Sing Buri

Sing Buri is a town (thesaban mueang) in Thailand, capital of the Sing Buri province. The town covers the whole tambon Bang Phutsa and parts of Bang Man, Muang Mu, Ton Pho and Bang Krabue, all within Mueang Sing Buri district. As of 2006 it has a population of 19,470.

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Sing Buri Province - Culture - Festivals
... of numerous precious things of Sing Buri ... It is a merit-making fair of the people of Thai Phuan in Amphoe Phrom Buri’s Ban Bang Nam Chiao and Muban Phokhaphiwat ... in the village of Chakkrasi in Amphoe Mueang, Sing Buri, during the Songkran Festival from the 13th until the 15th of April every year ...
Mueang Sing Buri District - History
... Mueang Sing was a city before the establishment of the Sukhothai Kingdom ... King Ramathibodi I (Uthong) of Ayutthaya set Mueang Sing, Mueang In and Mueang Phrom as the inner cities under Lopburi, the northern frontier city of Ayutthaya ... When Ayutthaya was conquered by Burmese troops, Sing Buri was the city of warlord Phraya Tak (later King Taksin the Great) ...
Sing Buri (disambiguation)
... Sing Buri (or Singburi) may refer to the town Sing Buri Sing Buri Province Sing Buri district ...
Sing Buri Province - Tourism - Sights
... The Provincial Court and City Hall of Sing Buri These are one-storey European style brick buildings ... Wat Amphawan This temple is located in Tambon Phrom Buri ... The name of this paddle boat or Ruea Mat Keng is "Champa Thong Sing Buri" ...
Sing Buri Province - Tourism - Local Products
... (Chinese pastry) has been a famous souvenir of Sing Buri since 1936 and is known for its delicious taste and freshness ... Pla Chon Mae La Sing Buri is well known for its source of tasty striped snakehead fish ... Mattress Making Sing Buri produces quality mattresses filled with new kapok, featuring fine embroidery and with a beautiful design ...

Famous quotes containing the word sing:

    I went out alone
    To sing a song or two,
    My fancy on a man,
    And you know who.
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)