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Iso 3166-2:th

ISO 3166-2:TH is the entry for codes for the names of the principal subdivisions (e.g., provinces or states) of all countries coded in ISO 3166-1.

Currently for Thailand, ISO 3166-2 codes are defined for 1 metropolitan administration, 1 special administrative city, and 76 provinces. The metropolitan administration Bangkok is the capital of the country and has special status equal to the provinces. The special administrative city Pattaya is a self-governing city in Chonburi Province.

Each code consists of two parts, separated by a hyphen. The first part is TH, the ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code of Thailand. The second part is two digits, except Pattaya which uses a letter:

ISO 3166-2:TH follows the Thai standard TIS 1099, which in turn follows codes assigned by the Ministry of Interior.

Contents

  • Current codes 1
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Current codes

Subdivision names are listed as in the ISO 3166-2 standard published by the ISO 3166 Maintenance Agency (ISO 3166/MA).

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Code Subdivision name Subdivision category
TH-10 Krung Thep Maha Nakhon [Bangkok] metropolitan administration
TH-S Phatthaya special administrative city
TH-37 Amnat Charoen province
TH-15 Ang Thong province
TH-38 Bueng Kan province
TH-31 Buri Ram province
TH-24 Chachoengsao province
TH-18 Chai Nat province
TH-36 Chaiyaphum province
TH-22 Chanthaburi province
TH-50 Chiang Mai province
TH-57 Chiang Rai province
TH-20 Chon Buri province
TH-86 Chumphon province
TH-46 Kalasin province
TH-62 Kamphaeng Phet province
TH-71 Kanchanaburi province
TH-40 Khon Kaen province
TH-81 Krabi province
TH-52 Lampang province
TH-51 Lamphun province
TH-42 Loei province
TH-16 Lop Buri province
TH-58 Mae Hong Son province
TH-44 Maha Sarakham province
TH-49 Mukdahan province
TH-26 Nakhon Nayok province
TH-73 Nakhon Pathom province
TH-48 Nakhon Phanom province
TH-30 Nakhon Ratchasima province
TH-60 Nakhon Sawan province
TH-80 Nakhon Si Thammarat province
TH-55 Nan province
TH-96 Narathiwat province
TH-39 Nong Bua Lam Phu province
TH-43 Nong Khai province
TH-12 Nonthaburi province
TH-13 Pathum Thani province
TH-94 Pattani province
TH-82 Phangnga province
TH-93 Phatthalung province
TH-56 Phayao province
TH-67 Phetchabun province
TH-76 Phetchaburi province
TH-66 Phichit province
TH-65 Phitsanulok province
TH-54 Phrae province
TH-14 Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya province
TH-83 Phuket province
TH-25 Prachin Buri province
TH-77 Prachuap Khiri Khan province
TH-85 Ranong province
TH-70 Ratchaburi province
TH-21 Rayong province
TH-45 Roi Et province
TH-27 Sa Kaeo province
TH-47 Sakon Nakhon province
TH-11 Samut Prakan province
TH-74 Samut Sakhon province
TH-75 Samut Songkhram province
TH-19 Saraburi province
TH-91 Satun province
TH-17 Sing Buri province
TH-33 Si Sa Ket province
TH-90 Songkhla province
TH-64 Sukhothai province
TH-72 Suphan Buri province
TH-84 Surat Thani province
TH-32 Surin province
TH-63 Tak province
TH-92 Trang province
TH-23 Trat province
TH-34 Ubon Ratchathani province
TH-41 Udon Thani province
TH-61 Uthai Thani province
TH-53 Uttaradit province
TH-95 Yala province
TH-35 Yasothon province

See also

References

External links

  • ISO Online Browsing Platform: TH
  • Provinces of Thailand, Statoids.com
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