GDP per Capita and Population Data for the Provinces of Thailand


Here are the GDP figures for 2015 in all the provinces of Thailand by region (latest data available at NESDB, year 2017).
Figures have changed somewhat since our previous assessment. To a large extent they are related (we think), to an upgrading of the demographic data (population per province).

GDP of provinces of the Northeastern Region of Thailand

GDP per capita in 2015 for Northeastern Region.

 

12 of the 15 provinces with the lowest GDP per capita are located in the Northeastern Region of Thailand. The remaining three are located in the Northern Region.

North Eastern Region 74,532 18,828
Province :

GDP per capita : Population: (thousands)
1. Loei 77,485 540
2. Nong Bua Lamphu 41,963 476
3. Udon Thani 78,095 1,265
4. Nongkhai 78,558 450
5. Sakon Nakhon 57,559 817
6. Nakhon Phanom 66,799 570
7. Chaiyaphum 55,665 957
8. Khon Kaen 107,607 1,740
9. Kalasin 51,147 922
10. Mukdahan 61,630 349
11. Maha Sarakham 57,069 830
12. Roiet 55,982 1,074
13. Yasothon 47,333 483
14. Amnat Charoen 51,221 279
15. Nakhon Ratchasima 106,000 2,500
16. Buriram 58,554 1,255
17. Surin 56,159 1,113
18. Sisaket 56,137 1,040
19. Ubon Ratchathani 65,489 1,720
20. Bueng Kan* 60,457* 352*
* The province of Bueng Kan was created in 2011. I lies adjacent to Nongkhai province and was previously part of that province.

 

 

GDP of the provinces of the Central and Bangkok Region of Thailand

GDP per capita in 2015 for Central Region

 

GDP per capita in 2015 for Bangkok and Vicinity

Central Region 239,078 3,131
Province :

GDP per capita : Population: (thousands)
1. Chainat 81,072 313
2. Singburi 111,856 204
3. Lopburi 129,962 776
4. Ang Thong 87,290 259
5. Ayutthaya 475,795 868
6. Saraburi 284,180 717

Bangkok and Vicinity 376,463 15,203
Province :

GDP per capita : Population: (thousands)
7. Nakhon Pathom 288,820 1,039
8. Nonthaburi 193,426 1,487
9. Pathum Thani 236,145 1,447
10. Samut Sakhon 364,354 946
11. Bangkok Metropolis 513,397 8,643
12. Samut Prakarn 339,972 2,016

 

 

GDP of the provinces of the Eastern Region of Thailand

GDP per capita in 2015
for Eastern Region

Eastern Region 430,584 5,406
Province :

GDP per capita : Population: (thousands)
1. Nakhon Nayok 102,052 269
2. Prachinburi 345,795 593
3. Sa Kaew 60,573 604
4. Chachoengsao 399,194 775
5. Chonburi 491,971 1,645
6. Rayong 982,500 878
7. Chanthaburi 218,411 527
8. Trat 148,446 267

 

 

GDP of the provinces of the Northern Region of Thailand

GDP per capita in 2015 for Northern Region.


Northern Region 98,268 11,557
Province :

GDP per capita : Population: (thousands)
1. Mae Hong Son 56,862 201
2. Chiang Mai 126,976 1,716
3. Chiang Rai 81,835 1,154
4. Phayao 80,802 413
5. Nan 64,305 444
6. Lamphun 142,771 408
7. Lampang 84,151 739
8. Phrae 61,013 425
9. Tak 88,680 510
10. Sukhothai 59,921 621
11. Uttaradit 71,365 435
12 Kamphaengphet 123,428 780
13. Phitsanulok 91,577 900
14. Uthai Thani 92,952 293
15. Nakhon Sawan 99,724 980
16. Phichit 68,922 542
17. Phetchabun 92,171 921

 

 

GDP of the provinces of the Southern Region of Thailand

GDP per capita in 2015 for Southern Region


Southern Region 123,270 9,044
Province :

GDP per capita : Population: (thousands)
1. Chumphon 151,835 485
2. Ranong 91,452 254
3. Surat Thani 183,584 1,041
4. Phang Nga 177,350 267
5. Krabi 217,685 372
6. Nakhon Si Thammarat 91,648 1,514
7. Trang 96,801 621
8. Phuket 306,779 535
9. Phatthalung 60,497 503
10. Satun 112,051 280
11. Songkhla 153,505 1,530
12. Pattani 73,338 625
13. Yala 89,875 444
14. Narathiwat 54,922 686

 

 

GDP of the provinces of the Western Region of Thailand

GDP per capita in 2015 for Western Region


Western Region 127,294 3,586
Province :

GDP per capita : Population:
(thousands)
1. Kanchanaburi 106,303 802
2. Suphanburi 90,458 859
3. Ratchaburi 204,753 803
4. Samut Songkhram 106,513 189
5. Phetchaburi 123,800 477
6. Phrachuap Khiri Khan 171,357 466