National anthem

When you are in Thailand you might notice that the national anthem is played twice a day at 8 a.m and 6 p.m. It is played on all radio and tv stations as well at bus stations, police stations and other civic centres.  At these times, it is accepted behavior to stop whatever you are doing and stand to attention.
 Use this page to practice the words - at the bottom of the page are more options

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press play to hear music (no signing) of Thai National Anthum



bra thet thai ruam lueard nuea chart chuea thai

ben bra cha rat pha-thai khong thai took suan

yoo dam rong kong wai dai tang muan

duay thai luan mai rak sa mak kee

thai nee rak sa-ngobdtae thueng rob mai khlard

aek-ga rart ja mai hai krai khom khee

aek-ga rart ja mai hai krai khom khee

sa-la luead took yard ben chart plee

tha-loeng bra thet chart thai ta-wee mee chaicha-yo





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National Anthem:
The music to the national anthem was composed by Professor Phra Jenduriyang in 1932 (the year the Constitutional Monarchy was adopted), while the lyrics presently used were written in 1939 by Colonel Luang Saranuprabhandh. The lyrics are as follows (literally translate
Thailand is the unity of Thai blood and body.
The whole country belongs to the Thai people, maintaining thus far for the Thai.
All Thais intend to unite together.
Thais love peace, but do not fear to fight.
They will never let anyone threaten their independence.
They will sacrifice every drop of their blood to contribute to the nation, will serve their country with pride and prestige - full of victory. Chai Yo.
This website offers sound to each chorus
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