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Map of ThailandNational Parks in Thailand Natural Wonders
There are over 140 national parks in Thailand including and many marine national parks, unique beauty, flora and fauna and amazing waterfalls.
Map of Hong KongHong Kong Skyscrapers Timeline of tallest buildings
Jardine House, Bank of China Tower, Central Plaza, Two International Finance Centre, International Commerce Centre
Map of VietnamHua Hin vs Nha Trang Which Is Better?
Nha Trang is a coastal resort city in Vietnam and Hua Hin the oldest beach resort in Thailand.
Map of ThailandAttractions in Koh Samui You Should Visit
Thailand’s second largest cosmopolitan island offers plenty of nightlife, amazing beaches, viewpoints, lies in the Gulf of Thailand.
Map of CambodiaPeak Tram in Hong Kong Island Fanicular railway in Hong Kong
A very popular tourist attraction, a historic ride on the Victoria Peak, offers great views over the city.
Map of ThailandTop Things To Do in Bangkok named world's favourite city
Bangkok, world's most popular city for travellers, the capital and most populous city of the Kingdom of Thailand.
WaterfallsWaterfalls of Thailand Relaxation Nature Sounds
Adventure and ecotourism, explore the waterfalls in Thailand and get in touch with nature.
BeachesTropical Beaches in Thailand Holidays for Couples & Families
There are hundreds of beautiful tropical beaches in Thailand to discover, perfect places to relax.

The language of Thailand, Thai Language

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The language of Thailand, Thai Language

Thai, one of the oldest languages in East and South-East Asia, the official and national language of Thailand is spoken by 64 million people in the country. Some Thai words are borrowed from Pali, Sanskrit and Old Khmer.

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The language of Thailand, Thai Language
It is a tonal and analytic language. According to tradition it was created in 1283 by King Ramkhamhaeng.

Linguistically, the language is associated with languages expressed in northern Yunnan, Vietnam, Laos and eastern Myanmar. Other languages spoken in Thailand are Chinese, Malay, Lao and Mon-Khmer, while English use is becoming more prevalent in government and commerce.

English is also being taught as a second language in schools and universities, which enables the English speaking visitor in Thailand to have little trouble conversing.

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