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The Gulf of Thailand, formerly the Gulf of Siam, inlet to the South China Sea on the border with Thailand (southwest to north), Cambodia and South Vietnam (northeast). ssspan class="mw-headline" id="Names">Names[edit] Ao Thai (Thai : ????

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Ao Sayam ( Thai: ???????? ) is the historical name of the golf in Thai. In general, it is associated with the Great Golf (Latin: Magnus Sinus), known to Greek, Latin, Arabic, Persian and Renaissance map makers, before the arrival of Portugese discoverers took the ghost dragontail island away from Europe's map of the sixteenth centuary.

Thailand's Bay borders Cambodia, Thailand and Vietnam. Bangkok Bay at the estuary of the Chao Phraya River is the north tip of theulf. A line from Cape Bai Bung in southwietnam (south of the estuary of the Mekong River) to the town of Kota Bharu on the Malaysia coastline defines the southerly border of theulf.

Golf is relatively shallow: its mean deep is 58 meters (190 ft) and its max deep is only 85 meters (279 ft). This makes the flow of fresh air slower, and the large amount of incoming river waters reduces the salt content in the bay (3.05-3.25 percent) and accumulates sediment.

It is only at greater depths from the South China Sea that waters with a higher salt content (3.4 percent) enter the Bay. Major emptying streams into the bay are the Chao Phraya, which includes its distributive Tha Chin River, Mae Klong and Bang Pakong on Bangkok Bay, and, to a smaller extent, the Tapi River, which flows into Bandon Bay in the southwestern part of the bay.

Seafloor mortality in the deep centre of the bay is characterized by the existence of long hills and burrs running along the axes of the pool. These morphologies, which are common in the waters of more than 50 metres deep in the bay, cover an area of ten thousand sq km.

Among the bigger isles in the Golf are: There are many visitors attracted by the warm waters. Several of the most important tourism attractions in the Thai Golf are the Ko Samui and Ko Pha Ngan Isles in Surat Thani Province, Pattaya in Chonburi Province, Cha-am in Phetchaburi Province, Hua Hin in Prachuap Khiri Khan Province and Ko Samet in Rayong Province.

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