... with an aim for the development of seamless connectivity in physical, regulatory, and people aspects. Thailand has also implemented the 20-year national strategy to focus on quality growth without leaving anyone behind through uplifting industrial and service sectors, and preparing skilled workers for Industry 4.0 and Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC). Japanese investors are welcomed to take part in these endeavors.
The Prime Minister underscored Thailand’s political stability and constant economic ...
... that ASEAN Community which is to be established in 2015 is the opportunity for Japan to enhance its benefits from ASEAN market. Such advantages can be foreseen as the region has more than 600 million populations with free movement of commodities and services. In addition, Japanese investment in Thailand will benefit from the latter’s strategic location in the region itself, not to mention its role as a production base and business connectivity to ASEAN market. Among its potential projects is Dawei ...
... will be taking place as usual, although the celebrations may be changed for appropriateness as a mark of respect, or the events may be dedicated to the memory of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej.
• All transport, banks, hospitals and other public services will be operating as usual.
• The related authorities have stepped up safety and security measures for all Thais and visitors to facilitate their travelling around the country.
• For any enquiries, please contact our TAT domestic offices ...
... arts by the Department or Fine Arts of Thailand. The Or Tor Kor Market, which is the biggest food market in Thailand, brings many kinds of Thai fresh fruits to serve in Saga. On the embassy’s part, the mobile consular is organised to provide consular service to Thai citizens and the exhibition on “Thailand 4.0” was displayed to provide details on Thailand's economic policy. Last but not least, Thai food provided by the local Thai community in Saga is also very popular among the visitors.
... Sendai was held between 11-12 June 2016 and was supported by the Royal Thai Embassy in Tokyo, the Tourism Authority of Thailand, Tokyo Office and Miyagi prefecture. In this event, 42 booths exhibited Thai foods, drinks and a variety of products and services. In addition, there were Thai stage performances, which included Thai boxing, Thai classical dance and Japanese and Thai artists such as Nat Sakdathorn and Torn Wanthongchai Intrawat, Champion and the 1st runner up from the 4th year of Academy ...
United States of America
LIST OF COUNTRIES WHICH HAVE CONCLUDED AGREEMENTS ON THE EXEMPTION OF WITH THAILAND
List of Countries which have concluded agreements on the exemption of visa requirements for holders of diplomatic or official or service/special passports with Thailand and permitted to stay for a period of not exceeding 30 and 90 days.
Pakistan (Diplomatic only)
... Fee :
Single entry : 9,000 Yen
Multiple entry : 22,000 Yen
Applicant must apply in person.
The purpose of visit is for business such as meeting with business associates, attending professional or business conventions/conferences and, for performing services in a
pre-arranged professional job.
Non-Japanese applicant holding passports of Bangladesh, Egypt , Iran, Nigeria ,Palestine , Sudan , Yemen,Cameroon ,Congo ,Republic of Congo ,Equatorial Guinea ,Guinea ,Algeria , China ,India ,Lebanon ,Nepal ...
... to perform works in the Kingdom.
Applicant must apply in person.
The purpose of visit is for business such as meeting with business associates, attending professional or business conventions/conferences and, for performing services in a pre-arranged professional job.
Fee for Non-immigrant (B) visa: single entry 9,000 Yen and multiple entry 22,000 Yen.
Non-Japanese applicant holding passports of Bangladesh, Egypt , Iran, Nigeria ,Palestine , Sudan , Yemen,Cameroon ,Congo ...