Nakhon Ratchasima Province

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Nakhon Ratchasima Province[1] (Thai: ᝈᝃᝓᝈᝍᝆᝑᝐᝒᝋ) or Khorat, is the biggest province and the second most populated province of Thailand. Nakhon Ratchasima means ‘big province’. It is in the eastern part of Thailand. It is about 260 km from Bangkok. It has forests, walking, education, rivers, sight seeing, foods, ancient cultures and tradition. There are local handicrafts for sale.

Nakhon Ratchasima covers an area of about 20494 square kilometers with 25 districts:

  • Pak Chong
  • Sikhio
  • Sung Noen
  • Kham Thale So
  • Dan Khun Thot
  • Non Thai
  • Non Sung
  • Kham Sakaesaeng
  • Phimai
  • Khong
  • Non Daeng
  • Prathai
  • Chum Phuang
  • Bua Yai
  • Kaeng Sanam Nang
  • Ban Lueam
  • Chakkarat
  • Huai Thalaeng
  • Pak Thong Chai
  • Chok Chai
  • Khon Buri
  • Soeng Sang
  • Nong Bun Mak
  • Wang Nam Khiao
  • Chaloem Phra Kiat

and six other small districts.

Border[change | change source]

The borders of the province are in the north with Zuma, Chaiyabhum and Khon-Kan, in the south with Nakhon-Nayok and Prajean Buri, in the east with Buriram and in the west with Chaiyabhum and Saraburi.[2]

Shooting[change | change source]

A mass shooting occurred in the province on 8 and 9 February 2020.

References[change | change source]

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