Category: Thai units of measurement

Wa (unit)
Wa (Thai: วา [wāː], also waa or wah, abbreviated ว.) is a unit of length, equal to two metres (2 m) or four sok (ศอก.) Wa as a verb means to outstretch (one's) arms to both sides, which relates to the
Rai (unit)
A rai (Thai: ไร่, pronounced [râj]) is a unit of area equal to 1,600 square metres (16 ares, 0.16 hectares, 0.3954 acres), and is used in measuring land area for a cadastre or cadastral map. Its curre
Tarang wa
A tarang wa (Thai: ตารางวา, RTGS: tarang wa, IPA: [tāːrāːŋ wāː]) or square wa, sometimes transliterated as 'waa' or 'wah' is a unit of area used in Thailand for measuring land or property. It is defin
A ngan (Thai: งาน, RTGS: ngan, IPA: [ŋāːn]) is a unit of area, equal to 400 square metres (20 m × 20 m), used for measuring land or property area. Its current size is precisely derived from the metre,
Tical (unit)
The tical is a unit of mass (or weight in the colloquial sense) historically used in Mainland Southeast Asia, particularly in the predecessor states of Myanmar, where it is known as the kyat (kyattha)
Thai units of measurement
Thailand adopted the metric system on 17 December 1923. However, old Thai units are still in common use, especially for measurements of land. Before metrication, the traditional system of measurement