The surge in the popularity of playing at online casinos has led to a growth in the number of sites offering Thai as a language setting.
Thai casinos generally use the Thai language as the default setting but most provide the option to use other languages too, most commonly English, Cambodian and Japanese. By clicking on a flag on the home page or checking under the settings tab you can switch between your preferred languages.
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As you'd expect, many Thai language online casinos target the South East Asian market. However, you can find some that welcome players from other countries around the world. Information regarding whether or not a casino accepts players from your country of residence can normally be found on the registration page. Otherwise check the terms and conditions and if you're still unsure then contact customer support.
Thailand is the country in which the majority of Thai speakers live and therefore Thai language casinos tend to favour the Thai Baht as the preferred currency. Some will also accept currencies from other nearby countries including the Japanese Yen and the Indian Rupee. Only those that specifically target the international market will accept other currencies such as the Euro or the UK Pound.
A range of payment methods are welcome at the majority of Thai casinos. These include e-wallets, credit/debit cards and bank transfers. It's worth noting that some payment methods do incur fees so check the small print before you decide which one works best for you. You may also find that certain methods of payment are restricted to players in certain countries. Payouts are usually made using e-wallets or bank transfers but some casinos do offer the option of a paper cheque or money transfer.