In Southeast Asia, there the Kingdom of Thailand made of 76 provinces, surrounded by Myanmar, Lao P.D.R, Cambodia and Malaysia. Thailand have Tropical climate although it's mountainous region is cold in the winter season.
February to May it is hot June to October rain with sunshine and November to January is little cold around 32 - 20 degrees Celsius temperature. It's mountains, plains and seas with beaches offer production of rice, rubber cultivation, mining industry and fishing Industry. It's population is well over 62 millions, where it's metropolitan city Bangkok only holds 7 million people. Of this Thai counts for 80% and Chinese 10%, Malay 3% and the rest are called minorities. Of these people 95% practice Buddhism and 4% Muslim and the rest are others.
Thai language is the official language of Kingdom of Thailand, English is widely spoken in Bangkok and most of the Tour sector community in the other part of Thailand can use English and German French, Japanese and Italian languages.
Thailand lays in the time zone of GMT +7 Hours.
Power Supply: All over Thailand uses 220 V A/C 50Hz,Some hotels offer 110Volts for its guests. There are Tab water available in Thailand, although it's recommended to use Mineral water for the drinking purpose.
Use of Light colored cotton clothes are good in Thailand, Although to dine in good Restaurants you may need jackets. Beach dresses will not a common sight at other public places as Malls, Supermarket, Shops, and temples.
Banks are open Mondays to Fridays from 9.30 am to 3.30 pm except on public holidays. Government offices are generally operate between 8.30 am and 4.30 pm with 12pm to 1 pm lunch break. Most business open
8-5 pm or 10-10 pm. Some business open on Sundays too.
Postal service is good in Thailand.8 - 4.30 pm is the normal working hours. Fax, Internet services are nationwide available at important places.
As per Telephone service you can find phone service every where. GSM mobile sim can be purchased to use with the 900 GSM band. If you want to make international calls from Thailand,
first dial 001+country code+area code+telephone number