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 conversation time is usually referred to by using the traditional system of Thailand Time. Thailand Time is split into 4 parts, each part consisting of 6 hours. With the exception of the last hour in each quarter, Thai people use an identifier to make it clear which of the 4 periods of the day they are referring to. Sometimes though, even Thai people get confused and have to ask for clarification.
Thailand Time (GMT+7)
Below is the Thai modified traditional time system used for telling the time in Thailand.
|01:00||Tee Neung||02:00||Tee Song||03:00||Tee Sahm|
|04:00||Tee Sii||05:00||Tee Hah||06:00||Hok Mong Chao|
|07:00||Jet Mong||08:00||Paet Mong||09:00||Gao Mong|
|10:00||Sip Mong||11:00||Sip-et Mong||12:00||Tiang (Wan)|
|13:00||Bai Mong||14:00||Bai Song (Mong)||15:00||Bai Sahm( Mong)|
|16:00||Sii Mong Yen||17:00||Hah Mong Yen||18:00||Hok Mong Yen|
|19:00||(Neung) Thum||20:00||Song Thum||21:00||Sahm Thum|
|22:00||Sii Thum||23:00||Hah Thum||24:00||Tiang (Keun)|