Database with the Postal Codes of Thailand. The list is available for download or accessible via APIs.
Postal codes in Thailand are based on 5-digit numbers. The first two of these digits are representing a special administrative area or a province. However, the Ministry of Digital Economy and Society has issued the postal codes in Thailand.
Thailand is previously known as Siam but officially called the Kingdom of Thailand, a South Asian country. Thailand is situated in the Indochinese Peninsula center and boasting an area of 513,120 square kilometers. However, the population of Thailand is more than 66 million.
With 513,120 square kilometers of area, Thailand is the 50th largest country in the world by area. Thailand is a bit larger than Spain and slightly smaller than Yemen. Besides this, Thailand is also characterized by various distinct geographical regions corresponding to the provincial group. The north part of Thailand is the Thai Highlands' mountainous area. Here Doi Inthanon is the highest point, located at 2,565 meters above sea level. Also, The Andaman Sea is a worthy natural resource because it is hosting luxurious yet popular resorts. Phuket, Phang Nga, Trang, Krabi, Ranong, and their islands remain the tourist magnet and lying along the Andaman Sea coast.
The climate of Thailand is highly influenced by monsoon winds that are having a seasonal character. However, most of the country is classified as tropical savanna climate of Köppen. At the same time, most of the south and the eastern tip is having tropical monsoon climates. Some parts in the south also contain a tropical rainforest climate.