Uthai Thani


Uthai Thani ( Thai: อุทัยธานี ) is a city ( เทศบาล เมือง อุทัยธานี ) in the Thai province of Uthai Thani. It is the capital of the district of Amphoe Mueang Uthai Thani and Uthai Thani province.

The city of Uthai Thani has 15,838 inhabitants ( 2012).


Uthai Thani is located about 230 kilometers north of the capital Bangkok on Maenam Sakaekrang in the alluvium of the Chao Phraya River. The city is located just off the beaten path.

Economic importance and

Agricultural products such as rice and fruit, bring the majority of the revenue. In addition, there is a growing bamboo processing industry.


Uthai Thani is directly accessible only by bus. The nearest train station is Noen Makok Train station in the district Phayuha Khiri, Nakhon Sawan Province. The nearest airport is the Nakhon Sawan Airport in the district of Mueang Nakhon Sawan, Nakhon Sawan Province.


  • Wat Sangkat Rattana Khiri ( Thai: วัด สั ง กั ส รัตน คีรี ) - Buddhist temple ( wat ) at the foot of Khao Sakaekrang with a large Buddha statue in Sukhothai style. It was the time of King Phutthayotfa Chulaloke ( Rama I ) was prepared and is to contain a relic in the head.
  • Wat Ubosatharam (also: Wat Bot, Thai วัด อุ โปส ถา ราม ) - on the eastern bank of the Maenam Sakaekrang, with murals of the Rattanakosin period in ubosot and Viharn. Also worth seeing is the old Bai Sema, the boundary stones of ubosot.
  • Wat Chantharam ( Thai: วัด จัน ทา ราม ) also Wat Tha Sung - Buddhist temple in Tambon Tha Sung with a lined with mirror mosaic ubosot
  • Idyllic mountains east of Uthai Thani.


The city ( Mueang thesaban ) Uthai Thani ( Thai: เทศบาล เมือง อุทัยธานี ) covers the whole tambon Uthai May