General elections were held in Siam in October and November 1933 to elect 78 of the 156 members of the House of Representatives, with the other 76 appointed by the King. The elections were held on an indirect basis, with voters electing sub-district representatives between 10 October and 15 November, and the representatives then electing members of parliament on 16 November.
1933 Siamese general election
At the time there were no political parties, so all candidates ran as independents. Voter turnout was 41.5%. This was the first parliamentary election in Siamese history.