Thai Baht

Thai Baht is the currency of Thailand. The currency code is THB, and the currency symbol is ฿. It is an extremely popular currency for British tourists and for many foreign exchange companies the third biggest currency sold after the Euro and US Dollar.

The exchange rate has against sterling been on a downward trend but typically hovers between 40 and 44 Baht to the pound, a fluctuation of around 10% over a two year period.

Historic rate up to February 2019

Current banknotes
฿1000, ฿100, ฿50, ฿500, ฿20

Current coins
฿10, 50 satang, ฿1, 25 satang, ฿5, ฿2

Check current THB rates and order.

January 2015 Thai Bhart Rate Roundup

The Thai Bhart has seen a drop in January, which equates to around a 3.4% drop.  Starting at around ฿49/£1 it then dipped in the middle of the month, a slight increase and then drop again to ฿47/£1.

If you are heading to Thailand for some long haul winter sun then order your cash now and still get a great deal.
The prices are low so the slight dip in rates won’t make a noticeable difference.
As of this morning todays best Thai Bhart rate was ฿47.28/£1.