Geography in Thailand

As we all know that geography of Thailand is varied and is a stunning tropical paradise well-known for its picture perfect beaches, opulent temples, lush landscapes and turquoise tropical waters. Arranged 15 degrees over the equator, Thailand sits in Southeast Asia and offers a limit with Myanmar toward the north, Laos toward the north east and Cambodia toward the east.

Thailand is just about 513,120 square kilometers in size, which is almost the same as Spain or Texas. Made up of over 1400 islands, Thailand is a dramatic archipelago that is home to nearly 69 million people. As a tropical island destination, Thailand enjoys a warm and balmy throughout the year. Thailand's climate can be described as a tropical rainstorm, where the late spring months get the highest amount of rainfall and storm surges.

Thailand's geology is estranged into seventy-six political areas with Bangkok being the capital. There are additionally four distinctive geological locales, all flaunting their own one of a kind scenes and landscape. The western border is known for its forested mountains and wealth of untamed life just as the most elevated top in Thailand, the Doi Inthanon Mountain, which is situated in the Chiang Mai Province. The western fringe district additionally encounters the coolest climate in the entirety of Thailand.

The north-eastern outskirt of Thailand is home to the Khorat Plateau. Expanding south towards Cambodia, the Khorat Plateau possesses 155, 00 sq km of land. 

The inside area of Thailand is overwhelmed by the focal fields. All the more usually known as 'the rice bowl of Asia,' the fields are the absolute most rich regions for developing rice and organic product. Since the 1960's Thailand has been the world's greatest exporter of rice with huge numbers of its produce originating from this district.

The southern area runs into the Gulf of Thailand and Andaman Sea. The district is home to the most dazzling sea shores in all of Thailand just as numerous mainstream occasion locales including Phuket, Krabi and Koh Samui.

Flora and Fauna
Thailand is well-known for its rich variety of flora and fauna. The fauna variety is amazing with 300 mammal species, 313 reptiles, 107 amphibians, more than 100 bird species, and insects an estimated 6000. In Thailand there are three types of tropical forest: monsoon forest, rain forest and mangrove forest. In the north and on high peaks you can find pine forests as well. The country is also famous with almost every tropical fruit tree within its borders; furthermore you can find many different bamboo species and over 27,000 different flowering species.

National Parks of Thailand 
National Parks of Thailand offers guests colossal assortment of attractions, also they comprises of ecologically, economically, and scientifically important plants and creatures. The greater parts of Thailand National Parks are honored with common excellence and historical importance.

Topographic regions
Thailand is located on the Eurasian Tectonic Plate at the center of continental Southeast Asia. The mountains of southern China and northern Thailand stretch out down to a fruitful focal plane framed by the strong Chao Phraya River. Settlement has would in general amass in the Chao Phraya Valley, with its rich floodplains and tropical rainstorm atmosphere so unmistakably fit to wet-rice development.

Oceans and Seas
The southwestern shore of Thailand meets the Andaman Sea of the Indian Ocean toward the west. The south-focal coast and the eastern shoreline of the Malay Peninsula both outskirt the Gulf of Thailand (some time ago the Gulf of Siam) of the Pacific Ocean.

The offshore depths in the Gulf of Thailand range from 30 to 80 meters (98 to 262 feet). Thailand has 2,130 square kilometers (822 square miles) of coral reefs. An expected 96 percent of Thailand's coral reefs are considered "undermined," as they are imperiled by explosive, pollution, oil slicks, shrimp cultivating, and visitor activities.

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