Siam was the former name for Thailand, the country in Southeast Asia.
Siam is the former name for Thailand.
The country that is located to the northwest of the former Siam is Myanmar or Burma. Siam has been known as Thailand for about 150 years.
the modern name of the ancient country Siam; ti-(si-am) is THAlLAND
The country that was formerly known as Siam is Thailand. It became an independent country on May 11, 1949. The country located to the northwest of Thailand is Myanmar.
The country of Siam, which changed its name to Thailand in 1939.It was the country of Siam - which is now called Thailand.
Thailand is the name of the country that was formerly named Siam. Siam was the name of the country before June 24, 1939, and was again for a short time between September 8, 1945 and July 20, 1949.
Thailand was formerly known as Siam.
The country formerly called Siam is present-day Thailand.
Siam did not become Ceylon. In 1939 Siam became Thailand. Ceylon was a different country that in 1972 became known as Sri Lanka.
Thailand used to be called Siam
The name of the answer is Thailand
siamese, by their name, are obviously from ancient siam. and siam is now thailand. so really their thailandese
Siam's modern name is Thailand.
Siam is Thailand.
The current name of the country that extends between Myanmar and Laos which used to be called Siam is Thailand.
If you mean what country was once called Siam, that would be Thailand. The name first changed from Siam to Thailand during World War II.
The country that gave its name to the Siamese cat is Siam, now called Thailand.
The country of Siam which is modern day Thailand.
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Siam is just the old name for Thailand. Don't know why, but for some reason they decided to change it. Still the same country though.