|Tribe Type:||Merged tribe|
|Day Formed:||Day 25|
|Tribes Merged:|| Chuay Gahn|
|Lowest Placing Member:||Ken Stafford (8/16)|
|Highest Placing Member:||Brian Heidik (Winner)|
Chuay Jai has no sigil.
The tribe holds the record for having the fewest members among merged tribes in Survivor history, only having eight members following a Fake Merge six days prior. The advent of the merge also marked the extinction of the former Sook Jai tribe, having entered the merge with a 5-3 deficit.
- ► Brian Heidik, a used car salesman from Quartz Hill, California.
- ► Clay Jordan, a restaurant owner from Monroe, Louisiana.
- ► Helen Glover, a Navy swim instructor from Middletown, Rhode Island.
- ► Jake Billingsley, a land broker from McKinney, Texas.
- ► Jan Gentry, a teacher from Tampa, Florida.
- ► Ken Stafford, an NYC police officer from Brooklyn, New York.
- ► Penny Ramsey, a pharmaceutical saleswoman from Plano, Texas.
- ► Ted Rogers, Jr., a software development manager from Durham, North Carolina.
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- With only eight members, Chuay Jai has the fewest members among all merged tribes in Survivor history, meaning it is the only tribe to merge at 8 people.
- Chuay Jai is the only gold colored merged tribe.
- Chuay Jai is the first tribe to combine the starting tribes' names to get their merged tribe name.
- Chuay Jai was the first merged tribe to not produce the first juror, but instead first produced the second juror, Ken Stafford. This was due to the fact there was a Fake Merge.
- The name of Chuay Jai is representative of the results of the game post-merge, as the three former Sook Jai members were eliminated consecutively, leaving only the Chuay Gahn tribe members as the final five.
- This shares the same trait as Aitutonga.
- Chuay Jai is the first merged tribe to not form on Day 20.
- No members of Chuay Jai have returned for a subsequent season.
- Chuay Jai is one of 5 merged tribes to enter the merge with exactly half of the entire cast remaining. The other 4 tribes were Chaboga Mogo, Dabu, Nobag, and Yin Yang.