Australia enjoys a close relationship with Thailand with extensive people-to-people links. Here at Translation Express, we are able to build up a language link for people in both countries through our translation and interpreting service.
We provide NAATI-certified Thai translators and interpreters. They are experienced in the areas of health, law, finance, immigration and education, and possess in-depth knowledge of Thai culture.
Our translators have translated a range of documents for our clients. Some examples are listed below:
- Bank Statement
- Birth Certificate
- Driver’s Licence
- Divorce Certificate
- Household Registration
- ID Card
- Immunisation Record
- Marriage Certificate
- Police Check
- School Report
Our interpreters have attended various legal and financial meetings as well as will-making appointments. They have gained extensive experience and are able to assist our clients in achieveing their desired results.
What are the varieties of Thai?
Thai has four dialects, namely Central Thai, Northern Thai, North-eastern Thai and Southern Thai. Central Thai, the dialect local to the Bangkok region, is recognised as Standard Thai. These dialects are mutually intelligible in most cases.
The written Thai Language was introduced in 1283 which amazingly has undergone little change since then. However, Thai has been borrowing words from languages such as Khmer, Portuguese, certain Chinese dialects, Arabic and English. What’s intriguing is that Thai even has a heavily influenced form of colloquial English which is called “Tinglish”!
Did you know?
Thai, also historically known as Siamese, is the standard spoken and literary language of Thailand. It is amongst the 50 most widely spoken languages worldwide!
Interestingly, even though Thailand has only one standard language, it is actually home to 73 spoken languages, 51 of which are distinct indigenous languages.
Why choose us?
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Experienced, knowledgeable and trustworthy
- More than ten years of experience in the areas of
- finance and commerce
- health care
- social work
- Extensive local knowledge
- live and work in communities
- tertiary-educated in Australia
- engage in continuing professional development
- A panel of NAATI-certified translators and interpreters
- verified and approved by local authorities
- strictly follow the Code of Ethics
- A team of professional and experienced project coordinators
- take the time to listen to and fully understand you
- deliver service on budget and time
- value your feedback and respond promptly
Need an interpreter for an appointment?
Please complete our online booking form or email the details of your request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For urgent requests, please contact our head office at (07) 3172 5327.