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  1. 220/km 2 (570/sq mi) Language. Thai • others. Central Thailand (Central plain) or more specifically Siam (also known as Suvarnabhumi and Dvaravati) is one of the regions of Thailand, covering the broad alluvial plain of the Chao Phraya River. It is separated from northeast Thailand ( Isan) by the Phetchabun mountain range.

    • 91,798.64 km² (35,443.65 sq mi)
    • Thai • others
    • 20,183,134
    • Bangkok
  2. A Região Central é uma das 4 regiões da Tailândia composta por 25 províncias e a Região metropolitana de Banguecoque. As regiões da Tailândia não possuem funções administrativas, são utilizadas apenas para fins estatísticos e geográficos . Ang Thong Chachoengsao Chai Nat Chanthaburi Chon Buri Kanchanaburi Lop Buri Metrópole de Bangkok Nakhon Nayok

    • 197,98 hab/km²
    • 103.904,7 km²
    • 20.570.647 habitantes
    • 103.904,7 km²
  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › ThailandThailand - Wikipedia

    – in Asia (light green & dark grey) – in ASEAN (light green) Capital and largest city Bangkok 13°45′N 100°29′E  /  13.750°N 100.483°E  / 13.750; 100.483 Official languages Thai Recognised national languages Thai Spoken languages Thai, Isan, Lanna Dambro, Karen Ethnic groups –37% Thai (Central Thai) –25% Thai Lao (Northeastern Thai) –8% Lanna (Northern Thai) –8% ...

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    By plane

    Most visitors to Thailand will arrive at Suvarnabhumi Airport, Thailand's largest airport 15 km (19 miles) east of Bangkok. It is roughly a 45 minutes ride from the centre of Bangkok, but heavy congestion could make that trip into 1,5 hours or more. More information about the airport can be found in the Bangkokarticle. The Airport Rail Link connects Suvarnabhumi Airport with stations in the city, including Makkasan and Phaya Thai where you can interchange with city rail lines.You can also wai...

    By car

    The Central Plains has good road connections with the east, south, north and northeast of the country. Two main roads connect the Central Plains with Eastern Thailand. The main road is Sukhumvit Road, also known as Route 3, which starts in Bangkok and via Pattaya reaches all the way to Trat and the Cambodian border. Another route goes east to Aranyaprathet from which the border with Cambodia can be crossed to Siem Reap and Angkor Archaeological Park(but don't even think about driving on the C...

    There is a lot to see in the central region. Most visitors arrive in Bangkok, a true treasure house that literally has hundreds of sights. Prime sights are the Grand Palace, Wat Pho, Wat Arun and Jim Thompson's House, but it is just a small fragment of its historical and cultural heritage. The Bangkok Metropolitan Area is less inviting for foreigne...

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    By plane

    Most visitors to Thailand will arrive at Suvarnabhumi Airport, Thailand's largest airport 15 km (19 miles) east of Bangkok. It is roughly a 45 minutes ride from the centre of Bangkok, but heavy congestion could make that trip longer. More information about the airport can be found in the Bangkokarticle. The easiest way to get into Bangkok is by Airport Express Bus: the ticketing booth at the first floor sells flat 150-baht fixed-fare tickets to Bangkok's four main districts. You can also wait...

    By car

    The Central Plains has good road connections with the east, south, north and northeast of the country. Two main roads connect the Central Plains with Eastern Thailand. The main road is Sukhumvit Road, also known as Route 3, which starts in Bangkok and via Pattaya reaches all the way to Trat and the Cambodian border. Another route goes east to Aranyaprathet from which the border with Cambodia can be crossed to Siem Reap and Angkor Archaeological Park(but don't even think about driving on the C...

    There is a lot to see in the central region. Most visitors arrive in Bangkok, a true treasure house that literally has hundreds of sights. Prime sights are the Grand Palace, Wat Pho, Wat Arun and Jim Thompson's House, but it is just a small fragment of its historical and cultural heritage. The Bangkok Metropolitan Area is less inviting for foreigne...