Phaya Thai District

Phaya Thai District Phaya Thai is a district in central Bangkok, Thailand. Despite sharing a name, due to boundary changes Phaya Thai Road and Phaya Thai BTS Station are currently in the nearby Ratchathewi district.Neighboring districts are (from the north clockwise) Chatuchak, Din Daeng, Ratchathewi and Dusit.HistoryThe Phaya Thai district was set up in 1966 taking areas that were part of Dusit and Bang Kapi districts.

It was named after Phaya Thai Road, a major road in the area. Since then, many changes to the district has been made. In 1973, the Huai Khwang district was separated from Phaya Thai. Later in 1978, as an effort to balance the population among districts, the boundaries between Phaya Thai, Huai Khwang, and Bang Kapi districts were modified. A new Ratchathewi district was created, carving out the southern part of Phaya Thai in 1989. Finally in 1993, some eastern part were moved out of the district to the newly formed Din Daeng, leaving Phaya Thai with only one remaining sub-district, Sam Sen Nai as of today.Note that, due to the split out of Ratchathewi, Phaya Thai Road is no longer in Phaya Thai district. It only runs through Ratchathewi and Pathum Wan. Similarly, Phaya Thai BTS Station is located in Ratchathewi, on Phaya Thai Road.






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