Thawi Watthana District

Thawi Watthana ( Thai ทวี วัฒนา ) is one of the 50 districts (Khet ) of Bangkok, capital of Thailand.


Thawi Watthana is bounded on the north by the Khlong Mahawat, in the east of the Western Outer Ring Road, in the south of Khlong Bang Chueng Nang and Khlong Bang Phai and in the West about the Putthamonthon Sai 4

The neighboring districts are from clockwise from the North: Amphoe Bang Kruai Nonthaburi Province, the districts Taling Chan, Bang Khae, and Nong Khaem and Amphoe Phuttha Monthon of Nakhon Pathom province.


  • The Utthayan Road, the Boulevard to Phutthamonthon Park, is one of the most beautiful boulevards in Thailand. The road is 90 meters wide and 3861 meters long. An average Avenue is accompanied in parallel by two narrower streets. The light poles along the full length of the street are decorated with Hong ( หงส์ ), swan -like birds from Thai mythology that carry the lamps in their beaks. The Utthayan Road was planned by Phibul Songkhram, the prime minister of the 1950s as part of the Phutthamonthon project. The project rested when he left office, and was only in 1999 resumed and completed. The original name of this street was Aksa ( อักษะ ), Thai for " axis".
  • Siamese Cat Park ( อุทยาน แมว ไทย โบราณ ), here are bred rare Siamese breed of Khao Manee ( ขาว มณี ).
  • Thalat Nat Thon Buri ( ตลาดนัด ธนบุรี - literally: Thonburi flea market ) or Sanam Luang 2 ( สนามหลวง 2) is a market to be sold on the agricultural products, pets, orchids, etc.. The weekend is the greatest choice available here. Second-hand goods you can find here on Mondays and Tuesdays. The name " Sanam Luang 2 " comes from Sanam Luang, the oval in front of the Grand Palace in the center of Bangkok. There still took place in the 1970s, the weekend market, which is presently located in the Chatuchak district.


The district is divided into two sub-districts ( Kwaeng ):