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Singapore Embassy in Bangkok Welcome to the Official page of the Singapore Embassy in Bangkok. "Like" us to stay in touc Economic links between Singapore and Thailand are strong.

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 v

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 v

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Ambassador Kevin Cheok had the pleasure to receive a call by Ambassador-designate of the Kingdom of Norway to the Kingdo...
18/10/2022

Ambassador Kevin Cheok had the pleasure to receive a call by Ambassador-designate of the Kingdom of Norway to the Kingdom of Thailand H.E. Astrid Emilie Helle. A warm welcome to Bangkok from all of us at the Embassy!

15/10/2022

Minister for Manpower and Second Minister for Trade and Industry Dr Tan See Leng visited Bangkok from 11 to 12 October 2022. He co-chaired the 6th Singapore-Thailand Enhanced Economic Relationship (STEER) Ministerial Meeting with DPM and Minister of Commerce H.E. Jurin Laksanawisit.

Both Ministers reiterated their joint commitment to deepen bilateral engagement in several areas, including trade and investment facilitation, air transport and tourism cooperation, as well as newer areas such as digital economy, innovation and sustainability. They also witnessed the signing of a Government-to-Government Memorandum of Cooperation and four Memoranda of Understanding between Singapore and Thailand entities.

Minister Tan also had meetings with Minister of Natural Resources and Environment H.E. Varawut Silpa-Archa, as well as Thai conglomerates ThaiBev and CP Group. Minister Tan chaired a roundtable discussion for Singapore businesses as well.

Tan See Leng

Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has written to Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha to express his shock and sadness at the s...
07/10/2022

Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has written to Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha to express his shock and sadness at the senseless act of violence that claimed so many innocent lives in Nong Bua Lam Phu on 6 October 2022. PM Lee also conveyed his deepest condolences to the bereaved families of the victims of this tragedy.

The Singapore Embassy in Bangkok wishes to convey our deepest condolences to the people of Thailand during this difficult time. The Embassy will fly the Singapore Flag at half-mast on 7 October in solidarity with Thailand.

Some areas in Chiang Mai have been affected by floods due to heavy rainfall in the past few days.  According to the Chia...
04/10/2022

Some areas in Chiang Mai have been affected by floods due to heavy rainfall in the past few days. According to the Chiang Mai Municipality, affected areas include the following zones:

Zone 1: Ban Pa Phrao Nok (partially), Wang Pla restaurant, Tha Nam restaurant and the passage under the bridge to Pa Daed.

Zone 2: Charoen Prathet Road, Montfort Primary School, Chiang Mai Forestry office, Wat Chai Mongkhol, Ban Pa Phrao Nok, Wiang Thong Village and Pa Daed District (some parts).

Zone 3: Ban Den, Ban Den provincial electricity authority and Chindaniwet village.

Zone 4: Rimping Superstore, Wat Tha Satoy, Thongkam Market, Kawila Camp, Kong Sai Road and San Pa Koi Market (some parts).

Zone 5: Nong Hoi Market, Koh Klang Road, Montfort School, Kawila School, Wat Mueang Sat Luang, Wat Mueang Sat Noi, Palm Spring Village, Wat Mueung Kai, Golf Course and Rat Uthit Road.

As of 4 Oct 22, the Chiang Mai authorities have advised that people living in these areas should move to higher ground and turn off the main breakers. Singaporeans in Chiang Mai and those planning to visit the northern provinces are advised to closely monitor the news including the Chiang Mai Municipality page at https://www.facebook.com/cmmayor/ for further updates and to avoid flooded areas if possible.

The Chiang Mai Municipality has also set up a 24-hour call centre for flood victims. The numbers to call are: +66 81 8177225; +66 96 1535665; +66 61 2744567 and +66 53 140380.

Singaporeans who require urgent consular assistance can also contact the Singapore Embassy in Bangkok at the contact number below. Those who are in Thailand are strongly encouraged to e-register with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs at https://eregister.mfa.gov.sg so that they can be contacted should the need arise.

Singapore Embassy in Bangkok
Tel: +66 2-348-6700
Emergency Tel : +66-81-844-3580 (for consular emergencies after office hours)
Email: [email protected]
Website: https://www.mfa.gov.sg/bangkok

Source: Chiang Mai Municipality page

29/09/2022

Here's a quick preview of the first night of the Evening of Jazz, presented by the Singapore Embassy at the new UOB Plaza Bangkok! The Evening of Jazz, held from 28 - 29 September 2022, features six virtuosos - three Thais and three Singaporeans - coming together to create a stunning performance. Another round of applause to the talented Jeremy Monteiro Quintet, featuring Ms Alemay Fernandez, for the incredibly lovely first evening!

26/09/2022

The Thai authorities have announced that Covid-19 will be reclassified from ‘a dangerous communicable disease’ to ‘a communicable disease under surveillance’ from 1 October 2022.

With effect from 1 October 2022, international travellers entering Thailand will no longer be required to show proof of vaccination or proof of a pre-departure test result (for those unvaccinated or not fully vaccinated).

More information on updated entry requirements can be found at https://www.tatnews.org/.

For further queries regarding entry into Thailand, please contact the Royal Thai Embassy in Singapore at:

Royal Thai Embassy

370 Orchard Road
Singapore 238870
Tel: (65) 6737 2644

Website:
https://www.thaiembassy.sg

Email:
[email protected]

Source: Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration and Tourism Authority of Thailand

21/09/2022
15/09/2022

Our Merlion celebrates its 50th birthday today!

The iconic landmark is not just one of the most instagrammed locations in Singapore, it is also a symbol of Singapore's origins as a fishing village.

Come walk down memory lane with us as we celebrate this occasion!

Happy 50th Birthday, Merli!


Video credit: Singapore Tourism Board

14/09/2022
09/09/2022

Some areas in Bangkok have been affected by floods due to heavy rainfall in the past few days. Affected areas include Chaeng Wattana, Ram Intra, Lat Phrao, Ramkhamhaeng, Srinakarin and Vibhavadi Rangsit. The Thai authorities have alerted commuters and motorists to be prepared for heavy traffic congestion in those areas.

The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) has also advised caution as prolonged heavy rainfall is expected until the end of the month. Those who require further information or assistance due to floods may contact the BMA at its hotline 1555.

Singaporeans are advised to closely monitor the news for updates and to avoid flooded areas if possible. Some useful links for the latest information on flood situations in Bangkok are:

Bangkok Metropolitan Administration’s page: https://www.facebook.com/prbangkok
Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation’s page: https://www.facebook.com/DDPMNews

Singaporeans who require urgent consular assistance can also contact the Singapore Embassy in Bangkok at the contact number below. Those who are in Thailand are strongly encouraged to e-register with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs at https://eregister.mfa.gov.sg so that they can be contacted should the need arise.

Singapore Embassy in Bangkok
Tel: +66 2-348-6700
Emergency Tel : +66-81-844-3580 (for consular emergencies after office hours)
Email: [email protected]
Website: https://www.mfa.gov.sg/bangkok

Please stay safe and dry!

The Singapore Embassy in Bangkok was pleased to receive Minister of State (Ministry of Social and Family Development & M...
08/09/2022

The Singapore Embassy in Bangkok was pleased to receive Minister of State (Ministry of Social and Family Development & Ministry of Home Affairs) Sun Xueling on 6 September 2022. MOS Sun was in Bangkok for the APEC Women and the Economy Forum: High-Level Policy Dialogue on Women and the Economy. She also called on Minister of Social Development and Human Security, H.E. Chuti Krairiksh, on 7 September 2022 to reaffirm the excellent longstanding ties between Singapore and Thailand.

Ambassador Kevin Cheok had the pleasure to receive a call by Ambassador-Designate of Luxembourg to the Kingdom of Thaila...
05/09/2022

Ambassador Kevin Cheok had the pleasure to receive a call by Ambassador-Designate of Luxembourg to the Kingdom of Thailand H.E. Patrick Hemmer. A very warm welcome to Bangkok from all of us at the Embassy!

Photos from Heng Chee How's post
30/08/2022

Photos from Heng Chee How's post

26/08/2022

In view of the improving local and global COVID-19 situation, the Singapore Ministry of Health has announced that all non-fully vaccinated travellers entering Singapore from 28 August 2022 (2359hrs, Singapore time), will no longer be required to undergo a 7-day SHN upon arrival nor be subject to an exit PCR test at the end of their SHN period. They will continue to be required to test negative on a Pre-Departure Test (PDT) within 2 days before departing from Singapore. These measures will apply to non-vaccinated/non-fully vaccinated Singapore Citizens and PRs.

In addition, non-fully vaccinated Long-Term Pass Holders (LTPHs) and short-term travellers no longer need to apply for entry approval to enter Singapore from 28 August 2022 (2359hrs, Singapore time). However, short-term travellers will still need to purchase COVID-19 travel insurance with at least S$30,000 medical coverage to cover the duration of their stay in Singapore.

Non-fully vaccinated travellers who recently recovered from COVID-19 do not require a PDT if they tested positive between 14 and 90 days before their date of departure for Singapore. Please refer to https://go.gov.sg/recovered-traveller-checker to check if the pre-departure test can be waived, and the documentation required to prove their first infection or recovery.

Please refer to https://www.ica.gov.sg/enter-depart/entry_requirements for more details on entry requirements to enter Singapore, including the requirements for fully vaccinated travellers and the definition of fully-vaccinated.

Ambassador Kevin Cheok was invited to deliver a keynote speech at the Ministry of Commerce’s Seminar on Digital Trade on...
22/08/2022

Ambassador Kevin Cheok was invited to deliver a keynote speech at the Ministry of Commerce’s Seminar on Digital Trade on 18 Aug 2022. The topic was “Policies and perspectives towards digital economy: Opportunities for future trade between Singapore and Thailand”. Ambassador spoke about increasing digitalisation of the global economy and how Singapore and Thailand can work together to seize the opportunities. Ambassador also had an opportunity to meet with Deputy Minister of Commerce His Excellency Sinit Lertkrai and other colleagues from the Ministry of Commerce.

Congratulations to the Ministry for organising a successful event!

It was a pleasure to host the Singapore community at a reception on 10 August to commemorate Singapore’s 57th National D...
18/08/2022

It was a pleasure to host the Singapore community at a reception on 10 August to commemorate Singapore’s 57th National Day. It was fantastic to see everyone again in person! We enjoyed catching up, singing “Majulah Singapura” together, and eating loads of Singapore food. Thank you all for helping us celebrate!

The Singapore Embassy was delighted to host our friends in Thailand to a reception on 9 August to celebrate Singapore’s ...
15/08/2022

The Singapore Embassy was delighted to host our friends in Thailand to a reception on 9 August to celebrate Singapore’s 57th National Day. The evening was especially significant for us, as it was the first major event we hosted since the start of the COVID pandemic. A chef from the Shangri-La in Singapore prepared many Singapore dishes for the evening. We were proud to share a taste of home with our guests. We would like to extend our heartfelt thanks to everyone who joined us in commemorating the day. You made the event special!

The Singapore Embassy in Bangkok extends our warmest congratulations to Her Majesty Queen Sirikit The Queen Mother on th...
12/08/2022

The Singapore Embassy in Bangkok extends our warmest congratulations to Her Majesty Queen Sirikit The Queen Mother on the auspicious occasion of Her Majesty's birthday.

PC: Bureau of the Royal Household

09/08/2022

The Embassy of the Republic of Singapore in Bangkok wishes all Singaporeans a very Happy National Day! 🇸🇬

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31/07/2022

📣Calling all Singaporeans who are currently working or studying abroad!📣

💬We want to hear from you! Complete a survey at https://go.gov.sg/overseassgelp. 10 lucky respondents will receive a ‘Love From Home🇸🇬’ Care Pack that includes local games, old-school biscuits & many other items!

🗓Survey opens from 22 July to 3 August 2022.🗣

*Winners will be selected at random on 3 August 2022 and announced on our REACH social media platforms (Instagram and Facebook) in mid-August. Follow us for more updates, you may be one of the lucky winners! 😉

**The Care Pack will be delivered internationally. Please give us your e-mail address so that we can contact you to make the delivery arrangements ☺️

For more information on REACH, please visit www.reach.gov.sg

Happy National Thai Language Day from all of us at the Singapore Embassy! 😊 Here are some key phrases in Thai to learn b...
29/07/2022

Happy National Thai Language Day from all of us at the Singapore Embassy! 😊 Here are some key phrases in Thai to learn before your next trip here.

The Singapore Embassy in Bangkok extends our warmest congratulations to His Majesty King Maha Vajiralongkorn Phra Vajira...
27/07/2022

The Singapore Embassy in Bangkok extends our warmest congratulations to His Majesty King Maha Vajiralongkorn Phra Vajiraklaochaoyuhua on the auspicious occasion of His Majesty‘s 70th birthday.

Ambassador Kevin Cheok witnessed the signing of an MOU between Singapore's Durapower and Thailand's Banpu NEXT and Cherd...
26/07/2022

Ambassador Kevin Cheok witnessed the signing of an MOU between Singapore's Durapower and Thailand's Banpu NEXT and Cherdchai at the Future Mobility Asia 2022 conference on 21 July 2022. Both companies are establishing a joint venture plant for manufacturing battery systems in Thailand. This collaboration will support the growth of smart mobility and Thailand's drive towards a zero emission vehicle policy.

At the same conference, we also welcomed the signing of an MOU between Singapore's SWAT Mobility and Thailand's Thai Post Distribution to jointly research the use of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to optimise route planning and load utilisation for postal vehicles. We look forward to the success of their joint research, which will help drive green sustainability in Thailand through the reduction of carbon emissions from last mile deliveries.

We are heartened by the ever-growing collaboration between Singaporean and Thai companies, especially in new areas of opportunities like sustainability and the digital economy, and hope to see more of such partnerships in the near future! 🇹🇭🇸🇬

20/07/2022

I joined SM Teo Chee Hean, who hosted HRH Princess Sirindhorn of Thailand for lunch on Monday 18 July 2022. We talked about strengthening people-to-people ties and exchanges between Singapore and Thailand on areas such as healthcare, education and research.

I hope HRH Princess Sirindhorn had a fruitful trip in Singapore for the 18th Flora of Thailand Conference.

Photos from Teo Chee Hean's post
20/07/2022

Photos from Teo Chee Hean's post

20/07/2022

Delighted to welcome Thai Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn back to Singapore. Her Royal Highness (HRH) is an old friend, and visited regularly prior to the pandemic.

HRH was here to attend the 18th Flora of Thailand Conference as Guest-of-Honour. The Conference brings together botanists from Thailand and around the world. HRH is recognised for her keen interest in and support for biodiversity and environmental issues. Wishing all attendees a successful and enjoyable event! – LHL

(MCI Photo by Betty Chua)

Come 6 August, cross borders and build bridges with the Singapore Global Network and join us for an early National Day c...
20/07/2022

Come 6 August, cross borders and build bridges with the Singapore Global Network and join us for an early National Day celebration with Singapore @ Home! Hosted by Hossan Leong and Siti Khalijah, Singapore @ Home is an online extravaganza for Singaporeans and friends of Singapore around the world to celebrate Singapore’s birthday. It will feature a special appearance by Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Finance Lawrence Wong, and performances by popular homegrown artistes Annette Lee & Benjamin Kheng, Joanna D**g, Taufik Batisah and Kartik Kuna.

You can also look forward to segments on local brands blazing trails and making their mark, content featuring our awesome overseas Singaporeans, and more!

Register now at https://events.singaporeglobalnetwork.gov.sg/singaporehome2022, and stand the chance to win attractive lucky draw prizes! Gather your family and friends for a Singapore @ Home watch party, with funding from SGN; check out more details at https://singaporeglobalnetwork.gov.sg/nationalday2022/! The content will be available on demand until 9 Aug 11.59pm SGT, so you can play back or catch up if you are unable to watch the live-stream on 6 Aug!

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The Thai authorities have announced an adjustment of COVID-19 zoning categories that will take effect from 9 January 2022. 69 provinces will be re-designated as “controlled” zones (orange zones) while the status of the 8 “pilot tourism” zones (blue zones) will remain unchanged. The 8 “pilot tourism” zones are Bangkok, Chonburi, Kanchanaburi, Krabi, Nonthaburi, Pathum Thani, Phang Nga and Phuket. Selected districts in some provinces will also be designated as “pilot tourism” zones (blue zones).

An update of the COVID-19 preventive measures and a full listing of the provinces in the respective zone categories are in the infographics.

Do note that a key measure include a ban on the sale of alcohol in "controlled" or orange zones. This does not apply to the “pilot tourism” or blue zones where alcohol sale is permitted at SHA or SHA+ certified Food & Beverage outlets until 2100hrs.

Please monitor the news for updates as the measures are subject to review. Stay safe everyone!

Source: Centre for COVID-19 Situation Administration and Tourism Authority of Thailand
The Thai Ministry of Foreign Affairs has announced that foreign residents residing in Bangkok and surrounding provinces who are interested to have a third dose of vaccination can register via mobile service providers starting from 7 January 2022. More information can be found at https://expatvac.consular.go.th/site/booster3 .

Please also note that all interested foreign residents in Thailand who have not received a first vaccine dose can also register at https://expatvac.consular.go.th

The brand of vaccine administered will depend on what the authorities have available under the Thai National Vaccination Programme.

Registrants will be notified of their appointment details by the authorities, subject to the availability of vaccines. In the event of queries, please contact [email protected] .

Source: Thai Ministry of Foreign Affairs
With effect from 7 January 2022, 2359 hours (Singapore time), all non-Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) travellers entering Singapore from Category II (non-VTL), III and IV countries, including Thailand, will no longer be required to undergo a COVID-19 Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test on-arrival. This includes non-VTL Singaporean and PR travellers. Travellers will, however, still be required to undergo a PCR test at the end of their Stay-Home Notice (SHN), and have to test negative before they are allowed to exit SHN.

Please refer to the Singapore Ministry of Health’s press release dated 31 December 2021 (https://www.moh.gov.sg/news-highlights/details/updates-on-border-measures-for-travellers_31_Dec_2021) and the SafeTravel website (https://safetravel.ica.gov.sg) for more details.

Singaporeans in Thailand who require emergency consular assistance can contact us at 02 348 6700 (office hours) or 081 844 3580 (non-office hours, for emergencies only).
The Singapore Embassy in Bangkok wishes everyone a Happy New Year! To our Thai friends, “สวัสดีปีใหม่”. May the New Year bring peace, joy and happiness to all

📷: View of sunrise from Nok Aen Cliff of Phu Kradueng in Loei

The Singapore Embassy in Bangkok wishes everyone Happy Holidays and a very Merry Christmas! 🎄🎄🎄
In view of the rise in Omicron cases globally, with effect from 22 December 2021, 2359hrs (SGT), there will be no new ticket sales for Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) flights for entry into Singapore from all VTL countries including Thailand until 20 January 2022, 2359hrs (SGT). Travellers who have booked a ticket on a VTL flight before 22 December 2021, 2359hrs (SGT) will continue to be allowed to enter Singapore under the VTL provided they meet all VTL conditions. Travellers with existing VTL tickets are also allowed to rebook their flights to any other date, including within the freeze period (23 December 2021 to 20 January 2022).

Please refer to the Singapore Ministry of Health’s press release dated 22 December 2021 (https://www.moh.gov.sg/news-highlights/details/remaining-vigilant-against-the-omicron-variant) and the SafeTravel website (https://safetravel.ica.gov.sg/vtl/requirements-and-process) for more details.

Singaporeans in Thailand who require emergency consular assistance can contact us at 02 348 6700 (office hours) or 081 844 3580 (non-office hours, for emergencies only).
The Thai authorities have announced that applications for Thailand Pass under the “Test and Go” (except Phuket Sandbox scheme) will be closed from 0000hrs on 22 December 2021 until further notice.

All travelers to Thailand are advised to take note of the following:

1. Applicants who have received their Thailand Pass QR Code can enter Thailand under the scheme they have registered.

2. Applicants who have registered, but have not received their QR Code must wait for their Thailand Pass to be considered / approved. Once approved, they can enter Thailand under the scheme they have registered.

3. New applicants will not be able to register for Test and Go and Sandbox measures (except Phuket Sandbox). Thailand Pass will only accept new applicants seeking to enter Thailand under Alternative Quarantine (AQ) or Phuket Sandbox only.

4. Passengers who will arrive in Thailand under Test and Go and Sandbox Programme must undergo their 2nd COVID-19 test using the RT-PCR technique (not ATK self-test) at government-designated facilities (no additional cost).

Please refer to the graphics for more details.

If you have queries , please contact the Dept of Consular Affairs Call Centre at the Thai Ministry of Foreign Affairs at +66-2-572-8442 or the Royal Thai Embassy in Singapore at:

Royal Thai Embassy
370 Orchard Road
Singapore 238870
Tel: (65) 6737 2644
Website: https://www.thaiembassy.sg
Email: [email protected]

Source: MFA Thailand and Thai Government Public Relations Department
The beautiful Wat Niwet Thammaprawat Ratchaworawihan (วัดนิเวศธรรมประวัติราชวรวิหาร) is located within the grounds of the Bang Pa-In Royal Palace in Thailand's Ayutthaya Province. Built in 1878, the temple’s design was inspired by 19th century Gothic Revival architecture.
Sunset over Palawan Beach on Sentosa Island. This is one of Singapore’s most cosy and gorgeous beaches to hang out at with family and friends. A suspension beach also connects the Palawan Beach to a little islet that is known as the southernmost tip of Continental Asia.

📸: Singapore Tourism Board
A view of Bangkok's Rama VIII Bridge from the Chao Phraya river.

The bridge has an asymmetrical design, with a single pylon in an inverted Y shape on the west bank of the river. Its eighty-four cables are arranged in pairs on the side of the main span and in a single row on the other. The bridge has a main span of 300 metres, and was one of the world's largest asymmetrical cable-stayed bridges at the time of its completion in 2002.
Ambassador Kevin Cheok was pleased to meet athletes , , , as well as coach , who are participating in the Muay Thai World Championships 2021 in Bangkok.

The Singapore Embassy in Bangkok wishes them all the best in the competition! 🇸🇬

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The Singapore Embassy in Bangkok joins our Thai friends in commemorating the birthday of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej The Great. We wish our Thai friends a happy National Day and Father's Day!
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