|Time zone||UTC+7 (ICT)|
What region is Thailand located in?
What mountains do Thailand have?
Greater than 1,000 m
|Doi Phu Kha||ยอดดอยภูคา||Luang Prabang Range|
|Khao Mo Ko Chu||ยอดเขาโมโกจู||Dawna Range|
|Doi Dong Ya Wai||ดอยดงหญ้าหวาย||Luang Prabang Range|
Are there any mountain ranges in Thailand?
Phetchabun Range, Thai Thiu Khao Phetchabun, mountain range in north-central Thailand. A heavily forested southern extension of the Luang Prabang Range, it runs north-south, forming the western rim of the Khorat Plateau, and rises to 5,840 feet (1,780 metres).
What religion is in Thailand?
Religions by region
|Religion in Thailand (2015)|
What are the most important mountains in Thailand?
Mostly known for its scenic beaches, Thailand’s mountains are giving tourists more reasons to visit the country.
Highest Mountains In Thailand.
|Rank||Highest Mountain in Thailand||Elevation|
|1||Doi Inthanon (Doi Luang)||2,565 meters|
|2||Doi Pha Hom Pok||2,296 meters|
|3||Doi Chiang Dao||2,225 meters|
|4||Khao Kacheu La||2,152 meters|
Is there a volcano in Thailand?
are there any volcanoes in Thailand. There are no active volcanoes in Thailand but there are some extinct volcanoes the biggest one being in Buriram in Phanom Rung historical park.