This is the Myanmar Embassy in Thailand. If you are a Burmese national in Thailand and need help then you can contact the Burmese Embassy in Bangkok for assistance. If you are wanting to visit Burma then you will need a visa to enter the country. You can apply for a visa in Bangkok at the Embassy. Note that the Embassy is near the BTS Chong Nonsi Station in the Bang Rak district.

Myanmar Embassy in Thailand

The Embassy is near the St Louis Hospital. Always email the Embassy or call them if you are not certain which documents to bring so you do not need to return with more documents. See the map and telephone and contact details below with their street address in Bangkok. The Embassy is across the road from the British Embassy in Bangkok. The closest BTS is the BTS Saint Louis Station which is across the road from the Embassy.

Myanmar Embassy in Thailand map

Firstly if you wish to visit Myanmar then the visa costs are as follow. Note that you can apply online for this. Finally, those who wish to do business, you will note that business visa cost is a bit more. Other Asian Embassies include the Bruneian Embassy in Thailand as well as Myanmar Embassy in Thailand and then the Japanese Embassy in Bangkok as well as the Chinese Embassy in Thailand.

No. Visa Type Fees Duration Online/Embassy
1 Tourist Visa (Online) US$ 50.00 28 days Online
2 Tourist Visa Express (Online) US$ 56.00 28 days Online
3 Business Visa (Online) US$ 70.00 70 days Online

Myanmar Embassy in Thailand office hours

Address: 132, Sathon Nua Rd., Suriyawong, Bang Rak, Bangkok 10500 Thailand
Tel: +66 (0) 2234 0230 +66 (0) 2233 2237 +66 (0) 2233 7250 +66 (0) 2234 4698
Fax: +66 (0) 2236 6898
Email: myanmarembassybkk@gmail.com
Office Hours: 09:00 to 16:30
Closed: The Embassy is closed on all local and foreign public holidays

There are a number of thai immigration offices in the country. These include but not limited to Thai immigration in Satun as well as Thai immigration in Ranong as well as immigration in Nakhon Si Thammarat. Search this website for more information on living in Thailand. Burmese are located mainly in Bangkok, but also around the country.

 

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