The Embassy provides notarial services for official documents to be used in Singapore. Certain documents, such as Thai government documents which are translated into English, must be legalised by the Legalisation Division of the Department of Consular Affairs, Thai Ministry of Foreign Affairs before they can be notarised by the Embassy.
For more details on Thai MFA’s address, contact information, opening hours, legalisation service requirements and fees, please refer to https://consular.mfa.go.th.
Should you be uncertain about the need for your documents to be legalised by the Department of Consular Affairs (prior to coming to the Embassy) and/or have other queries on the notarisation process, please contact the Embassy for more information.
Please bring along your passport or identity card as a form of identification.
The processing time for notarisation of documents is half a working day. Documents submitted in the morning can be collected in the afternoon on the same day, while documents submitted in the afternoon can be collected in the morning of the following working day.
In line with health protocols arising from COVID-19, prior appointment for the following notarial services should be made before coming to the Embassy:
• Execution (signing) of official documents in the presence of a Consular officer; and
• Execution of affidavit for the purpose of registration of marriage in Thailand.
Priority will be given to those who have made prior appointments and arrive on time for their appointments.
To make an appointment, visit https://calendly.com/singemb_bkk to book an available slot. Appointments can only be made 1 to 10 working days in advance.
Please be advised that the Embassy may refuse to process documents that are not signed in the presence of the Consular Officer (i.e. pre-signed documents).