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Address129 South Sathorn Road
Bangkok 10120
Phonelocal: (02) 286.2111
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Faxlocal: 286.6966
international: +66+2.286.6966
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HoursMon - Fri
9.00 am to 12.00 pm
1.00 pm to 5.00 pm
Sat & Sun - Closed

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Adyar Safari
Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:17 EST
Mohon bantuan modal dan pendidikan anak-anak.
Bank BNI : 0282 3226 40
An. Adyar Safari
Terima kasih Ambasador
Wed, 26 Oct 2016 12:03 EDT
askinng too much requirement"
I' indian nationality working in Thailand me and my fiance wanted to visit singapore for 3 days. When we went to check the requirement OMG they are even more than USA as one person said they were asking how.much money I have in fact I also have return ticket and hotel booking and they wanted to see my cash and card. I think the embassy has to do something about this. This Is.not fair and not showing respect to humanity.
Fri, 5 Jun 2015 10:18 EDT
not happy ith my own embassy
I am a Singapore citizen I have a small problem needed the embassy,s help but was turn down so what is the used of having an embassy when they cannot help their very own people only the underhand staff comes to interview you and say sorry we cannot help
I For not know if the Singapore ambasdor knows of this
Why I don't understand
Please Singapore embassy take care of you own people,s problem if they need help never say no to you own people
Thank you
yousaf gill
Mon, 30 Jun 2014 13:29 EDT
i want visa for singapore
Teng Wah Tan
Thu, 12 Jun 2014 00:31 EDT
Telephone answering machine repeatedly going on and on with no answer.
I have been trying to contact The Singapore Thai Embassy in Bangkok for the past 3 days, I call phone no.02-2862111 and 02-2861434 the number of calls are all in my cell phone which I can show as proof. I think there must be something wrong with your phone answering machine or the officer in charge simply ingnore all outside calls.As a Singapore citizen I am very disappointed with the service and would like to go up to Bangkok personelly to find out what is going on in The Embassy and whether the officer is working or not.
Laddavan Charoensuk
Sun, 18 May 2014 20:43 EDT
Please stop to let Taksin stay in your country
To whom may concern
All Thai nation begging you. Please! get Thaksin shinawatra out of your country and don't allow him to use your country as a base to dictate his group of people to destroy Thailand destroy Thai economy destroy ethics and destroy Thai culture. He is a master of criminal, corruption he is bad sample to new generation. I attach the link please check.

Laddavan Charoensuk Lutz
9 ชม. · Bangkok · แก้ไขแล้ว ·
ขอเรียกร้องให้รัฐบาลประเทศสิงคโปร์ ยุติการอนุญาตให้อดีตนายกทักษิณ ชินวัตรใช้ประเทศสิงคโปร์เป็นแหล่งพักพิงและใช้เป็นฐานบัญชาการบ่อนทำลายประเทศไทย ช่วยกันแชร์ให้ถึงสถานฑูตสิงคโปร์ด้วยค่ะ


Patumtip Wongphayabal
8 ชม. ·
Please Singapore,your country is well respected as clean,non corruption,wisdom country. To let prisoner Taksin,corruption master, stay in your territory planning to destroy Thai people and Thai nation is contrast to Singapore reputation. Do not only appreciate his fortune but keep in mind your national ethic.
Tue, 25 Mar 2014 18:46 EDT
To zhi wei
In case of emergency, contact the Singapore Embassy duty officer via mobile at 081 844 3580.
i am zhi wei
Fri, 21 Mar 2014 15:13 EDT
i had been rob in bangkok
i am been rob in bangkok and i lost my bag , money , and handphone.. i now dont have any money to go back to singapore.. and i dont have any family in singapore also..what should i do now?? some more singapore embassy is close on saturday and sunday so what should i do for asking help now?? can some one teach me what should i do?? i am so scare now..
i am zhi wei
Fri, 21 Mar 2014 15:05 EDT
i had been rob in bangkok
i am so pool things now and i lost everythings now..i don't have any money , phone and my bag... but i am going to singapore embassy in bangkok hope they can help me for sending me back to singapore.. and i am very scare now i don't have any place to stay or anything to eat.. and now the bad news is singapore embassy is close on saturday and sunday..haiz haiz haiz.. what should i do now??? can someone pls teach me what should i do now??
Goh Lai Huat
Thu, 7 Nov 2013 00:48 EST
Fined for over-stayed in Hatyai, Southern Thailand
I am a Singaporean who was in HatYai, Southern Thailand with a visa expiring 28 October 2013. I was hospitalized in HatYai Hospital as from 26 to 30 October 2013 due to a swollen leg and extremely low blood counts. On my discharge on 30 October 2013, I was given a medical leave for another 10 days till 10 November 2013 for not being able to perform any duties or work for that period as my blood counts was still very low and the leg are still swollen.
On 2nd November, when my conditions improved slightly, I took a bus to return to Singapore. While at the Hatyai Immigration check point, I was called into the immigration office which I was fined for over-staying for 5 days as from 28/10/13 to 02/11/13 (500 bahts per day). I had explained that I was hospitalized in HatYai but the officer said that I need to extend my visa in HatYai when it expired. How can a person extend his or her visa which expire during her stay INSIDE THE HOSPITAL?
The fine imposed on me for over-staying was unfair and unreasonable. I wondered how many tourists had encounter the above same problems with me?
I hope any relevant department or authority would look into my case. As I felt I am unreasonably fined for that “non-intending over stay”, I would like to had my 2,500 bahts (compounded fine) be return to me. (Fine Receipt: Book no. 4151 – no.077)

182 Rattakarn Rd, Hatyai Songkhla Thailand 90110
Medical Certificate: 2177 – no.16

Goh Lai Huat
Passport no. E3774115K

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