Chi River

Chi River

Chi River

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Chi River Khu Muang, Nong Bua Daeng, Chaiyaphum. The Chi River is the longest river flowing wholly within Thailand. It is 765 kilometres (475 mi) long but carries less water than the second longest river, the Mun.
 
The name of the river is "Mae Si" in the Isan and Lao languages of the region, being transliterated as "Chi" in Bangkok-Thai. In wet seasons there are often flash floods in the floodplain of the Chi River basin.
Nature and Wildlife Category: Nature and Wildlife
River, Canal Group: River, Canal
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