The Chilean Embassy in Thailand is close to the Novatel Hotel in Bangkok. There is not public transport close to the embassy however you can get off at the skytrain BTS Asok Station or the BTS Phrom Phong Station or the subway system at the MRT Sukhumvit. You can take a motorbike taxi from there as it is the closest station. The Embassy can assist you with marriage registration, issue a new passport or register a birth or death in Thailand.

Chilean Embassy in Thailand

Firstly if you are looking at visiting Thailand then you can contact the Thai Embassy in Chile for more information before you come to Thailand. The contact details for the Embassy is listed below with a map and contact details. Finally if you want to know more about Chile then see here.

Consular Assistance

Firstly, should you have misplaced your passport. This loss of your Chilean passport will need to be reported to the police. The police in Thailand will give you a criminal case number for this loss. The Chilean Embassy will want the case number to show that you have reported the lost or stolen passport. Finally once you have this you can apply for the new passport and give them the police case number or report.

Finally, if you are getting married in Thailand. The Thai government will need a letter of no-impediment from you. The Chilean Embassy in Bangkok will be able to issue this to you. They will also tell you went to collect it after you have completed the application form. Once you have this letter you will need to have it verified and translated and then certified for the Thai district office. See how to register your marriage in Thailand on this website as well. Lastly you can apply for a marriage visa after this from Thai immigration inside Thailand.

Address: 193/67 Lake Rajada Office Complex,17th Floor, Unit A,
Ratchadapisek, Khlongtoey, Bangkok 10110
Tel: 0 2260 0045-8
Fax: 0 2260 0049
Email: embassychilethai@minrel.gob.cl
Office Hours: 09.00 – 12.30 (Monday – Friday)
13.30 – 16.00
Closed: The Embassy is closed on all local and foreign public holidays