Thailand, a Buddhist-majority kingdom, is at the centre of mainland South-East and shares borders with modern-day Myanmar (Burma), Laos, Cambodia and peninsular Malaysia. Historically this has been an ideal location for trade and for cultivating connections with the wider neighbourhood.
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