Bangkok is the capital of Thailand it's population is 5,705,061.

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Thailands Map

Tailand is between Cambodia , Burma and LAOS

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Thailands Climate

In 1997 it was mostly stormy , 1998 it was mostly rainy , in 1999 it started to clean up and it was mostly cloudy , in 2000 it cleared up with sunshine.

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Thailand's Population

Thailand's population is 67,705,061 it has one of the most biggest population in the world

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History Highlights

Following on from the earliest Ban Chiang and Indic Srivijaya civilisations, the ethnic Thais migrated from southern China into the region in the 10th century AD. Surrounded by powerful neighbours - the Khmers and Mon - they later established the independent state of Sukhothai. During the early 14th century, a rival state began to develop, with a new city called Ayutthaya.

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Thailand's Economy

Its economy is heavily export

-dependent, with exports accounting for more than two-thirds of its gross domestic product.In 2013, the Thai economy is expected to grow in the range of 3.8-4.3 percent.

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Thailand's Education

Education in Thailand is provided mainly by the Thai government through the Ministry of Education from pre-school to senior high school. A free basic education of twelve years is guaranteed by the constitution, and a minimum of nine years' school attendance is mandatory.

Thailand' Health

Thailand has had "a long and successful history of health developmentaccording to the World Health Organization. Life expectancy is seventy years at birth, ninety-eight and ninety-six percent of the population have access to improved drinking water and sanitation (respectively), and a system providing care for Thai nationals has been established since 2002.

Recent statistics show that in Thailand the standard of living of the population is growing, but even if the poverty rate is one-fifth compared to 20 years ago, the problem of debt, insufficient income to savings, access to education basic social security and career opportunities are still factors in the lives of the poor.

A population of 62,926,261 people in 77 provinces of the country. The quarterly figure for 2011 shows only 39,317,200 people employed, with household debt at 136,562 per year about 4,600 dollars.

Thailand's Natural Recourse

Their natural recourse that they rely on include tin, rubber, natural gas, tungsten, tantalum, timber, lead, fish, gypsum, lignite, fluorite, arable land.

Thailand's Environment Issues

  1. flooding, drought, higher temperature, and sea level rise. 2.pesticide, herbicide, fertiliser, and irrigation. 3.urban runoff, ship transport, untreated sewage, septic tank, animal dung, manure spreading, acid rain, and eutrophication.

4. Air pollution

5. Recourse depletion

6.Waste generation