Last Updated : 2020-10-25 15:08:02
Known worldwide for its charming locals, majestic limestone cliffs, and picture-postcard beaches and coastline, Thailand is also home to a range of strange things, quirky idiosyncrasies, and enchanting specialties. The strange and bizarre in Thailand is measured entirely by a unique yardstick, and the country is full of surprising oddities.
Fact 1 - Thailand name in the Thai language is Prathet Thai, which directly changes to Land of the Free. Then it seems very appropriate that this country is the only country in the whole of Southeast Asia, which has never colonized any European nation.
Fact 2 - People often marvel at the forests and forests of Thailand, but there used to be more. Most people do not realize that a hundred years ago, almost the entire area of northern Thailand was in a hardwood forest. Today about a quarter of that forest is left. Only Singapore has lost more trees. For this reason, logging is completely banned in Thailand.
Fact 3 - The Thai capital Bangkok has hot and humid weather when it comes to temperature. It does not have hot temperatures, but we believe that the average high-low temperature of the year, Bangkok is one of the hottest cities in the world.
Fact 4 - Thailand has a remarkable geographical diversity. It is the 50th largest country in the world. The main geographical features of the country include a central plane, an elevated plateau, and high mountains. It shares a long hilly border with Myanmar, which extends from the south to the north to the Malay Peninsula.
Fact 5 - In Thailand, it has always been believed that all young men, including royalty, were required to become monks, even for short periods, before the age of 20. The monks lead a difficult life, beginning their day at 4 am and meditating for the whole day chanting and meditation.
Conclusion - The nation is a popular tourist destination and attracts more than six million visitors annually. There are many interesting facts about Thailand, such as various landscapes, its culture, its natural resources, and its history.
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