The national anthem of Thailand (Thai: เพลงชาติไทย, romanized: Phleng Chāt Thai, Thai pronunciation: [pʰlēːŋ t͡ɕʰâːt̚ tʰāj]) is a national song representing Thailand, created in 1932. Composed in the same year by Phra Chenduriyang, it originally had no lyrics (words). Later that year, words by Khun Wichitmatra were adopted; two years later, the lyrics were changed by Chan Khamvilai. Then in 1939, when the country's name was changed from "Siam" to "Thailand", the lyrics written by Luang Saranupraphan were made official after winning a competition, and this has since remained the national anthem today.
Negara Thai menyatukan daging dan darah Thai.
Tanah Thai milik orang Thai.
Lama sudah kemerdekaan kita,
Kerana orang Thai telah bersatu selamanya.
Orang Thai cinta damai dan penyayang, tapi bukan pengecut dalam perang.
Kedaulatan kita tak akan pernah terancam,
Kita akan korbankan setiap titisan darah kita demi bangsa kita.
Kita bersedia mati demi kebebasan, keamanan, dan kemakmuran, hore!
The flesh and blood of every Thai united,
This land of Thailand sacred to every Thai!
Their sway since days of yore persisted,
Love and unity heart of every Thai!
Though the Thais love peace, dauntlessly we fight,
Our freedom shan't be taken away.
We'll sacrifice ourselves with every might,
Long live Thailand's glory and victory, hooray!