Lodge St John is Thailand’s oldest Freemason’s lodge, having been established in 1911. The Lodge is located in Bangkok on the Roll of the Grand Lodge of Scotland with number 1072, within the District Grand Lodge of the Middle East.
The Lodge meets on the last Wednesday of the month except July & December (recess) and February (Installation). Tyling for Regular Meetings is 18:30, and all meetings are at the Bangkok Masonic Hall.
We welcome Freemasons from all Constitutions in Amity with the Grand Lodge of Scotland, and we welcome interested gentlemen to contact us.
What is Freemasonry?
Lodge St John, Bangkok, has a charter from the Grand Lodge of Scotland. We share what the Grand Lodge says regarding what Freemasonry is.
What are the lodge activities?
Learn of the regular activities brethren of Lodge St John engage in, and see if this is something you would like to be part of.
How do I join the lodge?
Learn the steps to becoming a member of Lodge St John, Bangkok, and consequently a Freemason and a brother in a global community.
Lodge St John
Whether you are visiting brother or an interested gentleman, use our form to contact our Secretary directly.
Freemasonry in Thailand?
A paper describing the history of Freemasonry in Thailand including the steps that led to Lodge St John being consecrated in 1911.
The Lodge St John Masonic Hall is located in north-west Bangkok. We are on Google Maps. Find out more on our contact page.