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Thailand (the Kingdom of Thailand), is a country situated in Southeast Asia at the centre of the Indochinese peninsula in Mainland. It is flanked toward the north by Myanmar and Laos, toward the east by Laos and Cambodia, toward the south by the Gulf of Thailand and Malaysia, and toward the west by the Andaman Sea and the southern limit of Myanmar. Its oceanic limits incorporate Vietnam in the Gulf of Thailand toward the southeast, and Indonesia and India on the Andaman Sea toward the southwest.

With awesome sustenance, a tropical atmosphere, captivating society and great shorelines, Thailand is a magnet for travellers all over the world.

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Flag Information:
Thailand Flag Initially, Vajiravudh allotted this banner as a civil flag. He likewise stipulated that a different banner for every administration emblem be made by charging extra symbol onto the focal point of the banner. The flag consists of five horizontal stripes of red, white, blue, white and red, the middle stripe doubles as wide as the others. The flag name called "Thong Trairong", which means the tricolor flag.

Capital:
Bangkok, the capital city of Thailand, a treasure to explore, conducts its most of life out, on the streets. Bangkok's eye-catchy sights, attractions and city life attract lots of gatherings of travellers. Illustrious royal residences and sanctuaries and in addition a few galleries constitute its major historical and cultural vacation destinations. Shopping and meals experience offer an extensive variety of choices and costs. The city is additionally celebrated for its dynamic nightlife.

Temperature Information:
Thailand is to a great extent tropical, which all year around has a temperatures that vary between 28 -35°C territory -82 (95°F), a level of help gave just in the mountains in the most distant north of Thailand. Its three seasons can be observed as:
• Cool: From November to the end of February, the temperature falls as low as 5°C.
• Hot: From March to June, Thailand temperatures are about 40°C (104°F).
• Rainy: From July to October, the rain begins, which sometimes causes flood.

Dialing Code:
The Thailand nation code 66 will permit you to call Thailand from another nation. Thailand phone code 66 is dialed after the IDD. Thailand universal dialing 66 is trailed by a region code.

The Thailand territory code table given below demonstrates the different city codes for Thailand. Thailand nation codes are trailed by these region codes. With the complete Thailand dialing code, you can make your international call.

City Dialing Codes
Bangkok code 2
Burirum code 44
Channthaburi code 39
Chiang Mai code 53
Chiang Rai code 54
Chon Buri code 38
Kanchanaburi code 34
Lampang code 54
Nakhon Ratchasima code 44
Nakhon Sawan code 56
Namphaengphet code 55
Nong Khai code 42
Pattani code 73
Pattaya code 38
Phitsanulok code 55
Phuket code 76
Ratchaburi code 32
Saraburi code 36
Songkhla code 74
Surat Thani code 77
Tak code 55
Ubon Ratchathani code 45

Currency:
The money of Thailand is the baht (THB, ฿), written in Thai as บาท or บ, which is separated into 100 satang (สตางค์). It has six notes and has six coins:
• 25 and 50 satang (penny, copper shading) coins - almost worthless and just promptly accepted (and distributed) by transports, general stores and 7 (Elevens;
• 1, 2 (in 2 forms: silver and gold), 5 (silver shading) and 10 baht (silver/gold) coins;
• 20, 50, 100, 500 and 1000 baht notes, which are of green, blue, red, purple, and grey brown color, respectively.

Famous Food to Eat:
The food alone is truly reason enough for an outing to Thailand. Curries, organic product shakes, mix fries, fish made a zillion ways and that is only the starting. Eatables in Thailand can be as modest and simple as 25 baht cushion Thai cooked at a road stalls or as costly and complicated as a USD100 ten course dinner as served in one of Bangkok's lavish hotel.

Since most explorers will stick nearer to the first than the second, an extraordinary aspect concerning Thailand is that food from streets stalls and minor walkway restaurants is very safe. Thai cuisines, noodles, rice, soups and curries, salad, desserts, Thai sweet orange juice, are the specialty of this place.

Shopping Place or Things:
From eccentric little handicraft stalls to mega shopping centers to shrewd wine traders to the awesome Jim Thompson house in Bangkok, there's a continuous rush of excitement when its time for shopping in Thailand. Obviously materials and fabrics alongside mind boggling crafted works are the top picks for customers from abroad. The things, for which Thailand is mostly, loved most shopping are:
1. Thai handicrafts, art and home decor;
2. Thai silk;
3. Thai coconut oil;
4. Everything else coconut -Coconut wind chimes, Coconut salad spoons, Coconut monkey statues, etc.;
5. Thai spa products;
6. Thai furniture and wooden carvings;
7. Thai clothes, shoes, jewelers, scarves;
8. Thai eatables;
9. Thai lights and lanterns;
10. Thai alcohol.

Famous Festivals:
Thailand has plenty of good festivals and events, As these festivals has a lot to tell about its culture and enthusiasm, Thailand never fails to amaze its visitors with the most colorful festivities and events to delight the glimpses into its heritage and traditions. Following are a list of the major Thai festivals one should not miss out:
1. Songkran Festival
2. Bangkok International Film Festival
3. Bo Sang Umbrella Fair & San Kamphaeng Handicraft
4. Chiang Mai Flower Festival
5. Phuket Vegetarian Festival
6. Fruit Day in Chantaburi
7. Hua Hin Jazz Festival
8. Bun Luang & Phi ta Khon Festival
9. Monkey Buffet
10. Ubon Ratchatani Candle festival
11. Loi Krathong

Religion:
Approximately 95% of the Thai individuals believe in Theravada Buddhism. By it’s extremely nature however, Buddhism, which depends on the teachings of the Buddha, "the enlightened one", is a merciful and tolerant religion, which aim to alleviate sufferings. In fact, there are numerous open doors in Thailand to visit Buddhist sanctuaries to explore out the history or study Buddhism and maybe to figure out how to meditate. Religion in Thailand swarms numerous parts of Thai life and senior ministers are profoundly loved; it is not extraordinary to see their pictures enhancing dividers of organizations or homes or upon adornments within taxi. In numerous towns and villages, wat (sanctuary) has become the heart of people’s life. Buddhist occasions happen routinely consistently and numerous Thai people go to the wat on these and other vital days to pay reverence to the Buddha and offer offerings to ministers so as to make merit for themselves. While Theravada Buddhism may in fact be viewed as a philosophy instead of a religion (there is no 'God') Thai Buddhism is infused with numerous beliefs. Most Thai homes and places of business highlight a 'spirit house' outside their building, for offerings to be made to conciliate spirits that may somehow possess their homes or work environments. Apart from this, the following biggest religion in Thailand, Islam, is polished by just around 4% of the populace; the larger part of Thai Muslims live in the most southerly regions close to the Malaysian outskirt. Different religions in Thailand is also incorporate by Taoism, Hinduism, Christianity and Confucianism, which are for the most part believed by the people who are living in Bangkok, where a multi- social population are incorporated from different nationals of Indian, and Chinese, Japanese, and European plunge.


ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

author-vaishali-garg Vaishali Garg
My creativity is my art, and writing is my passion. I am a freelance writer and love to spend most of my time in blogging, reading and poetry writing. Being wanderlust, I enjoy travelling. I like to explore new places, new culture and new lifestyle and updating the same over here. You may also catch me at vaishaligarg1508@gmail.com.

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