The タイバーツ is the currency of タイ. Our currency rankings show that the most popular タイバーツ exchange rate is the THB to USD rate. The currency code for バーツ is THB, and the currency symbol is ฿. Below, you'll find タイバーツ rates and a currency converter.
注意: 下のTHBレートは、海外（オフショア）レートです。 タイで使用されるレートは変わることがあります。
Early Currency in Thailand
Standardized factory minted coins and banknotes were officially issued for the first time in Thailand during the Rattankosin era; with paper money appearing in the form of royal promissory notes in 1853. This was soon followed by banknotes issued by foreign banks. In 1857, Thailand acquired its first minting machine and Thai silver coins began to be minted in the area. Coinage was streamlined in 1897, when the 11 denominations were simplified into two (satang and baht) under a decimalized silver standard system.
Introduction of the Thai Baht
Until 1880, the Thai Baht was fixed to the British Pound at a rate of 8 TBH to 1 GBP. This rate changed several times until the Baht was re-pegged to the Japanese Yen at par during World War II. After the war, the currency changed its peg to 20.8 Baht per 1 US Dollar, then to 20 Baht per US Dollar in 1978, and to 25 Baht in 1984.
In 1997, Thailand fell into financial crisis. The Baht lost half of its value prompting the adoption of a floating exchange rate regime. Since the economic collapse, the Thai Baht has stabilized.
Unofficially, the Thai Baht is used in Laos, Cambodia, and Myanmar.
|Minor unit||1/100 = サタン|
|Minor unit symbol||サタン|
|Top THB conversion||THB to USD|
|Top THB chart||THB to USD chart|
|Bank notes||Freq used: ฿20, ฿50, ฿100, ฿500, ฿1000|
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