|Thailand at the|
|NOC||National Olympic Committee of Thailand|
|Asian Games appearances (overview)|
Thailand has competed at every celebration of the Asian Games , including hosting the Games in 1966, 1970, 1978 and 1998. Thai athletes have won a total of 109 gold medals (7th out of 37) and 463 overall medals (5th out of 43) at the Asian Games.
|New Delhi 1951||0||0||0||0||−|
|New Delhi 1982||1||5||4||10||12|
|Hangzhou 2022||Future event|
|Nagoya 2026||Future event|
|Doha 2030||Future event|
|Riyadh 2034||Future event|
|Sapporo 1986||Did not participate|
|Gangwon 1999||Did not participate|
|TBA 2021||Future event|
|Asian Indoor Games|
|Asian Martial Arts Games|
|Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games|
|Bangkok−Chonburi 2021||Future event|
|Dragon and lion dance||0||0||2||2|
|Short course swimming||10||14||25||49|
|Sanya 2020||Future event|
|Beach flag football||1||0||0||1|
|Beach sepak takraw||19||1||0||20|
|Surabaya 2021||Future event|
|Southeast Asian Peninsular Games|
|Kuala Lumpur 1965||38||33||35||106||1|
|Kuala Lumpur 1971||44||27||38||109||1|
|Southeast Asian Games|
|Kuala Lumpur 1977||37||35||33||105||2|
|Kuala Lumpur 1989||62||63||66||191||3|
|Chiang Mai 1995||157||98||91||346||1|
|Bandar Seri Begawan 1999||65||48||56||169||1|
|Kuala Lumpur 2001||103||86||89||278||2|
|Hanoi−Ho Chi Minh City 2003||90||93||98||281||2|
|Nakhon Ratchasima 2007||183||123||103||409||1|
|Kuala Lumpur 2017||72||86||88||246||2|
|Manila 2019||Future event|
|Hanoi 2021||Future event|
|Phnom Penh 2023||Future event|
|TBA 2025||Future event|
|Chiang Mai 1981||−||−||−||−||−|
|Shah Alam 1993||−||−||−||−||−|
|Bandar Seri Begawan 1996||−||−||−||−||−|
|Kuala Lumpur 2008||31||29||59||119||3|
|Chiang Mai 2010||58||61||50||169||1|
|Naypyidaw 2018||Future event|
|Kuala Lumpur 2010||32||37||33||102||2|
|Bandar Seri Begawan 2015||13||31||26||70||3|
|Chiang Mai 2016||56||36||33||125||1|
|Kuala Lumpur 2018||Future event|
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