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Other embassies and consulates in Kuala Lumpur

Thai flag Embassy of Thailand in Kuala Lumpur

Address206 Jalan Ampang
50450 Kuala Lumpur
Malaysia
Phonelocal: (03) 2148.8222
international: +60.3.2148.8222
Visas & Consularlocal: (03) 2148.6573
international: +60.3.2148.6573
Faxlocal: (03) 2148.6527
international: +60.3.2148.6527
Emailthaikula@mfa.go.th
Web sitehttp://www.thaiembassy.org/kualalumpur
HoursOffice Hours :Monday - Friday 09.00-13.00 hrs. and 14.00-17.00 hrs.
Visa and Consular section : 09.30 - 13.00 hrs.

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che
Wed, 17 Jun 2015 11:35 EDT
visa
im working here at malaysia and im planning to have a holiday at thailand..do i need to get visa?..thank you..
Hanz
Mon, 8 Jun 2015 23:38 EDT
Background color of a photo for visa
Dear sir,

Just call the Thai Embassy but she couldnt understand much. I'm confused whether the color of the background of the photo for visa application should be white or blue? Please advice.

Tq.
muhammod jahed
Fri, 29 May 2015 12:32 EDT
visiting for tailand
i am jahed, my country bangladesh, i stady at linglone univarsity, maloysia, my fevarite country tailand, i want to visit tailand.
Me demetri
Mon, 27 Apr 2015 05:53 EDT
They need to update there website because it's telling people you can get this visa if you bring all the right paper work buy they are not telling you that you have to be Malaysian or African etc .it takes time planning and money to visit this place and if there website is not guiding the people in the right direction what is that all about.
Mr dexter
Mon, 27 Apr 2015 05:42 EDT
I went to this office today I have been here before to get my non o multiple in year visa but this time they said Must go to uk a and get it because they don't give this visa to westerners anymore only Malaysians I said I don't understand I had all the right paper work and then the one woman was rude to me and they let me have a single entry non o because I wasn't Malaysian ,work that one out sounds rasist to me unbelievable .
Mr karuna.G
Tue, 14 Apr 2015 04:27 EDT
Bakers yeast.
I am a British Citizen
I am a cooking enthusiast.
Am I allowed to take 200g of dry bakers yeast in 20g individual packets to Thailand.

Please advice.
Thank you.
Samir
Sat, 31 Jan 2015 03:46 EST
Violation of passport rules
This is to state that one company Thai Odyssey has given appointments to lot of Thai therapists for their spa in Kualalumpur and they violate the international policy of keeping the passport of the Thai therapists workers under their custody. Though the therapists have valid work permit they are not able to move out even on off days to purchase daily needs. several time the Malaysian police ask their passport and they are not able to show the passport and work permit as the same is under custody of Thai Odyssey. Some of my close friends are working for the company and they were caught by the police and had to pay some amount for their release.
As per the international passport lay any company or individual cant have the custody of any individuals passport for any reason.
I expect the Thai embassy/ the High commission to inter-vain in this matter and direct the company(Thai Odyssey)to give back the passport to the respective employees the haired.
Kevan Thompson
Sat, 22 Nov 2014 00:27 EST
28th November,2014
To whom it concerns, will the visa section of the Thaiand Embassy be open on the above date.Iwould like to submit my non b the 27th am and book out of my hotel straight after collecting my visa (if approved )on the 28th.
Thanking you in advance.
Kevan Thompson
AjarnTony
Thu, 9 Oct 2014 04:45 EDT
Inquiry about change of visa from ED to Non-B by a holder of Nigerian passport residing in Thailand.
I am a Nigerian who came to Thailand to study for both Bachelor and master's degree. I have just got a teaching job after a successful completion of both Bachelor in English and International Business and masters in Diplomacy and International Studies and would like to change my visa from ED visa to Non-B to enable me work legally in the Kingdom. I have all the paper work from my employer and my school. When I contacted the Thai consulate in Penang, I was told I cannot apply for visa there and was referred to the embassy rather.
But since then all efforts to contact the consular section via phone has been abortive as no one has received my calls - a complete frustration indeed!.
I wonder if I could get this done in the Thai Embassy in Kuala Lumpur as advised.
I really would be glad to hear from you to enable me make an informed decision on this issue.
Even a simple Yes/No answer would do rather than ignoring me.
E-mail: tony.idis.ru@gmail.com
Tel: +66868101208
Ajarn. Tony
Thu, 9 Oct 2014 04:35 EDT
Inquiry about Change of Visa from ED to Non-B by a Nigerian residing in Thailand.
I am a Nigerian who came to Thailand to study for both Bachelor and mastwer's degree. I have just got a teaching job after my masters and would like to change my visa from ED visa to Non-B to enable me work legally in the Kingdom. I have all the paper work from my employer and my school. When I contacted the Thai consulate in Penang I was told I cannot apply for visa there and was referred to the embassy rather.
But since then all efforts to contact the consular section via phone has been abortive as no one has received my calls - a complete frustration indeed!.
I wonder if I could get this done in the Thai Embassy in Kuala Lumpur as advised.
I really would be glad to hear from you to enable me make an informed decision on this issue.

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