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Thailand Location Map

Thailand is in the heart of southeastern Asia, along the Gulf of Thailand. It borders four Asian countries including Burma, Laos, Cambodia and Malaysia.

The three most prominent regions in Thailand are plains in the central region, plateau (Khorat Plateau) in the east with surrounding mountains. The highest peak in Thailand is Doi Inthanon in the northwest, standing at 2,565 meters high.

The climate is tropical with warm, rainy, and monsoon seasons. It’s a major hub for tourists, with over 2000 miles of coastline for pristine beaches and travel. There are also over 1400 islands, most of which are uninhabited without a human settlement.

Capital city

Bangkok

Major cities

Paôy Pêt
Chanthaburi
Chiang Mai
Chon Buri
Hat Yai
Khon Kaen
Lampang
Nakhon Ratchasima
Nakhon Sawan
Nakhon Si Thammarat
Phatthaya
Phitsanulok
Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya
Ratchaburi
Rayong
Si Racha
Songkhla
Surat Thani
Ubon Ratchathani
Udon Thani

Cities, towns and villages

Amnat Charoen
Bueng Kan
Buriram
Chaiyaphum
Chiang Rai
Chumphon
Kanchanaburi
Krabi
Loei
Lop Buri
Mae Hong Son
Mae Sot
Maha Sarakham
Mukdahan
Nakhon Phanom
Nan
Narathiwat
Nong Khai
Pattani
Phangnga
Phayao
Phetchaburi
Phichit
Phuket
Prachuap Khiri Khan
Ranong
Roi Et
Sa Kaeo
Sakon Nakhon
Sattahip
Satun
Sukhothai
Suphan Buri
Surin
Tak
Thakhèk
Trang
Trat
Uthai Thani
Uttaradit
Yala

Lakes, rivers and creeks

Ang Kep Nam
Angkep Nam Ubonrat
Chao Phraya
Gulf of Thailand
Khuan Chieo Lan
Khuan Khao Laem
Khuan Sirikit
Khuan Srinakarin
Lam Dom Noi
Lam Pao
Mae Nam Bang Pakong
Mae Nam Chi
Mae Nam Khwae Noi
Mae Nam Mae Khlong
Mae Nam Mun
Mae Nam Nan
Mae Nam Pa Sak
Mae Nam Ping
Mae Nam Ta Pi
Mae Nam Wang
Mae Nam Yom
Strait of Malacca
Thale Sap Songkhla

Islands

Ko Samui
Ko Pha-Ngan

South-Eastern Asia

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