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For those of you who are still confused about the regions and provinces of Thailand when they asked for city/province/district of your significant other's birth place, here are some clarifications for you. Under the Administrative System, Thailand is divided into 4 regions(Northern, Northeastern or Isaan, Central, and Southern). Each region has provinces, for example, Northeastern or Isaan region is divided into 19 provinces (Jungwat, จังหวัด). Each province has its districts (Amphoe, อำเผอ); each district has its sub-districts (Thumbon, ตำบล); and each sub-district has its smaller villages (Ban, บ้าน), which all are under province control. Under this system, Thailand has a total of 76 Provinces. Isaan has 19, Northern has 17, Central has 26, and Southern has 14. I hope this helps. If you still need more info, please read my blog at http://mythaiworldnetwork.blogspot.com/


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For those of you who are still confused about the regions and provinces of Thailand when they asked for city/province/district of your significant other's birth place, here are some clarifications for you. Under the Administrative System, Thailand is divided into 4 regions(Northern, Northeastern or Isaan, Central, and Southern). Each region has provinces, for example, Northeastern or Isaan region is divided into 19 provinces (Jungwat, จังหวัด). Each province has its districts (Amphoe, อำเผอ); each district has its sub-districts (Thumbon, ตำบล); and each sub-district has its smaller villages (Ban, บ้าน), which all are under province control. Under this system, Thailand has a total of 76 Provinces. Isaan has 19, Northern has 17, Central has 26, and Southern has 14. I hope this helps. If you still need more info, please read my blog at http://mythaiworldne...k.blogspot.com/

Very good information. I reported this to the mods last night to see if they can pin this under the Thailand forum, so that it stays on the front page. No response yet.


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Thailand
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Very good information. I reported this to the mods last night to see if they can pin this under the Thailand forum, so that it stays on the front page. No response yet.

Thanks Karee, I have noticed people asking quite often on this issue, and it was suggested by a friend that I should post it in VJ.


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