Khlong Sam Wa District
Khlong Sam Wa
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Khet location in Bangkok
|Khet established||21 November 1997|
|• Total||110.686 km2 (42.736 sq mi)|
|• Density||1,752.07/km2 (4,537.8/sq mi)|
|Time zone||UTC+7 (ICT)|
Khlong Sam Wa (Thai: คลองสามวา, pronounced [kʰlɔ̄ːŋ.sǎːm.wāː]) is one of the 50 districts (khet) of Bangkok, Thailand. It is bounded by other districts (from north clockwise): Lam Luk Ka District of Pathum Thani Province, Nong Chok, Min Buri, Khan Na Yao, Bang Khen, and Sai Mai of Bangkok.
Khlong Sam Wa was established as a district on 21 November 1997 by splitting from Min Buri. Khlong Sam Wa was the name of an amphoe (district) in Min Buri and hence the name is used as the district name. In 1947 when the area was still rural, the farming community of Bang Chan was chosen as a centre for Thai studies.
The district is divided into five sub-districts (khwaeng).
|1.||Sam Wa Tawan Tok||สามวาตะวันตก|
|2.||Sam Wa Tawan Ok||สามวาตะวันออก|
|4.||Sai Kong Din||ทรายกองดิน|
|5.||Sai Kong Din Tai||ทรายกองดินใต้|
- "Population and House Report for Year 2017 (see page 2 for data of this district)". Department of Provincial Administration, Ministry of Internal Affairs. Retrieved 2018-04-01. (Search page)
- Sharp, Lauriston; Hanks, Lucien M. (Winter 1983). Brian L. Foster. (ed.). "Bang Chan: Social History of a Rural Community in Thailand". Ethnohistory. Duke University Press. 30 (1): 35–36. doi:10.2307/481501. JSTOR 481501.
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