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Thailand's Information

Flag of Thailand
Land Area 510,890 km2
Water Area 2,230 km2
Total Area 513,120 km2
Population 68,200,824
Population Density 132.91 / km2
Government Type Constitutional Monarchy; Note - Interim Military-Affiliated Government Since May 2014
GDP (PPP) $1,160.00 Billion
GDP Per Capita $16,800
Currency Baht (THB)
Largest Cities
  • Bangkok (5,104,476)
  • Samut Prakan (388,920)
  • Mueang Nonthaburi (291,555)
  • Udon Thani (247,231)
  • Chon Buri (219,164)
  • Nakhon Ratchasima (208,781)
  • Chiang Mai (200,952)
  • Hat Yai (191,696)
  • Pak Kret (182,926)
  • Si Racha (178,916)

Thailand's monsoon season arrives on schedule June through July, and the rains last well into October. Every area of the country receives adequate rainfall, but the amount of rain varies substantially with altitude.

The cooler months of November and December mark the arrival of the short dry season, where temperatures slowly begin to climb into the summer scorcher highs. The dry season is a bit longer in the northeast and shorter in the south because of its proximity to the sea.

Thailand temperatures March through May range from an average high of 95°F (35°C) to lows near 70°F (21°C). Temperatures November through January moderate rather dramatically with daily highs averaging in the mid 70's (20°C).

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