The Philippine Embassy in Thailand on November 10 has announced its schedule of consular activities for November and December 2015.
The Philippine Embassy in Thailand is joining the Filipino people in celebrating the annual Drug Abuse Prevention and Control Week (DAPC Week) on November 15-21.
The website of the Philippine Embassy in Thailand will be temporarily unavailable due to scheduled maintenance, said in a statement posted on Facebook on November 5.
You can now send money to the Philippines for as low as 199 Baht in one of the latest SpeedSend promotions available at any CIMB Thai Bank nationwide.
Airfare round trip tickets courtesy of Philippine Airlines (PAL) and “balikbayan” boxes from Seabra will also be given away during the raffle draws which costs 20 baht per ticket.
AirAsia has issued a travel advisory in connection with the upcoming Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Summit on November 18-19 in Manila as advised by the Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA).
Philippine Airlines may cancel more flights as new information comes in on the flight movements of APEC leaders.
If you are interested to perform, please contact Jezreel Llanera at mobile number 0992190683, or send an inbox message to PinoyThaiyo Facebook page.
Filipinos who want to avail of the above mentioned consular service applications are advised to come early as it will be held on a first-come, first-served basis.
The extension of validity for machine-readable passports (MRP) and ePassports will be free of charge until December 2015, said the Philippine Embassy in Bangkok.