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International Dialling Codes

Making telephone calls to and from Thailand is straightforward and if you know the International dialling codes and Area codes there is no necessity to place the calls through an International Operator. Below is the list of International dialling codes together with the Thailand Area codes which cover all the Provinces of Thailand. The International
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The price of Gasoline affects everyone but here in Thailand the relative high price of Gasoline does not appear to have reduced the volume of traffic. The price of Gasoline is controlled by several factors including Government taxation, supply and demand, Oil Futures on the Stock Market and the value of the American Dollar. Whilst
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Thai Visa

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Nov 102009

A Thai Visa is required by foreigners to enter the Kingdom of Thailand. Thai Visa exemptions to this rule are as follows: 1. Foreign Nationals of the following Countries will be allowed to enter The Kingdom of Thailand without a Visa and to stay for up to 30 days for the purpose of Tourism unless
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Thailand Time is 7 hours ahead of GMT (Greenwich Mean Time). Thailand Time is not adjusted for Daylight Saving Time and the whole of Thailand is in the same time zone which is Indochina Time (ICT), GMT+7. Telling the time in Thailand can be quite complicated. Whilst Thailand does use the 24 hour clock, in
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1000 Baht, Face

Money in Thailand is called “Baht” (฿), sometimes written “Bath”. Money in Thailand is available as banknotes, 1000, 500, 100, 50, 20 and 10 Baht (Rare) and also as coins, 10, 5, 2 and 1 Baht. You may also come across Satang. ( 100 Satang = 1 Baht). Satang are rarely used as they now
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There are 77 Thailand Provinces (Changwat) including the Metropolitan Municipality of Bangkok. Each of the Thailand Provinces is subdivided into Districts called Amphoe of which Thailand has 877. These Districts are again split into Sub-Districts called Tambon. In Bangkok the Districts (Amphoe) are called Khet. The 77th Province, Bung Kam, was officially designated as a
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Thailand Climate is divided into 2 parts, the areas that experience 2 seasons (Hot season and Rainy season) and those that have 3 distinct seasons (Hot season, Rainy season, and Cold Season). In general, Thailand’s climate is Tropical and humid for most of the year and is influenced by the monsoons. March to June is
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I’m often asked Where is Thailand? Thailand geography has changed considerably since the days when Thailand was known as Siam. Thailand is in S.E. Asia, almost in the centre, and is bordered by Myanmar (Burma), Laos, Malaysia and Cambodia. The boundaries of today’s Thailand were partly laid out by Great Britain and France who “persuaded”
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