Kingdom of Thailand
94% (2005 World Bank)
Burmese, Japanese, Kayan (180), Lao, Rohingya (100,000), Samtao, Sinhala, Tai Daeng, Tamil, Urdu, Vietnamese
Bradley 2007; Lebar, Hickey, and Musgrave 1964; Matisoff 1991; Matisoff, Baron, and Lowe 1996; Prachakij-karacak 1995; Purnell 1970; Smalley 1976; Wurm and Hattori 1981
The number of individual languages listed for Thailand is 74. All are living languages. Of these, 2 are institutional, 27 are developing, 20 are vigorous, 19 are in trouble, and 6 are dying.
See full country report.