Chonburi Province Thailand

Chonburi Province is an important industrial province and tourism destination in Thailand. It is bounded on the north by the province of Chachoengsao, on the east by Rayong, and on the south and west by the Gulf of Thailand. The main city is only 81 kilometers from Bangkok.

The province has a land area of 4,363 km² and an estimated population of more than 1.4 million in 2015. Industrial activity and tourism are the main industries in the province. Many factories and warehouses are located here in addition to the presence of Laem Chabang, the largest seaport of the country. The famous resort city of Pattaya lies just south of the main town (mueang).

Chonburi Province is divided into districts. They are:
1. Mueang Chonburi
2. Ban Bueng
3. Nong Yai
4. Bang Lamung
5. Phan Thong
6. Phanat Nikhom
7. Si Racha
8. Koh Sichang
9. Sattahip
10. Bo Thong
11. Ko Chan

Schools, Colleges, Universities and Other Institutions
1. Burapha University
2. Kasetsart University (Sri Racha Campus)
3. Sripathum University (Chonburi Campus)
4. Rajamangala University of Technology Tawan-Ok
5. Mahamakut Buddhist University (Chonburi Campus)
6. Sirindhorn College of Public Health
7. Chon Buri Business Administer and Technology School
8. Chon Buri Vocational Education College
9. Witthayalai Theknoloyi Thai Bencha Borihan Thurakit Chon Buri College
10. Darasamutr Business Administration Technological College
11. Chonburi Technological College
12. Assumption College Sriracha
13. Kingston Vocational College
14. Dusit Thani College Pattaya
15. Thai Austrian Technical College
16. Muangchol Business Administration Technological College
17. Chonphinit Commercial School
18. Muang Chon Commercial School
19. Eastern College of Technology (E. Tech)
20. Phet Phitthayakhom School

For a list of what to see and do in Chonburi Province, click the link.

Nong Nooch Garden
Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden
Jomtien Beach in Chonburi Province
Jomtien Beach in Pattaya – a resort city in Chonburi Province

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