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Ratchasan District ( Thai: , pronounced ) is a district ( [râ:t.t?.s?:n] ) in the central part of amphoe Chachoengsao Province, central Thailand.
The area of Ratchasan was separated from
Phanom Sarakham District and became a minor district ( ) on 16 February 1977. king amphoe It was upgraded to a full district on 4 July 1994.  
Neighboring districts are (from the east clockwise):
Phanom Sarakham, Plaeng Yao, and Bang Khla of Chachoengsao Province; and Ban Sang of Prachinburi Province.
The important water resource is the
Khlong Tha Lat.
Ratchasan is divided into three sub-districts (
), which are further subdivided into 31 administrative villages ( tambons ).
1. Bang Kha
2. Mueang Mai
3. Dong Noi
There are three
sub-district administrative organizations (SAO) in the district:
Bang Kha (Thai:
) consisting of sub-district Bang Kha. Mueang Mai (Thai:
) consisting of sub-district Mueang Mai. Dong Noi (Thai: ) consisting of sub-district Dong Noi.
? ? (PDF). Royal Gazette (in Thai). 94 (13 ?): 773. February 22, 1977.
? ... ?.?. ? (PDF). Royal Gazette (in Thai). 111 (21 ?): 32-35. June 3, 1994.
"Population statistics 2017" (in Thai). Department of Provincial Administration . Retrieved .