Asia

Thailand

what are some of thailands religions

These are some of thialands religions

94.6% of Thailands populations are Buddhist,

4.6% of them are Muslim

and 0.7% of Thais are Christian

What Are Some Of Tailands Celebrations?



The population of Thailand is roughly 65 million citizens, most of them are tai ,allthough people of diferant nationally such as Chinese, Indian, Malay, Mon, Khmer, Burmese, and Lao are also resedents of thailand . Approximately 7 million citizens live in the capital city, Bangkok, though this number varies seasonally and is otherwise difficult to accurately count.





Thailand's prime minister

Yingluck Shinawatra (Thai for) Yinglak Chinnawat, born 21 June 1967), Is a thai businesswoman and politician, member of the phue Thai Party, yingluck the 28th and current Prime minister ofThailand following the 2011 general election. Yingluck is Thailand's first femalePrime Minister of Thailand and at 45 is the youngest Prime Minister of Thailand in over 60 years.


Thailand's traditional clothing




Women wear knee-length or a short skirt with a matching top or blouse. Many women also prefer to wear long wrap around skirts with a floral print top.


Traditional Thailand clothing is mainly made out of raw silk that has been Hand made Thailand. silk has gained popularity all over the world for its smooth touch as well as of high quality. On special occasions, the traditional Thai clothes are worn.


Men in Thailand also have traditional clothing, Men dress in the traditional style on very special occasions, other wise they prefer to put on western clothes. Their traditional dresses are also made of silk and are like one-piece suits with a wide belt. Other types of dresses that are popular with Thai people are colorful batik sarongs, fisherman's pants, trousers and vests made of cotton.



Thailand's food

The food most eaten in Thailand is Fish, shrimp, rice, soups and noodles are found. Thai cooking uses a variety of spices and seasonings such as lime juice, ginger, coconut milk, and peanuts for extra flavour .


Thailand's cities and land marks



Thailand's Cities and Landmarks

Bangkok is Thailand's largest city. It is home to nearly 10 million people. Wat Pho is one of the oldest and largest temples in Bangkok. It was built over 200 years ago. Thailand's beautiful temples draw many tourits each year. The architecture and culture fascinates many people who come to Bangkok Boats are often the fastest form of transportation in Bangkok. There are many canals and waterways that people use all through out the year. Roads in Bangkok can often be jammed for hours with traffic. Floating markets are more convient for many people.

Thailand's currency

The Thai Onshore Baht (THB) is the everyday currency used to purchase goods and services in Thailand. The Thai government has put restrictions on currency trading with other countries to limit currency speculation. Offshore banks (banks outside Thailand) cannot exchange THB with foreign currency. They must instead exchange for the Thai Offshore Baht (THO). The offshore Baht is taxed by the Thai government.