Despite the Thai government’s ban on gambling, one in four Thais plays the Thai lottery on a regular basis. In fact, the Thai lottery is one of the two legal forms of gambling in the country. The Thai government has also set up a legal framework to regulate the lottery and determine how much of ticket sales will be used to fund national causes.

The Thai lottery is regulated by the Government Lottery Office (GLO), which organizes the official national lottery of Thailand. The lottery office distributes over four thousand million baht a year to the Thai government treasury. This money is used to support civil services and welfare. The lottery office also distributes eight million baht a year to various charities.

นกตาทิพย์ นกตาทิพย์ are available in two categories. There is the Thai Government Lottery (TGL) ticket and the Thai Charity Lottery (TCL) ticket. The TGL ticket has a first prize of six million baht and a bonus prize of 30 million baht. The Thai Charity Lottery ticket has a first prize of three million baht and a bonus prize of 22 million baht.

To play the lottery, you must purchase a ticket from a registered vendor. There are more than three thousand lottery ticket vendors in the country, ranging from small street vendors to large corporations. Each ticket costs around 80 baht. You must be at least 20 years old to purchase a ticket.

The Thai government has been regulating lottery playing since 1933. In that year, the Revenue Department was given the authority to run the Siamese Government Lottery. It was set up to raise money for medication and education.