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Top Sourcing Agents in Thailand

Thailand, renowned for its vibrant culture, picturesque landscapes, and thriving economy, has emerged as a hub for sourcing agents catering to a diverse range of industries. With its strategic location, skilled workforce, and robust infrastructure, Thailand offers numerous advantages for businesses seeking reliable sourcing partners. 1. Asiaction According to lawfaqs, Asiaction is a prominent sourcing… Read More »

Top 10 Cities with the Most Skyscrapers

There is no real definition for a Skyscraper, it is clear that it concerns tall buildings. The term is strongly time and place specific, for example in Amsterdam the only 40 meter high “12-storey house” is referred to as “De Wolkenkrabber”. More important than height is that the building helps determine the ‘skyline’ of a city. In the… Read More »

Thailand Road Network

According to wholevehicles, Thailand has a fairly dense road network, partly due to the many small and medium-sized cities that contribute to a high population density in Central Thailand. The road network comprises approximately 68,000 kilometers of road, the vast majority of which is paved. There are relatively few highways in Thailand, a distinction is… Read More »

Climate and Weather of Ayutthaya, Thailand

The climate of Ayutthaya According to shopareview, Ayutthaya is an inland city in Thailand. The place consists of the present-day city and the Ayutthaya Historical Park. This historic site contains ancient palaces and temples from the time when Ayutthaya was the capital of the former Kingdom of Ayutthaya. The main attraction within the old city… Read More »

Climate and Weather of Ao Nang, Thailand

The climate of Ao Nang According to citypopulationreview, Ao Nang is a popular resort town in the Thai province of Krabi. Tourists are especially drawn to the wonderful beach life. Ao Nang Beach is already a picture to see, but Railey Beach is even more beautiful. To get there you have to travel by boat.… Read More »

Thailand Culture of Business

Subchapters: Introduction Addressing Business Meeting Communication Recommendations Public Holidays Introduction There is no doubt that Thai society is increasingly influenced by so-called Western culture and its values, which is largely reflected in the “adaptability” of representatives of the Thai business and corporate sphere when dealing with and doing business with their foreign partners. This influence… Read More »

Thailand Basic Information

Basic data Capital Bangkok Population 66.17 million Language Thai (+English) Religion Buddhism (94%), Islam (5%), Christianity (1%) State system kingdom (constitutional monarchy) Head of State Maha Vatchiralongkon (Rama X.) Head of government Prajutch Chan-Ocha Currency name Thai Baht (THB) Travel Time shift +6 hours (in summer +5 hours) Economy 2021 Nominal GDP (billion USD) 1,330.0… Read More »

Thailand Travel Facts

Thailand is located in Southeast Asia, bordering Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia and Malaysia. The country is considered a dream travel destination for many. Southeast Asian Thailand is known for beautiful tropical beaches, ancient ruins, opulent royal palaces and ornate temples. Capital City Bangkok Size 513.115 km² Resident 69.600.000 Official Language Thai Currency Baht Time Zone UTC+7… Read More »

History of Thailand

According to historyaah, excavations near the village of Ban Chiang testify to the existence of a Bronze Age culture here 5600 years ago, which is 600 years older than the ancient civilization in the Tigris and Euphrates Valley. The first states on the territory of Thailand were created by the Mons in the 1st-2nd centuries.… Read More »

Siam (Thailand) Rivers and Morphology

Exploration. – Marco Polo during his return journey touched the eastern beaches of the Malacca Peninsula (Locac), subjected to Siam: but his news about it is scarce and uncertain. Ludovico de Varthema also gives some information on Siam in his Itinerary when he speaks of the cities of Tenasserim and Malacca, which he had visited.… Read More »

Siam (Thailand) Literature

Siamese literature shows, like all civilization, evident and very profound signs of Indian influences: Sanskrit literature has provided, through the Khmer, most of the models to Thai writers for profane works, while Pali literature has inspired religious works. Pāli is after all the sacred language of Siamese Buddhism, and King Chulalongkorn had the Tipi ṭ… Read More »

Siam (Thailand) History Part III

However, this provision was, over time, a cause of difficulties, above all because it applied not only to Europeans, but also to Asian subjects or proteges of Western states, and France especially had made it a weapon to extend its influence so much. that around 1893 more than 30,000 people depended on its jurisdiction. In… Read More »

Siam (Thailand) History Part II

The war with Burma lasted almost uninterrupted for fifty years, with alternating events; meanwhile other Europeans set foot in Siam to trade: the Spaniards in 1598, the Dutch in 1604, the English in 1612, the Danes in 1621; on the contrary, the Dutch East India Company soon replaced the Portuguese, in the monopoly of Siam’s… Read More »

Siam (Thailand) History Part I

The news about the most ancient period in the history of Siam is scarce and fragmentary. Already in the century. Street. C. Mon-Khmer and Burmese populations had formed numerous small states, always at war with each other, reduced towards the century. VII d. C. to only four kingdoms. These political organisms perpetuate themselves and arrive,… Read More »

Siam (Thailand) Ethnography

The Siamese have short stature, strongly brachycephalic skull, olive tint, protruding cheekbones, short and flat nose: in short, they have very strong Mongolian characters. Their temperament is generally sweet, shy and gay, a little thoughtless; they are intelligent, sincere, hospitable, very fond of games and entertainment, in which they occupy a lot of their time.… Read More »

Siam (Thailand) Economic Sectors

Forests. – Except for the central lowlands, the rest of the country is largely covered by forests, which are thought to occupy 50-60% of the total area. The most important are those of teak, the timber of which is in third place, by value, in Siamese exports, after rice and tin. Teak is found abundantly… Read More »

Siam (Thailand) Demographics

The first total census was carried out in Siam in 1909 (a partial one had been made in 1905), and it resulted in 8,087,000 residents, which rose to 9,207,355 in 1919 and 11,506,207 in 1929. An evaluation makes them rise in 1935 to 12,750,000, 25 per sq. km. The population is very unevenly distributed, and… Read More »

Siam (Thailand) Communications and Trade

Since the end of the 19th century, the construction of modern communication routes has had a great boost, and now Siam has 3134 km. of railways (1934) and about 2100 km. of state and provincial roads, the longest of which, and one of the most important, is the one that leads from Nagor Lampang to… Read More »

Siam (Thailand) Climate

During the sec. XVIII very little could be added to the knowledge that already existed. Among the explorations of the century. XIX are those of the Englishman D. Richardson, who in 1839 crossed the mountains of Tenasserim between Moulmein and Kanchanaburi; of the French botanist H. Mouhot, who from Menam went to Korat and then… Read More »

Siam (Thailand) Arts

For the most ancient period, instead of “Siamese art” we must speak of “art in Siam”, since the Siamese of today, originally called Thai, immigrated en masse only in the century. XIII, coming from the north, in the Menam valley. At that time an artistic activity was already flourishing, especially in the field of sculpture.… Read More »

Siam (Thailand) Agriculture and Breeding

That Siam is essentially an agricultural country, although not even 6% of its surface is cultivated, is indicated by the percentage of the population employed in agriculture, and this is confirmed by the value of the exported rice, which is around 70% of the total export value. Siam is therefore also a typical monoculture country.… Read More »

Thailand Literature Overview

The Thai rulers have been instrumental in the modernization of literature. Towards the middle of the 19th century, thanks to King Mongkut (Rāma iv, 1851-68), relations with Western countries were strengthened: these relations later resulted in the reign of his son, Chulalongkorn or Rāma v (1868-1910), in a notable influence of the world and Western… Read More »

Thailand Literature from the Origins to the 20th Century

FROM THE ORIGINS TO THE 18TH CENTURY The first evidence of Thai written literature dates back to the 13th century. and consists of inscriptions on stelae (epigraphs in honor of the deceased sovereigns, of political and religious inspiration), engraved by King Rāma Kamheng (d. 1315), third ruler of the first Siamese dynasty of Sukhōthai, to… Read More »

Thailand in the 1930’s and 1940’s

The Siamese nationalist government, firmly established in power in 1933, had set itself a specific purpose: to give the country a new power that would allow it to assume a non-secondary role in the community of Asian peoples. The People’s Party had begun by carrying out a vast program of internal reforms; in the economic… Read More »

Thailand History and Cinema

History After a brief phase of civilian rule (1974-76), the end of the 1970s saw the return to power of the military, a traditionally dominant group in Thai political life. The regime, led since November 1977 by gen. Kriangsak Chomanan and institutionalized in 1978 by a new Constitution, had to face, after the development of… Read More »

Thailand Encyclopedia Online

Thailand is a state of Southeast Asia. Located in the center of Indochina, it is limited to the W and N from Myanmar, to the North and E from Laos, to the SE from Cambodia ; to the S it touches Peninsular Malaysia (Peninsula of Malacca) on the Isthmus of Kra, thus reaching both the… Read More »

Thailand Economy and Energy

Economy Between 1990 and 1996 Thailand experienced strong growth, averaging 8.6%, which was abruptly interrupted by the Asian crisis of 1997-98, following which Thailand’s GDP collapsed by 11%. However, the high development of the commercial sector, combined with a markedly export-oriented economy, favored a sudden recovery that materialized in an average increase in GDP of… Read More »

Thailand Economy 1981

Although it experienced some industrial development after 1960, it still remains a country fundamentally based on the primary sector – around 80% of the active population and over 80% of the country’s exports (but only less than a third of the gross national product.) -, first of all on agriculture, in which more than 75%… Read More »

Thailand Economic Conditions

The current development of Thailand originates from massive US aid during the Vietnam War, of which the country was the main logistical rear. Later, it was fueled by Japanese industrial investments, attracted by the low cost of labor. An authoritarian political system and friend of the West allowed Thailand to offer an optimal environment to… Read More »