Thailand Postal Code



Thailand Postal Code


Thailand's postal codes are five-digit alphanumeric codes. The first two digits of the postal code identify the province or special administrative region in which the address is located (e.g., 43120 Phon Phisai, Nong Khai).
In Thailand, the Ministry of Digital Economy and Society is in charge of issuing postcodes (MDES).


The first two digits of the codes given to each province or special administrative region are listed below in the table below.


Postcode             Zone
10xxx - 18xxx  Central zone
20xxx - 27xxx  Eastern zone
30xxx - 39xxx  Northeastern part 1
40xxx - 49xxx  Northeastern part 2
50xxx - 58xxx  Upper Northern zone
60xxx - 67xxx  Lower Northern zone
70xxx - 77xxx  Lower Central zone
80xxx - 86xxx  Southern zone
90xxx - 96xxx  Southern border zone


Specially Governed Areas (SGAs) (Khet Phiset)
Bangkok employs codes starting with 10xxx (including Samut Prakan)
Pattaya employs the code 20xxx.

What is Thailand address format?

Mr. Siam Rakchart
238/54 Phaithong Village
Bang Yai, Bang Yai
Nonthaburi- 11140
Thailand

What is Thailand Zipcode Format?
Postal Codes formatting