|Gulf of Thailand|
|Average depth||58 m (190 ft)|
|Max. depth||85 m (279 ft)|
What is the lowest place in Thailand?
Geography of Thailand
|Satellite view of Thailand|
|Highest point||Doi Inthanon 2,565 m (8,415 ft)|
|Lowest point||Gulf of Thailand 0 m (0 ft)|
|Longest river||Chi River 1,047 km (651 mi)|
How many seas are there in Thailand?
5 OCEANS AND SEAS
Thailand has 2,130 square kilometers (822 square miles) of coral reefs.
Why is the Gulf of Thailand important?
The major rivers that inflow to the Gulf of Thailand include the Chao Phraya River, the Tha Chin River, the Mae Klong River, the Bang Pakong River, and the Tapi River. The Gulf of Thailand is a popular destination for tourists because of its warm tropical waters and coral reefs and beaches.
What religion is in Thailand?
Religions by region
|Religion in Thailand (2015)|
Why is the water green in Thailand?
Green is algae/phytoplankton. If you look at the Amazon it’s very brown even though upriver there’s relatively little industrialization. And consider “clear blue” actually indicates a “water desert” without much or any life at all – dead water. hahaha the water man strikes again!
Why is the air quality so bad in Thailand?
Contributors to poor air quality in Thailand include power generation from coal, the manufacturing, refining, and mining industries, vehicle emissions, and waste burning. Seasonal variations exist, with high levels of air pollution in the dry season (January to April).