Thailand is an exotic country situated in the centre of the Indochina peninsula in Southeast Asia. Renowned for its incredible beauty; the country can be divided into four geographical regions - the forests and mountains of the north, the semi-arid farmland of the northeast plateau, the rice fields of the central plains and the lengthy coastline of the peninsula south. In addition, Thailand has a number of islands just off its coastline, with Phuket the most famous.
Capital city: Bangkok Highest Point: Doi Inthanon (8451ft / 2576m) Lowest Point: Gulf of Thailand (0ft / 0m) Land Area: 197,255 sq. mi (510,890 sq. km) Water Area: 861 sq. mi (2230 sq. km) Total Area: 198,116 sq. mi (513,120 sq. km) Coastline: 2000 miles (3219 km) Bordering countries (4) Burma, Cambodia, Laos, Malaysia