What do Thailand people eat in Thailand?
Tom Yum Goong - A soup made with tomatoes, mushrooms, prawn, ginger and lemon-grass.
Somtam - A spicy salad made with fish sauce, chilli, crab, prawns and shredded papaya.
Somtam - A spicy salad made with fish sauce, chilli, crab, prawns and shredded papaya.
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Thailand's location is in southeast Asia with a western border withBurma, (or Myanmar) and a North Eastern border with Laos. Far southin the country, near Phucket, is southern border with Malaysia. Ithas a long coastline, which along the west of the country isbordering on the Andaman sea. Recently I… have returned from my Thailand trip which I have bookedbefore 2 months through Complete India & Asia. Thailand isreally a dream place for everyone. (MORE)
over 60 million people According to the UN, it is 64 millionEstimated at 63,700,000 about 76 million people
Answer . Agricultural jobs. . Answer . Not really sure what level of detail you need but according to the Bank of Thailand  they listed the following figures (based on a labour force of 35.36 million) [Unemployment runs at just over 0.5 million]: . Sector GDP by Sector (%) La…bour force by occupation (%) . Agriculture. 8.9 38.9 . Manufacturing. 39.3 15.1 . Wholesale and Retail Trade. 13.7 15.1 . Other services * . 38.1 28.8 . Other services include financial sector, education, hotels and restaurants, etc. Rice is the country's most important crop; Other agricultural commodities produced in significant amounts include fish and fishery products, tapioca, rubber, corn, and sugar. Exports of processed foods such as canned tuna, pineapples, and frozen shrimp are on the rise. . Thailand's increasingly diversified manufacturing sector has seen rapid increases in production of computers and electronics, furniture, wood products, canned food, toys, plastic products, gems, and jewelry. High-technology products such as integrated circuits and parts, electrical appliances, vehicles, and vehicle parts are now leading Thailand's strong growth in exports.. Tourism contributes significantly to the Thai economy (making up 6%), though it declined in 2005 due to the tsunami catastrophe, it has recovered strongly in 2006.. Hope this is of help. (MORE)
You can have something in Thailand. I don't know what to do. Because I am not intrested. If anyone here from Thailand please edit. Update Well, right now economy growth of Thailand is very high. Real estate and Tourism grows very fast. There are many Thailand Property and Thailand Real e…state investor from foreign country. Many investor hire or rent hotels and villas in Thailand also. You should try kitesurfing! I recommend you to contact www.thailandkitesurfing.com or www.kiteboardingasia.com the best place to learn is in Pranburi. You can call Jay there 08-97435564 he runs two schools in the area. (MORE)
Bangkok is by far the most densely populated city in Thailand with about 9 million people. However, with the population of Thailand being over 65 million, you couldn't technically say that most people who live in Thailand live in Bangkok.
As a holiday destination Thailand offers everything from beach holidays, diving, snorkeling, trekking and wildlife tours, Buddhist retreats, volunteer opportunities in communities or teaching English and of course sightseeing. Go to phi phi islands, kanchanaburi waterfalls, shop at chatuchak in B…angkok or see the royal palace. Go to isaan area to see how real thais live or up north to visit the golden triangle. Go down to pattaya for songkran festival and have fun! (MORE)
Elephants are important to the people of Thailand for two reasons. Elephants have a deep religious meaning within the Hindu and Buddhist religions. A story is told about Buddha's mother and a dream she had about a white elephant before he was born. The Hindu god Ganesha is said to have the head of a…n elephant, because the elephant is so smart. In every day life the elephants of Thailand were used for clearing out forests, making it easy for people to open up trade routes. Although, today, elephants are very seldom used for logging they are very popular with the tourists and a trained elephant can become part of the family. (MORE)
Humans have been living in what is today known as Thailand for atleast 40,000 years. Currently, about 66 million people live inThailand.
The main food they eat is rice. asdfasdfsadf they also LOVE spices and fried foods are a big thing too! asdfasdfasdf
As little as possible. The tourism industry is big but not sophisticated. A lot of people work in the rubber or coconut industries and most people try their best to relax as much as possible. Oh, prostitution's pretty big too.
Thai people consume rice dish. Most food variety in Thailand is made to consume with rice or sticky rice. Traditional Thai dish is a form of salad mix or Yum (à¸¢à¸³), vegetable dip or Naam-prik (à¸à¹à¸³à¸à¸£à¸´à¸) and boil dish or Tom (à¸à¹à¸¡). Tom-yum tho…ugh had the word Yum but it is a form of Tom food using many Yum ingredient, kind of fusion food since ages ago. Thai dish of Indian origin is Kang (à¹à¸à¸) and often translated as curry e.g. red-curry or green-curry. Modern Thai cuisine apply many of Chinese origin dish and applied to Thai taste such as stir-fry or soup. (MORE)
There are over 38 million people employed in the country ofThailand. There are less than 286,000 people that are unemployed inthe country.
Thailand people wear uniforms to school, there uniforms are triditional. on weekends they were regular clothes just like kids here in america. for everone wears triditional dresses and suits.
Thais have different skin color. People from the north eat (Isaan) tend to have darker skin, which is a sign of poverty for most of them.. I prefer a dark skinned girl to a European white skinned!. They must think that many tourists are stupid, as all they want is laying in the sun all day to get …a nice tan.. Crazy world....... (MORE)
Because like all animals, monkeys are meat.. Meat is an excellent source of nutrients - particularly protein..
Thailand has many beautiful and interesting places. Different food and culture. Along with interesting history.
Today most Thais dress the same as the Western World. Most of the traditional cloth however is silk cloth, which is very light and nice to wear in the heat.
tourism affects people of Thailand because: They receive money from selling souveniers, they could rent out somewhere and earn money HOWEVER There is more pollution more traffic, noise and overcrowding Hope this helps
Thailand people celebrate Christmas but not all people. Thailand people celebrate Christmas as a usual Day, Such as: Working going to school going home Etc. Why? because All Thailand people are not all religious. if a town does celebrate Christmas they hang up a Christmas tree and do wha…tever Christians do, Celebrate. (MORE)
Thai people don't usually use Knife. They use Spoon and Fork. But in tradtional way, they use their hand.
People in Thailand wear long robes if the are wealthier, if not the wear baggy pants and dirty shirts. The people in Thailand just about always wear sandals.
They are very religious and wake up really early to pray. There are a lot of criminals that live in Thailand. They're Thai. They eat spicy foods.
They play sports such as kick boxing, martial arts, volleyball using only their feet and head, regular volley ball, and football which i think means soccer.
Cost of living is relatively low in Thailand. Other reasons including nice food, historical culture
At the time of the last census, there were 66.79 million people inthe nation of Thailand. Bangkok is the largest city with about 7million people.
Same as anywhere else - by going to work. Thailand is a modern country and offers the same jobs as any industrialised country. It is still very aggricuktraaly biassed however, so a large majaority of population make their living farming.
It affected the people because they didn't have enough to drink. Mosqitoes lay eggs and malaria spread. People got diarrhoea from bad water or they became dehydrated. There was a lack of medicine and trained doctors. Many were made homeless
When I was there in 1967 - 68 at Udorn Air Force Base, Thailand, we had Native Thai workers in our Bomb Dump. During the breeding season we would light up all our search lights and the light would attract what the Thia's called a RICE BUG. They netted them with Fish Sean nets and boxed them in old a…mmo crates to take to the street market next day. In US coin they got at least a nickel a single bug, fresh uncooked. To us GI's they looked like a giant cockroach. But some of worker strung wires over the exhaust manifolds of the generators and strung the wire through the bug and roasted them nice and crisp for immediate pleasure like us and pop corn. Another thing the worker ate were tree nested caterpillar's. They took down the gossamer like nest and wrapped it, caterpillar's and all, into a wide green leaf. Then ate that whole thing raw like a hot dog on a bun. S J DiNaro Jr Msgt USAF, Ret 1954-74 (MORE)
Thai people wear what Chinese wear with a Spanish hat on top and one Jamaican shoe they think they will die if they wear 2
There are gay fish :) boy fish :) girl fish:) smelly fish:) sophie fish :)
Generally we eat a lot of vegetables, rice, soups and spicy stuffs. For city-people may not be the same.
De jure. Yes.. of course. How much? as pleaded in the bill of right. Lastest edition is enacted in 2007. De facto. It depends on what kind of right you'd like to ask about. If you mean anything but political right, yes... one,with Thai citizen status, can claim. But political right, well... there'…s Lese Majeste Law which active potently. Critisizm of some people who related to The "R" court will get you in trouble and their minions will find every ways to get you in trouble. (MORE)
We call ourselves 'Thais' or 'Thai people', but for some people who live in Bangkok may call ourselves as 'Bangkokians'
the orientals have a saying, "If the sun falls on it's back you can eat it"
because Thailand had a lot of beautiful thing and good to visit. many people like to visit to Thailand has good food and different kind of food
they dress with heavy clothes in the winter and in the summer because its cold in Thailand everytime and they also have a flower in there hand of good luck
wow most people in Thailand farm and it very hot as we know we make rice and it take a long time and it hot so they got use to it as well. Fans. Air-conditioning.
Thailand people look Chinese because they are Asian and Asian's are from a lot of the same heritage and they seem to look the same. I AM NOT A RACIST I AM JUST ANSWERING THIS QUESTION PLEASE DO NOT FIND THIS OFFENSIVE ANYBODY. THANK YOU
a) Tourists buy coral at seaside stores, encouraging the people that sell it to go out and take more coral, so destroying the reefs. b) After the full moon party in Koh Phi Phi, the locals are left to clean up tonnes and tonnes of rubbish. Any trash not cleaned up washes into the seas, polluting …them and maybe hurting animals (MORE)
As of 2010, Thailand has 68.75 million mobile subscribers in total, or a 105.6% penetration rate
Some of the most popular foods in Thailand are called: . Tom Yam Kung (spicy shrimp soup) . Kaeng Phet Pet Yang (roast duck curry) . Phat Thai (fried noodles of Thai style) . Kai Phat Met Mamuang Himmaphan (chicken fried with cashew nuts) . Phanaeng (meat in coconut cream) . Tom Kha Kai (chick…en in coconut soup) . Kaeng Khiao Wan Kai (green chicken curry) & many more! (MORE)
Mostly rice, Spicy foods and beans Typical household cookery composed of stir-fried vegetable, cabbage is one of the most common ingredient, sometime morning glory fried with fish sauce. Pork and chicken often form the most common meat dishes (often, again, stir-fried with fish sauce and garlic),… protein can also be obtained from deep fried egg with crispy texture and soft inside. Beefs are rare, most of the Thai with Chinese ancestry (which is quite a lot) do not eat beef out of religion belief The dinner is often eat in Chinese style family dinner. Each have their own dish of rice and foods are share among member of the family. Tom Yum Kung, Somtam and curry of various kinds are rare outside of the restaurant. Sticky rice is not a staple outside of Isan Plateau, although it is always available at specialized Isan restaurent (which exist almost at every part of the country), although it is often sold as a snack to accompany a sticks of grilled pork. (MORE)
There are 24 holidays that the people of Thailand celebrate. They are the following: NOTE: This is for 2011 Calendar January 1: New's Year Day February 3: Chinese New Year's Day February 18: Makha Bucha Day/ Megha Puja Day April 6 Chakri Memorial Day April 13: Therevadin Buddhist New Y…ear April 13-15: Songkran Fesival May 1: National Labor Day May 2: Substitution for National Labor Day May 5: Coronation Day and the Phi Ta Khon Festival May 10: Royal Ploughing Ceremony Day May 17: Visakha Bucha Day/Visakha Puja/Buddha Day July 1: Bank's Mid-year day July 15: Asarnha Bucha Day/ Asalha Puja Day July 16: Buddhist Lent Day August 12: H.M. The Queen's Birthday September 12: Chinese Moon Festival or Wan Wai Phra Jan October 12: End of Buddhist Lent day Wan Awk Phansa and the Naga Festival October 23: Chulalongkorn Memorial Day December 5: The King's Birithday December 10: Constitution Day December 31: New Year's Eve (MORE)
Buddhists gather to release their hand-made lanterns into the skyin an attempt to bring glory to the Buddhist religion. It is alsosymbolic of personal release and forgiveness. As the lantern isreleased into the air, the owner closes their eyes, makes a wish,and lets all of their troubles float peace…fully away. (MORE)
As with all countries, some are rich and some are poor. Your question is too general to provide a specific answer. Thailand overall is a relatively prosperous country, not a third world country.
The staple ingredient of most Thais dishes is rice, popular meats are pork, chicken and beef. Lots of fruit is consumed, even in spicy salads, popular fruits are mango, papaya, durian and mangosteen. Noodles are popular, and spicy salads are popular, seafood, including prawns, crab, squid, snapper… and sea bass are very popular. Most foods are eaten spicy, often extremely spicy. (MORE)
I just had cornflakes (in Chiang Mai). Traditional breakfast is regional, but common in the North is rice porrige (a savoury thick stew) - in the south/central common is fried bread (like hard donuts without sugar) with condensed (sweet) milk. Poorer people may just have rice (glutinous in the north…) and something like tarro root, chilli fish paste, etc. (MORE)
Thai population is estimated to 64.6 Million persons on June 2013 with growth rate of 0.2 Million persons per year.
No, they use a spoon with their dominant hand and a fork in the other to help transfer food to their plate.
Most Thai believe in reincarnation. Most of them are Buddhist, many of them believe they'll be reborn as a lower animal if they do something bad.. Religious view's mostly the Theravada Buddhism. But there're also many Muslim, especially in the south. ( Near Malaysia). Educational system is mostly …a joke. Life 's better than in let's say Germany.. (MORE)