The consular Section now resumes its Visa Appointment Booking Online (VABO) service to the public. Visa applicant can book a visa appointment online starting from 13 May 2013 onwards.
The consular Section now resumes its Visa Appointment Booking Online (VABO) service to the public. Visa applicant can book a visa appointment online starting from ...
... to 30 days in advance.
VABO does not imply that the visa application is accepted. It is developed to facilitate the visa application process and avoid long queue at the Visa Section.
From 1 November 2012, the Royal Thai Embassy will start accepting VABO. To schedule your visa appointment, please visit
and select Visa Appointment Booking Online (VABO).
**Applicants holding diplomatic and official passports are not required to schedule online booking and may directly contact visa application counters ...
... appointment will be allowed at the counter, nor by e-mail, fax or telephone.
Each applicant, is treated as an individual application and require a separate appointment even though travelling as a group or family.
Applicants must read How to schedule your Visa Appointment Booking Online (VABO)? before using this service.
When you fill in the applicant’s name in the form for online visa appointment booking, the name must match exactly the name in your passport. If the name on the appointment schedule does not match the name in your ...
must be made.
Please check spellings and the information required.
After filling in all fields, click
Print the VABO confirmation receipt. Confirmation receipt will be sent to e-mail addressed you have provided.
Present the VABO confirmation receipt at the Visa Section on the date and the timeslot of your appointment.
If you cannot print the VABO confirmation slip, please submit a copy of your passport on the date and timeslot of your appointment.
Please arrive at the Visa Section at the timeslot you have ...