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What countries border Thailand?

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The Kingdom of Thailand is bordered by four countries: Laos, Cambodia, Malaysia and Myanmar. Thailand is bordered by the Gulf of Thailand in the south and in the Andaman Sea in the west.

Thailand is located in southeastern Asia and is approximately 198,114 square miles. Thailand is the world's 51st largest country and is the 21st most populated, with a population of approximately 65 million. As of 2014, Thailand's political system is a constitutional monarchy; a hereditary monarch is the head of state, and a prime minister is the head of government. In 2014, Bhumibol Adulyadej, also known as Rama IX, became king of Thailand.


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