The Royal Thai Consulate is located at 35 Lord St, Liverpool L2 9SQ, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with The Royal Thai Consulate and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Paul S

5 Google Rating

I had a 10/10 experience with the Thai Embassy Liverpool, Sue is very professional even though they

5/ 5

I had a 10/10 experience with the Thai Embassy Liverpool, Sue is very professional even though they are experiencing huge numbers of applications she was able to do my tourist visa in the space of 24 hours. I never knew we had an embassy In Liverpool but will definitely be using them a lot more in the future. Thanks once again for making my visa experience so straightforward.

J W

4 Google Rating

A small Consulate for the Royal Thai Kingdom. Communication by email is a fast way and a certainly e

4/ 5

A small Consulate for the Royal Thai Kingdom. Communication by email is a fast way and a certainly easier way of sending documents before the 'interview' to obtain any visa requirements. Friendly and effective staff. The only minor grudges is that there is no privacy in the small reception / desk area and most conversations can be overheard.

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5 Google Rating

Sue and Sharon are sweethearts, I always enjoy my VISA visits here because they're both a breath of

5/ 5

Sue and Sharon are sweethearts, I always enjoy my VISA visits here because they're both a breath of fresh air.

Billy Hudson

5 Google Rating

Very friendly staff and made it easy to apply for my tourist visa.

5/ 5

Very friendly staff and made it easy to apply for my tourist visa.

Sulawan Middlehurst

5 Google Rating

My husband has used Liverpool consulate for a good few years,He says that they certainly go the extr

5/ 5

My husband has used Liverpool consulate for a good few years,He says that they certainly go the extra mile to help him.Brilliant

Ian Davies

4 Google Rating

Gold star very professional

4/ 5

Gold star very professional

David Allen

4 Google Rating

Excellent service. Easy to find in Central Liverpool. The staff were very polite. And also great amb

4/ 5

Excellent service. Easy to find in Central Liverpool. The staff were very polite. And also great ambassadors for the City of Liverpool.

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