Royal Bhutanese Embassy, Bangkok, Thailand

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Photos from Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Royal Government of Bhutan's post
02/06/2021

Photos from Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Royal Government of Bhutan's post

02/06/2021

"The peace, prosperity, and happiness that we enjoy in Bhutan is an outcome of the enduring sacrifice of our King of Prophecy, His Majesty the Fourth Druk Gyalpo Jigme Singye Wangchuck– our most revered and beloved guardian. From the moment of His Majesty’s accession to the Throne, His Majesty has worked tirelessly to fulfill all the aspirations of His people.

By the paramount benediction of the Triple Gem; the providence of the Guardian Deities; the devout prayers of our benevolent ancestors; and the good fortune of the people, Bhutan was blessed at the most opportune moment with an exceptional leader who achieved unimaginable success during His reign.

His Majesty prioritized above all else, the profound task of Nation-Building, and ensuring the survival of our country.

His Majesty’s principal objective throughout His reign was to ease the troubles of His people, fulfill their aspirations, and empower them so that the future of our nation would be invincible. In these endeavours, His Majesty succeeded beyond imagination.

His Majesty accomplished all this, and at the same time, tended to our natural environment in such a manner that Bhutan remains to this day, a haven of beauty in which beings of all realms may delight in.

His Majesty assumed the mantle and responsibilities of Kingship at the age of 16, when ordinary people are still growing up. By the age of 51, when most people are still striving to achieve their lifelong goals, His Majesty had already accomplished prodigious feats. Where ordinary people crave wealth and power, His Majesty, in an act of superlative altruism that was unprecedented in the history of the world, abdicated the throne, crowned a new King, introduced democracy and handed over the responsibility of governance to His people.

In all His actions, His Majesty was a farsighted visionary, a benefactor of His people, whose strategies for the country demonstrated impeccable clarity of thought, and whose realization of national objectives spoke of unassailable determination and excellent statesmanship.

This is why we revere His Majesty as the Father of the Nation.

We are gathered here to offer our gratitude, tribute and respects to His Majesty. There can be no greater tribute, expression of gratitude and respect, than the pledge that we will hand over to the next generation, an even stronger, even more prosperous, and even more successful nation, and serve our country in such a manner that thousands of generations after us will continue to reap the fruits of our labours."

- His Majesty The King, 11 November 2015



The Coronation Ceremony of His Majesty King Jigme Singye Wangchuck was held on June 2, 1974. Today, in tribute to His Majesty's visionary initiatives to conserve the rich environmental wealth of Bhutan, this day is celebrated as Social Forestry Day. Due to the farsighted policies of His Majesty the Fourth Druk Gyalpo, Bhutan remains committed to keep for all time, more than 60 percent of our country under forest cover. More than half our forests are protected areas, allowing the rich flora and fauna of the Himalayas to flourish here. Even as Climate Change becomes a growing global issue, Bhutan remains carbon-negative. Our national achievements in conservation and stewardship of the environment, are just one among the numerous legacies of His Majesty the Fourth Druk Gyalpo, bequeathed to a fortunate people.

On this day, we join the people of Bhutan in offering our gratitude and tribute to our beloved Drukgyal Zhipa. May the rays of His Majesty's benevolence, wisdom, and guidance forever shine upon the people of Bhutan.

At the invitation of H.E. Mr. Moon Jae-in, President of the Republic of Korea, Hon’ble Lyonchhen H.E. (Dr.) Lotay Tsheri...
30/05/2021

At the invitation of H.E. Mr. Moon Jae-in, President of the Republic of Korea, Hon’ble Lyonchhen H.E. (Dr.) Lotay Tshering participated in the 2021 P4G (Partnering for Green Growth and the Global Goals 2030) Summit hosted virtually by the Republic of Korea from 30-31 May 2021. Lyonchhen addressed the Leader’s Session for the non-P4G partner countries on 30 May 2021 on the theme “Efforts of the International Community to Achieve Carbon Neutrality by 2050”. Lyonchhen shared how Bhutan’s visionary monarchs have pursued policies that have safeguarded its environment and underlined how the development philosophy of Gross National Happiness balances development and natural heritage. Lyonchhen highlighted that just as we claim that the impacts of climate change see no geographical boundaries, investments in green recoveries by the bigger economies need not be confined within one’s own country as we are talking about one planet.

P4G is a global initiative launched in 2017 to address the most imminent challenges that our planet faces: responding to climate change and achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030. The theme of the Summit is “Inclusive Green Recovery towards Carbon Neutrality”. The overarching aim of the Summit is to bring the international community closer together and strengthen climate action for the post-COVID world. The Summit also aims to unite the global resolve to achieve carbon neutrality and become a stepping stone for the COP 26 to be held in Glasgow.

62 leaders including 41 Heads of States and Governments and 21 leaders from international organizations are attending the Summit.

At the invitation of H.E. Mr. Moon Jae-in, President of the Republic of Korea, Hon’ble Lyonchhen H.E. (Dr.) Lotay Tshering participated in the 2021 P4G (Partnering for Green Growth and the Global Goals 2030) Summit hosted virtually by the Republic of Korea from 30-31 May 2021. Lyonchhen addressed the Leader’s Session for the non-P4G partner countries on 30 May 2021 on the theme “Efforts of the International Community to Achieve Carbon Neutrality by 2050”. Lyonchhen shared how Bhutan’s visionary monarchs have pursued policies that have safeguarded its environment and underlined how the development philosophy of Gross National Happiness balances development and natural heritage. Lyonchhen highlighted that just as we claim that the impacts of climate change see no geographical boundaries, investments in green recoveries by the bigger economies need not be confined within one’s own country as we are talking about one planet.

P4G is a global initiative launched in 2017 to address the most imminent challenges that our planet faces: responding to climate change and achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030. The theme of the Summit is “Inclusive Green Recovery towards Carbon Neutrality”. The overarching aim of the Summit is to bring the international community closer together and strengthen climate action for the post-COVID world. The Summit also aims to unite the global resolve to achieve carbon neutrality and become a stepping stone for the COP 26 to be held in Glasgow.

62 leaders including 41 Heads of States and Governments and 21 leaders from international organizations are attending the Summit.

29/05/2021

At the invitation of H.E. Mr. Moon Jae-in, President of the Republic of Korea, Hon’ble Lyonchhen H.E. (Dr.) Lotay Tshering will participate in the 2021 P4G (Partnering for Green Growth and the Global Goals 2030) Summit that will be hosted virtually by the Republic of Korea from 30-31 May 2021. Lyonchhen will address the Leader’s Session for the non-P4G partner countries on 30 May 2021 on the theme “Efforts of the International Community to Achieve Carbon Neutrality by 2050”.

The P4G Summit sessions (Green Future Session, Thematic Session and the Leader’s Session) will be streamed live @
https://virtual.2021p4g-seoulsummit.kr/home/eng/main/home.do. The Leader’s Session will be streamed live on 30 May 2021 from 1800 hours (KST) and 1500 hours (BST).

P4G is a global initiative launched in 2017 to address the most imminent challenges that our planet faces: responding to climate change and achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030. The theme of the Summit is “Inclusive Green Recovery towards Carbon Neutrality”. The overarching aim of the Summit is to bring the international community closer together and strengthen climate action for the post-COVID world. The Summit also aims to unite the global resolve to achieve carbon neutrality and become a stepping stone for the COP 26 to be held in Glasgow.

62 leaders including 41 Heads of States and Governments and 21 leaders from international organizations will be attending the Summit.

Lyonpo Dasho Dechen Wangmo, Minister for Health is currently leading a delegation at the 74th World Health Assembly (WHA...
25/05/2021

Lyonpo Dasho Dechen Wangmo, Minister for Health is currently leading a delegation at the 74th World Health Assembly (WHA) in Geneva, Switzerland, being held from 24th May to 1st June 2021. The World Health Assembly is the highest decision-making body of the World Health Organization (WHO) and is attended by delegates from all the 194 WHO Member States. The Theme for the 74th WHA’s is “Ending this pandemic, preventing the next: building together a healthier, safer and fairer world”.
Lyonpo Dasho Dechen Wangmo was elected the President of the Assembly, a position Bhutan is assuming for the first time since it became a member of the WHO in 1982. Hon’ble Lyonpo was nominated as the President of the 74th WHA by the Member States of the South East Asia Region.
Lyonpo will hold the office of the President for a duration of one year. In her opening Presidential Statement at the Assembly, Lyonpo highlighted the need for global solidarity in combating the pandemic and called for a response that is deeply rooted in the values of humanity and compassion that must rise above petty nationalism and reach out to each and every individual on this planet. She called for a global humanitarian corridor to ensure the seamless flow of medicines, vaccines and other critical health commodities and reiterated the need to ensure the provision of uninterrupted essential health services to the vulnerable population during pandemics and public health emergencies of global concern.
During her stay in Geneva, Hon’ble Lyonpo is scheduled to meet her Swiss counterpart, H.E Mr. Alain Berset, Minister of the Federal Office for Public Health and President Peter Maurer of the International Committee of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, and officials from GAVI, Global Fund and other international organizations. Hon’ble Lyonpo will also deliver a keynote address at a high-level panel discussion on “Uninterrupted Health Services for NCDs during the COVID-19 crisis” organised by the United Nations Institute for Training and Research at the margins of the 74th WHA.

REPATRIATION FLIGHT ANNOUNCEMENTA Repatriation flight is being planned from Singapore to Paro for Bhutanese on the follo...
24/05/2021

REPATRIATION FLIGHT ANNOUNCEMENT

A Repatriation flight is being planned from Singapore to Paro for Bhutanese on the following date:

DATE: 7 July 2021
DAY: Wednesday

Bhutanese in Australia wishing to avail of this flight are advised to register through the Bhutanese Associations in your City/State on or before Tuesday, 16 June 2021 (23:59 Hours BST) with the following details:

1. Name
2. Date of Birth
3. Passport No.
4. Passport Expiry date
5. Country of Residence
6. Tentative Flight itinerary from your location to Singapore
7. Total transit hours in Singapore (Transit layover Time in Singapore for all passengers should not be more than 24 hrs)
8. Contact details (Mobile Number/Email address)

Bhutanese residing in Southeast Asian countries may email the above details to [email protected] / [email protected] on or before the above mentioned date.

Travel to Singapore from your respective locations is subject to transit clearance from the Singapore authorities. Travelers are therefore advised to make reservations on available international flights for now and purchase the tickets after transit approval is received.

Kindly note the following:

1. Seats on the Paro-Singapore-Paro flight will be allotted for registered passengers only.
2. The registered travelers will be notified to purchase their flight tickets into Singapore after we receive the transit clearance from the Singapore Authorities. Information on the purchase of tickets for Druk Air (SIN-PBH sector) will also be shared thereafter.
3. Registered passengers must confirm their travel and purchase flight tickets from Druk Air 48 hours before the flight date.
4. Any cancellation within 48 hours of the flight date will not be entertained and passengers will also not be eligible for a refund.
5. For the Drukair flight, the per passenger luggage is limited to 30 Kgs for Check-in baggage and 7 Kgs for Carry-on baggage.

Outbound passengers will be required to sign the Undertaking Letter with the Department of Immigration, Ministry of Home and Cultural Affairs.

The procedures can be accessed at https://www.doi.gov.bt/?page_id=1944&lang=en.

For additional information and registration of outbound passengers, please contact the following officials:

1. Ms. Pema Seldon, [email protected], #975-17482795
2. Mr. Sonam Kelzang, [email protected], #975-17757492
3. Mr. Sangay Tenzing, [email protected], #975-17424595

Wishing Her Majesty The Royal Grandmother Gyalyum Kesang Choeden Wangchuck a very Happy 91st  Birthday. We offer our dee...
21/05/2021

Wishing Her Majesty The Royal Grandmother Gyalyum Kesang Choeden Wangchuck a very Happy 91st Birthday.

We offer our deep respects and prayers for the continued wellbeing, good health and happiness of Her Majesty.

Photos from Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Royal Government of Bhutan's post
13/05/2021

Photos from Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Royal Government of Bhutan's post

13/05/2021
28/04/2021

The Hon’ble Foreign Minister (Dr.) Tandi Dorji’s address at the Special Body for the Least Developed Countries (LDCs), Landlocked Least Developing Countries (LLDCs), and the Pacific Island Developing States (PIDS) held today.

The Special Body discussed regional cooperation in response to the Coronavirus pandemic and its impacts, with a focus on strengthening the resilience of LDCs, LLDCs and PIDS.

Discussions were also held on ways to further strengthen greater connectivity and to build resilience from a position of strength at a time of significant risks unleashed by different crises.

#77th session of the Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (virtual)- Day 3

With deep respect and reverence, the Embassy would like to offer our sincere prayers for the continued wellbeing and lon...
27/04/2021

With deep respect and reverence, the Embassy would like to offer our sincere prayers for the continued wellbeing and long life of His Holiness The Je Khenpo Trulku Jigme Choeda as we commemorate the 25th Anniversary of His Holiness’s accession as the 70th Je Khenpo of Bhutan.

With deep respect and reverence, the Embassy would like to offer our sincere prayers for the continued wellbeing and long life of His Holiness The Je Khenpo Trulku Jigme Choeda as we commemorate the 25th Anniversary of His Holiness’s accession as the 70th Je Khenpo of Bhutan.

26/04/2021

Hon'ble Lyonchhen Dr. Lotay Tshering's address at the inaugural of the 77th Commission Session of the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UN-ESCAP) held today.

Hon’ble Lyonchhen was among the 16 leaders of the Asia Pacific Region to address the session.

Foreign Minister Dr. Tandi Dorji will be addressing the meeting of the Special Body on Least Developed, Landlocked Developing, and Pacific Island Developing Countries, on 28th April 2021.

The Commission session which is being held virtually will conclude on 29th April 2021.

The Hon’ble Prime Minister H.E. (Dr.) Lotay Tshering will address the inaugural session of the 77th session of the Econo...
25/04/2021

The Hon’ble Prime Minister H.E. (Dr.) Lotay Tshering will address the inaugural session of the 77th session of the Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) on 26 April 2021. The Commission session will be held virtually from 26 to 29 April 2021 under the theme, “Building back better from crises through regional cooperation in Asia and the Pacific”.

The Commission session will analyze the socio-economic impacts of the pandemic in countries of Asia and the Pacific and deliberate ways to further strengthen regional cooperation and connectivity and to build resilience from a position of strength at a time of significant risks unleashed by different crises.

The session will also review the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development in Asia and the Pacific, consider issues vital to the inclusive and sustainable Development of Least Developed Countries (LDC), Landlocked Developing Countries (LLDCS) and Pacific Island Developing States (PIDS), and discuss the proposed programme plan of ESCAP for 2022.

The Foreign Minister Lyonpo (Dr.) Tandi Dorji will also address the Meeting of the Special Body for the leaders from LDC, LLDC and PIDS of Asia and the Pacific, on 28 April 2021. The Foreign Minister will share the lessons learnt as Bhutan prepares to graduate from the LDC category in 2023. The session will discuss regional cooperation in response to the Coronavirus disease and its impacts and focus on strengthening the resilience of LDC, LLDCs and PIDS in the wake of pandemic.

The UN ESCAP was established in 1947 with its headquarters in Bangkok, Thailand. It is the regional development arm of the United Nations for the Asia-Pacific region with 53 Member States and 9 Associate Members with a geographical scope that covers 4.1 billion people or two thirds of the world’s population.

Bhutan has been a member of ESCAP since January 1972.

The Opening of the Ministerial Segment can be watched on Youtube - Link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UMDhVO6iBpQ.

The Hon’ble Prime Minister H.E. (Dr.) Lotay Tshering will address the inaugural session of the 77th session of the Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) on 26 April 2021. The Commission session will be held virtually from 26 to 29 April 2021 under the theme, “Building back better from crises through regional cooperation in Asia and the Pacific”.

The Commission session will analyze the socio-economic impacts of the pandemic in countries of Asia and the Pacific and deliberate ways to further strengthen regional cooperation and connectivity and to build resilience from a position of strength at a time of significant risks unleashed by different crises.

The session will also review the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development in Asia and the Pacific, consider issues vital to the inclusive and sustainable Development of Least Developed Countries (LDC), Landlocked Developing Countries (LLDCS) and Pacific Island Developing States (PIDS), and discuss the proposed programme plan of ESCAP for 2022.

The Foreign Minister Lyonpo (Dr.) Tandi Dorji will also address the Meeting of the Special Body for the leaders from LDC, LLDC and PIDS of Asia and the Pacific, on 28 April 2021. The Foreign Minister will share the lessons learnt as Bhutan prepares to graduate from the LDC category in 2023. The session will discuss regional cooperation in response to the Coronavirus disease and its impacts and focus on strengthening the resilience of LDC, LLDCs and PIDS in the wake of pandemic.

The UN ESCAP was established in 1947 with its headquarters in Bangkok, Thailand. It is the regional development arm of the United Nations for the Asia-Pacific region with 53 Member States and 9 Associate Members with a geographical scope that covers 4.1 billion people or two thirds of the world’s population.

Bhutan has been a member of ESCAP since January 1972.

The Opening of the Ministerial Segment can be watched on Youtube - Link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UMDhVO6iBpQ.

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This is the official page of the Royal Bhutanese Embassy in Bangkok, Thailand.

The Royal Bhutanese Embassy in Bangkok represents Bhutan in Thailand. The Embassy is concurrently accredited to Australia, Myanmar and Singapore. The Embassy represents the political, economic, and cultural interests of Bhutan in these countries. The Embassy also provides consular services to Bhutanese citizens residing in or travelling to Thailand, Australia, Myanmar and Singapore.

The Embassy through this page aims to build stronger social connections with all the Bhutanese as well as friends of Bhutan in Thailand, Singapore, Myanmar and Australia. The page will provide useful information and updates and, remind everyone of the presence of a Bhutanese Embassy in Thailand.

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