People and Policy

Religions and sects: Most of the population (94%) are Buddhism on Theravada school. Muslims are 5% approx. and concentrated in the southern regions of the country, in addition to some small Hindu and Christian groups constitute (1%).

There are many different ethnic groups and tribes in addition to Chinese immigrants who live in the north mountainous regions and constitute "Tai" nationalism of about 90% of the country's population.

98% of Thai population are relatively homogenous and speak Thai language. They share a common culture. This category includes: 50% of Tai nationalism, 40% of Chinese immigrants, 5% of other nationalities such as Mon and Khmer and 0.5% of Malay nationalities.

Religious Coexistence: there is an extent of harmony between different religions and sects, as the democratic development in the Kingdom of Thailand ensured the right to hold high-ranking positions for those of other religions (like Islam).

Regime: Constitutional Monarchy.

His Majesty King / Maha Vajiralongkorn Bodindradebayavarangkun

Parliamentary Representation: the "Parliament" composed of two parts: the House of Representatives and the Senate.