Christian University of Thailand is located on 70 acres of land in Nakhon Pathom province, 31 miles west of Bangkok, the capital of
Thailand, 7 miles from the central city of Nakhon Pathom Province. Nakhon Pathom is a lush agricultural and Buddhist heritage area, and
is famous for a vast variety of fruits, the huge Phra Pathom Chedi, the largest Buddhist stupa in the world, and for the Sanamchan Summer
Palace of King Rama VI.Bangkok is only an hour’s drive away, making Christian University of Thailand accessible to one of Asia’s greatest
metropolitan centers and to the rest of the world. Christian University of Thailand is also strategically located at the crossroads between
the west side of Thailand and the southern peninsula.