Synonyms for phahonyothin or Related words with phahonyothin

sathon              ratchathewi              yothin              saphan              samrong              phrao              chaloem              sukhumvit              phetchaburi              ratchadaphisek              chaeng              rattanathibet              watthana              thanon              chatuchak              ratchadamri              phasi              phunphin              kanchanaburi              phatthalung              phutthabat              phaya              chachoengsao              charoen              silom              ekkamai              lopburi              wongwian              khwang              phrom              prachan              petchaburi              nawamin              mukdahan              ratchadamnoen              yaowarat              khanong              khlong              chalong              chumphon              phahon              bangna              kantang              sawankhalok              prawet              khae              khiri              vibhavadi              nikhom              lampang             



Examples of "phahonyothin"
Phot was born in Phra Nakhon Province (present-day Bangkok) to a Teochew Thai Chinese father, Colonel Kim Phahonyothin (), and a Thai mother, Chab Phahonyothin ().
Phahonyothin Road was originally called Prachathipatai Road (, "Thanon Prachathipatai", literally "Democracy Road"), and reached just to Don Mueang. In 1938, Field Marshal Plaek Phibunsongkhram had the road extended from Don Mueang, through Bang Pa-In, Ayutthaya, Saraburi, Lopburi, and Singburi, making it long. The newly lengthened road was renamed Phahonyothin Road, in honor of General Phraya Phahol Pholphayuhasena (formerly Phot Phahonyothin), the second Prime Minister of Thailand and one of the heads of the 1932 revolution.
Paolo Hospital Kaset is a private hospital located on Phahonyothin Road in Chatuchak district in Bangkok, Thailand.
Phahonyothin Road (, "Thanon Phahonyothin") or Thailand Route 1 is a major road in Bangkok and one of the four major highways in Thailand, which include Mittraphap Road (Route 2), Sukhumvit Road (Route 3), and Phetkasem Road (Route 4). It begins at Victory Monument in Bangkok and runs north to the Burmese border, with a total length of .
It begins in the county"( Amphoe )" Bang Pa-In in Ayutthaya at the junction of Phahonyothin Road (National Road 1) and Outer Bangkok ring road (Motorway 9). Then guides you through the provinces of Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya, Ang Thong, Singburi, Chainat to them directly to the border with Nakhon Sawan Province meets again at Phahonyothin Road.
Phahonyothin Road crosses this river near Chiang Rai City. Altogether, there are five bridges crossing the Mae Kok river near Chiang Rai city.
It is situated near Soi 62, Phahonyothin Road to the north of Bangkok, and is an arts centre which exhibits the heritage of Thai and international folk costumes.
The current district office of Ban Tak is located at Ban Tak Ok, Tambon Tak Ok, on the western side of Phahonyothin highway.
When Thai government built the Phahonyothin highway, the district was formed by territory taken from Takhli district. It became a district on October 13, 1970.
The State Railway of Thailand (SRT) operates all of Thailand's national rail lines. Bangkok Railway Station (Hua Lamphong Station) is the main terminus of all routes. Phahonyothin and ICD Lat Krabang are the main freight terminals.
The town is on the banks of the Chao Phraya River. The main road through the town is Phahonyothin Road (Highway 1). Bangkok lies 188 km to the south.
Victory Monument () is a large military monument in Bangkok, Thailand. The monument is located in Ratchathewi District, northeast of central Bangkok, at the center of a traffic circle at the intersection of Phahonyothin Road, Phaya Thai Road, and Ratchawithi Road.
The SRT operates all of Thailand's national rail lines. Bangkok Railway Station (Hua Lamphong Station) is the main terminus of all routes. Phahonyothin and ICD Ladkrabang are the main freight terminals.
The road begins at Phaya Thai district in Bangkok and crosses Chatuchak, Lak Si, and Don Mueang districts before merging with Phahonyothin Road (Thailand Route 1), Khu Khot subdistrict, Lam Luk Ka district, Pathum Thani Province.
Major Ratchayothin Market is a market located next to Major Cineplex Ratchayothin bordering Phahonyothin Road in Chatuchak district, Bangkok, Thailand, opposite the Elephant Building. It is a wholesale market selling inexpensive clothing, fashion accessories and watches.
Mueang Tak district was established in 1886. The first district office was together with the Tak province hall. A new office was established beside Phahonyothin highway in 1956. However 1965 it burned down, thus the government rented the house of "Luang" San Buranurak as a temporary district office. The new office was finished and opened in 1967.
Mae Sai (, ; Shan: , ) is the northernmost district ("amphoe") of Chiang Rai Province in northern Thailand. The town of Mae Sai is a major border crossing between Thailand and Myanmar. Asian Highway Network AH2 (Thailand Route 1 or Phahonyothin Road) crosses the Mae Sai River to the town Tachileik in Myanmar.
Sukhumvit Road is named after the fifth chief of the Department of Highways, Phra Bisal Sukhumvit. It is one of the four major highways of Thailand, along with Phahonyothin Road (Route 1), Mittraphap Road (Route 2) and Phetkasem Road (Route 4).
Prasoet Manukit Road () or Thailand Route 351, commonly known as Kaset-Nawamin Road (), is a highway in Bangkok, Thailand. It begins at Kasetsart Intersection on Phahonyothin Road, Chatuchak district, as a continuation after the end of Ngamwongwan Road, and runs east until its end at a three-way intersection with Nawamin Road, in Bueng Kum district. Its total length is 9.178 km.
Bang Sue Junction is also the location of Phahonyothin Cargo Yard. With an expanse to about 50 rails, it is the largest rail yard, in the whole of Thailand. It is located about 1.5 kilometres from the station and is the main cargo yard for freight services around Thailand.