Note: This information was last updated on Nov.15, 2000. See the embassy website for confirmation: http://www.chinaembassy.or.th/eng/
You may submit the application to the Visa Office of the Embassy or Consulate-General which holds consular jurisdiction over the state where you live in. If you cannot go in person, you may entrust someone else or a travel/visa agent to transact your application affairs. No appointment is required. Mailed applications are not acceptable and will be returned.
Schedule of visa fees ( unit: THB)
|Visa Types||Thai Citizens||American Citizens||Citizens of Other Countries|
|Single-Entry Visa||THB 1,000||THB 4560||THB 1,100|
|Double-Entry Visa||THB 2,000||THB 4560||THB 1,650|
|Multi-Entry Visa with 6-month Validity||THB 3,000||THB 4560||THB 2,200|
|Multi-Entry Visa with 12-month Validity||THB 4,500||THB 4560||THB 3,300|
Note: Rush service is available but extra fees will be charged. One working day processing will charge extra fees of 12,000 THB. 2-3 working days processing will charge extra fees of 800THB.
The regular processing day is 4 working days. Besides, the embassy also provides one working day processing and the 2–3 working days processing service, but additional fees will be charged.
You should go to the visa office of embassy in person to pick up your visa on the pick-up date specified in the receipt. The receipt must be presented.
You need to choose the Visa Office of the Embassy or Consulate-General which holds consular jurisdiction over the districts where you live. See figure below. Addresses, etc. follow the office hours info.
The embassy visa section office hours: 9:00am–11:30pm, Monday to Friday (except public holidays).
The embassy will be closed on Saturday, Sunday and public holidays, including New Year’s Day, Chinese Spring Festival, Makha Bucha Day, Tomb-sweeping Day, Chakri Memorial Day, Songkran Festival Day, Labor Day, Coronation Day, Coronation Day, Royal Ploughing Ceremony Day, Visakha Bucha Day, Dragon Boat Festival, Asarnha Bucha Day, Asarnha Bucha Day, Buddhist Lent Day, H.M. The Queen's Birthday, Mid-autumn Festival, China National Day, Chulalongkorn Memorial Day, H.M. The King's Birthday, Constitution Day, and New Year's Eve.