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About Denmark

Denmark is situated in Northern Europe and is the smallest of the Scandinavian countries. The Faroe Islands and Greenland are part of the Kingdom of Denmark. The latter is over 500 times larger than Denmark but has 100 times less people. Denmark is well known for its strong welfare state, mixed market economy and one of the most egalitarian societies in the world.

Country Facts

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Greenland, the Faroe Islands, and the Arctic

The Faroe Islands and Greenland are part of the Kingdom of Denmark.

Read more about Greenland at Visit Greenland's website and the Faroe Islands on its official country website.

Culture and lifestyle

Denmark is world-known for its focus on sustainability, new Nordic food, bikes, classic furniture design and for being one of the happiest country in the world.

In Denmark people strive to create a better environment for all by developing new and greener ways of living, greener transportation, town planning, industry and more. Along with the sustainable agenda, Denmark is a country with great cultural surplus, because of its wealth and prosperity. Art is often supported by the government and this gives abundant opportunities for artists to develop and express their creativity. But Denmark is also a place where young and untamed culture blossoms in the underground. You find unfinanced graffiti, and street art and cultural festivals based primarily on voluntary work.

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Denmark is a loved destination for tourists from all over the world. Denmark is a mix of rural and urban landscapes with ancient castles and modern designs found throughout.

Copenhagen is Denmark’s capital packed with little cafés, shops, and museums about the nation’s great history. Copenhagen has many great attractions, such as The Little Mermaid, Tivoli Gardens and Nyhavn.

The city is divided into multiple quarters within walking or biking distance, making it possible for visitors to explore all of Copenhagen’s neighborhoods.  
Copenhagen is one of the world’s best bicycle cities and you will find many cycling routes around the city. Swimming, canoeing, and fishing are other outdoor opportunities to enjoy.

The capital has repeatedly been recognized as one of the cities with the best quality of life. It is also considered one of the world's most environmentally friendly cities.

Aarhus, elected the European Capital of Culture in 2017, is Denmark’s second-largest city. The city is known for its many annual cultural events, festivals, and several museums, where you can experience iconic sights such as the ‘Rainbow’ at ARoS, Aarhus Art Museum. It is also possible to travel centuries back in time by visiting the Old Town open-air museum.

Denmark is well known for its many castles, Egeskov Castle being one of them. The castle is placed on the island of Funen, where it is also possible to go back in time and visit the childhood home of Hans Christian Andersen in the city, Odense. 

Click here to get more information about tourism in Denmark at the official Danish tourism agency, VisitDenmark.


More than 100 Danish companies are present in Thailand in a wide range of sectors. Thai-Danish collaboration continues to grow - especially within Danish strongholds:


Energy and sustainability (State of Green)

Food and agriculture (FoodNation Denmark)


Learn more about business opportunities for Danish companies in Thailand through the Trade Council at the Danish Embassy in Bangkok.

Invest in Denmark

Invest in Denmark provides your company with a tailor-made solution for locating your business in Denmark. We measure our success by how well we contribute to yours. So if your company is considering a business or R&D set-up or looking to access one of Europe's most skilled talent pools, then make Invest in Denmark your first stop.

Invest in Denmark is part of the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs and is there to help you start up a business in Denmark.

Find more information here

Denmark in Thailand

In 2021, Denmark and Thailand celebrate 400 years of Thai-Danish relations as the first Danish trading ships reached Siam in 1621.

On the embassy's facebook page you can find stories about the long lasting relationship as well as activities carried out in 2021 as part of the celebrations.

Other useful websites

Visit Denmark

Work in Denmark

Study in Denmark