Setting up your company address in Thailand

Updated: May 13, 2018

We’ve made it easy for you to set up and manage your business address in Thailand!




Registering your first business in Thailand can be scary and complex and sources of information is scarce. Especially regarding legislation and Virtual offices in Bangkok, it is often hard to get an overview if you don't speak Thai.




Many business service providers offer practically illegal solutions for setting up a business registration in Thailand, but it doesn't have to be that way.



Mint Workspace Co., Ltd. will provide you with all the necessary insight you need to legally set up and register a business address in Thailand. This includes a private office unit big enough to accommodate four Thai staff and a director, which is a legal requirement of the Department of Business Development in Thailand.


The office unit needs to have your full company name on the door in Thai and English if you prefer. The door also needs to have a visible number of the unit which helps the Thai government ensure that the office is physically in existance. Many business service companies tries to cut corners here, this is not legal and puts your business at risk.


The government usually does not check up on your Virtual Office or physical office in Thailand until you get your VAT registration and start making a profit. However moving your address afterwards is a costly and timeconsuming effort, so there is no reason not to do it right the first time.