Ton Thong Chai

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Ton Thong Chai

ต้นธงชัย
CountryThailand
Province Lampang
District Mueang Lampang District
Population
 (2005)
  Total15,093
Time zone UTC+7 (ICT)

Ton Thong Chai (Thai : ต้นธงชัย) is a village and tambon (subdistrict) of Mueang Lampang District, in Lampang Province, Thailand. [1] In 2005 it had a population of 15,093 people. It contains 13 villages.

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References

  1. Thaitambon.com, Accessed 5 September 2011 (in Thai)[ failed verification ]

Coordinates: 18°20′15″N99°32′00″E / 18.3375°N 99.5334°E / 18.3375; 99.5334