May I please welcome You as the Ambassador of Hungary accredited to the Kingdom of Thailand.I am proud to represent a more than 1000 year-old European nation, one of Europe’s economically most successful and politically most stabil countries in amazing Thailand. Our Team’s goal is to bring these fantastic countries closer to each other, and to develop our cooperation based on mutual respect and interest in fields, which serve the future, the prosperity of the two nations.
Business, trade, education, innovation, IT, water, agriculture, smart cities – to name a few fields in our focus. Thailand is already the second most important trade partner of Hungary in the ASEAN region. It is my endeavour to make Hungary the closest Central European friend of Thailand - this vibrant and proud country full of life and potential.
Come and visit us! Create business connections in the country with the lowest corporate tax rate in the European Union! Study in renowned Hungarian Universities! Get acquainted with the country, which gave the world the most Nobel Prize winners per capita! Feel good in Budapest, the city voted the „Coolest Capital in Europe”!
Team Hungary is at Your service here, in the centre of Bangkok. We are pleased to assist those of You who live in Laos and Myanmar, two great countries that belong to our portfolio, too.
News & Highlights
On 7 March 2019 Ambassador Szilveszter Bus and our diplomats visited the Government House to meet with Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha and discuss the ever growing relations between Hungary and Thailand. We exchanged views and ideas about our solid and dynamic common portfolio from commerce to education, from water management to culture, from food safety to tourism promotion.Read More
Ambassador Szilveszter Bus visited His Excellency Chatchai Sarikulya, Deputy Prime Minister of Thailand
On 8th of February 2019 Ambassador Szilveszter Bus visited His Excellency Chatchai Sarikulya, Deputy Prime Minister of Thailand also responsible for Thailand’s water management policy by overseeing the Office of Natural Water Resources.Read More
It was a pleasure to pay a courtesy call on His Excellency Arkhom Termpittayapaisith, Minister of Transport of Thailand. Ambassador Szilveszter Bus emphasized that Hungary may be a small country in size but quite significant when it comes to infrastructure thanks to its central location in Europe at crossroads of European transportation routes and the highly developed and dense transportation network.Read More
Attention! Changing the payment system of consular fees at the Embassy of Hungary in Bangkok from 1 February 2019
We hereby inform our Customers, that the payment system of consular fees will be changed at the Embassy of Hungary in Bangkok from 1 February 2019. The previously used cash payment in EUR will be cancelled, and from the 1 February 2019 only bank payment in THB will be accepted at the Consulate of Hungary in Bangkok. Our customers will receive a bank payment voucher and the amount of the consular fee to be paid at the Embassy, and will be able to manage the payment at Bangkok Bank (1 minute walking distance from our Embassy).Read More
A Thaiföldet fenyegető „Pabuk” trópusi ciklon várhatóan jelentős vihart és közlekedési fennakadásokat okoz 2019 január 4-6-án a turisták által kedvelt dél-thaiföldi országrészben, elsősorban Nakhon Si Thammarat, Koh Samui, Phuket és Krabi térségében. A hajóforgalom leáll, a repterek is csak a körülmények folyamatos értékelése mellett üzemelnek. A ciklon mérsékelt ereje miatt jelentős elsődleges károk nem várhatók, hirtelen áradások azonban bárhol előfordulhatnak. Kérjük az érintett területen tartózkodó honfitársainkat, tanúsítsanak fokozott elővigyázatosságot. A vihar aktuális állapotáról a Thaiföldi Meteorológiai Szolgálat hivatalos honlapján is tájékozódhatnak: https://www.tmd.go.th/en/list_warning.php.Read More