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เขตสาทร (Sathon District)


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Wat Yan Nawa

Wat Yan Nawa
Khet location in Bangkok
Khet location in Bangkok
Coordinates: 13°42′29″N 100°31′35″ECoordinates13°42′29″N 100°31′35″E
Country Thailand
Province Bangkok
Seat Thung Wat Don
Khwaeng 3
Khet established 9 November 1989
 • Total 9.326 km2 (3.601 sq mi)
Population (2017)
 • Total 79,624[1]
 • Density 8,537.85/km2(22,112.9/sq mi)
Time zone UTC+7 (ICT)
Postal code 10120
Geocode 1028

Sathon or Sathorn (Thaiสาทรpronounced [sǎː.tʰɔ̄ːn]) is one of the 50 districts (khet) of BangkokThailand. The district is bounded by six other districts (from north clockwise): Bang RakPathum WanKhlong ToeiYan NawaBang Kho Laem, and Khlong San(across the Chao Phraya River).

History[edit] Khet Sathon เขตสาทร

Sathon district was once part of Yan Nawa. Due to its large area and population, first a branch district office of Yan Nawa was set up on 9 March 1989 to serve the people in three khwaeng of Yan Nawa. And then on 9 November 1989, the Sathon District was established inheriting the area once served by the branch office.

The district is named after Sathon Road and Khlong Sathon. Khlong Sathon, the older of the two, is a canal (khlong) dug for public transportation by a Chinese company. The Chinese owner was later granted the name Luang Sathon Racha Yut (หลวงสาทรราชายุตก์) by King Chulalongkorn for his accomplishment.[2] Both sides of the canal later became Sathon Road. Incorrect Thai spelling for Sathon สาธร had been used for very long time, but it was corrected in April 1999. His former house is now Sathon Mansion (located in Bang Rak district).

Administration[edit] Khet Sathon เขตสาทร

The district is divided into three sub-districts (khwaeng).

1. Thung Wat Don ทุ่งวัดดอน
2. Yan Nawa ยานนาวา
3. Thung Maha Mek ทุ่งมหาเมฆ

The Department of Civil Aviation of Thailand was headquartered in Sathon.[3]

Sathon Road[edit] Khet Sathon เขตสาทร

Sathon Road marks the northern boundary of the district, with the southern lane of the road belonging to Sathon District and the northern lane across the Sathon Canal belonging to Bang Rak.

Along Sathon Road there are many up-scale hotels, the famous “Robot Building“, Saint Louis Hospital (and church, and school), the Apostolic Nunciature of The Holy See, and the Blue Elephant cooking school.

Temples[edit] Khet Sathon เขตสาทร

Wat Yan Nawa (วัดยานนาวา), an old temple dating back to the Ayutthaya period, is probably the best known temple in Sathon. It has a unique junk-shaped chedi and viharn built by King Rama III. The idea behind the construction was that Chinese junk was quickly disappearing and the pagoda should show present descendants what it looked like. The temple was known as Wat Kok Khwai (วัดคอกควาย) during the Ayutthaya Kingdom and Wat Kok Krabue (วัดคอกกระบือ) during the Thonburi and early-Bangkok eras before the construction of the chedi.

Wat Don (วัดดอน) is another old temple built in 1797 during Rama I period by people who immigrated here from TavoyMyanmar. But the name Wat Don is equally well known for the Wat Don Cemetery not far away. The graveyard contains the remains of people of Chinese heritage. Next to the cemetery is Wat Prok (วัดปรก), a Mon-styled Buddhist temple.

Economy[edit] Khet Sathon เขตสาทร

Nok Air has its head office in the Rajanakarn Building in Yan Nawa, Sathon.[4]


Garden International School Bangkok is in Sathon.

Sathon District from the Yan Nawa District.


  1. Jump up^ “Population and House Report for Year 2017 (see page 2 for data of this district)”. Department of Provincial Administration, Ministry of Internal Affairs. Retrieved 2018-04-01. (Search page)
  2. Jump up^ “Sathon”. Office of Royal Society. Retrieved 2018-04-19.
  3. Jump up^ Contact DCA.” Department of Civil Aviation. Retrieved on 4 March 2010.
  4. Jump up^ “Contact US”Nok Air. Retrieved 10 November 2017.

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