... President of International Manpower Development Organization (IM Japan) along with the Management Team paid a courtesy
February 2015, Mr. Kyoei Yanagisawa... ... Development Organization (IM Japan) along with the Management Team paid a courtesy visit to H.E. Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag, on the occasion that the Ambassador came to... ... Ambassador asked for IM Japan's corporation to help support trainees that come from Thailand and also discussed on strategies to develop the potentiality of trainees in...
... Minister Counsellor from Office of Educational Affairs and Embassy diplomats joined the opening ceremony of the art exhibition, “On Paper 2013 – Paper & Nature” at... ... Museum, Tokyo. The exhibition was the cooperation between Tama Art University and Thailand’s Silpakorn Univeristy. Mr. Nobuto Fujitani, Tama Art University’s Chairman... ... “On Paper 2013 – Paper & Nature”, Silpakorn University lecturers and students visited Japan during 1-7 June 2013 to help organize workshop and seminar with those...
These types of visas are issued to persons who wish to enter Thailand for the following purposes :
To travel in transit through theThailand.
The person in charge or crew of a conveyance coming to a port,... ... Stay" at least for the period of 1 year.
Non immigrant visa-F
For official purposes.
Non immigrant visa-O
For other purposes, visiting family in Thailand, pension, etc.
A non-immigrant visa is the only type of visa that permits non-residents (other than ...
The Royal Thai Embassy, Tokyo, hereinafter referring to “RTE”, introduces the visa appointment booking online (free of charge) to facilitate the visa application for those who wish to travel to Thailand for a purpose, either for tourism, visiting relatives, business, training, education, retirement or other specific purposes.
All applicants must schedule visa appointments ...
The original stone structure Gothic style building has long captured the attention and ... ... as an important venue for meetings and accommodations for high-ranking officials and visiting dignitaries.
The history of the building dates back to the years before the... ... several occasions throughout the year such as the Birthday of His Majesty the King of Thailand, thus providing the opportunity for the guests to savor its serene setting...
The Thais, most historians believe, began migrating from southern China in the early ... ... first they formed a number of city-states in the northern part of what is present-day Thailand, in places like Chiang Saen, Chiang Rai and Chiang Mai, but these were never... ... social scale were commoners and the slaves.
In the early 16th century, the European visited Ayutthaya, and a Portuguese embassy was established in 1511. Portugal's powerful...