GDP per Capita and Population Data for the Provinces of Thailand


Here are the GDP figures for 2016 in all the provinces of Thailand by region (latest data available at NESDB, year 2019). Numbers are Thai baht (real) in 2016.
Figures are somewhat changed more than expected from previous data. The reason is obviously that some data are preliminary and are changed in subsequent years.

GDP of provinces of the Northeastern Region of Thailand

GDP per capita in 2016 for Northeastern Region.

 

9 of the 15 provinces with the lowest GDP per capita in 2016 are located in the Northeastern Region of Thailand. The remaining three are located in the Northern Region(3), Eastern Region (1), and Southern Region (2)

North Eastern Region 76,207 18,674
Province :

GDP per capita : Population: (thousands)
1. Loei 83,439 539
2. Nong Bua Lamphu 49,443 473
3. Udon Thani 85,359 1,260
4. Nongkhai 84,465 448
5. Sakon Nakhon 64,759 811
6. Nakhon Phanom 73,088 567
7. Chaiyaphum 61,826 955
8. Khon Kaen 112,038 1,739
9. Kalasin 57,798 918
10. Mukdahan 67,103 347
11. Maha Sarakham 65,520 828
12. Roiet 64,052 1,072
13. Yasothon 54,047 482
14. Amnat Charoen 59,319 278
15. Nakhon Ratchasima 105,618 2,496
16. Buriram 65,586 1,251
17. Surin 63,462 1,110
18. Sisaket 64,298 1,037
19. Ubon Ratchathani 66,247 1,714
20. Bueng Kan* 67,021* 350*
* 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 2016 for Central Region

 

GDP per capita in 2016 for Bangkok and Vicinity

Central Region 258,839 3,138
Province :

GDP per capita : Population: (thousands)
1. Chainat 90,532 314
2. Singburi 121,910 205
3. Lopburi 125,784 777
4. Ang Thong 96,276 259
5. Ayutthaya 460,223 867
6. Saraburi 330,837 717

Bangkok and Vicinity 427,199 15,759
Province :

GDP per capita : Population: (thousands)
7. Nakhon Pathom 294,858 1,060
8. Nonthaburi 187,589 1,518
9. Pathum Thani 235,596 1,472
10. Samut Sakhon 382,679 957
11. Bangkok Metropolis 543,708 8,700
12. Samut Prakarn 337,026 2,053

 

 

GDP of the provinces of the Eastern Region of Thailand

GDP per capita in 2016
for Eastern Region

Eastern Region 460,377 5,633
Province :

GDP per capita : Population: (thousands)
1. Nakhon Nayok 92,629 273
2. Prachinburi 378,669 602
3. Sa Kaew 65,669 614
4. Chachoengsao 433,400 787
5. Chonburi 548,877 1,662
6. Rayong 1,009,496 889
7. Chanthaburi 205,522 536
8. Trat 145,177 271

 

 

GDP of the provinces of the Northern Region of Thailand

GDP per capita in 2016 for Northern Region.


Northern Region 98,999 11,443
Province :

GDP per capita : Population: (thousands)
1. Mae Hong Son 61,255 200
2. Chiang Mai 130,034 1,711
3. Chiang Rai 86,884 1,149
4. Phayao 83,967 412
5. Nan 68,285 442
6. Lamphun 172,717 407
7. Lampang 93,557 738
8. Phrae 64,883 424
9. Tak 93,779 507
10. Sukhothai 64,732 619
11. Uttaradit 77,340 434
12 Kamphaengphet 137,882 776
13. Phitsanulok 96,957 897
14. Uthai Thani 89,376 293
15. Nakhon Sawan 106,567 977
16. Phichit 78,367 541
17. Phetchabun 86,017 917

 

 

GDP of the provinces of the Southern Region of Thailand

GDP per capita in 2016 for Southern Region


Southern Region 143,544 9,210
Province :

GDP per capita : Population: (thousands)
1. Chumphon 168,460 488
2. Ranong 100,720 255
3. Surat Thani 191,927 1,047
4. Phang Nga 237,971 269
5. Krabi 234,436 373
6. Nakhon Si Thammarat 98,627 1,526
7. Trang 107,720 625
8. Phuket 357,498 536
9. Phatthalung 69,159 508
10. Satun 124,400 281
11. Songkhla 157,029 1,539
12. Pattani 86,571 627
13. Yala 98,562 446
14. Narathiwat 61,115 689

 

 

GDP of the provinces of the Western Region of Thailand

GDP per capita in 2016 for Western Region


Western Region 143,878 3,597
Province :

GDP per capita : Population:
(thousands)
1. Kanchanaburi 115,274 801
2. Suphanburi 93,999 861
3. Ratchaburi 216,064 803
4. Samut Songkhram 109,868 190
5. Phetchaburi 131,803 477
6. Phrachuap Khiri Khan 187,039 465