Thailand’s population is relatively homogeneous, however, this is changing due to immigration. More than 85% speak a Tai language and share a common culture. This core population includes the central Thai (33.7% of the population, including Bangkok’s population), Northeastern Thai or Lao (34.2%), northern Thai (18.8%), and southern Thai (13.3%).

 

Thailand Population: 67,041,000 (67 million)

 

Map Of Thailand

 

Rank City Population
1 Bangkok 5,705,061
2 Nonthaburi 262,158
3 Pak Kret 178,114
4 Hat Yai 158,007
5 Nakhon Ratchasima 142,645
6 Chiang Mai 142,632
7 Udon Thani 138,332
8 Surat Thani 125,548
9 Khon Kaen 114,335
10 Nakhon Si Thammarat 108,831
11 Pattaya 107,289
12 Nakhon Sawan 92,177
13 Ubon Ratchathani 84,866
14 Nakhon Pathom 83,388
15 Phitsanulok 77,444
16 Phuket 76,208
17 Songkhla 73,170
18 Laem Chabang 70,364
19 Chiang Rai 69,726
20 Yala 63,357
21 Trang 61,320
22 Lampang 59,172
23 Rayong 57,477
24 Samut Prakan 55,994
25 Samut Sakhon 55,473
26 Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya 54,804
27 Mae Sot 36,318

Thailand Population Growth