak Takhrau ...

                                               

Thung Fon District

Neighboring districts are from the south clockwise Nong Han, Phibun Rak, Ban Dung of Udon Thani Province, Phon Phisai and Sawang Daen Din of Sakon Nakhon Province.

                                               

Thung Si Udom District

The minor district king amphoe Thung Si Udom was created on 1 April 1992, when six tambons were split off from Det Udom District. The inclusion of tambon Thung Thoeng into the new district was undone on 1 June 1993. The minor district was upgrade ...

                                               

Trakan Phuet Phon District

Trakan Phuet Phon is a district in the northern part of Ubon Ratchathani Province, northeastern Thailand.

                                               

Uthumphon Phisai District

Uthumphon Phisai is a district in the western part of Sisaket Province, lower northeastern Thailand.

                                               

Waeng Noi District

Neighboring districts are from the north clockwise: Waeng Yai and Phon of Khon Kaen Province; Bua Lai, Bua Yai, and Kaeng Sanam Nang of Nakhon Ratchasima Province; and Khon Sawan of Chaiyaphum Province.

                                               

Waeng Yai District

Neighboring districts are from the north clockwise: Khok Pho Chai, Chonnabot, Phon, and Waeng Noi of Khon Kaen Province; Khon Sawan of Chaiyaphum Province.

                                               

Wan Yai District

Neighboring districts are from the south clockwise Mueang Mukdahan of Mukdahan Province and That Phanom of Nakhon Phanom Province. To the east across the Mekong River is the Laotian province of Savannakhet. The important water resource is the Mekong.

                                               

Wang Hin District

The minor district king amphoe was created on 9 March 1987, when the five tambons, Bu Sung, That, Duan Yai, Bo Kaeo, and Si Samran were split off from Mueang Sisaket District. It was upgraded to a full district on 20 October 1993.

                                               

Wang Nam Khiao District

Wang Nam Khiao m kʰǐa̯w") is a district in the southern part of Nakhon Ratchasima Province, northeastern Thailand.

                                               

Wang Sam Mo District

Neighboring districts are from the west clockwise Si That and Chai Wan of Udon Thani Province, Waritchaphum, Nikhom Nam Un, and Kut Bak of Sakon Nakhon Province and Kham Muang, Sam Chai, and Nong Kung Si and Tha Khantho of Kalasin Province.

                                               

Wang Saphung District

Wang Saphung is a district in the central part of Loei Province, northeastern Thailand. The district has been the site of a long-standing dispute between the villagers of Ban Na Nong Bong and its environs and Tungkum Limited, a subsidiary of Tong ...

                                               

Wang Yang District

Neighboring districts are from the north clockwise: Pla Pak and Na Kae of Nakhon Phanom Province; Khok Si Suphan and Phon Na Kaeo of Sakon Nakhon Province.

                                               

Wanon Niwat District

The name of the district means house of monkeys, which refers to the old name of the area, Kut Ling กุดลิง. Ling is the Thai word for monkey, however in this case it is the name of a tree. Thus the old name meant Water which stops flowing at Ling ...

                                               

Warin Chamrap District

Warin Chamrap is a district in the western part of Ubon Ratchathani Province, northeastern Thailand.

                                               

Yang Chum Noi District

Neighboring districts are from the east clockwise: Kanthararom, Mueang Sisaket, and Rasi Salai of Sisaket Province; Kho Wang of Yasothon Province; and Khueang Nai of Ubon Ratchathani Province.

                                               

Yang Sisurat District

Neighboring districts are from the north clockwise: Na Chueak, Na Dun, and Phayakkhaphum Phisai of Maha Sarakham Province; Phutthaisong and Na Pho of Buriram Province.

                                               

Yang Talat District

Neighboring districts are from the northwest clockwise: Huai Mek, Nong Kung Si, Mueang Kalasin, and Khong Chai of Kalasin Province; Kantharawichai and Chiang Yuen of Maha Sarakham Province.

                                               

Ban Dan Lan Hoi District

Ban Dan Lan Hoi is a district in the western part of Sukhothai Province, in the lower north of Thailand.