|Province||Ang Thong Province|
|District||Amphoe Mueang Ang Thong|
Ang Thong (Thai: อ่างทอง (Pronunciation)) is a town (thesaban mueang) in Thailand, capital of the Ang Thong Province. The town covers the whole tambon Talat Luang and Bang Kaeo as well as parts of the tambon Sala Daeng, Ban Hae, Ban It, Pho Sa and Yansue, all of Mueang Ang Thong district, and as of 2006 has a population of 13,738. The town is located at the shore of the Chao Phraya River.
Ang Thong was originally known as Muang Wiset Chai Chan. The original location of Muang Wiset Chai Chan was on the Noi River. Muang Wiset Chai Chan was an essential frontier outpost of Ayutthaya during war with the Burmese, and the location of a Burmese encampment en route to the Battle at Bang Rachan in Singburi. During the Thonburi period, Muang Wiset Chai Chan was moved to the left bank of the Chao Phraya River at Ban Bangkaeo and was renamed "Muang Angthong."
- City of Rice and Water Bowl Fair & Red Cross Annual Fair
- Ang Thong travel guide from Wikivoyage