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davidge

Tourist Visa from Cardiff Consulate - easy peasy

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davidge

Got a visa for my summer trip today so thought I'd post in case anyone else needs one.

The Thai Consulate in Cardiff is in the Cardiff Bay area. If driving, leave M4 at J33 and follow the road to the bay. Get off the dual carriageway when you see the signs for Techniquest and park opposite it. Consulate is a 5 minute walk. If going by train, get the Cardiff Baycar bus (number 6)  behind the train station. £1.80 single, exact money only. Get off at Wales Millennium Centre. Consulate a 5 minute walk.

It's open 9-12, Mon-Fri and you must phone for an appointment. Not too busy so a couple of weeks ahead is plenty.

This is the building(note brass plaque):

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Ring the buzzer as you go in and there's a small waiting room & an office with 2 blokes.

I'd printed off the application form from the website so didn't need to fill one in when I got there. Handed the form, my passport, 2 photos (not 1 as it says on form) and £35 (£25 + £10 admin fee) to one of the blokes.

My appointment was at 10am. I arrived at 9.45 and at 9.55 I left with my SETV.

Simples :P

 

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Gaztop08

Yes good place .As stated there is now a £10 admin fee. Don.t remember paying  that before.

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jorgethepussylover

you not get visa free when go plane to airport?

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davidge
13 minutes ago, jorgethepussylover said:

you not get visa free when go plane to airport?

I'm staying longer than 30 days next trip.

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Insomniac

:D

Appointments and Admin Fees now. Wales going downhill. Although it has been 10 years since I was there.

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dayo202
On ‎04‎/‎05‎/‎2017 at 18:55, davidge said:

Got a visa for my summer trip today so thought I'd post in case anyone else needs one.

The Thai Consulate in Cardiff is in the Cardiff Bay area. If driving, leave M4 at J33 and follow the road to the bay. Get off the dual carriageway when you see the signs for Techniquest and park opposite it. Consulate is a 5 minute walk. If going by train, get the Cardiff Baycar bus (number 6)  behind the train station. £1.80 single, exact money only. Get off at Wales Millennium Centre. Consulate a 5 minute walk.

It's open 9-12, Mon-Fri and you must phone for an appointment. Not too busy so a couple of weeks ahead is plenty.

This is the building(note brass plaque):

IMG_1638.JPG

Ring the buzzer as you go in and there's a small waiting room & an office with 2 blokes.

I'd printed off the application form from the website so didn't need to fill one in when I got there. Handed the form, my passport, 2 photos (not 1 as it says on form) and £35 (£25 + £10 admin fee) to one of the blokes.

My appointment was at 10am. I arrived at 9.45 and at 9.55 I left with my SETV.

Simples :P

 

can you apply by post or you need to go down there in person ?

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davidge
12 hours ago, dayo202 said:

can you apply by post or you need to go down there in person ?

In person only at Consulate. Telephone first for appointment.

By post to Embassy in London if you prefer.

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