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Overview • The history of Sathon district was dated back to the period of King Rama VI, it was then called Amphur Baan Tawai under Prapradaeng administration. • Amphur Baan Tawai was shifted to be under PhraNakorn province administration and was renamed AmphurYannawa. • 9 November 1989, it was divided from Yannawa District to be Yannawa, Bang KhorLaem and Sathon District.
Sathon administrative area • The responsibility of Sathon district administration covers the total area of 9.326 sq.km., divided into 3 sub-districts: Yannawa, ThungWat Don and ThungMahamek. • The territory in the area was low plain, suitable for cultivation. • At present, all previous plantations and orchards have been transformed into crowed communities, business centre where most of community members are traders, labours and workers.
District boundaries • The north: Sathon canal marking the boundary line with Bangrak district. • The south: Chan road, Sathupradit road and SoiWatPhaiNgern marking the boundary line with Yannawa district. • The east: Rama IV road and Chua Plerng road marking the boundary line with Pathumwan district. • The west: The Chao Phraya River marking the boundary line.
Contact us • Sathon District Office • Address: 59 Chan 18/7 Road, ThoongWat Don, Sathon District, Bangkok, 10120. • Telephone: 0 2212 8112 • Fax: 0 2212 9161 • E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org(web Admin.) • Website: http://www.bangkok.go.th/sathon/