Currency

    • Foreign currency changes are available at the airport and provide the same rates as in town and better rates than hotels. Thai baht is divided into 100 satangs. Paper denominations consist of 1,000- (gray), 500- (purple), 100- (red), 50- (blue), and 20- (green) baht notes. Coins consist of ten-, five-, two-, one-baht disks, as well as 50- and 25-satang brass disks.
  • Circulating Banknotes

    Coins

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    1000 Baht

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    10 Baht

    Cur_500fCur_500b

    500 Baht

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    5 Baht

    AL15_100f2AL15_100b2

    100 Baht

    2_baht_Obverse_(2009) 2_baht_Reverse_20092 Baht
    Cur_50fCur_50b50 Baht

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    1 Baht


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    Cur_20b20 Baht


    50_satang_obverse50_satang_reverse50 Satang

    25_satang_obverse 25_satang_reverse

    25 Satang

  • Major establishments readily accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Diners Club cards, with an expected 3-5 percent surcharge. Major Bangkok banks also recognize these credit cards. For most updated exchange rate, please visit: Bank of Thailand

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