The Thai currency denomination is the "Baht" which is made up of one hundred Satang, occasionally called "Ticals" which was a term used by foreign visitors. The Baht, the term always used by the Thai people, was originally a coin containing silver. It is used as a unit of weight to measure the weight of Gold and Silver.
Notes in circulation
|20 Baht - Green||50 Baht - Blue||100 Baht - Red||500 Baht - Purple||1000 Baht - Beige|
Coins in circulation
|Copper center, nickel outer|
|10 Baht||Nickel - Brass center|