Lodge Descriptions

Bangkok Chiang Mai Hat Yai Pattaya Phuket

Thailand offers the richest and most diverse Masonic community on the planet.  Only in Thailand can you visit lodges from six different constitutions working in three languages.

Bangkok

United Grand Lodge of England

Chula Lodge, No. 9745 – Founded in 2001.  Please contact the lodge secretary for meeting dates and times.

Grand Lodge of Ireland

Lodge Morakot, No. 945 – Founded in 1995, Morakot was the first Irish lodge in Thailand.  Please contact the lodge secretary for meeting dates and times.

Grand Lodge of Scotland

Lodge St. John, No. 1072 – Lodge St. John was the first and is the largest lodge of Freemasons in Thailand.  Founded in 1911 after a tumultuous start, through two world wars and several coups and other domestic difficulties, this lodge has survived and is prospering today.  Meetings are held at the Lodge St. John Masonic Hall.  Please contact the lodge secretary for meeting dates and times.

Lodge Lane Xang, No. 1632 – Lodge Lane Xang was originally consecrated in Vientiane, Laos in 1967 and worked there until the communist overthrow.  The lodge finally went into darkness in 1976 but was reopened by concerned brethren in 2000 in Bangkok.  Please contact the lodge secretary for meeting dates and times.

Lodge Ratanakosin, No. 1833 – Consecrated as the world’s first Thai language lodge in 2006 and meets in Bangkok.  Please contact the lodge secretary for meeting dates and times.

Grand East of the Netherlands

Loge Erasmus, Nbr. 297 – Founded in 2006, Loge Erasmus is a Dutch lodge working continental Masonry in English.  Please contact the lodge secretary for meeting dates and times.

Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge of Delaware

Siam Military Lodge #30 – The kingdom’s only Prince Hall lodge.  Please contact the lodge secretary for meeting dates and times.

National Grand Lodge of France (GLNF)

Lodge Tantawan Fleur du Soleil, No. 1030 – (French speaking) Founded in 1996, Lodge Tantawan was the first French speaking lodge in Bangkok.  Tantawan work an elegant and interesting continental Masonry with skill and drama.  They are especially friendly and helpful to their non-Francophone visitors.  Please contact the lodge secretary for meeting dates and times.

Lodge Hoa sen Lumière – (French speaking) Founded in 2005, this lodge is intended to work in Vietnam once conditions there improve to the point where Masonry is possible.  Please contact the lodge secretary for meeting dates and times.

Lodge Foederis Arca in the Orient of Shanghai, No. 1524 – (French speaking)  Founded and consecrated in 2005 by the Most Worshipful Grand Master of the GLNF and his Grand Warden, a rare and exceptional privilege for an equally exceptional lodge.  Most of the members live in China and meet in Bangkok.  Please contact the lodge secretary for meeting dates and times.

Lodge Star in the East, No. 1600 – (English speaking)  Founded in 2007, this is the world’s first GLNF lodge working the AASR craft degrees in English.  Please contact the lodge secretary for meeting dates and times.

Chiang Mai

Lodge Les 7 Niveaux de la Sagesse, No. 891, GLNF – (French speaking)  The first French lodge in Thailand was founded in Chiang Mai in 1994. The lodge ceased working in 2003, but happily resumed in 2007. Please contact the secretary for meeting dates and times.

Hat Yai

Lodge Songkhla, No. 936, IC – Founded in 2005 to extend Irish Freemasonry to the far south.  Please contact the secretary for meeting dates and times.

Pattaya

Lodge Pattaya West Winds, No. 1803, SC – Founded in 1992 by several brethren living in Pattaya trying to bring a more positive image to that beautiful city.  Please contact the secretary for meeting dates and times.

Phuket

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