The Emblem of Chainat

Introduction
     Occupies  an  area  of 2,640 square kilometers and is administratively divided into 6 Amphoes: Muang, Hanka, Manorom, Sankha Buri, Sapphaya and Wat Sing.

Boundaries
North
South
East
West
Nakhon Sawan and Uthai Thani
Suphan Buri
Nakhon Sawan and Sing Buri
Suphan Buri and Uthai Thani

Distance from Chainat to its districts
     -  Hankha 48 kms.
     -  Manorom 30 kms.
     -  Sankha Buri 20 kms.
     -  Sapphaya 12 kms.
     -  Wat Sing 25 kms.

Distance from Chainat city near by Provinces
     -  Nakhon Sawan 60kms.
     -  Sing Buri 58 kms.
     -  Suphan Buri 97 kms.
     -  Uthai Thani 42 kms.

History
     Established  during the  Ayuttaya period , was an important town used several times as a base to  confront the Burmese army. The Burmese were defeated every time, thus origination the name of Chainat place of victory.

How to get there
By Bus
     Both  air - conditioned and non air-conditioned bus leave from Northern Bus Terminal (Mor Chit 2) every day for more details contact
Air conditioned bus - Tel. 2794484-7 (05.00 A.M. - 05.50 P.M.)
Non air- conditioned bus - Tel. 2711010-5 (05.00 A.M. - 05.50 P.M.)

By Car
     Chai  Nat  is  accessible  by taking Highway No.1 (Phaholyothin Rd.) and turn left at Bang Pa-In interchange  for  Highway  No. 32 (Asia Rd.) via Phra Nakhon Sri Ayutthaya, Ang Thong, Sing Buri and turn left at kms. No. 190 to Chainat for 194 kms.