Chom Thong District, Chiang Mai Province

Amphoe Chom Thong ( in Thai: อำเภอ จอมทอง ) is a district ( Amphoe - administrative district ) in the southern part of the province of Chiang Mai. The Chiang Mai province is located in the northern region of Thailand.


Neighboring districts (from the south clockwise): Amphoe the Hot, Mae Chaem, Mae Wang and Doi Lo Chiang Mai province, Amphoe Wiang Nong Long and and Ban Hong Lamphun Province.


  • Wat Phrathat Si Chom Thong - one of the most important temple of the province, allegedly founded around 750, Viharn in Lan Na - style with a Mondop that contains the highly revered relic Boromathat Phra Chom Thong. In Thai folk Buddhism, he is a popular pilgrimage destination for people who are born in the Year of the Rat.


The circle is divided into six subdistricts (tambon ), which are further subdivided into 96 villages ( Muban ).

Chom Thong has a small-town congestion ( thesaban tambon) and covers parts of tambon Ban Luang, Khuan Pao and Doi Kaeo.

In addition, there are six " Tambon Administrative Organizations" ( TAO - administrative units ).

The missing geocodes refer to the Tambon, from which today the county Doi Lo there.