Thailand: Project Results and Case Studies

Read project results and case studies related to Thailand.

Latest Results

  • December 2014

    Ancient Trade Route Delivers New Opportunities to Greater Mekong Subregion

    A modern highway and bridge connecting three countries in the Greater Mekong Subregion are reviving an ancient trade route and bringing new life to local communities.
  • March 2014

    Two Thai Women and a Passion for Organic Food

    With ADB support, organic farming in Thailand is helping revive smallholder farming, providing better returns for family businesses, countryside employment, and healthy food to city dwellers, and protecting the environment from pollutants.
  • June 2012

    In Thailand, One of the World's Largest Solar Energy Farms

    In Thailand, one of the world's largest solar farms is not only relieving the Kingdom of its reliance on imported fossil fuels but also benefiting the communities in its neighborhood through increased labor and education opportunities.
  • July 2011

    Cambodia Highways and Economic Development

    Cambodia's new Southern Economic Corridor (SEC), covering 21 provinces of Cambodia, will stimulate greater economic growth for the impoverished country, and drive growth in the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS). But Cambodia is facing major constraints in transforming the corridor into an engine for national economic growth.
  • March 2008

    New Highway Revives Old Tea Horse Road

    More than 1,200 years ago, during the Tang Dynasty, merchants in Pu'er - a village nestled in the hills of Yunnan - began forging trade routes to carry the region's unique, aromatic tea to the far corners of Asia. Several major "Tea Horse Roads", named for the horses used to carry the tea, spanned out from Pu'er. One road headed north through Kunming and Beijing, while another headed south through what is today the Lao People's Democratic Republic (Lao PDR) and Thailand.