... Japan to Thailand. Dr. Ramangkura ensured Japanese investors that the Royal Thai Government was doing its best in preventing another flood and building and improving water management and disaster prevention related infrastructure, while at the same time cooperating with ASEAN countries in establishing and developing regional connectivity. Meanwhile, Mr. Kitayama affirmed that most Japanese firms had decided to continue their business within Thailand despite of the great flood. The reason was that ...
... number of tourists, tourists from Thailand has increased continuously especially that in the Alpine Route between Tateyama-Kurobe. Only between April – July 2013 are there 6,900 Thai tourists visiting Toyama prefecture already, which is about 1.8 times larger than that of the same period’s previous year. The Ambassador hoped that the visa-exemption measure for Thai citizens, which was put into effect from 1 July 2013 onwards, would help increase the number of Thai tourists visiting Toyama prefecture ...
... less than ninety (90) days.
A copy of Work Permit
of the applicant's spouse / the applicant's immediate family member. Such stay permit must be valid for not less than ninety (90) days.
An applicant who wishes to enter to Thailand at the same time of spouse (Non Immigrant B holder), needs to submit
supporting document of spouse : the letter of consideration of work permit “
Form WP 3
” issued by the Department of Employment, Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare of Thailand or an ...
... Arabia, Sri Lanka, Sudan and Yemen cannot request for passport(s) to be returned by mail. The visa's issuance for the above mentioned nationals will take upto 10 working days.
The Embassy may require an interview, please plan your trip with sufficient time for visa processing.
Documents required are as follow:
Valid passport. (valid for no less than 6 months)
Application form duly filled in and signed by the applicant.
Application form can be downloaded here.
Form available on this page can be filled ...
... Agriculture, Food and Fisheries, and the US Ministry of Agriculture have taken special interest in vetiver operations.
Apart from development work for the well-being of his subjects, His Majesty‘s benevolence is also manifested in times of catastrophes. One noted incident was in 1962 when a typhoon struck twelve coastal provinces in Southern Thailand and caused extensive destruction to lives and properties.
His Majesty was the first to promptly take action by making a nationwide ...