Angsana is a typeface designed for typesetting the Thai language in the Thai script. It is an “old-style serif” design, with obvious contrast between thick and thin strokes and clear, open loops (small circles at the extremes of some letters), which helps prevent the loops from filling in when printed. It is suitable for body text with a traditional look.
Angsana was designed by Unity Progress Corp in 1992. It has two weights, Regular and Bold, with complementary slanted (italic) styles for each. The font includes capitals and lowercase letters for the Latin alphabet, derived from Times New Roman. Angsana New is a newer version of the same typeface, with small adjustments.