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Malaysia and Thailand usually co-operate in areas such as trade and investment, security and defence, education and vocational training, youth and sports, tourism, connectivity and socio-economic development in border areas.
The Indonesia–Malaysia–Thailand Growth Triangle (IMT-GT) started as an early attempt at economic liberalisation & integration in ASEAN. It was formally endorsed by Indonesia ’s President Suharto, Malaysia ’s Prime Minister Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohammad and Thailand ’s Prime Minister Chuan Leekpai in 1993. 
Padang Besa or Padang Besar ( Thai: ปาดังเบซาร์) is a border town on the Malaysia-Thailand border in the Sadao District, Songkhla Province, Thailand. Since 2004 the municipality has had town status ( thesaban mueang) and covers parts of the sub-district ( tambon) Padang Besa. In 2007 it had a population of 13,748.
List of ambassadors of Malaysia to Thailand - Wikipedia List of ambassadors of Malaysia to Thailand The Ambassador of Malaysia to the Kingdom of Thailand is the head of Malaysia's diplomatic mission to Thailand. The position has the rank and status of an Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary and is based in the Embassy of Malaysia, Bangkok .
The Malaysia–Thailand border divides the countries of Malaysia and Thailand and consists of a land boundary running for 595 km (370 mi) across the Malay Peninsula and maritime boundaries in the Straits of Malacca and the Gulf of Thailand / South China Sea. The Golok River forms the easternmost 95 km stretch of the land border.
Bukit Kayu Hitam is the northern end of the North–South Expressway and Malaysia Federal Route 1 which runs the entire length of Peninsula Malaysia from Johor Bahru, Johor in the south where the border crossing to Singapore is located. The road is connected to Thailand's Route 4 or Phetkasem Road which goes all the way to Bangkok .
The small town of Danok ( Thai: ด่านนอก, RTGS : dan nok ), 13 km south of Sadao town in tambon Samnak Kham is the major border crossing between Thailand and Malaysia. The immigration, customs, quarantine and security checkpoint on the Malaysian side is called the Bukit Kayu Hitam ICQS checkpoint.
Thailand is home to the third largest ethnic Malay population after Malaysia and Indonesia and most Malays are concentrated in the Southern provinces of Narathiwat, Pattani, Yala, Songkhla and Satun. Phuket   and Ranong,  home to a sizeable Muslim population, also have many people who are of Malay descent.