Thailand Tourist Visa


Thailand Visa

Thai Tourist Visa
Thailand is a beautiful country. Long regarded as the jewel of Asia, its tropical weather and rich culture act as natural magnets for those around the world. Year after year, visitors return for affordable holidays and unique experiences.

A large part of Thailand’s commerce is tourism. As the tourism hub of Asia, millions of travelers help generate revenue each year. Businesses cater to providing the best experience for holidaymakers, and as Covid fades, travel restrictions ease and borders open. It is time to once again venture into the world.

Travel is almost as easy as it was before the pandemic, but like pre-Covid times, there are certain guidelines and processes for entering Thailand. This page will show how you can visit Thailand for an extended holiday.

Visiting Thailand as Tourist

Tourist Visa for Thailand

Visiting Thailand is easy. Many nationalities can visit the Land of Smiles without a visa under the Visa on Arrival rule or Visa Exemption scheme. These options allow visitors to stay from 15 up to 30 days.

Tourists are travelers who visit the country for leisure. It is important to note that a tourist cannot work or conduct business while in the country. If a visitor is traveling for a purpose other than leisure, they will need to look at other visa options.

For holiday makers who know 30 days is never long enough, they can apply for a Tourist Visa at a local Thai Embassy or Consulate in their country.

What is a Thailand Tourist Visa?

A Thailand Tourist Visa is a stamp or document placed in your passport. It is needed to enter Thailand for tourism. It is issued by a Thai embassy or Consulate in your country and stamped on your passport upon arrival at the airport in Thailand. A tourist visa can be extended while in Thailand if you want to stay longer. The tourist visa should not be confused with the Visa Exemption stamp issued at the airport.

Thailand offers both multiple-entry and single-entry tourist visas for foreigners who wish to visit the country for tourism purposes. Here’s a general breakdown of the two:

Single-Entry Tourist Visa

  • Validity: Usually valid for entering Thailand within 3 months from the date of issue.
  • Duration: Once you enter Thailand, you can stay for up to 60 days.
  • Extension: It’s possible to apply for an extension of stay for another 30 days at an immigration office in Thailand, making the total potential duration of stay up to 90 days.

Multiple-Entry Tourist Visa

  • Validity: Allows multiple entries into Thailand over a 6-month period from the date of issue.
  • Duration: Each entry allows a 60-day stay, meaning you can come and go as many times as you want during the 6-month validity, but each stay can’t exceed 60 days.
  • Extension: Like the Single-Entry Tourist Visa, each entry can potentially be extended for an additional 30 days at a Thai immigration office.

Thailand Tourist Visa Requirements

When applying for a tourist visa with a valid passport, there are certain documents needed, and a fee may be required on application. The documents and fee can change anytime and without prior notice, so contact your local embassy before organizing your application before your arrival in Thailand. Some countries allow for the Thai E-Visa and you can apply for the E visa online. The Thailand E visa is a very fast method for obtaining your tourist visa online.

Thai e-Visa

Thailand Tourist Visa Requirements

  • Passport or travel document with an expiry date of no less than 6 months
  • Visa application form (filled out)
  • One(1) recent 4 x 6cm. photograph of the applicant
  • Round-trip air ticket or e-ticket (paid in full)
  • Proof of financial means (10,000 baht per person/20,000 baht per family) such as bank statement
  • Proof of Hotel or private accommodation booking

Consular Officers reserve the right to request additional documents if deemed necessary. It is advisable to allow enough time before traveling to lodge your application as there is an influx of travelers applying now that Covid is less of a priority.

Visa Fee

  • US $30.00 (or equivalent) per entry. The Tourist Visa fee is subject to change, so it is recommended to contact the nearest Thai Embassy or consulate in your area before lodging your paperwork.

Thailand tourist visa applications could be lodged online in certain countries. Contact your local Thailand Embassy to confirm if you need to apply in person.

Length of Stay

There is a 60-day entry Tourist Visa that can be extended for additional 30 days at the local immigration office.

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Covid and Vaccination Requirements

As of today, travelers can enter Thailand without COVID restrictions. You are no longer required to be vaccinated or have completed an RT-PCR or Pro-ATK test (if unvaccinated) before entering Thailand.

Tourist Health Insurance for Visitors to Thailand

With travel restrictions eased, Thailand removed the need for travelers to provide proof of a valid Covid Insurance policy. It is important to note that foreign visitors are not eligible for free medical care while in Thailand. If a foreigner requires medical attention, they will need to cover any expenses themselves.

Having a Tourist health insurance is a wise choice for people traveling abroad. It not only covers Covid-related incidents but also:

  • Medical emergencies
  • Personal injury & accidents
  • Missed or delayed flights
  • Damage to belongings
  • Lost luggage

To ensure you have the best cover possible while visiting Thailand and to avoid potential exclusions or conditions, choose Travel Insurance that is designed for Thailand.

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Checklist for Tourists Visiting Thailand

After receiving your Thailand tourist visa from the Thai Embassy or consulate, a traveler should prepare the following documents before traveling to Thailand:

  • Valid visa in your passport
  • Printed Travel Insurance certificate (if any)
  • Copy of confirmed hotel booking
  • Copy of confirmed flight reservation
  • Printed Tourist e-visa with QR code or visa sticker (if any)

Validity of the Tourist Visa and Permit to Stay

The validity of a tourist visa ranges from 3 months to 6 months, depending on the number of entries you make across a land border or airport. If you arrive in Thailand through an international airport, you will be stamped with 60-day permission to stay for a normal Tourist Visa.

The validity of the visa as stated on your visa sticker is the time you have to use the visa or enter Thailand. The permit to stay is the number of days you may legally stay in Thailand. The permit to stay is the stamp you receive when you arrive at the airport or border.

Are you a high networth individual who wants to stay in Thailand? You may consider joining the exclusive Thailand Elite Visa membership program.

Tourist Visa Extension in Thailand

If you enter Thailand via airport or land border, you will be stamped with a 60-day permission to stay at the immigration post. You must exit the country before the stamp expiry date.

However, the permit to stay can be extended if you want to spend more time in Thailand. You can apply for an extension to stay at a local Immigration Office. A 60-day Tourist visa can be extended for another 30 days. The cost for both extensions is 1,900 baht.

Remember, an extension of stay approval is at the discretion of the immigration officer processing your application.

Summary for the Thailand Tourist Visa

Thailand tourist visas are easy to acquire before visiting Thailand. The Thai government and its immigration officers are ready to welcome foreign nationals and visitors back and provide the unique, memorable experiences it is famous for during your period of stay. Please check with the website of your local Royal Thai Embassy or Thai Consulate for Thai Visa updates before departing to Thailand.

For information about visa exemption and the visa on arrival:

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364 Comments

  1. Tash
    September 1, 2022
    Reply

    Hello
    could you please advise me on the current situation with Visa on arrival?
    is it for 14 or 30 days now?
    is it possible to extend it after?

  2. Wang
    September 1, 2022
    Reply

    I am a Chinese citizen here in thailand, will be on 2nd COVID extension until Mid Sep. I will change to guardian visa – can I leave country twice and do VOA and then benefit from the 30 day stay starting Oct 1? Any problem entering for a 3rd time? Doing tourist visa at neighboring countries seems complicated for chinese.

  3. Joe
    August 30, 2022
    Reply

    Hello,

    As a UK citizen, if I enter Thailand on 5th March 2023, will my visa exemption last for 45 days or 30 days as my stay will be beyond 31st March.

    Thank you.

  4. Bernard Gavigan
    August 30, 2022
    Reply

    Hi I have been in Thailand from the 9 of June on a 60 day tourist visit and I extended it 30 extra days on a Covid-19 extension at a immigration office. I am planning to marry my long term girlfriend but I am running out of time? If I leave Thailand and visit another country can I reapply for a new Visa ? So I can come back into Thailand and for how long.

  5. Sekar S
    August 29, 2022
    Reply

    HI I am from India, my passport is expiring on 5th March 2023, however I am landing in Bangkok on 5th Sep 2022, can I travel with this passport. it has accurate 6 months.

  6. Louise Mackenhauer
    August 29, 2022
    Reply

    Im going to Thailand in december 2022 with my family. We are from Denmark so we can enter without at visa BUT we need proof that we are leaving thailand within 30 days . The problem is that we are going to travel to Laos and after that to vietnam and the cambodja – and we will be flying out form there – SO – what can se do to make sure we can enter since we are leaving by bus to Laos?
    Louise

  7. Jane Patching
    August 29, 2022
    Reply

    I am a UK citizen who would like to visit Thailand for January and February next year.
    Which visa will I need to get or can I I use the visa exemption and then extend it for 30 days. If I can do the latter option will it be acceptable to book the return flight for 60 days after the inbound flight? Thank you in advance for your assistance.

  8. Emelita M.Gambito
    August 28, 2022
    Reply

    Hi!Me and my daughter are going to travel to bangkok.Because my daughter is a Swedish citizen her passport is expired and need to renew it in Swedish embassy.Am a Filipino citizen and my daughter,she have a dual citizen,Filipino and Swedish citizen.And she is going to use her philippine passport.My question is.Do we both need to get a visa to travel to bangkok?Thank you.

  9. Sam
    August 28, 2022
    Reply

    Hi, Can I travel to Thailand with my Canadian Permanent Resident Card?

    • August 29, 2022

      Hi Sam,

      You can visit Thailand without a visa through the Visa Exemption Program. Canadian citizens can stay in the country for up to 30 days as a tourist and can extend their permit to stay for a further 30 days at any local immigration office.

      For more information about travel to Thailand, please check this link:
      https://www.siam-legal.com/legal-guide/how-to-enter-thailand-2022-guide.pdf

  10. Neta
    August 28, 2022
    Reply

    Hello, I am an Israeli passport holder, and have been travelling Thailand for 30 days, and then left Thailand to travel Cambodia. What is the visa requirement for me to come back to Thailand for one week?

  11. Laura
    August 28, 2022
    Reply

    Hi, I want to get a Thai visa in Ho Chi Minh, do I need an appointment at the consulate? (I’m Colombian)

    Thanks for helping

  12. Mahesh
    August 28, 2022
    Reply

    I am an Indian, i have a sticker visa.
    I will be visiting thailand in sept,
    Do i have to show proof of money to the immigration again?
    If yes does it have to be in Thai baht or equivalent to it.

    Please clarify this, because heard they are only allowing people with Thai baht

  13. Karthik
    August 28, 2022
    Reply

    Please do something with the scam of VOA in the airport, they are charging extra and torching Tourist.
    Thailand VOA was so easy and helpful before, but not anymore, your officers are just looting tourist. Receipt given only for 2000baht. No receipt for 200baht
    Even tho people don’t want your express visa, they are forced to pay. They will not ask a single question if u pay extra.

    Also please clear about the money to be carried must be in only Thai baht?

    Why are the immigration officers not accepting other currencies as proof of money equivalent to Thai baht?

  14. Kilemile Solomon
    August 27, 2022
    Reply

    It was very educational and easily to understand formative

  15. Dhanashree Damle
    August 27, 2022
    Reply

    I want to apply for Thailand Tourist visa from India. What are the steps?

  16. Aalok Shrivastava
    August 25, 2022
    Reply

    Hi,
    I have a multiple entry tourist visa for Thailand. The period of stay is 60 days.
    Is this a period of continuous stay or total number of days on one visa?

  17. C.P
    August 25, 2022
    Reply

    Hi
    I am a Chinese passport holder living in Australia. I am planning to travel to Thailand in October 2022. I saw a recent news from Thailand headlines that from 01/10/2022 to 31/03/2023, foreigners from 18 countries and territories (including China) visiting Thailand under the visa on arrival category will be allowed to stay in Thailand for up to 30 days. However, I cannot find any information in relation to this news on Royal Thai embassy official website. Appreciate if you can assist me to confirm if this news is true or not? Will I get a 30-day visa exemption stamp on my arrival at the border in October?

  18. C.P
    August 25, 2022
    Reply

    Hi,
    I am a Chinese passport holder living in Australia. I am planning to travel to Thailand in October 2022. I saw a recent news from Thailand headlines that from 01/10/2022 to 31/03/2023, foreigners from 18 countries and territories (including China) visiting Thailand under the visa on arrival category will be allowed to stay in Thailand for up to 30 days. However, I cannot find any information in relation to this news on Royal Thai embassy official website. Appreciate if you can assist me to confirm if this news is true or not? Will I get a 30-day visa exemption stamp on my arrival at the border in October?

  19. Steve Koyle
    August 25, 2022
    Reply

    US citizen looking at getting a 6 month multiple entry tourist visa. Please advise. Thank you

  20. Jade Ancheta
    August 25, 2022
    Reply

    Hi im arriving in Thailand February 9th 2023 and plan on staying for 3 months, do i need to apply for a 3month special tourist visa or can i get the free 45 days visa extended once i’m thailand, thanks

  21. Julia
    August 24, 2022
    Reply

    Hi!
    Thanks for your replies!
    Do we need to buy and present medical health insurance when apply for Thai tourist visa? Is there any specific requirement?
    Is the list of documents standard for all Thai embassies or requirements may differ?

  22. Sebastian
    August 24, 2022
    Reply

    Dear team , how long before the trip can I apply for the tourist visa ? I will be travelling in December and I wanna apply for the 3 months single entry tourist visa , can I do it now ? If the visa get granted next week the 3 months would start running from next week or from the day I arrive in Thailand ? How it works ? Thank you .

  23. Sebastian
    August 24, 2022
    Reply

    Hi, I would be travelling from the 10th of December to the 23th of December, can I apply for the single entry tourist visa right now or should i wait until October or so ? If I apply now would the visa be expired before December or could it be granted from December? Thank you

  24. Michael L Pooley
    August 23, 2022
    Reply

    I live in Vietnam and I’m planning to move to Thailand mid next month and arrange to get a retirement visa. I’ve read the requirements and have the funds and monthly income. My question is do I have to put the 800,000 baht in a Thai bank or can I show proof with a original copy from my bank statement for the last 12 months or longer? It would be difficult to transfer that amount here. My bank is in the USA and I haven’t been there in yrs or plan to go there. Thank you

  25. Manoj Singh
    August 23, 2022
    Reply

    Dear Team,

    Can you please advise is the Thailand visa “On Arrival” is free for Indian nationality or not, If its not free so what is a fee for 14 days.

  26. Sayeesh
    August 23, 2022
    Reply

    Hi Team,
    I am a Indian Citizen, what’s the visa fees and I understand it’s on arrival visa, is there a way I can get an e visa ? And is COE and a negative certificate is required as I am fully vaccinated with booster dooze (less than 20 days).

    Appreciate your time here

  27. Esi Dolgor
    August 23, 2022
    Reply

    Hello there,
    I am a ciztizen of Mongolia an willing to stay in BKK Thailand for 6 months. Unfortunately here in Mongolia we do not have Thai embassy.

  28. Debjyoti
    August 22, 2022
    Reply

    Hi, both myself and my wife are Indian Citizen and we are booked with a Tour Operator for 5 nights 6 days tour of Bangkok. I have confirmed return Air Tickets and Hotel reservations done, payment for which have been already done through my tour operator.
    I have sufficient bank Balance in my savings account, which is equivalent to more than 50,000 (Fifty Thousand) Thai Bhat.
    Will it be ok for myself and my wife to travel with about 10,000 Thai Bhat in cash?

    I have International Debit cards and Credit cards also, which will be carrying during our trip.

    Please advise.

  29. Pratiksha Dani
    August 22, 2022
    Reply

    We three (myself, my wife and daughter) from India are planning to visit Phuket as a tourist for a period of 5 days starting from 31st Aug 2022 to 4th Sept. 2022.

    Our passport validity is as follows

    Name

    Relation

    Passport Expiry Date

    Mehul Dhirendra Dani

    Self

    10th October 2031

    Pratiksha Mehul Dani

    Spouse

    10th October 2031

    Rashi Mehul Dani

    Daughter

    12th February 2023

    Request you to kindly clarify following for Visa on arrival:

    Since the passport validity of my daughter on the date of arrival at Phuket is less than 6 months in such a scenario, whether she will be permitted to enter Phuket and whether a tourist visa will be issued to her or not.

    We also tried to renew her passport, however, the earliest appointment we are getting is post 15th September 2022.

    Appreciate for your earliest response on the above matter which will help us in planning our Phuket tour.

  30. K.B
    August 22, 2022
    Reply

    Hi,

    I’m a US passport holder currently living in Thailand. My Non-ED visa will be canceled in November this year and I was wondering how I could apply for a 60-90 day tourist visa. My plan is to fly to Cambodia and return the following day. Would that be possible? If so, what are the travel requirements to enter Thailand as an unvaccinated person?
    Thanks in advance.

    • August 24, 2022

      Hi K.B,

      Yes, you can go to Laos and apply for TR visa from Thai embassy in Vientiane or Apply in Pnom penh cambodia. The process will take 2 to 3 days to get the TR visa. Day trip is not possible. For unvaccinated traveler, you need to undergo RT PCR within 72 hours.

      For more information about travel to Thailand, please check this link:
      https://www.siam-legal.com/legal-guide/how-to-enter-thailand-2022-guide.pdf

  31. Jenn K
    August 22, 2022
    Reply

    Hi,
    I’m a citizen of Turkmenistan and traveling to Thailand for a couple of weeks as a tourist with my 8 yr-old son. I’m planning on getting our tourist visa from Laos. I have a few questions:
    1. Proof of financial means: I don’t have a bank account. Can I show cash at the Embassy? Should/can I show cash at the entry as well if asked?
    2. I have 2 COVID shots, is that sufficient?
    3. Under what circumstances can my entry be denied even after I get the tourist visa?
    Thanks

    • August 22, 2022

      Hi Jenn,

      Yes you can get visa at nearest embassy. 2 doses are fully vaccinated.When applying for a tourist visa, certain documents and fees are needed to obtain one. The documents and the fee are subject to change anytime and without prior notice, so you can check it with the nearest embassy.

      For more information about travel to Thailand, please check this link:
      https://www.siam-legal.com/legal-guide/how-to-enter-thailand-2022-guide.pdf

  32. Robert Frank Dalton
    August 21, 2022
    Reply

    Hi I am a British Citizen traveling on a British Passport. I am leaving Cape town 29 November to BKK and returning from BKK to CPT on 17 January.
    So I need a 60 day Visa.
    How do I get it?

  33. Roshan Minj
    August 20, 2022
    Reply

    Can we entry thailand with the neo global card instead of carrying cash ? Please reply as soon as possible.

  34. Julia
    August 20, 2022
    Reply

    Hi.
    I am Moldova citizen. What Embassy I should apply for Thai visa?
    Can I get tourist visa for 6month where I can twice extend it in immigration office at 1900thb?

  35. TSIRA
    August 19, 2022
    Reply

    hello I am planning to travel for 10 days to thailand 3rd september to 13th september. Do I need a visa or not and how do I get it?
    IM frim GEORGIA
    king Regards

  36. Kate
    August 19, 2022
    Reply

    I’m travelling from Canada.
    Do I need a COE?
    Will I need to negative PCR test on arrival?

    Thank you

  37. Nagh
    August 19, 2022
    Reply

    Hi there,
    I live in Germany but I have an Iranian passport.
    I will travel with my boyfriend from 18 Dec 2022 for 15 days. My boyfriend is German.

    As I understand he can use a free 30 days visa but I need to apply for a visa since I am an Iranian citizen.
    My question is can I apply for the visa online or should I go to the embassy in Germany? Do I need travel insurance or is the one I have right now validated?
    How long will take to have a visa? For 18 December when should I apply for the visa?

    Thanks

  38. Thin Zar
    August 18, 2022
    Reply

    Hi YORDMANU,
    thank you for reply my comment.May I ask one more question? Do I need to show my bank statment to go thailand(example, need to show 20000 bth or $500USD)

    • August 19, 2022

      Hi Thin,

      Depends on your country immigration requirements.

      Thank you

  39. Nuwan
    August 18, 2022
    Reply

    Hi,
    I’m Sri Lankan national living in Oman. I’m planning to visit Thailand with my family in Dec for 2 weeks. How do I apply for visa? Tried applying through https://www.thaievisa.go.th/; however It doesn’t allow me to apply instead asking me to visit the Thai embassy. Please advise.

    Thanks.

  40. Lachie F
    August 18, 2022
    Reply

    Hi Rex,

    Thank you for replying to my comment. The part of the application this concerns is:

    9. Identity of the person
    inviting you to stay e.g. Thai
    ID card, Passport

    Would a hotel booking satisfy this? Or what else is needed instead?

    Many Thanks,
    Lachie

    • August 18, 2022

      Dear Lachie,

      Yes, if you are staying in a hotel instead of a Thai person’s house, you can use the hotel booking confirmation.
      Thank you.

  41. Liz
    August 18, 2022
    Reply

    I am traveling to bangkok in October
    I am from northern Ireland and travelling on an irish passport
    Do I need a visa

  42. Lachie F
    August 17, 2022
    Reply

    Hi,

    I am trying to apply for a 60 day tourist visa but one of the required fields asks for a photo of the ID of a Thai person inviting me to stay in Thailand. What should I include for this?

    Thanks, Lachie

    • August 18, 2022

      Dear Lachie,

      If you are staying in a hotel, you can upload the proof of hotel booking.
      Thank you.

  43. Boucif
    August 17, 2022
    Reply

    Hi, I’m Algerian, and I’m in malaysia with a tourist visa on arrival, can I apply for a tourist visa to enter Thailand, Or I must return to my home country and apply for it.

    Please,help

    Thanks

    • August 18, 2022

      Dear Boucif,

      You may contact directly the Thai Embassy in Kuala Lumpur and check with them if they will allow you to apply for TR tourist visa even if you are not a permanent resident or citizen of Malaysia. Please call +60 3-2148 8222
      Thank you.

  44. Thinzar
    August 17, 2022
    Reply

    hello, I am a Myanmar citizen and live in japan.I have plan to go Thailand on 28 september for tour.Do I need apply for visa?

  45. VanDman
    August 17, 2022
    Reply

    Hello, I have a US passport, I will arrive in Thailand on September 30. I will be using TR visa Single-Entry, can I apply for a Re-Entry Permit that same day when I arrive at BKK? I plan to fly to Laos the next day October 1 for 7 days then return to Bangkok to continue my 60 days TR visa. Thank you in advance.

    • August 18, 2022

      Dear Van,

      Yes, you are able to do that. If you have an e-visa, you may opt not to use the TR visa on September 30. You can keep it first and just use it when you return from Laos to Thailand as long as the TR visa is still valid to be used for entry.
      Thank you.

  46. Nimesh
    August 16, 2022
    Reply

    hi i m traveling from India to pattaya for 10 days in October 1st can u pls give me information about on arrive visa on air port is available and how much on arrive visa fees also can u tell me about Thai pass is require for Indian traveler

  47. sadaf
    August 16, 2022
    Reply

    Hello

    I have dual citizenship and passport from USA and Iran. I will be purchasing a ONEWAY ticket to Thailand from Iran in October and can use my American passport as I live in America and will be visiting Iran.
    I will be staying for 30 days maximum, do I need a visa? Do I need to purchase a roundtrip ticket, because I have not decided on my return date.
    What are the requirements?
    should I get certain vaccinations prior to visiting?

  48. Michael Pooley
    August 16, 2022
    Reply

    Is the Thailand plus still necessary to get and the T8 health form? The Health certificate is no longer necessary but the insurance is still necessary? Thank you.

  49. Tammy
    August 14, 2022
    Reply

    Hi,

    I am a triple vaxx Canadian travelling with my double vaxx 12 year old daughter. We are currently in Malaysia & plan to go to Thailand in 2 weeks. I know we are eligible for a 30 day VOA but would like to know if we will be able to apply to extend for another 30 days when we are there. Ideally we’d like to be able to stay in Thailand as tourists & travel around for as long as possible. Also, do we need the Thai Pass and travel insurance or have those requirement been cancelled?

    Thanks,
    Tammy

  50. Gordon E Chung
    August 14, 2022
    Reply

    How much is a 2 month tourist visa to Thailand? Planning to arrive on Novermber 13, 2022 from Honolulu and back on January 10, 2023. Gordon Chung in Honolulu

  51. ross merchant
    August 14, 2022
    Reply

    Hello

    Traveling too Thailand from UK and wish enter for 2 months. Can I easily get an extention while on Thailand. Many years ago travel agents done visa runs with passport

  52. M SUFYAN ABBAS
    August 13, 2022
    Reply

    Hello i am M SUFYAN from Pakistan . I want to come in Thailand as a tourist can you tell me how much cost and required Document Thank you I am waiting your respone

  53. Peter bayley
    August 13, 2022
    Reply

    I am married to a Thai lady we are going to Thailand in October for three months what Visa do I need I am from England We have a daughter nearly 4 years old we have booked our flights what what Visa do I need

  54. rajni
    August 12, 2022
    Reply

    hello i will travelling from india to pataya on October can u pls tell me thet thaipass is require or not i have two vaccination certificate also on arrive visa is available

  55. Michael H.
    August 12, 2022
    Reply

    I’m going to Thailand in October from Washington, DC and would like to stay for about 90 days. Do I need to get a visa before arriving in Thailand?
    Many thanks,
    Michael

  56. Vee
    August 11, 2022
    Reply

    Hi,
    I’m from Indonesia and I want to vacation in Thailand for 7-10 days. I have Vaccine (3 Doses). Do I need a visa and insurance to go there?

    Thank you

  57. RAKSHITH PATEL
    August 11, 2022
    Reply

    Hi, Can I get 6 months unlimited entry visa to Thailand…?

  58. Bassel Dubosh
    August 10, 2022
    Reply

    Hello

    I am thinking of traveling to Thailand for tourism but I am not sure of the visa requirements.

    I hold dual passports (Dominican and Syrian). Please help in directing me to the steps I should take for the visa application process (if any)

    Thank you,

  59. Frans
    August 10, 2022
    Reply

    Good day

    I am, South African coming to Thailand 8 Oct – 10 Nov (33days)
    But will visit a Malaysia/Vietnam for 5 days.

    Would the 30 day tourist stay in Thailand be extend by those 5 days as I would not be in Thailand? Or will the 30days start when I arrive in Thailand first and be valid 30 consecutive days regardless of whether I am in Thailand?

  60. Jasmin V
    August 9, 2022
    Reply

    Hello I am a US Resident but hold a Belizean passport living in Dallas Texas, what would be the process to visit thailand for the month of October 2022?

  61. Vishwas
    August 9, 2022
    Reply

    My flight to Thailand is on 19th August.
    How much Thai Baht(Currency in hand) I have to carry other than 2000 Thai Baht for Visa??
    Is it 10000 per person or 20000 per person??

  62. Vishwas Tiwari
    August 9, 2022
    Reply

    I am traveling from India to Thailand with Prepaid hotel bookings and return flight ticket. How much Thai Baht currency in hand do I have to show at the immigration counter?
    What if I have 5000 Thai Baht currency in hand & money equivalent to 20000 Thai Baht in my global Bank account, is it acceptable??

    • August 9, 2022

      Dear Vishwas,

      You may have to prove funds of at least 10,000 THB (thai currency) per person and 20,000 THB per family during your stay in Thailand.

      Thank you.

    • Bob Sneddon
      August 17, 2022

      60 day visas are not issued at hat Hai airport. Only 30 day is issued. A further 30 day Visa will cost.9990 baht. Told Thai embassy in Australia would not know as they’re in Australia not Thailand.
      As constant traveller to Thailand over 30yrs, I will never return to the land of lies
      Bob sneddon

    • August 18, 2022

      Dear Bob,

      The 60-day TR visa is not issued at the airport. It is issued by the Thai Embassy prior to traveling to Thailand. If you have this visa sticker, the immigration officer at the airport will give you the 60 days permit to stay.
      If you did not apply for a visa before coming to Thailand, you will only receive 30 days visa exemption stamp.
      Thank you.

  63. Geoffrey Wilson
    August 9, 2022
    Reply

    Hello, I am Australian, coming to Thailand on 1 October 2022 for 39 days.

    Will my Visa on entry cover my trip? Is the Visa on entry 30 or 60 days?

    Many thanks.

    • August 9, 2022

      Hello Geoffrey,

      Australian Passport Holders are not required to obtain a visa when entering Thailand for tourism purposes and will be permitted to stay in Thailand for a period not exceeding 30 days on each visit. However, if you will stay longer you can extend your visa in Immigration office for another 30 days.

      Thank you.

  64. Ruach Gordon
    August 8, 2022
    Reply

    If i buy a flight ticket to Thailand including a return ticket under 30 days how can i get a visa while I’m in Thailand and rish to stay for a long period of time?

  65. Kashif
    August 6, 2022
    Reply

    Hello

    My name is kashif from Pakistan. I want to travel to dubai via thailand from Guangzhou, china.
    I have chinese Z visa (working visa). Just want to stay for 1 or 2 days in thailand.

    What are the requirements for tourist visa?
    How can i apply?

    [email protected]
    Kashif mobile number +8615013386956

    Thanks
    Kashif Adnan Zia

  66. Tyrone Wilhelm
    August 6, 2022
    Reply

    Hi, I am an Australian citizen coming to Thailand in October for tourism and want to stay for 60 days. Is there a visa I need to obtain? Or are we able to to stay up to 60 days but need a flight out of the country?

    Thanks Tyrone.

  67. Sunira
    August 4, 2022
    Reply

    Hi
    I can not find the link anywhere to apply Online for Thai Tourist visa. It is so frustrating and confusing. Can you please direct me to the correct application page?
    Thanks.

  68. aditya joshi
    August 4, 2022
    Reply

    I am coming to Thailand, Phuket on 19 August 2022 with my family (total 4 person).

    Do we need Certificate of Entry (COE) and declaration form?

    Can we apply for Visa on arrival online?

  69. G R Taylor
    August 4, 2022
    Reply

    Where is my nearest Thai consulate currently operating?

  70. taranjiet siingh Khanujaa
    August 4, 2022
    Reply

    hi
    i am taranjiet from india i would like to know is there any possibilty to apply thai tourist visa online
    thanks

  71. Hind Mikou
    August 4, 2022
    Reply

    Do I need to make an appointment to apply for a tourist visa one entry. I am planning to travel on August 23th, 22. In case an appointment is mandatory, how to apply for one. I am a resident of Abu Dhabi.
    Thanks.

  72. Claire Delaney
    August 4, 2022
    Reply

    Hi

    Myself and my partner are traveling from Ireland to Thailand for 17 days in September. Do we require a visa? If so, where do we apply?

    Thank you

  73. Alex M
    August 3, 2022
    Reply

    Hello! I am a Romanian Citizen that will be travelling to Thailand for 16 days. Am I eligible to get a Visa on Arrival or do I need to get en electronic Visa?

    Thank you!

  74. Satyajeet
    August 3, 2022
    Reply

    Hello Sir / Madam,
    I am an Indian citizen. Would be Travelling from India to Thailand for 10 days of vacation (Tourism purpose only). Can I get visa on arrival or do I need to apply for e-visa prior to my travel?

    Thank you in advance.
    Regards.
    Satyajeet

  75. Michael Lloyd
    August 2, 2022
    Reply

    I’m travelling to Thailand for 6 weeks in December. Can I apply for a six weeks visa ?
    Or can I leave the country and gain another 30 day entry stamp on arrival again. I will be taking a short trip to Laos while I’m there. I have also been told if I apply for a six weeks visa I have to have 5000 pounds in the bank is this true ? Thanks in advance

  76. sarah O'Donnell
    August 2, 2022
    Reply

    I live in northern Ireland
    I’m flying out of southern Ireland (dublin)
    On an irish passport I’m going to Bangkok in October for 15 days do i need a visa or other documents

  77. Chris G
    August 1, 2022
    Reply

    Hi,
    French citizen planning on flying from France, not vaccinated.
    Looking for confirmation –
    No visa or COE required for tourism (under 30 days)?
    Covid Health insurance needed?

    Tks.

  78. Khaled
    August 1, 2022
    Reply

    Hello
    this is khaled
    I am planning to visit Thai on November and My nationality’s Yemeni but I hold Netherland 5 years resident card .
    Where do I need to apply for visa or can I get the visa on arrival ?
    Thank you
    Waiting for your reply

  79. Aaron
    July 31, 2022
    Reply

    Hi,

    Can I re-enter Thailand this year? I visit Thailand twice since Dec 2021 for estimate 6 months.

    I’m not sure if there is a waiting period

    Thanks,
    Aaron

  80. Lolita Cueva Zepeda
    July 26, 2022
    Reply

    Hello,

    This is Lolita. I am planning to visit Thailand for 3 weeks in September and I hold a passport from Mexico and reside in Australia. I have my vaccination proof and would like to know how I can apply for the visa (preferably electronically) if needed the tourist visa.

    I will kindly thank you to please email me the information to [email protected]

    Kind regards,

    Lolita Cueva

    • July 26, 2022

      Hello Lolita,

      For Mexico Passport holders unfortunately, you are not eligible to apply for a visa through Thai E-Visa system. You may apply for a visa in person at the nearest Thai Embassy or Consulate in Australia.

      Thank you.

  81. Leopoldo Amador
    July 22, 2022
    Reply

    Hello. I am planning to travel to Thailand on September for two weeks. I am from Ecuador South America. Do I need a Visa?

  82. Pawan
    July 21, 2022
    Reply

    I am indian citizen and planning to spent 5-6 days in Thailand in mid august,2022 on tourist visa. Is there any fees or has been waived off. Please update me on this.

    • July 22, 2022

      Hello Pawan,

      For Indian citizens, the Visa on arrival in Thailand is available, but it is given only if the visit is strictly for tourism purposes and you are allowed to stay for not longer than 15 days.

      The price of the visa is THB 2000 and you need to pay it at the service counter at the immigration checkpoint.

      Thank you.

  83. Tanya
    July 21, 2022
    Reply

    Hello,
    My name is Tanya, I planned to stay in Bangkok for 1 week from October 9th-16th.
    Do I need to apply for Visa? Please advise of any requested documents for entry to Thailand.
    I’m fully vaccinated and a Canadian citizen.
    Thank you

    • July 22, 2022

      Hello Tanya,

      Canada Passport holders are not required to obtain a visa when entering Thailand for tourism purposes and will be permitted to stay in Thailand for a period not exceeding 30 days on each visit.

      If you are fully vaccinated, you only need to show your proof of vaccination.

      Thank you.

  84. Rajendra pokharna
    July 21, 2022
    Reply

    Hi
    I am coming from India for a week.
    Pl confirm visa on arrival is available & likely cost.
    Thanks

    • July 22, 2022

      Hello Rajendra,

      For Indian citizens, the Visa on arrival in Thailand is available, but it is given only if the visit is strictly for tourism purposes and you are allowed to stay for not longer than 15 days.

      The price of the visa is THB 2000 and you need to pay it at the service counter at the immigration checkpoint.

      Thank you.

  85. Kedar
    July 21, 2022
    Reply

    Hi, I am an indian citizen travelling to Thailand in August for 7 Days. I have seen in the website that if i am staying in thailand for less than 2 weeks i am exempted for visa. Pls. clarify the same

    • July 22, 2022

      Hello Kedar,

      For Indian citizens, the Visa on arrival in Thailand is available, but it is given only if the visit is strictly for tourism purposes and you are allowed to stay for not longer than 15 days.

      The price of the visa is THB 2000 and you need to pay it at the service counter at the immigration checkpoint.

      Thank you.

  86. Natalie B
    July 19, 2022
    Reply

    Hi there,
    My family and I are Australian citizens, fully vaccinated. We are traveling to Phuket via Singapore next week (July 2022). Am I correct in saying all we need to enter Thailand is our passports and proof of vaccination? No other declarations or visas? Many thanks for your help.

    • July 22, 2022

      Hello Natalie,

      Yes, you’re right. For those fully vaccinated travelers are only required to show the proof of their vaccination.

      Thank you.

  87. Jean
    June 24, 2022
    Reply

    Hi,
    Since the requirement for a Thai Pass is being lifted from July 1, is the requirement for a Certificate of entry (CoE) resuming?

    • June 24, 2022

      Dear Jean,

      Thailand and COE are both cancelled starting July 1. If you want to travel to Thailand, you only need your passport and your vaccination certificate. If you have no vaccination certificate, you can take a COVID test and print the test result to take with you to Thailand.
      Thank you.

  88. Adam Clementz
    June 23, 2022
    Reply

    Hi,

    I’ll travel as a tourist for 2 weeks in Thailand. I’m from Sweden, traveling from Maldives through India. Fully vaccinated. Can I come and stay without visa?

    • June 24, 2022

      Dear Adam,

      Yes, you can get visa exemption stamp which is valid for 30 days. If you will in June, you need to register for Thailand Pass. If you arrive in July, you only need passport and proof of vaccination/COVID test result.
      Thank you.

  89. Adrian Parrilla Levario
    June 23, 2022
    Reply

    Hi! My name is Adrián Parrilla from Mexico. I’m planning on traveling to Thailand, during mid-July. What documents do I need to present to apply for a tourist visa?
    Thanks!

    • June 24, 2022

      Dear Adrian,

      If you will stay for less than 2 weeks, you can get visa on arrival. You only need to pay for 2000 THB. If you will stay longer than 2 weeks, please apply for a tourist visa from Thai Embassy in CDMX.
      Thank you.

  90. Sam Horner
    June 10, 2022
    Reply

    Hi I’m staying for 31 days annoyingly because of flights I assume I need to get a visa

    • June 10, 2022

      Dear Sam,

      If you get the 30 days visa exemption, you can also apply for 30 days extension.
      Thank you.

  91. Shonu
    April 19, 2022
    Reply

    Hi,
    Is Certificate of Entry (COE) replaced by Thailand Pass?

    Cheers
    Shonu

    • April 19, 2022

      Dear Shonu,

      For Air and Land Travel yes, Thailand Pass is the new COE.

  92. Rob
    February 18, 2022
    Reply

    Hello! Canadian here. Has the Visa Exemption period been converted back to 30 days or is it still 45 days? This page says 45 however on this page https://www.thaiembassy.com/thailand-visa/thai-visa-exemption-and-bilateral-agreement it says it has been reduced back to 30. Could you confirm if it is 30 or 45?

    Also, if I am entering via the Test and Go program, do I still apply for a COE?

    Thank you!

    • February 18, 2022

      Dear Rob,

      Yes, the visa exemption has been changed back to 30 days. Yes, you need to apply for Thailand Pass.
      Thank you.

  93. jin choi
    February 4, 2022
    Reply

    I apply the Test and Go Feb 1, 2022
    plans to travel Bangkok Feb. 6, 2022 from Los Angeles
    but I still did not get the QR Code from Thailand what can I do?

    • February 4, 2022

      Dear Jin,

      If you like to check the status or follow up the status of your Thailand Pass application, you may call 02-572-8442 or email the following information:
      Subject: Thailand Pass Check Status
      Full Name
      Passport No.
      E-mail Address
      Access Code
      Date of Travel
      Date of Arrival

      You may send the above information to the Consular Department at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs at [email protected] and [email protected]
      Thank you.

  94. Daniel Wirth
    January 13, 2022
    Reply

    I do not know which hotels are approved for your quarantine in Bangkok. I checked the only one I knew and that was full for February 8, to the 16, 2022. Can you tell me what hotels are approved ?

  95. John Pippin
    January 13, 2022
    Reply

    Hello, I have an approved Thailand Pass however, I had to cancel my scheduled trip as my passport that was approved was stolen. I have acquired a new passport with a new passport number. Is my approved Thailand Pass for test and go still valid and can I update my information of it is still valid?

    • January 13, 2022

      Dear John,

      Good day.
      If you will apply for the new Thailand Pass, it will be either Sandbox or Quarantine. I believe you can still use your old Test and Go and new passport to travel as long as the details on your vaccination and arrival date remain the same. If your new arrival date has been changed more than 3 days from the original date of arrival, you must get a new Thailand Pass.
      Thank you.

  96. Andrew Bailey
    October 12, 2021
    Reply

    Dear sir
    Is there a six month spouse visa available from November 1st 2021

    • October 12, 2021

      Dear Andrew,

      Good day.
      The Thai Non Immigrant O visa for marriage is valid for 3 months in which you are able to extend for another 12 months at the local immigration office in Thailand. You can apply for the Non Immigrant O visa and COE from the Thai Embassy in order to travel to Thailand. If you need help for the visa and COE, please visit http://www.siam-legal.com/coe

      Thank you.

  97. Osobu jacob
    June 1, 2021
    Reply

    Dear sir ,am osobu Jacob from Nigeria can I come to Thailand as a Nigeria if I have someone to accommodate me ?

    • June 1, 2021

      Dear Osobu,
      Good day.
      You need to apply for Tourist Visa and COE to enter Thailand. Please contact the Thai Embassy in Lagos.
      Thank you.

  98. Mona Maier
    May 10, 2021
    Reply

    Hello Visa team,
    I am a professional life coach from Germany doing surgery companion trips for a living. I am currently in Hyderabad, India, and my next client wants for me to travel to Bangkok with her for surgery.
    How do I go about that now?
    Procedures are not fully clear for me at this time .

    • May 10, 2021

      Dear Mona,
      Good day.
      The COE application and issuance in India has been suspended, therefore no one at this time can travel from India to Thailand.
      Thank you.

  99. Sandi
    May 10, 2021
    Reply

    Hello!

    I’m from Myanmar and currently living in Dubai. Me and my son going to travel Thailand. Do we need visa? What documents we need to prepare?

    Thank you.
    Sandi

    • May 10, 2021

      Dear Sandi,
      Good day.
      Yes, you definitely need to apply for the visa and COE prior to coming to Thailand. You must apply for the Tourist Visa which will allow you to stay in Thailand for up to 60 days from date of arrival. You need to secure your flight itinerary, COVID 19 insurance, ASQ Hotel for 14 days and other documents required by the Thai Consulate in Dubai. Kindly call the consulate for more information.
      Thank you.

  100. Michelle Dequito
    May 5, 2021
    Reply

    Good day,
    my name is Michelle I’m from Philippines planning to travel in your country. do i need a visa or COE to enter Thailand?

    Thank you
    Michelle Dequito

    • May 5, 2021

      Dear Michelle,
      Good day.
      Yes, you need to have a COE or certificate of entry to travel to Thailand. You may get a COE based on Visa Exemption of 45 days or you can get a COE under a Tourist visa or even a Non Immigrant visa as long as you apply for this visa from the Thai Embassy in Manila.
      For the application of COE under Visa Exemption, you do not need to contact the Thai Embassy. The application will be processed online. You only need to make sure that you have booked the ASQ Hotel and you have purchased COVID 19 insurance.
      Thank you.