You asked: How many people from Thailand live in Australia?

How many Thai people are in Perth?

Thai Community in WA

There are between 5 -10,000 Thai people currently living in Western Australia.

Why is Thailand popular for Australians?

Australians have always had something of a love affair with Thailand. The proximity, lifestyle, people and favorable exchange rates have for many years combined to make it the holiday destination of choice for generations of Australian travelers and tourists.

What country has the most Thai people?

The Thai diaspora is estimated to account for around 1.1 million people across the world. The most significant Thai populations around the world are based in the United States (247,000), South Korea (101,000), Australia (72,000), Taiwan (64,000), Germany (58,000) and the United Kingdom (48,000).

How many Thai live in Australia?

The latest Census in 2016 recorded 66,229 Thailand-born people in Australia, an increase of 45.7 per cent from the 2011 Census. Thailand does not have a history of migration in large numbers to other countries.

How many Thais are there in Sydney?

It’s estimated there are as many as 100,000 people of Thai descent living in Sydney, making it by far the largest concentration in Australia.

How many Thai people are in New Zealand?

We have around 10,000 Thai people resident in New Zealand with over half living in the Auckland region.

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Where do Australians go in Thailand?

Major tourist attractions that are open:

  • The Grand Palace, Bangkok.
  • Wat Arun Ratchawararam Ratchawaramahawihan, Bangkok.
  • Temple of the Emerald Buddha, Bangkok.
  • Railay Beach, Railay.
  • Khaosan Road, Bangkok.
  • Similan Islands (closed from May-October annually for regeneration only)
  • Wat Rong Khun, Chiang Rai.

Where do Australians live in Thailand?

Thousands of Australians live in Chiang Mai. It’s one of the most popular cities in Thailand for Expats to live and it’s where we spend most of our time when in Thailand. Expat life in Chiang Mai is very easy as most amenities we are familiar with from Australia are readily available.