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Thai Mueang district


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The place is characterized by the golden teak temple that is carved in traditional Thai carved motifsThis temple is full name, namely the Teks Thammana Temple. Located in the care area of the Department of Forestry With permission To establish a Buddhist demonstration center with forests Under the supervision of Wat Khla Phra Nama In the past, this temple area used to be a forest area which was filledWith pine forests and trees in the tropics, Nana species, called “ Tray Forest ”. This place has also been “ cemetery ” before. This trit forest Local villagers and neighborhoods When someone dies, they die.Will bring the cruise ship to burn or bury the "Tai Forest"This place, which the villagers call “ Treasure Bay ” or the basin in the cemetery. Later, the discipline teacher calculated the disciples of Luang Teks, the Tessor Radiation, restored the area and built a teak church. Tha Sai temple was built by construction as a building.Thai model, model from Ubon, Aranya Sihon.Tha Bo.Nong Khai applied to build with gold teak. The bouquet of the church is carved from Chiang Mai craftsmen. The outstanding Buddhist art is the most traditional Thai carved window that is beautiful. When the window is opened, it will open to see the sea side. Inside the teak church With a wallPagan has a pedestal on the president. Pray the Buddha statue of Pang in the sermon. Carvings from the white jade stone. Indian art. Your face is full of kindness.
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Thai Mueang
District location in Phang Nga province

District location in Phang Nga province
Coordinates: 8°24′0″N 98°15′42″ECoordinates8°24′0″N 98°15′42″E
Country Thailand
Province Phang Nga

 • Total 611.8 km2 (236.2 sq mi)

 (1 April 2000)
 • Total 45,547
 • Density 74.4/km2 (193/sq mi)
Time zone UTC+7 (ICT)
Postal code 82120
Geocode 8208

Thai Mueang Beach, a part of Khao Lampi–Hat Thai Mueang National Park

Thai Mueang (Thaiท้ายเหมืองpronounced [tʰáːj mɯ̌a̯ŋ]) is a district (amphoe) in Phang Nga province in the south of Thailand.


Neighboring districts are (from the north clockwise): Takua PaKapongMueang Phang Nga, and Takua Thung. To the west is the Andaman Sea.

Khao Lampi–Hat Thai Mueang National Park was established in 1986 and covers 72 km2. The park consists of two parts: the beach of Thai Mueang as well as natural rain forest on Lampi mountain.


The district is divided into six sub-districts (tambons), which are further subdivided into 40 villages (mubans). Thai Mueang itself has township (thesaban tambon) status. There are six tambon administrative organizations (TAO).

No. Name Thai name Villages Pop.
1. Thai Mueang ท้ายเหมือง 9 11,172
2. Na Toei นาเตย 9 8,919
3. Bang Thong บางทอง 7 5,075
4. Thung Maphrao ทุ่งมะพร้าว 11 8,908
5. Lam Phi ลำภี 7 4,827
6. Lam Kaen ลำแก่น 6 6,646
 Map of Tambon

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