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Thai Baht (THB)

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About Thai Baht (THB)

The official currency of Thailand is called the Thai Baht and bears the ? sign. 100 Satangs make one Thai Baht. According to a report, the Thai currency, Thai Baht, is the world’s 10th most used currency in the world. You will be surprised to know that in Thailand stepping on a coin or a bill is regarded as an offence act against the monarchy. Similarly, keeping currency notes in the back pocket of the trouser is said to be prohibited as it translates to you siting on the King.

Here are Some facts that you must to know about the thai currency:
  • The short name for the Thai Baht is TBH.
  • The most frequently used coins are ?1, ?2, ?5, and ?10. However, rarely used coins are 25 and 50 Satang.
  • The most commonly used banknotes include ?20, ?50, ?100, ?500, and ?1000.
  • You will find temples not just everywhere in Thailand, but also on the coins of the Thai currency.

Quick Facts About Thai Baht (THB)

Currency Name Thai Baht
Short Name THB
Nicknames NA
Symbol (s) ?
Unit 1/100, satang
Frequently Used Coins ?1, ?2, ?5, ?10, 25 satang, 50 satang
Rarely Used Coins NA
Frequently Used Bank Notes ?20, ?50, ?100, ?500, ?1000
Rarely Used Bank Notes 1satang, 5satang, 10 satang
Central Bank, Name & Website Bank of Thailand | www.bot.or.th
Nations that unofficially use the US Dollar as a part of their legal tender NA

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The Thai Baht Currency

The official currency of Thailand is in the subdivision of 100 satang. The Bank of Thalinad holds the issuance rights of the baht. The coins are currently circulating under the denominations satang 25, 50 and baht 1, 2, 5, 10; for the bank notes the circulation is under the denominations of baht 20, 50, 100, 500 and 1000.

You will find temples not just everywhere in Thailand, but also on the coins of the Thai currency. How to avail forex online?
Thomas Cook offers the best-in-market foreign exchange rates along with the best deals on international and domestic flight tickets, hotel bookings, and holiday packages. You can either buy forex online or visit the nearest Thomas Cook branch. To find the current TBH to INR rate or other foreign exchange rates, you can use our exclusive, free money exchange converter now.

you can even visit the nearest branch and our experts will be there to assist you to ensure a seamless transaction.

If you still have questions regarding the Thai Baht rate, speak to our experts now.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is it necessary to carry Thai Baht when landing in Thailand?
No, it is not necessary to carry Thai Baht when entering the country. However, it is all advisable to carry some for your personal convenience and at the same time to avoid the exorbitant exchange prices at the airports.
How much Bahts would be enough for a weeklong trip?
This I totally dependent on the nature of your trip and your personal preferences. If you need clarity on the quantity of the currency you need to buy, please get in touch with one of our experts and they will assist you with the apt guidance.
How much money can I carry in and out Thailand?
You can carry up to USD20,000, or foreign currency equivalent, in and out Thailand. However, in case the amount you are carrying exceeds the given limit then you need to declare the same.
What other currencies are acceptable in Hong Kong?
While we advise you to keep the Thai Baht to avoid any kind of inconvenience while you are on the trip, you may carry other currencies which you will need to exchange to Thai Baht which could become and inconvenient affair while you are enjoying your trip.
How can I book Thai Baht via Thomas Cook? Can I book it online?
Yes, you can certainly book forex online by filling up a simple form on our website. It is a very convenient process and by the end of the transaction, you will receive it at your doorstep.

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