Situated in the heart of Indochinese Peninsula in the Southeast Asia, Thailand geographical shape looks like an ancient axe. Despite Thailand climate is being described as a tropical monsoon, overall climate is the mixture of humid tropical and tropical savanna. Thailand’s neighbors are Lao PDR, Myanmar, Cambodia and Malaysia. Thailand is governed with democratic system with the King as the Head of State. Being known of a capitalist economy and society, Thailand actually has a capitalist economy, slightly with a few socialist economic elements. Majority of Thais are Buddhist. Most of people residing in the capital city are employees or running own businesses, while regional residents are mostly farmers and merchants. Regions of Thailand include Central, East, West, North, Northeastern and South.
Thailand Physical Map
Physical map of Thailand, equirectangular projection
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Geographic features of Thailand
Each region of the Thailand map has a unique way of life, climate, geography, natural resources, direction of development, lifestyle and leisure options and culture. In addition, Thailand has a great reputation in its people as Thais are naturally easy going, kind, friendly and helpful. Infrastructure is rapidly growing, while transportation options are various and inexpensive, i.e. Bangkok is the hub of low cost carriers, high-speed rail project is under development. Despite the country is currently lacking political stability, Thailand is getting stronger in terms of people’s education and the country’s unique products that are unable to find elsewhere.
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