By Paula Parker
Thai Visas are subject to constant change, it is advisable to check with your local Thai Embassy or Consulate to be certain that you are up to date with the current regulations.
Throughout this page we will endeavor to give you an overview of the regulations and provide you with some information.
There are a number of different types of visas, of which we have outlined for you below.
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As of the 1st October 2022 all travelers can freely travel to Thailand. You can read all the up to date information here.
Whilst there is no requirements for compulsory insurance we still highly recommend to take out travel insurance.
Tourist Visa exemptions are available for passport holders from countries which are exempt from Visa requirements when entering Thailand for tourism purposes only, you will be able to stay in Thailand for up to 30 days.
You can check if you require a Thai visa and apply for your Thai visa here
This exemption only applies if you:
Exiting Thailand by bus or train to neighboring countries is not accepted.
Thailand shares land borders with Cambodia, Myanmar, Malaysia and Laos, allowing visitors to easily travel from country to country. If your planning on entering Thailand via one of the land borders you will be granted a visa that allows you to stay in the country for 15 days for tourism purposes only.
You will need the following:
If you are staying longer than 30 days in Thailand, the tourist visa allows you to stay in Thailand for no longer than 60 days.
However, you can extend your tourist visa for an additional 30 days with the immigration bureau by visiting the nearest Thai Embassy or Consulate.
You can also apply for your Thai Visa online
Disclaimer This information is to be used as a guide only.
Prior to traveling to Thailand check with your local Thai embassy or consulate to get the latest visa regulations.
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