Nakhon Pathom is one of the central provinces of Thailand. Neighboring provinces are (from north clockwise) Suphan Buri, Ayutthaya, Nonthaburi, Bangkok, Samut Sakhon, Ratchaburi and Kanchanaburi. The province is famous for an ancient stupa called the “Phra Pathom Chedi”, though the actual chedi is completely concealed under a larger one built in the 19th century. The chedi is a reminder of the long vanished Dvaravadi civilisation that once flourished here and by tradition Nakhorn Pathom is where Buddhism first came to Thailand. The province itself is renowned for its many fruit orchards.
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All Thai Pottery & Gardening
Manufacturer and exporter of Thailand pottery, including handmade terra cotta planter, earthen ware, ceramic tableware, outdoor garden furniture and garden accessories.
Manufacturer of metal packaging, tins, can boxes and plastic cups.
Christian University of Thailand
Contains admission details, job opportunities and history. [Thai and English]
Exporter of fresh cut orchids.
Otani Tire Co., Ltd.
Manufactures tires for many types of vehicles including trucks, skid steers, compactors, and loaders.
Pacific Color Co., Ltd.
Supplies masterbatch, dry colorants, and compound for plastics and rubbers. Located in Nakhonpathom. [Thai, English]
Thai online bookstore offers a variety of Thai book, magazine, and CD/VCD.
Seikenhei Mark Co., Ltd.
Manufacturer of rubber mats, mud flaps, and spare parts.
Worldwide Steel Ball Co., Ltd.
Steel balls and abrasive media manufacturer.
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