It was expected that Thailand flights would resume from the end of June, however the latest position is that all commercial flights to Thailand and entry of foreigners are banned until further notice. The Royal Thai Consulate (Hull) remains closed for visitors in person and we are currently unable to provide a Visa service. We hope that it will not be too long before our Visa service returns to normal.

Our site will be updated with news as it develops and we can only apologise for any inconvenience.

Royal Thai Consulate Hull East Yorkshire

How to Find Us

Directions By Car By Train

Royal Thai Consulate
Priory Court, Saxon Way, Priory Park West
Hessle, Kingston upon Hull, East Yorkshire
HU13 9PB, UK
+44 (0)1482 581668

How to Find Us

The Royal Thai Consulate is centrally-placed to serve the whole of the UK, well placed for access by road, close to the Humber Bridge just off the A63 (Clive Sullivan Way) 3 miles west of Hull City Centre.

Main Access Routes:

  • From South: M1 > M18 > M62 > A63
  • From North: A1 > M62 > A63
  • From North West: M6 > M61 > M62 > A63
  • From West: M62 > A63
  • From Midlands: M1 > M18 > M62 > A63
  • From West Midlands: M6 > M56 > M60 > M62 > A63
  • From South East: M11 > A1(M) > M18 > M62 > A63
  • From South West: M5 > M6 > M69 > M1 > M18 > A63

Local Directions

Using Satnav enter Postcode HU13 9PB for the road we are on (Saxon Way, Hessle). Once on Saxon Way, Continue down hill to roundabout. At roundabout continue straight ahead, passing Mercedes dealership and then Volkswagen van centre on left, with Audi car showroom on right. At 200 metres ahead turn left immediately before the Hatfields Jaguar showroom.

The Consulate is then immediately in front of you set back to the left of Hatfields Jaguar Centre. Drive towards our white flagpole with Royal Thai flag flying, veer left then right and use any of the car parking spaces marked RTC. The Royal Thai consulate entrance is opposite the parking spacesi, on the ground floor.


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.

Business & Commercial

Under normal circumstances this office would provide a speedy service for the issue of business visas for Thailand. If you are interested in doing business with Thailand you may find the links below helpful.

Thailand Trade Center Business in Asia – Thailand - UK and Thailand Thailand Ministry of Commerce Thailand Dept of Business Development Thailand Board of Investment Thailand Dept of Employment Thailand Department of Revenue 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

Note The Royal Thai Consulate accepts no responsibility for the content of any 3rd party web links.

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