Thailand Embassy and Consulates in Iceland
Holidays to be Observed in 2021
The Embassies and Consulates of Thailand may close on the following Icelandic and Thai holidays in 2021/2022:
|Asahna Bucha Day (in lieu)||Tuesday, July 06||2 weeks, 2 days|
|Buddhist Lent||Wednesday, July 07||2 weeks, 3 days|
|H.M. King's Birthday||Wednesday, July 28||1 month, 1 week|
|Commerce Day||Tuesday, August 03||1 month, 2 weeks|
|H.M. Queen Mother's Birthday||Thursday, August 12||1 month, 3 weeks|
|The Passing of King Bhumibol||Wednesday, October 13||3 months, 3 weeks|
|Chulalongkorn Day||Saturday, October 23||4 months|
|Father's Day||Monday, November 08||4 months, 3 weeks|
|Father's Day||Sunday, December 05||5 months, 2 weeks|
|King Bhumibol's Birthday||Tuesday, December 07||5 months, 2 weeks|
|Thailand Constitution Day||Friday, December 10||5 months, 3 weeks|
1. How many Thai Embassies/Consulates are there in Iceland?
Thailand currently maintains 1 diplomatic representative office in Iceland including and Reykjavik.
2 - Do Icelandic citizens need a visa for Thailand?
Citizens of Iceland (holders of regular passports) can travel to Thailand for 30 days without having to apply or obtain a Thai visa for short-term tourism.
3- What is the Holiday Calendar of Thai embassies in Iceland?
The Thai representative offices in Iceland will be closed in observance of the following Icelandic and Thai holidays in 2021/2021:
- Asahna Bucha Day (in lieu) (TH) Tue, Jul 06, 2021 (2 weeks, 2 days)
Time in Thailand vs Iceland
Bangkok, Thailand time is 7:00 hours ahead of Reykjavik, Iceland