Firstly if you need a visa for Vietnam then you can ask at the Vietnamese Embassy in Bangkok for assistance. Many teachers in Thailand who move to Vietnam apply for the initial visa at the Embassy. You can also obtain assistance from the Embassy as a Vietnamese national in Thailand. Finally note the map to the Embassy and their telephone number, street address and other contact numbers.
Vietnamese Embassy in Thailand
Firstly the Embassy is located not far for the Aetas Hotel and Novotel Hotel in Bangkok a walk from the BTS Ratchadamri Station in Bangkok. It is also not far from the US Embassy in Bangkok Thailand. See the Google map below to see where the Vietnamese Embassy is located in Bangkok. Finally you can walk to the Embassy from Phloen Chit station as it is only a 10 minute walk from the station.
If you lost your Vietnamese passport then you must go to the police to report the loss. Thai police will then provide you with a case number for their investigation. Normally they will give this on a police card. When you make an appointment to apply for a new passport, you will then have to also hand in the police card with the case number. You can then apply for a new passport. If it is urgent then the Embassy can then issue you with an emergency travel document.
|Address:||83, 1 Wireless Rd, Lumphini, Pathum Wan, Bangkok 10330|
|Office Hours:||Monday – Friday (9.00 – 11.30 14.00 – 17.00)|
|Closed:||The Embassy is closed on all local and foreign public holidays|
Firstly you will note that if you are getting married. You will need a letter – freedom to marry from the Vietnamese Embassy in Bangkok. They will tell you when to collect the letter. See here how to complete the marriage registration in Thailand. You can then also apply for a marriage visa for Thailand once you are married.
Firstly you will note that the Embassy of Vietnam is located close to the Polish Embassy in Bangkok as well as the Bulgarian Embassy in Bangkok as well. There are many Embassies in the area about the Vietnamese one. Finally this also includes the Mongolian Embassy in Bangkok.