July 8, 2016

Thai Time

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Rawai Muay Thai boxer Francois wins Patong Stadium belt.

Telling time in Thailand

“chao” means morning
“bai” means afternoon
“yen” means evening
“mong” mean hour

1 am = ti nung
2 am = ti song
3 am = ti sam
4 am = ti si
5 am = ti ha

6 am = hok mong chao
7 am = chet mong chao
8 am = pet mong chao
9 am = kao mong chao
10 am = sip mong chao
11 am = sip et mong
mid day = tian

1 pm = bai nung
2 pm = bai song
3 pm = bai sam

4 pm = si mong yen
5 pm = ha mong yen
6 pm = hok mong yen

7 pm = nung tum (pronounced toom)
8 pm = song tum
9 pm = sam tum
10 pm = si tum
11 pm = ha tum
midnight = tian kheun

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