Flag of Thailand

Flag Thailand, Banner Thailand
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Vexillological symbol:
National flag on land, merchant and service flag at sea
Bangkok, in Thai - phonetically -: Krung Thep (City of Angels)
513.115 km²
Baht (THB)
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Five horizontal stripes (red, white, blue double height, white, red).


Red symbolizes the blood of the people; white sybolizes purity and the Buddhist faith; the blue stripe was added to the flag in 1917 as representative of the monarchy as well as a sign of solidarity with the then Allies. It replaced the historical symbol of an elephant. Thailand is also known as the land of the white elephant.


Composer: พระเจนดุริยางค์ (Phra Jenduriyang (Peter Feit)) Songwriter: หลวงสารานุประพันธ์ (Luang Saranuprapan)

That's what ChatGPT knows about the flag of Thailand

This is what an AI says about the Thai flag
The Thai flag, also known as the "Thai flag", is a symbol of national unity and patriotism. It is a symbol of the Thai state and represents the country's culture and history. The flag is also seen as a symbol of loyalty and respect to the monarch, as the middle stripe in the flag represents the color blue, which is the color of the king.
This is what an AI knows about the history of the Thai flag
The Thai national flag was first used in 1917. It is a combination of red and white, symbolizing the nation. The flag was officially adopted in 1932 and has represented the Thai nation ever since.
This is how an AI describes the Thai flag
The national flag of Thailand is a white rectangle divided in the middle by a red cross. The four ends of the cross are decorated with a white stripe. In each corner of the rectangle is a blue crescent. At the upper right end of the rectangle is a white elephant. The flag symbolizes the belief in monarchy and Buddhism. It is a symbol of unity, peace and harmony.

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