Thai Thai is a 5-reel slot machine from Paddy Power inspired by Thailand and filled with caracteristic Thai symbols, such as adorned elephants, lotus flowers and fans featuring the image of a powerful tiger. The alluring music is a perfect choice for this theme.
When you start the game, you will be greeted by a beautiful Thai lady in traditional silk attire. The environment is filled with pagodas against a backdrop of gently blushing sky and lush tropical greenery.
Thai Thai is a five reel slot with three visible symbols per reel. This slot machine is only available in the online casino Paddy Power. There is a total of 10 paylines. The smallest wager is £0.10 and the largest £1,000.
Winning at Thai Thai
Among the high-paying symbols we find the face of a Thai woman, the jewelled necklace, and the adorned elephant.
The face of the Thai woman is a powerful symbol in this game, because it can substitute for any other regular symbol to help you form a winning combination.
Free spins round
If you get a lotus flower on the first, third and fifth reel at the same time you will be awarded with free spins.
A wild symbol on the third reel may give you a re-spin bonus, which gives you a new chance to win on the same wager.
In practise mode, you can play this game for free, using play-money. It is a great way to learn how the game works and see if you like it, without risking any real money. You can also experiment with various betting strategies and see how they impact your bottom line.
To find out exactly what the winning combinations are and what they pay, open the paytable for Thai Thai. When the game is open, click on the button Pays below the reels (on the left-hand side). Once you have clicked this button, the paytable will open and show you. When you want to return to the game, simply click on the central Play button.
Did you know….
- Thailand, formerly known as Siam, is a tropical country located on the Indochine peninsula in south-east Asia.
- Thailand has coasts along both the Andaman Sea in the west and the Gulf of Thailand to the east.
- The leading sectors of the Thai economy are manufacturing, agriculture and tourism.
- Nearly 70 million people live in Thailand and vast majority of them are Buddhists.
- The elephant is Thailand’s national symbol.