The Romanian Embassy in Bangkok is easy to find as it is very close to the Embassy of Benin. You will note that office hours as well as the contact numbers for the Romanian Embassy in Thailand. Always call first before you go to the Embassy. The email address as well as the telephone number and location is listed below. All of this with Google maps to make it easier. The Embassy can be reached by taxi or mass transit.
Romanian Embassy in Bangkok
If as a Romanian in Bangkok you need legalizations you will need to make an appointment via the email system. You can now send your email requesting an appointment at Bangkok.Consul@mae.ro. It is always best to call or email if you are not sure what documents may be needed. What it will cost or how long it will take to complete.
Firstly, if you lost your passport while in Thailand, then report the loss to the police so that they can issue you with a case number. Secondly, take this case number to the Embassy so you can apply for a new passport. Finally, they are not going to allow you to apply for a new passport if the older has been lost or stolen and not reported to Thai police. There is also the Swiss Embassy in Thailand as well as the Romanian Embassy in Bangkok and then the Embassy of Finland, Portuguese Embassy and the Norwegian Embassy in Thailand.
|Address:||3388/41 Sirinrat Office Building, 12th Floor
Rama IV Road, Khlong Toei, Bangkok 10110
|Tel:||+66 (0) 2 249 2998 (consular section)
+66 (0) 2 240 2522 (this number is NOT for consular information)
|Fax:||+66 (0) 2 2402550|
|Office Hours:||(Monday – Friday) 09.00 – 12.30; 14.00 – 16.30|
|Closed:||The Embassy is closed on all local and foreign public holidays|
Finally, only for crisis situations and cases of Romanian citizens that need emergency assistance: +66 86 363 9118 (international) or 086 363 9118 (local). If you wish to apply for a visa for Romania then you have to do this online. This can be done as shown here – You can apply for a Romanian visa in Thailand here: http://evisa.mae.ro/home