Occupies an area of
2,640 square kilometers and is administratively divided into 6
Muang, Hanka, Manorom, Sankha Buri, Sapphaya and Wat Sing.
North-Nakhon Sawan and Uthai Thani
East-Nakhon Sawan and Sing Buri
West-Suphan Buri and Uthai Thani
Chainat to its districts
Chainat city near by Provinces
the Ayutthaya period , was an important town used several times as a
base to confront the Burmese army. The Burmese were defeated every
time, thus origination the name of Chainat place of victory.
How to get there
Both air-conditioned and non air-conditioned
bus leave from Northern Bus Terminal (Mor Chit 2) every day for more
Air conditioned bus - Tel. 2794484-7 (05.00 A.M. - 05.50 P.M.)
Non air- conditioned bus - Tel. 2711010-5 (05.00 A.M. - 05.50 P.M.)
Chai Nat is accessible by taking Highway No.1
(Phaholyothin Rd.) and turn left at Bang Pa-In interchange for
Highway No.32 (Asia Rd.) via Phra Nakhon Sri Ayutthaya, Ang Thong,
Sing Buri and turn left at kms. No. 190 to Chainat for 194 kms.
Late August - Early September
In front of Chainat City Hall
All pomelo species can be grown in Chainat,
the best one is Khao Tang Kwa species, its features are a round
shape, smooth skin, thin husk, sweetcrisp taste and a little sour,
but not bitter. Agriculturists now have been promoted by officials
to grow Pamelos as a career.
Straw Bird Fair
Chainat provincial Hall
This annual fair is organized by making good
use of straw, a by-product in rice farming. Various species of huge
straw birds will come perching on elaborately decorated floats
during the straw bird procession slated for early February of each
year. After the competition all straw birds will be displayed in
front of the Chainat Provincial Hall. Local products and
agricultural crops will also be available in the fair.