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Singapore and Thailand share close historical ties dating back to the 13th century when Singapore and Siam were important nodes for international trade. His Majesty King Chulalongkorn made his first overseas visit as King to Singapore in 1871, and His Majesty had wisely said: “As Thailand and Singapore are neighbours, it would be advantageous if our countries are friends with each other.” Royal visits to Singapore continued under the reigns of His Majesty King Vajiravudh and His Majesty King Prajadhipok. His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej and Her Majesty Queen Sirikit continued this strong friendship and visited Singapore in 1950, 1951 and 1962. Over the years, Singapore and Thailand have built strong ties based on shared interests. Singapore and Thailand enjoy a warm and multi-faceted bilateral relationship. The close bilateral ties are reflected in exchanges at the highest political level, good cooperation among a wide range of agencies, and a high volume of people-to-people exchanges. Both countries cooperate closely bilaterally, as well as within ASEAN and in international fora. Economic links between Singapore and Thailand are strong. Defence ties are robust, and form another key pillar of the bilateral relationship. The Singapore-Thailand Enhanced Partnership (STEP), which was launched in 1997, provides the framework for the long-term strategic partnership between both countries. STEP comprises four pillars: enhanced economic co-operation, strong defence relations, people-to-people co-operation and the Civil Service Exchange Programme (CSEP). Under the CSEP, which comprises 13 cooperation clusters, both countries organise regular study visits and training programmes. There is extensive technical cooperation between Singapore and Thailand, including under the Singapore Cooperation Programme. In addition, under the Singapore-Thailand Third Country Training Programme (TCTP), both countries have jointly provided technical assistance to various countries, including Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Vietnam and Timor Leste. The TCTP is Singapore's first formalised partnership with a fellow ASEAN country.

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The Thai authorities have announced new control measures in light of the current COVID-19 situation.  They will take eff...
17/04/2021

The Thai authorities have announced new control measures in light of the current COVID-19 situation. They will take effect from 0000hrs on Sunday, 18 April 2021 and be in place for at least two weeks.

18 provinces are classified as “red” or maximum control zones. They are Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Chon Buri, Khon Kaen, Nakhon Pathom, Nakhon Ratchasima, Nonthaburi, Pathum Thani, Phuket, Prachuap Khiri Khan, Rayong, Sa Kaeo, Samut Prakan, Samut Sakhon, Songkhla, Suphan Buri, Tak and Udon Thani. The remaining 59 provinces are classified as “orange” or control zones.

Please refer to our infographic for a summary of the nationwide measures as well as additional measures for the respective zones. These measures are subject to review by the authorities. We advise Singaporeans to monitor the news for the latest developments and to follow instructions from the authorities.

Singaporeans who require consular assistance can contact us at +66-(2) 348-6700 (office hours) or at +66-(81) 844-3580
(24 hrs, for emergencies only).


Source: Centre for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA)

The Thai authorities have announced new control measures in light of the current COVID-19 situation. They will take effect from 0000hrs on Sunday, 18 April 2021 and be in place for at least two weeks.

18 provinces are classified as “red” or maximum control zones. They are Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Chon Buri, Khon Kaen, Nakhon Pathom, Nakhon Ratchasima, Nonthaburi, Pathum Thani, Phuket, Prachuap Khiri Khan, Rayong, Sa Kaeo, Samut Prakan, Samut Sakhon, Songkhla, Suphan Buri, Tak and Udon Thani. The remaining 59 provinces are classified as “orange” or control zones.

Please refer to our infographic for a summary of the nationwide measures as well as additional measures for the respective zones. These measures are subject to review by the authorities. We advise Singaporeans to monitor the news for the latest developments and to follow instructions from the authorities.

Singaporeans who require consular assistance can contact us at +66-(2) 348-6700 (office hours) or at +66-(81) 844-3580
(24 hrs, for emergencies only).


Source: Centre for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA)

The Singapore Embassy in Bangkok wishes our friends in Thailand a happy Songkran. It is a Songkran tradition to gently p...
13/04/2021

The Singapore Embassy in Bangkok wishes our friends in Thailand a happy Songkran. It is a Songkran tradition to gently pour water over the hands of elders to show respect and ask for blessings. May the Thai New Year bring good health and happiness to all!

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The Singapore Embassy in Bangkok wishes our friends in Thailand a happy Songkran. It is a Songkran tradition to gently pour water over the hands of elders to show respect and ask for blessings. May the Thai New Year bring good health and happiness to all!

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The Centre for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) has announced preventive measures in relation to the current COV...
10/04/2021

The Centre for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) has announced preventive measures in relation to the current COVID-19 situation. Entertainment venues in 41 provinces in Thailand, including Bangkok, will close from 10 April for at least two weeks. Restaurants are allowed to operate with strict COVID-19 preventive measures.

These measures are outlined in our infographic. Please note that they are subject to review by the authorities. Singaporeans who require consular assistance can contact us at +66-(2) 348-6700 (office hours) or at +66-(81) 844-3580 (24 hrs, for emergencies only).

Stay safe everybody!

The Centre for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) has announced preventive measures in relation to the current COVID-19 situation. Entertainment venues in 41 provinces in Thailand, including Bangkok, will close from 10 April for at least two weeks. Restaurants are allowed to operate with strict COVID-19 preventive measures.

These measures are outlined in our infographic. Please note that they are subject to review by the authorities. Singaporeans who require consular assistance can contact us at +66-(2) 348-6700 (office hours) or at +66-(81) 844-3580 (24 hrs, for emergencies only).

Stay safe everybody!

Singapore’s Chinatown is home to murals and street art. At the junction of Temple Street and South Bridge Road, you can ...
08/04/2021

Singapore’s Chinatown is home to murals and street art. At the junction of Temple Street and South Bridge Road, you can find this scene of a traditional Chinese opera by artist Yip Yew Chong.

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Singapore’s Chinatown is home to murals and street art. At the junction of Temple Street and South Bridge Road, you can find this scene of a traditional Chinese opera by artist Yip Yew Chong.

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The Singapore Embassy in Bangkok extends our best wishes to Princess Ubol Ratana on the happy occasion of her birthday.
05/04/2021

The Singapore Embassy in Bangkok extends our best wishes to Princess Ubol Ratana on the happy occasion of her birthday.

The Singapore Embassy in Bangkok extends our best wishes to Princess Ubol Ratana on the happy occasion of her birthday.

Travellers from Singapore can now look forward to a shorter quarantine period for travel into Thailand. Subject to the c...
04/04/2021

Travellers from Singapore can now look forward to a shorter quarantine period for travel into Thailand. Subject to the conditions listed in our infographic, the quarantine period is 7 days for vaccinated travellers and 10 days for non-vaccinated travellers. For more information visit the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT)’s website at https://www.tatnews.org/2021/04/thailand-reduces-quarantine-for-international-arrivals-from-1-april-2021/ or contact the Royal Thai Embassy in Singapore at:

Royal Thai Embassy
370 Orchard Road
Singapore 238870
Tel: (65) 6737 2475, 6737 2476
Website: https://www.thaiembassy.sg
Email: [email protected]

Travellers from Singapore can now look forward to a shorter quarantine period for travel into Thailand. Subject to the conditions listed in our infographic, the quarantine period is 7 days for vaccinated travellers and 10 days for non-vaccinated travellers. For more information visit the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT)’s website at https://www.tatnews.org/2021/04/thailand-reduces-quarantine-for-international-arrivals-from-1-april-2021/ or contact the Royal Thai Embassy in Singapore at:

Royal Thai Embassy
370 Orchard Road
Singapore 238870
Tel: (65) 6737 2475, 6737 2476
Website: https://www.thaiembassy.sg
Email: [email protected]

The Singapore Embassy in Bangkok extends our best wishes to Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn on the jo...
02/04/2021

The Singapore Embassy in Bangkok extends our best wishes to Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn on the joyous occasion of Her Royal Highness’ birthday.

The Singapore Embassy in Bangkok extends our best wishes to Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn on the joyous occasion of Her Royal Highness’ birthday.

Ambassador Kevin Cheok and Mrs Cheok were honoured to present prizes at the Australian Teachers of Dancing (ATOD) Intern...
28/03/2021

Ambassador Kevin Cheok and Mrs Cheok were honoured to present prizes at the Australian Teachers of Dancing (ATOD) International Dance Competition 2021 Award Presentation Ceremony. Organised by the ATOD Children and Youth Development Association, this year’s competition saw 1,447 contestants from 74 schools spanning 21 nationalities. This was a hybrid event with some dancers performing live and others by video livestream. All the contestants put up spectacular performances. Congratulations to all the winners!

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It’s happening now! An opportunity to shop around the world with vendors from 52 participating countries at the 54th Red...
27/03/2021

It’s happening now! An opportunity to shop around the world with vendors from 52 participating countries at the 54th Red Cross Charity Bazaar at Siam Paragon, Royal Paragon Hall on 5th Floor. If you are looking for Singaporean favorites like Irvins Salted Egg, Boon Tong Kee Chicken Rice, Crusty’s, Khong Guan Biscuits, and Tong Garden among others, come find us at booth number C01 – C04. See you there!
 
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The 54th Diplomatic Red Cross Charity Bazaar takes place on 27-29 March at the Royal Paragon Hall, 5th floor of Siam Par...
22/03/2021

The 54th Diplomatic Red Cross Charity Bazaar takes place on 27-29 March at the Royal Paragon Hall, 5th floor of Siam Paragon. 52 countries and many other vendors will participate this year. It is a great opportunity to browse and shop from an extensive range of international products. Singaporean vendors will include Irvins Salted Egg, Boon Tong Kee Chicken Rice, and Crusty’s. The Embassy will also have its own booth showcasing Singapore snacks and treats. The Thai Red Cross Society will be the beneficiary of the donations. Look forward to seeing you there!

The 54th Diplomatic Red Cross Charity Bazaar takes place on 27-29 March at the Royal Paragon Hall, 5th floor of Siam Paragon. 52 countries and many other vendors will participate this year. It is a great opportunity to browse and shop from an extensive range of international products. Singaporean vendors will include Irvins Salted Egg, Boon Tong Kee Chicken Rice, and Crusty’s. The Embassy will also have its own booth showcasing Singapore snacks and treats. The Thai Red Cross Society will be the beneficiary of the donations. Look forward to seeing you there!

Congratulations to Irfan Fandi, who just last week became the first Singaporean footballer to win the Thai League 1 titl...
14/03/2021

Congratulations to Irfan Fandi, who just last week became the first Singaporean footballer to win the Thai League 1 title as part of the BG Pathum United team. We look forward to seeing more of Irfan’s sporting success in the coming years!

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Congratulations to Irfan Fandi, who just last week became the first Singaporean footballer to win the Thai League 1 title as part of the BG Pathum United team. We look forward to seeing more of Irfan’s sporting success in the coming years!

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Khao Soi is a well known dish that is commonly served in northern Thailand. It is made out of deep-fried crispy egg nood...
06/03/2021

Khao Soi is a well known dish that is commonly served in northern Thailand. It is made out of deep-fried crispy egg noodles and boiled egg noodles, pickled mustard greens, shallots, lime, ground chillies, and meat in a curry-like sauce containing coconut milk.

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Khao Soi is a well known dish that is commonly served in northern Thailand. It is made out of deep-fried crispy egg noodles and boiled egg noodles, pickled mustard greens, shallots, lime, ground chillies, and meat in a curry-like sauce containing coconut milk.

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05/03/2021
Photos from Singapore Ministry of Foreign Affairs's post
04/03/2021

Photos from Singapore Ministry of Foreign Affairs's post

Photos from Singapore Ministry of Foreign Affairs's post
04/03/2021

Photos from Singapore Ministry of Foreign Affairs's post

02/03/2021

The Informal ASEAN Ministerial Meeting took place this afternoon. We discussed the worrying developments in Myanmar frankly and extensively.

I reiterated the need for the Myanmar military authorities to take immediate steps to de-escalate tensions, desist from using lethal force against unarmed civilians, and avoid further violence, bloodshed and deaths.

Also urged for the immediate release of President Win Myint, State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi and other political detainees so they can engage in direct and meaningful negotiations in good faith.

Singapore continues to support Myanmar’s democratic transition, in line with the principle that the future of Myanmar has to be determined by its own people.

ASEAN can and should play a constructive role, including by fostering an inclusive dialogue with all key stakeholders to facilitate a return to normalcy and stability in Myanmar. Will work closely with fellow ASEAN Member States and our external partners to this end.

My full remarks at the meeting can be accessed here: https://go.gov.sg/02032021-iamm

Photos from Singapore Ministry of Foreign Affairs's post
02/03/2021

Photos from Singapore Ministry of Foreign Affairs's post

Royal Twin Pagodas located near the summit of Doi Inthanon, the tallest mountain in Thailand. These temples were built t...
01/03/2021

Royal Twin Pagodas located near the summit of Doi Inthanon, the tallest mountain in Thailand. These temples were built to honour the 60th birthday anniversaries of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej The Great and Her Majesty Queen Sirikit The Queen Mother in 1987 and 1992 respectively.

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Royal Twin Pagodas located near the summit of Doi Inthanon, the tallest mountain in Thailand. These temples were built to honour the 60th birthday anniversaries of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej The Great and Her Majesty Queen Sirikit The Queen Mother in 1987 and 1992 respectively.

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01/03/2021

COVID-19 has disrupted our external environment, but that has not deterred us. We will continue to stay resilient in the face of crisis, increase our relevance to the world, and preserve our independence so Singapore can emerge stronger in an uncertain world.

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01/03/2021

Will be on Mediacorp Channel 5’s News Tonight at 9pm to speak on developments in the region and beyond, as well as discuss some key areas of focus for our foreign policy in the coming year. Tune in if you can!

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The Thai authorities have announced the easing of COVID-19 measures in several provinces. In Samut Sakhon, dining-in at ...
24/02/2021

The Thai authorities have announced the easing of COVID-19 measures in several provinces. In Samut Sakhon, dining-in at restaurants will now be allowed. In Bangkok, Nonthaburi, Pathum Thani and Samut Prakan, restaurants, pubs, bars and karaoke venues will now be able to serve alcohol and open until 11pm. The easing of measures is summarised in our infographic.

Source: Centre for COVID-19 Situation Administration

The Thai authorities have announced the easing of COVID-19 measures in several provinces. In Samut Sakhon, dining-in at restaurants will now be allowed. In Bangkok, Nonthaburi, Pathum Thani and Samut Prakan, restaurants, pubs, bars and karaoke venues will now be able to serve alcohol and open until 11pm. The easing of measures is summarised in our infographic.

Source: Centre for COVID-19 Situation Administration

Klong Ong Ang Walking Street is one of the newest attractions in Bangkok’s Old Town. Located along both sides of Ong Ang...
21/02/2021

Klong Ong Ang Walking Street is one of the newest attractions in Bangkok’s Old Town. Located along both sides of Ong Ang canal, the walkway features street art of various styles, street food, souvenir stalls and buskers.

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Klong Ong Ang Walking Street is one of the newest attractions in Bangkok’s Old Town. Located along both sides of Ong Ang canal, the walkway features street art of various styles, street food, souvenir stalls and buskers.

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Always happy to catch up with Singapore Club of Thailand (SCOT) President Koh Eng Lok and his Executive Committee Member...
18/02/2021

Always happy to catch up with Singapore Club of Thailand (SCOT) President Koh Eng Lok and his Executive Committee Members. SCOT was established in 1984 and has since played an important role as a platform for Singaporeans living in Thailand to meet and interact. The Embassy looks forward to continuing to cooperate with SCOT in the Year of the Ox.

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Always happy to catch up with Singapore Club of Thailand (SCOT) President Koh Eng Lok and his Executive Committee Members. SCOT was established in 1984 and has since played an important role as a platform for Singaporeans living in Thailand to meet and interact. The Embassy looks forward to continuing to cooperate with SCOT in the Year of the Ox.

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Ambassador Kevin Cheok had the pleasure of receiving a call by Ambassador-designate of Bangladesh to Thailand, H.E. Mr M...
16/02/2021

Ambassador Kevin Cheok had the pleasure of receiving a call by Ambassador-designate of Bangladesh to Thailand, H.E. Mr Mohammed Abdul Hye. A warm welcome to Bangkok from all of us at the Singapore Embassy!

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Ambassador Kevin Cheok had the pleasure of receiving a call by Ambassador-designate of Bangladesh to Thailand, H.E. Mr Mohammed Abdul Hye. A warm welcome to Bangkok from all of us at the Singapore Embassy!

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Promthep Cape is a popular lookout point in Phuket Island known for its splendid sunsets and view of the Andaman Sea.#Th...
14/02/2021

Promthep Cape is a popular lookout point in Phuket Island known for its splendid sunsets and view of the Andaman Sea.

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Promthep Cape is a popular lookout point in Phuket Island known for its splendid sunsets and view of the Andaman Sea.

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สุขสันต์วันตรุษจีน - The Singapore Embassy wishes everyone a happy Lunar New Year, as well as good health and good fortu...
11/02/2021

สุขสันต์วันตรุษจีน - The Singapore Embassy wishes everyone a happy Lunar New Year, as well as good health and good fortune in the Year of the Ox!

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สุขสันต์วันตรุษจีน - The Singapore Embassy wishes everyone a happy Lunar New Year, as well as good health and good fortune in the Year of the Ox!

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Beautiful sunset at the Koh Yao Yai Pier, Phang Nga province.PC: Alin Meceanu#Singapore #Thailand #SingaporeEmbassyBKK
09/02/2021

Beautiful sunset at the Koh Yao Yai Pier, Phang Nga province.

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Beautiful sunset at the Koh Yao Yai Pier, Phang Nga province.

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05/02/2021

Jetstar Asia and SilkAir have resumed flights between Singapore and Thailand since 1 Feb 2021.

Jetstar Asia currently operates three flights per week between Singapore and Bangkok on Tuesday, Friday, and Sunday.

SilkAir operates two flights per week between Singapore and Phuket on Thursday and Sunday.

The above schedules are subject to change. For the latest flight information or bookings, please visit the respective airlines’ website or contact them directly at:

Jetstar Asia
Website: www.jetstar.com/th/en/home
Thailand Office: +66 2-2675125 (Mondays to Fridays from 0830 hrs to 1730 hrs and Saturday from 0830 hrs to 1200 hrs)
Toll-free Hotline: 001 800 611 2957 (Available 24/7)
Singapore Hotline: +65 6499 9702 (Available 24/7)
International Hotline: +613 9645 5999 (Available 24/7)

SilkAir
Website: www.singaporeair.com
Thailand Office: +66 76-304018/19/20 (Mondays to Fridays from 0815 hrs to 1715 hrs)
Singapore Hotline: +65 6223 8888 (Available 24/7)

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