Thai News Papers and News Sites
Thai Rath (Thai: ไทยรัฐ, RTGS: Thai Rat, pronounced [tʰāj rát]; lit.: ‘Thai State’ or ‘Thai Nation’) is a daily Thai language newspaper published in Bangkok and distributed nationwide.
Khao Sod (Thai: ข่าวสด, RTGS: Khao Sot, pronounced [kʰàːw sòt]; lit. meaning “fresh news” or “current news”) is a Thai daily newspaper with national circulation. Founded on 9 April 1991, Khao Sod is the youngest paper of the Matichon Publishing Group
Daily News (Thai: เดลินิวส์, pronounced [dēː.lī.nīw(s)]) is a Thai-language daily newspaper published in Bangkok and distributed nationwide. It is the 2nd best-selling newspaper in Thailand. It has a circulation of 850,000 copies daily.
Kom Chad Luek (Thai: คมชัดลึก, RTGS: Khom Chat Luek, pronounced [kʰōm t͡ɕʰát lɯ́k]; lit.: ‘sharp, clear, deep’) is a mass-circulation Thai-language daily newspaper launched in 2001, published in Bangkok, Thailand, by the Nation Multimedia Group.
Manager Daily (Thai: ผู้จัดการรายวัน; RTGS: phu chat kan rai wan) is a Thai-language daily newspaper published in Bangkok and distributed nationwide. Founded on 7 November 1990, and is owned by the Manager 360.
The Bangkok Post is an English-language daily newspaper published in Bangkok, Thailand. It is published in broadsheet and digital formats. The first issue was sold on 1 August 1946. It had four pages and cost one baht, a considerable amount at the time when a baht was a paper note. It is Thailand’s second oldest newspaper.
Thai Post (Thai: ไทยโพสต์) is a broadsheet, Thailand-language daily newspaper founded in 1996 and published in Bangkok, Thailand. It is one of Thai-language dailies in Bangkok.
First English-language newspaper published in Pattaya, Thailand.