OPEN: Monday to Friday 09.00 to 16.00
CLOSED: Saturdays (except by appointment),
Sundays and Bank Holidays
BY APPOINTMENT: Friday 16:00 to 18:00
and Saturday 09:00 to 12-noon
Royal Thai Consulate
Priory Court, Saxon Way
Priory Park West, Hessle
Kingston upon Hull
East Yorkshire, HU13 9PB, UK
+44 (0) 1482 581668
Fax +44 (0) 1482 628877
The Royal Thai Consulate in Hull was opened in 1922 and was the first consulate for Thailand (then Siam) to be established in the United Kingdom.
The first Consul was Sir James Bell, a ship-owner who traded with Siam. The present Consul, Mr Alan Taylor, was appointed in 1980.
The main roles of the Hull consulate are:
Greg Watkins, Executive Director of the British Chamber of Commerce Thailand (BCCT), will be visiting the region on Monday, 11th April. He will…
We are open Monday to Friday between 09:00 and 16:00
There is no need to make an appointment during these times.
We are also open…
Normal hours: Mon - Fri 09:00 - 16:00
By Appointment: Fri 16:00 - 18:00
and Sat 09:00 - 12-noon
(Appointments must be made by 15:00 day before)
Saturdays (except by appointment), Sundays and:
Visas for Thailand are required in the following circumstances:-
• For tourism purposes only:
A tourist visa is required by all persons wishing to visit Thailand for a stay in excess of 30 days. Persons wishing to enter thailand without a visa can do so for tourist purposes only and they must be in possession of a confirmed international flight ticket to show that they will be exiting thailand within 30 days of entry. Without such evidence it will be necessary to obtain a tourist visa before embarking on their journey to thailand.
• For all purposes other than tourism:
The appropriate visa must be obtained. For information about visas for purposes other than tourism please see the "Visa Application Pack" and "Extra Evidence For Non-Immigrant Visas" downloads below.
All visas must be obtained prior to entering Thailand. For persons travelling from the UK to Thailand, visas can only be obtained from the Royal Thai Embassy or Royal Thai Consulate.
Thailand is a hugely popular tourist destination. Almost one million Britains visit Thailand for tourism purposes each year with nearly half being return visitors. More UK nationals visit Thailand than any other nation within the EU.
Thailand has long been known for the rich diversity of its attractions, but the continuing development of the Kingdom’s tourism means that there are still more waiting to be discovered.
A land of golden temples stunning tropical beaches and forested hills, Thailand is a veritable oasis in an increasingly hectic world. Secure in its devotion to the Buddhist faith and to its beloved King, it merges a centuries-old culture with way of life that preserves its identity and gracious natural hospitality.
For sightseeing and travel, Thailand has few equals. From dazzling temples and palaces to awe-inspiring World Heritage Sites; from timeless rural settlements to vibrant resort towns; from idyllic beaches to national parks where wild nature rules, the choice of where to go and what to see is limitless.
This office provides a speedy service for the issue of business visas for Thailand. Please check our Visas & Downloads page. If you are interested in doing business with Thailand you may find the links below helpful.
Thailand Trade Center Business in Asia – Thailand Gov.uk - UK and Thailand Thailand Ministry of Commerce (select English) Thailand Dept of Business Development Thailand Board of Investment Thailand Dept of Employment Thailand Department of Revenue Thailand Dept of Employment – Work Permits Thailand Dept of Export Promotion Thailand News Thailand Web Directory British Chamber of Commerce - Thailand Thailand Dept of Export Promotion (DEP) UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) British Council in Thailand Thailand Dept of Land – Acquisition, Registration and Valuation Thaivisa Daily News Bulletin
Note The Royal Thai Consulate accepts no responsibility for the content of any 3rd party web links.