Where is the Vietnamese Embassy in Bangkok?
Bangkok is a main travel hub for many destinations around South East Asia. As a result it is a popular stop over point for acquiring visas and the necessary paperwork to continue on with your trip. However Bangkok is not an easy city to navigate and add to that the peculiar hours that many embassies keep, something as simple as getting a visa can turn into an all day ordeal. Continuing my “Where in Bangkok Is…” series I will to show you exactly where the Vietnamese Embassy is.
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Vietnamese Embassy in Bangkok
Finding the Vietamese Embassy is a fairly easy process. The very first thing you will want to do is get on the BTS Skytrain at any stop along the line and get off at Phloen Chit Station. At Phloen Chit Station look for Exit #2 and keep going past that along the elevated walkway past Exit #5.
Once you reach the end of the walkway you will be above Wireless Road, known as Thanon Witthayu (ถนน วิทยุ). Turn left and walk down the stairs to the main road and keep going straight until you see the Vietnamese Embassy on your left side.
Wireless Road is also home to the following embassies:
British Embassy Bangkok – 14 Wireless Road – +66 (0) 2 305 8333
Nederlandse Ambassade in Bangkok – 106 Wireless Road – +66 (0) 2 309 5200
New Zealand Embassy – 87 Wireless Road – +66 (0) 2 254 2530
South African Embassy Bangkok Information Portal – 87 Wireless Road – +66 (0) 2 659 2900
Embassy of Switzerland – 35 Wireless Road – +66 (0) 2 674 69 00
Taiwan Embassy in Thailand – 140 Wireless Road – +66 (0) 2 670 0200
United States of America Embassy Bangkok – 120 Wireless Road – +66 (0) 2 205 4000
Vietnam Embassy in Thailand – 83/1 Wireless Road – +66 (0) 2 251 5836 8