Bank In Thailand
 
Bangkok Bank
  Bank of Ayudhya
  CIMB Thai Bank
  Citibank
  Export-Import Bank
  Kasikorn Bank
  Krung Thai Bank
  HSBC Bank
  Siam City Bank
  Standard Chartered Bank
  Siam Commercial Bank
  Thanachart Bank
  TMB Bank
  UOB Bank
 

What form of currency is used in Thailand

Thailandís currency is Baht. Bills come in denominations of 1000, 500, 100, 50 and 20. Coins are 10, 5, 1 and tiny satangs. Satangs are quarter fractions of 1 and are not widely used.
 

1000 Baht Denomination 500 Baht Denomination 100 Baht Denomination 50 Baht Denomination 20 Baht Denomination


Most international currencies and Travellers Cheques can be exchanged at banks or local moneychangers. Major credit cards are accepted in major establishments as well as at moneychangers. You can get a cash advance on your credit card at most banks and transfer funds into the country, the latter usually taking a few working days. Western Union outlets are relatively common and easy to access.

There are many ATMís throughout the country, usually with optional displays in English. International ATM cards with the Cirrus symbol link may be used at most ATMís, although there may be a hefty transaction fee.
 

Currency is used in Thailand
 

Currently Circulating Coins (Thai)
 
Image Value Technical parameters Description Date of first minting
Obverse Reverse Diameter Mass Composition Obverse Reverse
1 satang 15 mm 0.5 g Aluminium H.M. King Bhumibol Adulyadej Haripunchai Temple, Lamphun 1987
5 satang 16 mm 0.6 g Phra Patom Temple, Nakhon Pathom 1987
10 satang 17.5 mm 0.8 g Phrathat Chungchum Temple, Sakon Nakhon 1987
25 satang 16 mm 1.9 g Aluminium bronze H.M. King Bhumibol Adulyadej Mahathat Temple, Nakhon Si Thammarat 1987
50 satang 18 mm 2.4 g Doi Suthep Temple, Chiang Mai 1987
1 baht 20 mm 3.4 g Cupronickel H.M. King Bhumibol Adulyadej Phra Kaew Temple, Bangkok 1986
2 baht 21.75 mm 4.4 g Cupronickel clad steel Saket Temple, Bangkok 2005
5 baht 24 mm 7.5 g Cupronickel clad copper Benchamabophit Temple, Bangkok 1988
10 baht 26 mm 8.5 g Ring: Cupronickel
Center: Aluminium bronze
H.M. King Bhumibol Adulyadej Arun Temple, Bangkok 1988
These images are to scale at 2.5 pixels per millimetre, a standard for world coins.
 
 

 

 

Email : webmaster@bankthailand.info
© Copyright 2007 BANK THAILAND All Rights Reserved.
 
Home | Bank In Thailand | Exchange Rates | Bank Branches Locator | Currency Exchange Booths Locator | Exchange Calculator |

eXTReMe Tracker

What form of currency is used in Thailand