Na Khun Yai

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Na Khun Yai
Country  Thailand
Province Nakhon Phanom
District Na Wa
 • Total 17.734 km2 (6.847 sq mi)
Population (2005)
 • Total 4,565
 • Density 260/km2 (670/sq mi)
Postal Code 48180
Geocode 480904

Na Khun Yai (Thai: นาคูณใหญ่) is a subdistrict (tambon) in the Nakhon Phanom province, administrated by Na Wa district in north-eastern Thailand (Isaan).

The village is located about 900 km north of Bangkok. Na Khun Yai is underdeveloped, with agriculture as the main economic activity.


Neighboring tambon are Phon Suang (Si Songkhram district) to the north and east and Na Wa to the south and west.


The subdistrict was created on May 1, 1978, when 5 villages were split off from the subdistrict Na Wa.[1]


Administrative Building of Tambon Na Khun Yai

The tambon is administrated by a Tambon administrative organization (TAO), which was created on February 13, 1997.[2] It is subdivided into seven villages (muban).

1. Ban Muang บ้านม่วง
2. Ban Na Khun Yai บ้านนาคูณใหญ่
3. Ban Na Khun Yai บ้านนาคูณใหญ่
4. Ban Na Khun Noi บ้านนาคูณน้อย
5. Ban Hua Ngua บ้านหัวงัว
6. Ban Na Khun Noi บ้านนาคูณน้อย
7. Ban Muang บ้านม่วง


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Southern part of Na Khun Yai

Coordinates: 17°30′41″N 104°8′11″E / 17.51139°N 104.13639°E / 17.51139; 104.13639