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History of Udon Thani 
 

Udon Thani

Udon Thani is a large Province and serves as a centre of transportation and tourism in the Northeast of Thailand. It portrays a land of forest temples, a gateway to Laos and the Indochina countries, and possesses one of the world’s ancient civilization sites. Also, it is blessed with natural tourist attractions as well as famous for Khit-styled handicraft.

Udon Thani covers an area of approximately 11,730 sq km, and its administration is divided into 20 Amphoe (districts): Mueang Udon Thani; Nong Wua So; Nong Han; Ban Phue; Ban Dung; Kumphawapi; Non Sa-at; Phen; Nam Son; Kut Ckhap; Si That; Wong Sum Mo; Thung Fon; Sang Khom; Chai Wan; Nong Saeng; Na Yung; Phibun Ruk ; Ku Kaea and Prachaksinlapakhom.

Boundary
North    borders Nong Khai.
South   borders Khon Kaen and Kalasin.
East     borders Sakon Nakhon
West    borders Loei and Nong Bua Lam Phu