The Kingdom of Thailand
Officially known as the Kingdom of Thailand and formerly known as the Siam; is a country at the center of the Indochinese peninsula in the Southeast Asia. Thailand is the 50th largest country in the world with a population of over 66 million people living. The country is a constitutional monarchy but has switched between parliamentary democracy for decades. The country's capital and the most populous city is Bangkok.
The Thai economy is world's 20th largest economy by GDP and PPP and the 27th largest by nominal GDP. The country became the largest and the newly industrialists country and one of the major exporters in the 1990s. The Thai provinces are administered by regions and Thailand usually uses to divide the provinces is its four-region division system. This division system divides the province into four regions i.e., Northern Thailand, Northeastern Thailand, Southern Thailand, and Central Thailand. each of its regions has their own respective history, culture, people, and languages.
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The Thai culture is a blend and is influenced by many others cultures varying from Indian, Chinese, Cambodian, and Lao.
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The Thai culture has been shaped by the influence of many other cultures that includes Indian, Burmese, Chinese, Lao, and Cambodian. Thailand's national religion is Theravada Buddhism that is central to the modern Thai identity. The official calendar of the Thailand's society has been influenced by several multi-language press and media. There are a few English, and numerous Thai and Chinese slang newspapers available in Thailand.
Thailand is the largest newspaper market in the Southeast Asia. Many of the Thai newspapers use their headings in English just in case of making the newspaper look more stylish. With awesome food and tropical climate, majestic mountains, and fascinating culture; Thailand automatically becomes a magnet for the people from over the globe.
The elephant has been a contributor to the Thai society as its icon for many centuries. The elephant has had a considerable impact on Thai culture. The Thai elephant has been the official national animal of the country. The elephants found here are actually the Indian elephants that are the sub species of the Asian Elephants. There are mainly two species of elephants, African and Asian. The Thai elephants are classed as Indian Elephants.