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Nakhon Sawan province

{| border="1" cellpadding="2" cellspacing="0" align="right" ! colspan="2" align=center bgcolor="#DEFFAD"|Statistics |- ||Capital:||Nakhon Sawan |- ||Area:||valign=top|9,597.7 km²
Ranked 20th |- ||Inhabitants:||valign=top|1,090,379 (2000)
Ranked 15th |- ||Pop. density:||valign=top|114 inh./km²
Ranked 42nd |- ||ISO 3166-2:||TH-60 |- !colspan="2" align=center bgcolor="#DEFFAD"|Map |- |colspan="2" align=center| |}

Nakhon Sawan (Thai นครสวรรค์) is one of the provinces (changwat) of Thailand. Neighboring provinces are (from north clockwise) Kamphaeng Phet, Phichit, Phetchabun, Lopburi, Sing Buri, Chainat, Uthai Thani and Tak. The name Nakhon Sawan means Heavenly City.

Table of contents
1 Geography
2 Symbols
3 Administrative divisions
4 External links


The Ping and Yom rivers merge near the city of Nakhon Sawan to form the Chao Phraya River. The Mae Wong national park on the border with Khamphaengphet province was created in 1987 to preserve the Mae Wong-Mae Pern jungle.


The provincial seal shows a Viman, a mythological castle located in heaven. This relates to the name of the province which translates to Heavenly City. The provincial tree as well as the flower is Lagerstroemia loudonii (Loudon's crape myrtle).

Administrative divisions

King Amphoe
(minor districts)
  1. Muang Nakhon Sawan
  2. Krok Phra
  3. Chum Saeng
  4. Nong Bua
  5. Banphot Phisai
  6. Kao Liao
  7. Takhli
  1. Tha Tako
  2. Phaisali
  3. Phayuha Khiri

  4. Lat Yao
  5. Tak Fa
  6. Mae Wong
  1. Mae Poen
  2. Chum Ta Bong

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