Geographical position of Thailand
The country is located in Southeast Asia, in the southwestern part of the Indochina Peninsula and the North Peninsula Malacca. Thailand borders with Cambodia and Laos in the East and Northeast, with Myanmar in the North-West and West, with Malaysia in the south.
This is a strong country extended from the north (about 1875 km from the northernmost to the most southern point), which also has one of the longest coastal lines in the region – 1875 km by Siamese Bay, plus another 740 km across the Andaman Sea and about 400 – Island (about 3219 km of shores).
Northern and Western districts of Thailand are engaged in mountain areas of the signs of the Tanneundani Range (the highest point – Mount Inchanon, 2576 m), Dongphrayafay, Cravan, Khunthan, Bilau and others stretching in the meridional direction almost through the whole country. The sandstone plateau coat towers in the east. At the same time, almost all central regions of the country occupies an extensive menama lowland, and the southern part is low plains with a low-level Menam with characteristic low remaining mountains and rings.
The Malacca Peninsula is also a horizon – along its entire length there is a chain low (up to 1793 m) Mountains, Luang and Bilau, in the area of the Razkra Krau descending to the height of only 25 meters above sea level. The narrow coastal line of the peninsula is covered with low hills with rain tropical greenery.