Sisaket Province, Thailand
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Sisaket is the town (thesaban mueang) in Northeast Thailand that is the capital of Sisaket province. It covers the complete subdistricts (tambon) Mueang Nuea and Mueang Tai and parts of Nong Khrok, Phon Kha, Ya Plong and Pho, all in Mueang Sisaket district. As of 2008 has a population of 39,679. Si is the Thai honorific derived from the Sanskrit title of veneration Sri, and Sisaket is sometimes transliterated as Srisaket, Sri Saket, Si Saket, or Si Sa Ket. The traditional name is Sri Nakhon Lamduan, honored in the name of the Sri Nakhon Lamduan Stadium, home ground of the Sisaket F.C.
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