Question: What is the lucky number in Thailand?

However, the number 9 (kao) is the luckiest of them all: it is thought to be lucky because, when pronounced in Thai, it sounds like moving forward (kaw-nah – while it doesnt look similar, it sounds similar!).

What number is unlucky in Thailand?

The number 13 is missing in Thailand, it is bad luck! In elevators, this number is usually replaced by “12A”.

What is considered good luck in Thailand?

Think twice before pointing at a rainbow In many cultures, rainbows are considered good luck – in Thailand if you point at a rainbow your finger will fall off. It is advised (and safer!) that you point with all your fingers and the palm of your hand, same goes for holy images.

Is 8 a lucky number in Thailand?

The word for nine (kao) in Thai is a homophone for the word walk in Thai, suggesting prosperity. The number eight looks like infinity, suggesting abundance. And having the same three or four numbers in a row, well, just makes your phone number easier to remember.

Is 9 a lucky number in Thailand?

In Thai folklore, there are lucky and unlucky numbers. However, the number 9 (kao) is the luckiest of them all: it is thought to be lucky because, when pronounced in Thai, it sounds like moving forward (kaw-nah – while it doesnt look similar, it sounds similar!).

How do Thailand laugh?

55555- Thai people pronounce the number five as “haa” so it sounds like “ha”. So a Thai person typing “555” is the translation of the “ha ha ha” e-laughter. Both ㅋㅋㅋ and ㅎㅎㅎ represent laughter which is not very loud. However, if a vowel symbol is written, Laughing out Loud is implied: 하하 haha 호호, hoho.

What is Jaja?

Interjection. jaja. An exclamation of disappointed, reluctant or exasperated/annoyed agreement.

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