Thailand Travel Overview

Thailand Travel Overview

At a glance

Capital: Bangkok (See more on ITYPEMBA.COM)

Official language: Thai, English

Currency: Baht 1THB = 0.03EUR

Continent: South East Asia

Vacation in Thailand

Diving and surfing, beaches and wide rice fields, old monasteries and urban nightlife – Thailand offers something for every tourist. The country’s cuisine is highly valued in the region, but is unfavorable for sensitive palates; certain mixtures of Thai curry are among the hottest in the world!

Geography and climate

According to Countryaah, the Kingdom of Thailand (Thai: ราช อาณาจักร ไทย) is a state in Southeast Asia. It borders Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia, Malaysia, the Andaman Sea, and the Gulf of Thailand.

The best time to visit the country is between November and March. The peak of the rainy season is in September and October. The time between March and May is considered the hottest of the year.

Thailand is divided into five regions: the mountainous north, the urban and historically significant central Thailand, the tourist undeveloped northeast – known for the wide rice fields, the beaches of eastern Thailand which borders Cambodia and the south is a diving paradise. The country is varied: crossed by a dense jungle and steep slopes in the north, the south is characterized by long beaches. Beach vacation is possible in Phuket, for example.

Honeymoon Thailand

Honeymoon Thailand ? Many wonder if Thailand is suitable for a honeymoon. A lot speaks in favor of going on a honeymoon in Thailand. The country offers wonderful beaches for sunbathing, but also culture (e.g. temples and monasteries). On the Thailand honeymoon you can also look at the world on the back of an elephant, snorkel in a coral reef or stroll and shop in the big cities. So: off to the honeymoon in Thailand.

History and culture

The Kingdom of the Thais was created in the 14th century. It is the only country in the region that has never been under colonial rule, which is proudly referred to. Culturally, the country is shaped by Buddhism, whose temples can be found all over the country.


Thailand is a well-developed country for tourism. So be careful of your valuables in crowds. Certain regions are repeatedly the site of fighting. Therefore, pay attention to the travel information of your government! Be careful in shady bars! Thailand’s cities are still a haven for tourists looking for cheap prostitutes. The responsibility for the transmission and contagion of sexually transmitted diseases rests with them. It is not uncommon for some to have lost their credit cards and passports. Malaria profile tax is particularly advisable for individual travelers. Please note the recommendations of the Tropical Institute.


A tourist magnet is the Khaosan Road shopping street in Bangkok. The beaches and bays of the south are popular places for swimming and diving. Thailand has many temples that are worth seeing. The country is generally a popular starting point for tours in Southeast Asia.

Thai food

Thai cuisine is known for the wide range of different ingredients and types of preparation. It is not unusual to eat five times a day. Portions are often served that are smaller than common western meals. You should definitely try Kao Tom, a rice soup that is often eaten for breakfast. Enriched with chicken it is called Kao Tom Gai, with prawns Kao Tom Gung.

Important facts

Capital: Bangkok

Official language: Thai, English


Currency (sub-unit)

Baht (100 satang)

ISO 4217 code

THB / 764


Continent: Asia

Region: Southeast

Geo coordinates: N 15 ° 52 ‘12.1 ” E 100 ° 59’ 33.1″

Highest mountain: Doi Inthanon (2,576 m)

Total area: 514,000 km²

Mainland: 511,770 km²

National border: 4,863 km

Coastline: 3,219 km


Dependency: independent since foundation

UN member since: 1946

Form of government: Constitutional monarchy


Thailand GDP - gross domestic product

Export goods: Rice, jute, rubber, tin

BSP: $ 192,333,700,000

GDP: $ 195.713 billion

GDP purchasing power parity: $ 586 billion

Economic growth: 3.8%

GDP share of agriculture: 9.4%

GDP share of industry: 44.7%

GDP share of services: 45.9%

Inflation rate: 5.4%

Unemployment: 1.7%

State budget revenue: $ 4294967295

State budget expenditure: $ 4294967295

National debt: 48.4%

Export: $ 119.4 billion

Import: $ 119.9 billion

Foreign debt: $ 55.27 billion

Gold and currency reserves: $ 55.74 billion

Electricity consumption: 119,300 million KWh

Gas reserves: 377,700 million m³

Gas production: 18,730 million m³

Gas consumption: 32,130 million m³

Oil reserves: 583 million m³

Oil production: 237,000 million m³

Oil consumption: 866,000 million m³

Cultivation area: 34.42%

Bovine: 4,294,000 pieces

Pigs: 6,349,000 pieces

Fishing: 3,730,000 t

Demographic data

Residents: 64,631,600

Residents in cities: 18,911,000

Average age: 31.9 years

0-14 years: 22%

15-64 years: 70%

> 65 years: 8th %

Population growth: 0.68%

Birth rate: 13.87 / 1,000 residents

Death rate: 7.04 / 1,000 residents

Ratio men / women: 0.98

Fertility: 1.64 children / woman

Infant mortality: 19.49 ‰

Life expectancy men: 69.95 years

Life expectancy women: 74.68 years

Country codes

ISO 3166 Alpha 2: TH

ISO 3166 Alpha 3: THA

ISO 3166 numeric: 764

Top Level Domain: th

IOC country code: THA


Source: Abbreviationfinder


Telephone connections: 7,560,000

Cell Phones: 34,890,000

Radios: 16,210,000

TV: 20,810,000

Computer: 5,440,000

Internet users: 7,920,000


Railway lines: 4,071 km

Paved roads: 68,338 km

Cars: 3,090,000

Merchant fleet (ships over 1,000 GRT): 400

Pipelines: 3,377


Number of doctors: 20,310

Daily food intake: 2,520 kcal / resident

HIV- infected people: 600,000


Illiteracy: 7%


Foundation: 1238

Last sovereign since: 1238


Main religious group: Buddhists


Prison inmates: 168,700


Armed forces (troop strength): 317,000

Main battle tank: 330

Battleships: 13

Warplanes: 200

Helicopter: 130

Defense Spending: $ 2,546,000,000