Domain names can now be registered in Non-English language as well.
An IDN domain name (or “Internationalised Domain Name”) is just like any domain name, except that it can be made up of non-latin character sets, such as Chinese, Japanese and Thai, or use language-specific letters.
Specific country code extensions, wanting to make better use of their local languages, now accept certain characters as part of their Internationalised Domain Names.
In Thai :
This not only represents a great opportunity to register targeted domains with a targeted national identity, but also vastly enriches the pool of excellent available domains.
See the full list of Internationalised Domain Names for more details