Post Codes and Addresses
Posting a letter in Thailand? The post code numbers for addresses in Thailand...
The Thailand Post Company Limited is the national state-owned Thai postal service.
There are over 3,000 post offices in Thailand and over 30,000 post boxes. Opening times for most post offices are from 08:30-16:30. Thailand Post offers a full range of services from all postal services to money transfers, payment of bills and a full range of business services.
- For information on Thailand Post products and services:
Thailand Post Company Limited
Tel: 02 831 3131
Fax: 02 831 3514
- For complaints or service enquiries
Tel: 02 831 3600
Thai Postal Codes
Thai post codes are also often referred to as zipcodes. They are written as a sequence of five digits. The first two digits indicate the province, the middle one the District (Amphur) and the last two digits the sub-district (Tambon).
- For a list of provinces and the first two digits of their post codes: Click here
- For a postcode finder from GeoNames: Click here
The Thai Post Office accepts mail with addresses written in Roman script as well as in Thai script. The address should be written as follows, starting with the number and name of road and ending with the province and post code.
- Name of addressee
17/24 Soi Yos Anee
Chaofa West Road
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