Amnat Charoen is located in the north east region of the country. Neighbouring provinces are Mukdahan, Ubon Ratchathani and Yasothon. To the east it also has a border with Salavan of Laos Amnat Charoen gained city status during the reign of King Rama III and it was first administered from Nakhon Khemarat, and later from Ubon Ratchathani. It became a province in its own right on January 12, 1993, when it was split off from Ubon Ratchathani. It is one of the three youngest provinces of Thailand and is located in the Mekong valley. A footpath along some of the river bank allows people to enjoy the view. In dry season, from February to May, the water level in the Mekong River drops and islands appear. Some of these islands appear every year and have been named e.g. Kaeng Tanglang at Si Sombun Village, close to Amphoe Chanuman, and Kaeng Hin Khan at Ban Hin Khan, 30 kilometres south of Amphoe Chanuman. There are two other rivers in the province and they are the Lam Sae Bok and Lam Sae Bai.
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Last updated 07-07-2015