The official currency of Thailand is the Thai Baht. Thai Baht has the currency short name code THB, and the symbol used for the currency is ฿. The Thai Baht is usually accepted in nearby countries to Thailand such as Laos and Cambodia.
The name Baht originates from a weight measure comparable to the brittish Pound that once was valued its weight in silver.
One Thai Baht is 100 Satang. The denomination of banknotes are 20 Baht, 50 Baht, 100 Baht, 500 Baht and 1000 Baht. Coins are denominated in range from 25 satang to 10 Baht. The satang coins are rarely used because of their low value.