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Visa Services For Royal Embassy Of Thailand

Applicants or their representative from Peshawar, Islamabad, Sialkot, Gujranwala, Lahore, Faisalabad & Multan can submit their Thai visa applications at nearest Gerry’s Visa Drop Box for processing at the Royal Thai Embassy, Islamabad.

Visa Categories:

 

Following are the types of visa applications being dealt by Gerry’s Visa Drop Box: Transit Visa (Single Entry), Transit Visa (Double Entry), Tourist Visa (Single Entry), Non-Immigrant Visa (Single Entry) (Business, Conferences, Exhibitions etc), Non-Immigrant Visa (One Year Multiple Entry).

Gerry’s Visa Drop Box Offices

Islamabad: Gerry’s Building, adjacent to Punjab Cash and Carry, Park road Chattha Bakhtawar, Chak Shahzad, Islamabad.
Peshawar: Deans Trade Center, Saddar Cantt.
Lahore: 20/20A Opposite Ganga Ram Hospital, Queens Road.
Gujranwala: 384-A, Beneath Pizza Hutt, Latif Mall, Main Market Model Town
Faisalabad:   679 Batala Colony, Ghouri Arcade, Main Satiana Road, Saleemi Chowk. 
Multan: Business City Plaza, Bosan Road
Sialkot: 786, Kashmir Rd, Pacca Garha, Sialkot
Karachi:  43/1/D Razi Road Block 6, P.E.C.H.S. 
Hyderabad:  Shop No 3and 12 Indus Ranches Ground Floor Near RT Restaurant Auto Bhan Road Shah Latifabad Hyderabad
Quetta:

Sukkur:
Shop# S-9, Swiss Plaza M.A. Jinnah Road.

Unit # C-7, City Bangalow, Shikarpur Road, Sukkur.

VISA APPLICATION PROCESS

Applications can be submitted without an appointment at Gerry's Visa Drop Box offices personally by the applicants or through any representatives. It is strongly recommended to provide all documents as required by the Embassy. Applicants/representatives have to bring two sets of visa application form duly signed by the applicant along with applicant's original

  • Passport
  • Photographs
  • Bank Statement (1 Year & must have an amount not less than PKR 100,000)
  • E-Ticket
  • Hotel Booking
  • NTN Certificate
  • MRC & FRC Attested by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for Family Applications
  • All other supporting documents
  • Embassy fee
  • Gerry’s service charges in cash

GENERAL INFORMATION

Visa Categories and Requirements

Process Time

The Royal Thai Embassy takes 05 working days to process the visa applications. This time could vary depending on the procedures at the Embassy. Applicants are advised to submit their applications minimum 10 days prior to their departure date.

After issuance of the Visa

All visitors to Thailand must be being possession of minimum US$ 500 or equivalent to that amount in any major currency. Anyone who fails to comply with this regulation may be refused to enter Thailand by the Thai Immigration authority at the port of entry.

The Kingdom of Thailand has a total area of 513,120 km² (198,120 sq. mi). Thailand comprises several distinct geographic regions, partly corresponding to the provincial groups. The north of the country is the mountainous area of the Thai highlands, with the highest point being Doi Inthanon in the Thanon Thong Chai Range at 2,565 meters (8,415 ft.) above sea-level. The northeast, Isan, consists of the Khorat Plateau, bordered to the east by the Mekong River. Southern Thailand consists of the narrow Kra Isthmus that widens into the Malay Peninsula. Bangkok is the capital of Thailand and its total population is around 68,863,51. Thai is the national language of Thailand. According to an estimate out the of 100%, 94.50% of the population is Buddhist, 4.29% is Muslim, 1.17% Christian, 0.03% Hindus and 0.01% are Unaffiliated.
Thailand is divided into three seasons: The first is the rainy or southwest monsoon season (mid–May to mid–October) which prevails over most of the country. Dry spells commonly occur for 1 to 2 weeks from June to early July. Winter or the northeast monsoon starts from mid–October until mid–February. Thailand's climate is influenced by monsoon winds that have a seasonal character (the southwest and northeast monsoon). The southwest monsoon, which starts from May until October is characterized by movement of warm, moist air from the Indian Ocean to Thailand, causing abundant rain over most of the country. The northeast monsoon, starting from October until February brings cold and dry air from China over most of Thailand. The best time to travel is during the cool and dry season between November and early April. The weather on the east coast is good for most of the year, with the lowest rainfall in January and February and the highest in November.
Transport in Thailand is varied and chaotic, with no one dominant means of transport. For long distance travel, bus transport dominates. Low-speed rail travel has long been a rural long-distance transport mechanism, though plans are underway to expand services with high-speed rail lines extending to several major regions of Thailand. Road transportation is the primary form of freight transport across the country.
Thai culture has been shaped by many influences, including Indian, Lao, Burmese, Cambodian, and Chinese. Its traditions incorporate a great deal of influence from India, China, Cambodia, and the rest of Southeast Asia. Thailand's national religion, Theravada Buddhism, is central to modern Thai identity. Thai Buddhism has evolved over time to include many regional beliefs originating from Hinduism, animism, as well as ancestor worship. The official calendar in Thailand is based on the Eastern version of the Buddhist Era(BE), which is 543 years ahead of the Gregorian (Western) calendar. Thus the year 2015 is 2558 BE in Thailand. Overseas Chinese also form a significant part of Thai society, particularly in and around Bangkok. Their successful integration into Thai society has allowed this group to hold positions of economic and political power. Thai Chinese businesses prosper as part of the larger bamboo network, a network of overseas Chinese businesses operating in the markets of Southeast Asia that share common family and cultural ties. As with other Asian cultures, respect towards ancestors is an essential part of Thai spiritual practice. Thais have a strong sense of hospitality and generosity, but also a strong sense of social hierarchy. Seniority is paramount in Thai culture. Elders have by tradition ruled in family decisions or ceremonies. Older siblings have duties to younger ones.
Thai cuisine blends five fundamental tastes: sweet, spicy, sour, bitter, and salty. Common ingredients used in Thai cuisine include garlic, chilies, lime juice, lemongrass, coriander, galangal, palm sugar, and fish sauce (nam pla). The staple food in Thailand is rice, particularly jasmine variety rice (also known as "hom Mali" rice) which forms a part of almost every meal. Thailand was long[when?] the world's largest exporter of rice, and Thais domestically consume over 100 kg of milled rice per person per year. Over 5,000 varieties of rice from Thailand are preserved in the rice gene bank of the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI), based in the Philippines.
Sports include Thai boxing, Football, Volleyball, Takraw, Snooker, Rugby, Golf, Basketball, weightlifting, and taekwondo.
Natural beauty such as beaches, tropical island resorts with coral reefs, hiking and camping in national parks, mountains, deserts and forests, are examples of traditional tourist attractions to spend summer vacations. Other examples of cultural tourist attractions include historical places, monuments, ancient temples, zoos, aquaria, museums and art galleries, botanical gardens, buildings and structures (e.g., castles, libraries, former prisons, skyscrapers, bridges), theme parks and carnivals, living history museums, signs, ethnic enclave communities, historic trains and cultural events. Factory tours, industrial heritage, creative art and crafts workshops are the object of cultural niches like industrial tourism and creative tourism.

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