Mueang Suang District
Neighboring districts are (from north clockwise): Amphoe At Samat which, Suwannaphum, Kaset Wisai and Chaturaphak Phiman. All Amphoe located in the province of Roi Et
In the past, one of the eleven Mueang Suang ( city-states ), which were the Mueang Roi Et subordinate.
On March 15, 1973, the sub-district ( King Amphoe ) Mueang Suang was set up by the three tambon Nong Phue, Khu Mueang Nong Hin and were separated from Amphoe Suwannaphum. On March 25, 1979, he was promoted to Amphoe.
The road 215 from Amphoe Suwannaphum ( south ) 214 leads from the provincial capital Roi Et to Surin, capital of the southern province of Surin. Apart from this for the Isaan important connection there are roads to At Samat ( east ) and after Chaturaphak Phiman ( west ).
Also buses with a regular service to cross the Amphoe. Runs several times a day on the main road an air-conditioned bus from Roi Et to Surin, stopping in Mueang Suang. A Songthaew leaves every hour from Roi Et over Mueang Suang after Suwannaphum.
Amphoe Mueang Suang is ( tambon) divided into five municipalities, which in turn in 49 village communities ( Muban ) are divided.
There are four small towns ( thesaban tambon) in the district:
- Mueang Suang ( Thai: เทศบาล ตำบล เมืองสรวง ), consisting of the two tambon Mueang Nong Suang and Phue,
- Nong Hin ( Thai: เทศบาล ตำบล หนอง หิน ), consisting of the whole tambon Nong Hin,
- Khu Mueang ( Thai: เทศบาล ตำบล คูเมือง ), consisting of the whole tambon Khu Mueang,
- Kok Kung ( Thai: เทศบาล ตำบล กก กุ ง ), consisting of the whole tambon Kok Kung.