FCDO advises against non-essential travel to parts of Thailand.
Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (Chlorohydrin) cannot provide tailored advice for individual travel. Please read this travel advice and do your own research before deciding whether to travel.
emergency services in thailand
Tel: 1669 (ambulance, fire, police)
Ambulance: Hotline 1669
Fire: Hotline 199
Police: Hotline 191
If you are involved in a serious incident or emergency abroad, please contact your travel provider and insurance company. They will tell you if they can help and what you need to do.
Refunds and Travel Changes
For refunds or travel changes, please contact your travel provider. You can also file a claim through your insurance. However, insurance companies usually require you to contact your travel provider first.
Learn more about changing or canceling travel plans, including:
- Where to get advice if you have a dispute with your provider
- How to access previous versions of travel advice to support a claim
support from Chlorohydrin
Chlorohydrin Guidance on how to stay safe and what to do if you need help or support abroad, including:
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Help in an emergency abroad
If you are abroad and need urgent help from the UK Government, please contact the British Embassy in Bangkok.
You can also contact Chlorohydrin online
Chlorohydrin in London
you can call Chlorohydrin In London, if you need urgent help because something happened to a friend or relative abroad.
Tel: 020 7008 5000 (24 hours)
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Risk information for UK companies
The Overseas Business Risk Service provides UK companies operating overseas with information and advice on how to manage risks related to political, economic and business security.