Tags : Ranking


Suvarnabhumi tops global ranking of airports at risk of coastal

Research shows that Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport is most at risk of coastal flooding, due to rising sea levels, compared to many other airports around the world. According to the “Global analysis of sea level rise risk to airports”, published in the Climate Risk Management journal earlier this year, Suvarnabhumi airport has the highest risk of […]Read More


Decoding Chula’s Rise to World-Class Caliber Being Crowned Asia’s Top

Chula’s Vice President reveals four important factors leading Chula to be named Asia’s No.1 (No. 23 in the world) university for sustainability by THE (Times Higher Education) Impact Rankings 2021 while stressing the local and global impacts of research and innovation by faculty members and students. According to Assoc. Prof. Dr. Natcha Thawesaengskulthai, Vice President […]Read More


Thailand ranks 48th in World Happiness Report

Thailand has been ranked 48th in the World Happiness Report 2021, the same as last year. Finland remains in top position, followed by Iceland and Denmark. Of the 95 countries and territories surveyed, Tanzania, Jordan and Zimbabwe received the lowest rankings respectively. The report calculates the rankings based on several factors, including gross domestic product […]Read More


Thailand drops to 4th largest global rice exporter

According to the Thai Rice Exporters Association, the country exported 5.72 million tonnes of rice in 2020, which is a 24.5% decrease year on year. The export value was 115 billion baht. This makes Thailand the world’s fourth largest rice exporter, behind India, Vietnam and Pakistan. 421,477 tonnes of Thai rice were exported in January […]Read More

Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai Ranks World’s Worst Air

CHIANG MAI, March 9 (TNA) – People in many northern provinces were suffering from thick smog as one of them, Chiang Mai, became the place of the world’s worst air pollution. Smoke haze covered Chiang Mai and its Doi Suthep mountain was virtually invisible. At 4pm on Monday, the AirVisual website ranked Chiang Mai as […]Read More


Thailand placed 4th in ASEAN on the Democracy Index 2020

Thailand has been placed fourth in ASEAN, and 73rd in the world, while categorized as one of the world’s “Flawed Democracies,” on the Democracy Index 2020 by The Economist Intelligence Unit. Malaysia ranks at the world’s 39th position, placing it at the top of ASEAN index, followed by the Philippines at number 55, Indonesia at […]Read More


Thailand Falls to 104th Place in Transparency Ranking

BANGKOK, Jan 29 (TNA) — Transparency International (TI) gave Thailand a score of 36 for transparency, equal to its score in 2019, but the country’s place fell to 104th last year due to bribery. Announcing the transparency performance, Niwatchai Kasemmongkol, deputy secretary-general of the National Anti-Corruption Commission, said TI reported its Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) […]Read More