The flag of Thailand, known as the “Thong Trairong” in Thai, features horizontal stripes of red, white, and blue. The red stripe at the top symbolizes the nation and the blood of those who sacrificed themselves for Thailand’s independence and freedom. The white stripe in the middle represents purity and righteousness, as well as the spiritual beliefs of the Thai people. Finally, the blue stripe at the bottom signifies the monarchy. Along with the sense of nationhood and loyalty to the royal family. This tricolor flag has been a symbol of Thailand’s unity, sovereignty, and cultural identity since its adoption in 1917.