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Geography Of Thailand

Leave your footprints all over the world! Know your destination through geography.

Thailand’s landscapes range from low mountains to fertile plains, to sandy beaches. The country is flanked by Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Malaysia and the Indian Ocean. Its landscape includes diverse ecosystems. The forests are in the north against the backdrop of hills ornamented with waterfalls. Doi Inthanon, whose summit peaks at 2,576 m is Thailand’s highest point. In the central plain, dominated by the Chao Phraya River, are huge rustic paddy fields in villages and historically significant, densely populated settlements. The fertile soil of the plains is conducive to grown paddy. The table land of the northeast becomes lush green during monsoon. A pristine coastline along the narrow southern peninsula gives way to mangrove swamps and popular islands like Phuket. 

 

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