Petchaboon

Petchaboon

Phetchabun is a town in Thailand, capital of Phetchabun Province. It covers the tambon Nai Mueang of the Phetchabun district, along the Pa Sak River.

As of 2005, it had a population of 23,823. Phetchabun lies 340 km north of Bangkok.EtymologyFrom historical evidence, it is believed that Phetchabun was established by two kingdoms, the Sukhothai Kingdom and the Ayutthaya Period of King Narai. Initially the province was called "Phe-cha-buth" as "Phuenchapura", which means "the town that grows plenty of crops", as the province is very fertile.Geogr

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