Thailand is a country located in Southeast Asia which is known for its stunning beaches, friendly people, delicious food like pad thai, som tum and mango sticky rice, as well as temples, tuk-tuks [rickshaws], floating markets and full moon parties. Thailand is mostly covered by the mountains, hills, plains and a long coastline along the Gulf of Thailand. Thailand is the only Southeast Asian country which was never colonized [got taken over by or captured by] by an european country.
Thailand covers the total land of 513,120 km.sq. And it has been ranked as 50th country among other nations in terms of land area. Thailand is bordered by some neighbourhood countries like Myanmar to the north and northwest, Lao PDR [people’s democratic republic] and Cambodia to the east, Malaysia and the Gulf of Thailand to the south, and the Andaman Sea to the southwest.
Thailand contains a total 0.43% of water and their main source of water come ground water and the people of Thailand achieved 93% of pure water from the ground and they’re also rich in water resource. And the people of Thailand doesn’t have any problem when it comes about water.
There are approximately 201 mountains in Thailand and the smallest mountain in the Thailand evaluates from 54 meters and the highest mountain in the Thailand evaluates till 2565 meters. There are a total of 10 mountains which are more than 1000 meters in Thailand.
PIN = Postal Index Number
Each administrative division maintains its own postal code for mail delivery purposes. Having the correct code is essential to your mails delivery.
Thailand pincode consists of 4 digit system in which each of the 2 digits has an indication.
These are the stamps which are used in Thailand and the price of these stamps is listed in the picture itself.
|Mae Hong Son|
|Nakhon Si Thammarat|
|Nong Bua Lamphu|
|Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya|
|Prachuap Khiri Khan|
|Postcode type and position||
4 digits to the right of the locality name, separated from the latter by a dash.
Barisal – XXXX
XX (First 2 digit) ---> head post office of main regional town
XX (Last 2 digit) ---> thana/secondary post office
|Address format||The second line of the address indicates the sub-office, the area, the street or the village name of the addressee. A sub-district (Thana) might optionally be given on the line before the district name and the postcode.|
Amtali sub-office (area /street /village)
Barguna city (delivery post office)
Barisal – XXXX locality - postcode