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Thai Baht

Thai Baht Currency:

Thai Baht Currency-Baht is the official currency of Thailand. Baht is further subdivided into 100 equal parts called satang.  The legal tender of Thailand is issued by the Bank of Thailand. Baht is denoted by the symbol ฿. The frequently used denominations of paper currency are ฿20, ฿50, ฿100, ฿500 and ฿1000. The coins which are in active circulation are ฿1, ฿2, ฿5 and ฿10.

Thailand is more known internationally of its tourism rather than its own internal progress. In fact, it is the tourism which is the main contributor for its robust economy. The capital city of Thailand, Bangkok, has a number of tourist attractions and the beach destination Pattaya has come to be commonly cited as “Bachelors’ Paradise”. The city Phuket is yet another important international tourist destination which is abuzz with multifarious  activities ranging from visiting temples with shining gold-coated domes housing statues of Buddha and Hindu Gods to self-pampering seaside adventures/relaxation as well as carefree night life. As against the global average for tourism of 9%, the contribution of international tourism for Thailand has stood at 19.3% (2.3 million Baht), according to an estimate of 2014.

Thai Baht (Thailand):

Code: THB

Symbol: ฿


1⁄100 = satang


฿20, ฿50, ฿100, ฿500, ฿1000


฿1, ฿2, ฿5, ฿10, 25, 50 satang

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Thai Baht

Central bank:

Bank of Thailand

Commemorative notes:

  • 5 and 10 baht (Year 1969): Date of the inauguration of the note printing works, Bank of Thailand (commemorative text added to regular 5 and 10 baht notes)

  • 60 baht (Year 1987): King Bhumibol Adulyadej's 60th birthday

  • 50 and 100 baht (Year 1990): Princess mother Srinagarindra's 90th birthday (commemorative text added to regular 50 and 100 baht notes)

  • 1000 baht (Year 1992): Queen Sirikit's 60th birthday (commemorative text added to regular 1000 baht notes)

  • 10, 50 and 500 baht (Year 1996): 120th anniversary of the ministry of finance (commemorative text added to regular 10, 50 and 500 baht notes)

  • 1000 baht (Year 1999): King Bhumibol Adulyadej's 72nd birthday (a different emblem)

  • 50 baht (Year 2000): 50th anniversary of royal wedding of king Bhumibol Adulyadej and queen Sirikit

  • 100 baht (Year 2002): The centenary of the issuance of Thai banknotes

  • 100 baht (Year 2004): Queen Sirikit's 72nd birthday

  • 60 baht (Year 2006): 60th anniversary celebrations of Bhumibol Adulyadej's accession to the throne

  • 16 baht (Year 2007): King Bhumibol Adulyadej's 80th birthday (1, 5, 10 baht)

  • 100 baht (Year 2010): King Bhumibol Adulyadej's 60th anniversary of coronation day and the 60th anniversary of the wedding of the king and queen Sirikit

  • 100 baht (Year 2011): King Bhumibol Adulyadej's 84th birthday

  • 80 baht (Year 2012): Queen Sirikit's 80th birthday

  • 100 baht (Year 2012): Crown prince Maha Vajiralongkorn’s 5th Cycle (60th) birthday anniversary

  • 100 baht (Year 2015): Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn's 5th Cycle (60th) birthday anniversary

  • 70 baht (Year 2016): 70th anniversary of King Bhumibol Adulyadej's accession to the throne

  • 500 baht (Year 2016): Queen Sirikit's 7th cycle (84th) birthday

  • 20 to 1,000 baht (Year 2017): In remembrance of His Majesty, King Bhumibol Adulyadej

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