The Thailand electronic visa is now accessible in 38 cities


The Royal Thai Embassies and Consulates-General in 38 cities and 23 countries currently offer e-Visa services. This facilitates visa applications for anyone who wish to visit the monarchy.

United Kingdom: London Royal Thai Embassies and General Consulates that offer the e-Visa service are located in:
Athens (Greece); Berlin, Frankfurt, and Munich (Germany); Bern (Switzerland); Brussels (Belgium); Bern (Switzerland); Brussels (Belgium); Bucharest (Romania); Budapest (Hungary); Copenhagen (Denmark); Helsinki (Finland); Lisbon (Portugal); Madrid (Spain); Oslo (Norway); Paris (France); Prague (Czech Republic); Rome (Italy); Stockholm (Swe (Poland)
United States of America: Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, and Washington, D.C.
Ottawa and Vancouver, Canada
China: Beijing, Chengdu, Guangzhou, Hong Kong, Kunming, Nanning, Qingdao, Xiamen, and Xian
The capital of South Korea is Seoul.
The visas that can be applied for include tourist visas, business and investor visas, non-immigrant ED visas (for study), non-immigrant O visas (for visiting friends and family), transit visas, long-stay visas, smart visas, non-immigrant F visas (for government or diplomatic missions), diplomatic visas or official visas, and long-term resident visas.

Applicants can apply and pay for their visa on the e-Visa website; if accepted, their visa will be emailed to them.
Contact +66 (0) 2572-8442 or visit for further information.

Author: annie


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