Mae Wong District
Mae Wong ( Thai: แม่ วงก์ ) is a district ( Amphoe ) in the western part of the province ( Changwat ) Nakhon Sawan. The Nakhon Sawan Province is located in the southern part of the northern region of Thailand.
Neighboring districts (from north clockwise): Amphoe Pang Sila Thong and the Khanu Woralaksaburi the province of Kamphaeng Phet, Amphoe Lat Yao the Chum Ta Bong and Mae Poen of Nakhon Sawan and Amphoe Umphang Tak Province.
Mae Wong is the name of a river in Mae Wong National Park.
The county was on 1 April 1992 initially as a sub-district ( King Amphoe ) was established by the six Tambon Mae Wong, Mae Le, Wang San, Khao Chon Kan, Pang Huai Nam Hom and Sawan were separated from Lat Yao district. 1st December, 1994 Huai Nam Hom was assigned back Lat Yai again. On 11 October 1997, the district Mae Wong got his full Amphoe status.
Amphoe Mae Wong ( tambon) divided into four municipalities, which in turn in 67 village communities ( Muban ) are divided.
There are also four administrative organizations ( " Tambon Administrative Organizations" - TAO, Thai: องค์การ บริหาร ส่วน ตำบล )
The missing geocode 2 was one of Huai Nam Hom, who was re- assigned to the Amphoe Lat Yao.