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
Please check your nationality here for eligibility to apply for a visa at the Royal Thai Consul in Hull
as some nationalities may only apply direct to the Royal Thai Embassy,
Please call us on +44 (0)1482 581668 if in doubt
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Tourist Visa with SINGLE ENTRY is valid for 3 months from date of issue and allows a single stay of up to 60 days. If exiting Thailand before the 60th day all remaining days of that entry are lost. It may be possible to extend the 60-day stay by a further 30 days by visiting a local Thai Immigration Office. The fee for the extension is THB1900.
The validity of this visa is 3 calendar months from date of issue. The expiry date of the visa shows on the visa as the ENTER BEFORE date. For example, if the visa was issued on 01 JAN 2016 (DATE OF ISSUE) the ENTER BEFORE date would be 31 MAR 2016. This means that entry into Thailand must be no later than 30 March 2016. On entering Thailand you will receive a rectangular stamp in your passport stating date of entry and the ADMITTED UNTIL date which will be 60 days after your date of entry. Do not remain in Thailand beyond the ADMITTED UNTIL date; the consequences can be serious. If exiting Thailand before the 60th day all remaining days are lost. The visa ceases to be valid as of the ENTER BEFORE date as shown on the visa and can no longer be used. When you exit Thailand you will receive a triangular stamp in your passport stating date of exiting Thailand.
It is necessary for the applicant or someone nominated by the applicant to visit the Royal Thai Consulate, Hull in person. Our address is Royal Thai Consulate, Priory Court, Saxon Way, Hessle, HU13 9PB.
To apply for the Tourist Visa with SINGLE ENTRY each applicant needs to provide the following:-
At the end of the 60-day stay (or 90-day if you have obtained a 30-day extension) it will be necessary to exit Thailand. If exiting to a neighbouring country and re-entering Thailand by air or overland without a visa as a tourist you should be allowed a stay of either 15 or 30 days according to your nationality. However, this is entirely at the discretion of the Thai Immigration at the time. Please be aware that if entering Thailand by air without a visa you will be allowed a maximum of three 30-day entries within any 12-month rolling period. Also be aware the Royal Thai Embassies and Consulates in neighbouring countries may restrict the number of visas they will grant to nationals of countries other than the country where the Royal Thai Embassy/Consulate is located.
Royal Thai Consulate
Priory Park West
Kingston upon Hull
We are at the western outskirts of Hull, not far from the Humber Bridge.