Thai Unicode Block
The Unicode Thai block, also known as the Thai script block, is a section of the Unicode Standard dedicated to encoding characters used in the Thai writing system. Thai is the official script of Thailand and is used to write the Thai language. The Unicode Thai block includes a comprehensive set of characters, combining consonants, vowels, diacritics, numerals, punctuation, and other symbols necessary for writing Thai text. This block allows for the accurate representation of Thai content in digital documents, enabling proper rendering and text processing in computer systems, fonts, and software applications that support Unicode encoding. Unicode provides a standardized way to represent text from various scripts and languages, ensuring consistency and compatibility across different platforms and devices.
View a range of fonts that support the Thai block.
Below you will find all the characters that are in the Thai unicode block. Currently there are 87 characters in this block.