Phayuha Khiri District

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Phayuha Khiri
Amphoe location in Nakhon Sawan Province
Amphoe location in Nakhon Sawan Province
Coordinates: 15°29′14″N 100°8′24″E / 15.48722°N 100.14000°E / 15.48722; 100.14000Coordinates: 15°29′14″N 100°8′24″E / 15.48722°N 100.14000°E / 15.48722; 100.14000
Country Thailand
Province Nakhon Sawan
Tambon 11
Muban 125
 • Total 740.8 km2 (286.0 sq mi)
Population (2012)
 • Total 62,508
 • Density 84/km2 (220/sq mi)
Time zone ICT (UTC+7)
Postal code 60130
Geocode 6010

Phayuha Khiri (Thai: พยุหะคีรี) is a district (amphoe) in Nakhon Sawan Province, northern Thailand.


Phayuha Khiri is an ancient city. It was at the mid-point of two larger cities, Phra Bang (today Nakhon Sawan) and Chainat Buri (today Chai Nat), the standard military route used by troops of Sukhothai and Ayutthaya.[citation needed]

Recently the district office was relocated to Tambon Sa Thale.


Neighboring districts are (from the north clockwise) Krok Phra, Mueang Nakhon Sawan, Tha Tako, Tak Fa, and Takhli of Nakhon Sawan Province, Manorom of Chai Nat Province and Mueang Uthai Thani of Uthai Thani Province.


The districts is divided into 11 sub-districts (tambon), which are further subdivided into 125 villages (muban). There are two sub-district municipalities (thesaban tambon) - Phayuha covering parts of tambon Phayuha, and Tha Nam Oi covering the whole tambon Tha Nam Oi and Muang Hak. There are a further nine tambon administrative organizations (TAO).

No. Name Thai Villages Pop.[1]
01. Phayuha พยุหะ 09 10,851
02. Noen Makok เนินมะกอก 12 05,803
03. Nikhom Khao Bo Kaeo นิคมเขาบ่อแก้ว 16 06,369
04. Muang Hak ม่วงหัก 10 02,299
05. Yang Khao ยางขาว 09 03,907
06. Yan Matsi ย่านมัทรี 07 04,785
07. Khao Thong เขาทอง 12 07,488
08. Tha Nam Oi ท่าน้ำอ้อย 08 02,840
09. Nam Song น้ำทรง 11 06,386
10. Khao Kala เขากะลา 19 08,552
11. Sa Thale สระทะเล 12 03,228


  1. ^ "Population statistics 2012". Department of Provincial Administration. 

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