Nepalese Embassy in Thailand

The Nepalese Embassy in Thailand is located in Bangkok and is there to assist their nationals while in Thailand. They will also assist you with a visa if you wish to visit Nepal and you can contact them for more information. We have added a map to the bottom of the page with all their contact details such as their telephone number, email address and also their street address in Bangkok Thailand.

Nepalese Embassy in Thailand

Note that the Embassy is close to the Bangkok Adventist School in Bangkok and Q Bar is not that far from the Embassy either. The Phra Khanong station is down the road but its a 30 minute walk. If you want to save money then take the train to the BTS station and then a taxi up the road to the Embassy of Nepal in Soi 27.

Nepalese Embassy in Thailand

Consular Assistance

If you are going to apply for a visa for Nepal then there are three options. There is a 15 day (1,000 THB) , 30 day (1,650 THB) and a 90 day (4,150 THB) multiple entry visa. You will need to provide your original passport with minimum 6 months’ validity as well as the visa fees. The application is done online. See the link below to the government website.

If you are Nepalese then the passport application requires, the original and photocopy of citizenship certificate, original passport photocopy as well as two copies of duly filled passport form  (Print in Actual size) as well as two copies per photo (35 mm * 45 mm) and the bank voucher deposited in the bank account of the specified revenue or Embassy fee.

Address: 4/1, Soi 27, Sukhumvit 71 Road, Klong Ton, Watthana, Bangkok, Thailand
Tel: +662 3902280, 02 3917240
Fax: +662 3812406
Email: (for passport and attestation related services) (for visa related enquiries) (for consular service related services) (for general enquiry)
Office Hours: Office Hours: 09:00 to 17:00 (Monday to Friday)

Consular Hours: 09:00 to 17:00 (Monday to Friday)

Visa Hours: 

Documents Submission: 09:00 to 12:00 (Monday to Friday)

Passport Collection: 14:30 to 16:30 (Monday to Friday)

Closed: The Embassy is closed on all local and foreign public holidays

If you live in Thailand then there are many immigration offices in Thailand. These can be Thai immigration in Samut Sakhon as well as Thai immigration in Phuket. See the rest of the website for more information.


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