Thailand Pass

Thailand Pass

The contents of this page may no longer be relevant. For updated information about traveling to Thailand, please go to: Thailand Travel Restrictions in 2023. To purchase your Thailand Travel Insurance please visit:

What is Thailand Pass?

The Thailand Pass system is a free-of-charge web-based system designed to make the documentation process of travelers entering Thailand more efficient and faster. The Thai Pass QR code is required for all travelers entering Thailand.

The application will be approved by the central authorities in Thailand and not the Royal Thai Embassy or Consulate. Therefore, please allow sufficient time for approval after registering for the Thailand Pass.

The goal of the system is to help support the country’s “Ease of Travel” system after it reopens and to expedite filling out information and uploading travel documents.

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Required Documents for Travel to Thailand

Please have the following documents ready.

Incorrect documents will delay the entry screening to Thailand.

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Who Can Apply for the Thailand Pass

Thai Pass is required for all travelers entering Thailand, whether they be Thai nationals or foreigners.

From May 1, 2022, Thai Pass application and approval requirements will depend on a traveler’s vaccination status.

  1. Fully Vaccinated travelers will be able to enter Thailand under the No Quarantine program. A vaccinated traveler does not need to book 1 night’s accommodation in an approved SHA+ hotel or complete an RT-PCR test on arrival.Fully vaccinated foreigners will need to provide proof of COVID insurance and their vaccination certificate when applying for Thailand Pass. Thai Nationals only need to provide their vaccination certificate as insurance is not required. Unvaccinated children under 18 years old may travel with vaccinated parents without quarantine. The parents must include the children’s personal information in the application.
  2. Unvaccinated travelers will have 2 options for entering Thailand:
    • Unvaccinated travelers will be able to enter Thailand under the existing 5-day Alternate Quarantine program; OR
    • Unvaccinated travelers will be able to enter the No Quarantine program by completing an RT-PCR test and uploading the result into their Thai Pass application. The test cannot be older than 72 hours before their departure date.

What are the Requirements for the Thailand Pass

To support “Ease of Travel’, entry requirements have been eased from May 1, 2022. You can now apply with fewer documents and obtain a QR entry code faster.

The document requirements are listed below.

Vaccinated travelers (No Quarantine)

  • Your passport profile page
  • A certificate of full (2 doses) vaccination or vaccine card
  • A medical insurance policy with at least USD$ 10,000 minimum coverage

Unvaccinated travelers (No Quarantine)

  • Your passport profile page
  • An RT-PCR test result no more than 72 hours before your departure date
  • A medical insurance policy with at least USD$ 10,000 minimum coverage

Unvaccinated travelers doing Alternate Quarantine program

  • Your passport profile page
  • Confirmed booking of SHA+ hotel 5-day Alternate Quarantine package
  • A pre-booked RT-PCR test on arrival (if not included in your package)
  • A medical insurance policy with at least USD$ 10,000 minimum coverage


You must scan your passport or take a photo of your passport profile page similar to this example:

Sample passport

Proof of Vaccination

For vaccinated travelers entering under the No Quarantine program, you must prepare your vaccination certificate or card. The file must be in JPG, JPEG, or PNG.

For unvaccinated travelers who would like to enter Thailand under the No Quarantine program, instead of submitting a vaccination certificate or card, you must submit a negative result of the RT PCR COVID-19 test issued within 72 hours before traveling to Thailand.

Vaccine Card

Flight Details

The next step of the process is to book your flight to Thailand. Although it is not required to submit a proof of flight booking, the Thai Pass system will require the following information of your flight:

  • Country of Departure
  • Date of Arrival in Thailand
  • Flight Number 
  • Estimated Exit Date from Thailand  

Hotel Booking or Address  in Thailand

The Thailand Pass system does not require travelers to provide a hotel booking as well. However, you will be required to provide an address in Thailand. If you will be staying in private accommodation you may provide the address.

For travelers staying in a hotel, we highly recommend using when booking your hotel:

COVID-19 Insurance

Foreigners are required to submit proof of COVID-19 Insurance with minimum medical coverage of 10,000 USD.

To purchase the AXA Thailand Insurance, you can visit:

Here is an example of an Insurance Certificate that you need for your Thai Pass application:

Sample COVID-19 Insurance Certificate

How to Apply for Thailand Pass

The Thailand Pass System is a QR code generating system. To obtain a QR entry code or Thai Pass ID, travelers will have to:

  • Register at the official web portal
  • Input personal details
  • Upload the required documents per their vaccination status
  • Receive a confirmation email after registration (within seconds after registration)
  • Wait for the approval (normally within 1-3 days)

And if approved, you will receive an email with your QR Entry Code or ID, which you will use upon entering Thailand.

1. Apply for Thailand Pass by Yourself

You may apply for the Thailand Pass directly on the MFA website:

If you have already applied by yourself and you need to check the status, please go to:

If you already applied and you still did not get the QR code or you were rejected, please email: [email protected]

2. Thailand Pass Application Service by Siam Legal

Application for the Thailand Pass is free-of-charge and you do not need any assistance to apply for it. However, there may be instances where some individuals may voluntarily choose a paid service provider such as a law firm to provide consultation, assist them to prepare their documents, and submit them on their behalf.

Individuals may encounter problems with their documents that are not being uploaded properly or are deemed unacceptable to the Thai embassy or consulate. This may cause delays or rejection of your application, so it may be helpful to retain a service provider to assist you with the application. These paid Thailand Pass services offered by Siam Legal are listed below.

Meet the Siam Legal Thailand Visa Team

You can request assistance from a third party paid provider such as Siam Legal with your Thailand Pass application.


Step-by-Step Guide for Thailand Pass Application

Thailand has recently reopened the country to travelers, both Thais and foreigners whether vaccinated or unvaccinated. In this newsletter, you will learn about the Step-by-Step Process of Applying for a Thailand Pass.

Step 1: Visit the official website

You may go to the official website:

Once there, you may choose the option of Air Travel or Land Travel.

thailand pass step 1

After that, you will be directed to a page where you can begin your registration:

Thailand Pass Registration

When you begin the registration, you will be directed to the entry program which is No Quarantine:

Thai Pass No Quarantine

No Quarantine program for fully vaccinated travelers entering any international airport or selected land borders in Thailand or unvaccinated who have RT PCR test results issued within 72 hours before departure to Thailand. Unvaccinated children below 18 years old must be added to their parent’s or guardian’s application.

Step 2: Details of your Arrival

In this part, you will provide the purpose of travel to Thailand whether for tourism or if you are a returning resident.

You will also provide your country of departure, airport of arrival, flight number, date of arrival.

Thai Pass details of arrival

Step 3. Provide your Personal Information

In this part, you will provide your full name as stated in your passport or travel document, nationality, passport number, date of birth, contact number, and email address. Please make sure that you check the correct spelling of your personal information before you proceed to the next step. Also in this part, children under the age of 18 years will be added to the parent or guardian.

thai pass personal information page

Step 4. Upload Proof of Vaccination or RT PCR Test

In this part, you will provide your vaccination information. You will provide the name or brand of your latest vaccination. You will be able to upload a JPG or PNG file of your proof of vaccination.

For faster processing of your Thailand Pass, it is recommended to also upload the QR code of your vaccination document if it is available.

Note: If you are you are not fully vaccinated, you may upload a copy of your RT PCR or professional ATK test result in lieu of a vaccination certificate issued within 72 hours before departure.

Vaccination Certificate and QR code

Step 5: Provide Your Hotel Details or Address in Thailand

In this part, you will be required to provide the details of your address in Thailand or your hotel reservation.

Thailand Pass Accommodation Info

If you are staying in a hotel, you can also validate your reservation if you booked through booking confirmed

Step 6: Submit your Travel Insurance

In this part, you will provide the COVID 19 Insurance. You must upload the certificate of insurance. Based on experience, it is recommended to use AXA Thailand Insurance as it is the best insurance provider and they will issue a one-page document written specifically for your Thai Pass application.

Travel Insurance

Step 7: Review the Summary of your Thailand Pass Application

This is the last part of the application process. You will have a summary of your application. Please check all information that you have provided and if everything is correct, you may submit the application.

You will then receive your 6-digit access code which will appear on your screen and it will also be sent to your registered email.

Thailand Pass 6 digit code


How long does it take to Process the Thailand Pass

The processing time for the application is up to 2 hours depending on the Thai Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Department of Disease Control office. There are instances when the registration will take a couple of minutes to a couple of hours. It is recommended to apply for the Thailand pass at least 2 days before your intended departure.

How to Check the Status of Your Application

To check the status of your Thailand Pass application, you may go to:

Check Status

If the status states ‘Reviewing’, it means you need to wait a day or two for the result.

Reviewing Status

If the status states ‘Approved’, you can download the file or save it on your mobile phone.

Status Approved

Once you have been approved, you can download your Thai Pass QR code or you will also receive it through email. For vaccinated travelers and their dependents, they may use the Thai Pass QR code within 3 days after the estimated arrival date in case of flight delays.

Take note that Thailand Pass is not a visa and it is not a permit to stay in Thailand. It is just a permit to enter Thailand during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Sample Thailand Pass

Sample Thai Pass QR Code

Recommended Thailand Pass Insurance

Based on experience, the common problem for the applications being rejected and travelers being denied boarding their flight is that some insurance policies are not properly worded.

Your COVID 19 insurance must expressly state that it covers up to $10,000 USD medical expenses, including COVID 19 related incidents, and it must cover your whole stay in Thailand.

The Thai Pass system only accepts one attachment therefore it is important to have a one-page Certificate of Insurance with all the required information. To purchase the most reliable insurance that has never had a problem with the Thai Embassy or airline, please click the link below:

COVID Travel Insurance Thailand


Siam Legal Visa and Thailand Pass Application Assistance

Package 1: 200 USD (Visa + Thailand Pass)

  • Online Visa Consultation
  • Extensive checklist of required documents
  • Assistance in Thai e-visa application (non-immigrant O marriage visa and 60-day TR visa)
  • Assistance in Thailand Pass application
  • 3 to 4 weeks process
  • Available in the US, UK, and Canada visa applications only

Package 2: 100 USD (Thailand Pass)

  • Consultation with our Immigration Specialist
  • Extensive checklist of required documents
  • Assistance in Thailand Pass application (including Visa holders and Visa Exemption)
  • 5 to 7 days process
  • Available for Thai and foreign nationals

Thailand Pass Support:

Thailand Pass Support

Top 20 Questions on Thailand Pass

Do we still need RT-PCR on arrival after April 1?

No. RT-PCR will no longer be required for vaccinated travelers when entering Thailand.

Unvaccinated travelers who do not want to do a mandatory 5-day quarantine will need to complete a pre-departure RT-PCR no less than 72 hours before their arrival date and will need to upload the result into their Thailand Pass application.

Is there a list of SHA+ hotels in Bangkok?

You can find a list of approved SHA+/AQ and the list of normal hotels in Bangkok at

When should I begin the Thai Pass process? Will the pass expire?

You should begin applying for your Thailand Pass a minimum of 5 working days before your flight date. Yes, it will expire after 7 days from the date of arrival which is stated in the Thailand Pass.

What is the minimum age children need to do an RT- PCR test?

Starting April 1, 2022 travelers both adults and children are no longer required to undergo a mandatory pre-departure RT-PCR test before traveling to Thailand.

Do I need to upload proof of purchase for an ATK kit as part of my Thai Pass application?

No. ATK tests are self-administered and can be bought from a pharmacy or 7-11stores in Thailand. Currently, the official website advises you have to upload proof of purchase of an ATK test kit, but this is not required.

Am I allowed to leave the hotel room while waiting for my RT-PCR negative result?

If you arrive under the Alternate Quarantine scheme, you are required to stay in your room for the full 5 days. You cannot leave the room until you receive a negative RT-PCR test result on day 5.

How long will I need to quarantine if I test positive for Covid while in Thailand?

You will be required to quarantine for up to 10 days or until your RT-PCR test shows a negative result. A second test will be conducted on day 5. If you have a history of COVID 19 infection, the hotel and hospital will determine if you will not be required to isolate or quarantine.

Can I use an old Thai Pass QR if it has passed the original date of approval?

You can use an old Thai Pass QR if your flight changes by up to 7 days before or after the original arrival date. If your changes are over 7 days, then you need to apply for a new Thailand Pass.

If I am a returning expat, how long should I get insurance?

There is no hard rule for how long you need the insurance. Returning expats are being accepted with policy coverage of 30 days.

Why do I have to use a SHA+/AQ hotel?

SHA+/AQ hotels are approved by the Thai Government as Covid safe with 70-100% of staff vaccinated. These hotels have regulated testing processes in place and are partnered with a hospital or medical facility in the case you test positive for Covid on arrival. Booking an AQ or SHA+ hotel is required for travelers under the Quarantine program.

What cities in Thailand do I get an RT-PCR test at the hotel?

RT-PCR tests are conducted at the SHA+ hotel in Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Pattaya, and Hua Hin or partner hospitals for travelers under the Quarantine program.

What cities do I get an RT-PCR test at the Airport?

Visitors landing in Phuket, Krabi, or Koh Samui are tested at the airport and then transported to their hotel. The test is no longer required for travelers under the No Quarantine program.

How much is an RT-PCR test if I have to book it myself?

An RT-PCR will cost from 1,500 to 2,500 Thai baht if you have to book it yourself.

Can I receive assistance with preparing documents for my Thailand Pass?

Yes. Companies like Siam Legal International provide Thailand Pass services that check and confirm all documents are in order.

Can I land in Bangkok and fly straight to Krabi?

Yes. If you are vaccinated, under the new No Quarantine program, you are free to travel anywhere when you leave the airport.

Can I book a flight to Chiang Mai if I land in Bangkok?

Yes. From May 1, Test & Go is no longer required for vaccinated travelers so you can book domestic transit flights anywhere in Thailand immediately.

Do I have to stay at SHA+/AQ hotels for my entire stay in Thailand?

No. SHA+/AQ hotels are only required for travelers entering Thailand under the No Quarantine program. As long as you have a Thailand Pass, vaccination and insurance, you are free to travel anywhere in Thailand and book any accommodation.

Thailand Embassies Near You

Contact your local Thai Embassy for more details on how to apply for a tourist visa to Thailand:

United States – Washington DC

Royal Thai Embassy Washington DC
Consular Section (Kalorama Rd.)
2300 Kalorama Rd. N.W.,
Washington, DC 20008
Tel: +1 202-684-8493
Monday-Friday : 9:00 am – 12:00 pm EST

United Kingdom – London

Royal Thai Embassy
29-30 Queen’s Gate,
London, SW7 5JB
Phone: 0207 589 2944, 0207 225 5500 ext 5505,
5526 / 0207 225 5507 (for visa matters) from 1400 – 1700 hours
[email protected]

Australia – Canberra

The Royal Thai Embassy, Canberra
111 Empire Circuit Yarralumla ACT 2600
Tel: +61 2 6206 0100
Visa and Thailand Pass Section
+61 2 6206 0100  to 120 or 122
[email protected]

Germany – Berlin

Thai Embassy Berlin
Lepsiusstrasse 64/66 12163 Berlin
Tel: 030 794 810
[email protected]
[email protected]


Royal Thai Embassy
370 Orchard Road
Singapore 238870
Telephone: (+65) 6737 2475, 6737 2476
Email: [email protected]

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  1. Lian Lollen
    December 25, 2022

    1. Is it mandatory to obtain Thailand Pass now? I intend to reach Thailand early 10th January 2023 for 8 days.

    2. The official website for applying for Thailand pass ( is down. How to apply for Thailand Pass, if needed now?


    • December 26, 2022

      Dear Lian,

      1. Thailand Pass has already been abolished.
      2. You do not need Thailand Pass anymore.

      Thailand has no COVID restrictions.

  2. Anthony Till
    August 8, 2022

    Hi confused going to Thailand on 11 august for 2 week holiday full vaccinated some websites say need pass others so no longer needed

  3. Indranil
    August 6, 2022

    We will go for travelling thailand by 24 dec 2022.for 8 to 10 days . Thai pass is needed or direct visa ? As per website here july 2022 onwards pass is no more needed. Right?

  4. Elvira Idrizi
    July 29, 2022

    I’m flying to Bangkok on 4th of August from Albania and will arrive on the same day. Will I be required to show the Thai Pass?

    Thank you.

  5. Filharmond
    July 23, 2022

    I will be travelling to Thailand this September with my wife and 9 months old baby. Both my wife and I are fully vaccinated.
    There’s no vaksin for baby yet. Can we bring our baby with us into Thailand without the need to do PCR test on the baby prior to arrival?

  6. Nasser
    July 12, 2022

    Hi.. Did you cancel a thaipass ?

    July 12, 2022

    May I checked still need to apply Thailand pass during my travel visit on September ?

  8. Steve Rainbow
    July 6, 2022

    Dear Thai Embassy

    I read that as of 01 July 2022 this Thailand Pass is no longer required, however this page does not reflect it. I am travelling on 10 July. Do I still need to apply for this pass?

    Thank you

  9. Senthil Kumar Kandalur samandam
    June 22, 2022


    I landed today from Munich by Thai airways and I have a flight back today evening in Thai airways – I have my both boarding pass from Munich to bangkok and bangkok to chennai – my check in baggage as checked in Munich

    I like to go to bangkok city and come back to the airport

    Do I need Visa and Thai pass

    Pls advice

    Thanks & Regards
    K.S.Senthil Kumar

  10. Jc
    June 21, 2022

    Hi! I will visit Thailand this weekend. I recently renewed my passport from my maiden name to my husband’s last name. I’m still using my maiden name when I was vaccinated. Would I encounter any problem for my pass approval due to the differences on my passport name and vaccination name? Should I just attach my marriage cert? Thank you.

    • June 22, 2022

      Hi Jc,

      Use the name indicated in your passport. For Vaccination certificate , bring copy of marriage contract.

      Thank you

  11. Wejdan
    June 21, 2022


    I applied for the tourist visa and got accepted but then the visa’s entry are no longer required for Saudis and my flight is 2 weeks still. How can I get a refund if I’m not going to use the visa?

    • June 22, 2022

      Hi Wejdan,

      Please coordinate it to the Embassy where you applied your visa.

      Thank you

  12. Estela
    June 21, 2022


    I’m flying to Bangkok on 30th June from Manila and will arrive on the same day at 9pm. Will I be required to show the Thai Pass?

    Thank you.

    • June 22, 2022

      Hi Estela,


      Thank you

  13. shani
    June 21, 2022

    There is a problem in thaipass for land travel. We cannot select the arrival boundary.

  14. THUY
    June 21, 2022


    i try to submit thailandpass but for land after choosing malaysia First Arrival Boundary in Thailand (City) is empty, there is no location to choose…. i try to call up helpline but no body answer…..
    Please help urgent


  15. Daniel Ossenblok
    June 21, 2022


    I have read that from 1st july 2022 a Thailand pass and proof of medical insurance is no longer needed. That is great news.
    We are travelling to Thailand on 2th of august with 3 children. My wife and I are fully vaccinated.

    The change in meassures speak about lifting the rules concerning Thailand pass and insurance but I cannot find any confirmation that the rules concerning children travelling with their parents have stayed the same.

    Can you confirm that the travel rules for my kids are still the same and that they can enter the country without PCR test.

    I hope you can help me with this question.

    • June 22, 2022

      Hi Daniel,

      You’re correct, if you are fully vaccinated , the entry procedure of your children will be the same as yours.

      Thank you.

    June 20, 2022


    • June 22, 2022

      Hi Diwakar,

      Here’s the link if you want to apply Thailand Pass However, effective on July 1 Thailand Pass will be removed.

      Thank you

  17. Maddie
    June 20, 2022

    Hi, my travel insurance is complimentary/part of my credit card benefits. As long as I have spent a minimum of $500 towards holiday-related expenses on my credit card (I booked our flights and accommodation), then I qualify for free travel insurance (including unlimited medical). But I don’t have any sort of letter to prove this. When I complete the Thai Pass application, what should I supply as proof that I have suitable travel insurance? Can I just upload the policy booklet?

    • June 20, 2022

      Hi Maddie,

      You should have a policy indicating that covid insurance is covered and it meet the requirements of USD 10,000.

      Thank you

  18. MarkA
    June 19, 2022

    I fly into BKK on 27 June then a week later will travel to Vietnam and Cambodia before returning to Thailand via land border mid July.
    Do I need to apply for two Thaipasses? If so, can I apply for the second pass this far in advance?
    Thank you in advance

    • June 20, 2022

      Hi Marka,

      On June 27, yes. If your next travel will be July 1 onwards, Thailand Pass will be removed so it’s not necessary.

      Thank you

  19. Chan
    June 18, 2022

    My Malaysian passport has 5+ months validity and I am unable to renew before the trip to Phuket. Am I able to still get the Thailand pass and enter Thailand if my intended stay is only 2 weeks?

    • June 20, 2022

      Hi Chan,

      The immigration requires atleast 6 mos validity of Passport.

      Thank you

  20. Sean Carson
    June 17, 2022

    Hi, I fly out of London on 30th June 2022 and land in Bangkok on the 1st July at 7am.
    Will I still need the Thailand Pass?

    • June 20, 2022

      Hi Sean,

      No need for Thailand Pass, but if you’re still concern, you can still apply for it only takes 30 minutes to get the QR code.

      Thank you

    • June 20, 2022

      Hi Sean,

      No, but if you are still concern , you can apply QR code will take only 30 minutes.

      Thank you

  21. sami
    June 17, 2022

    I’ll land in Thailand on July 1st. Do I need a Thailand pass?

    • June 20, 2022

      Hi Sami,

      As per latest updates, effective on July 1st , Thailand Pass will be removed. So no need.

      Thank you

  22. Desiree
    June 17, 2022

    When applying for a Thailand Pass and it’s asks for “first port of entry “ do they mean my final destination? Or do they mean the first city in Thailand I land? I am going to Ko Samui but I change planes in Bangkok (without leaving the airport)

    • June 17, 2022

      Hi Desiree,

      If you will be recheck in your luggage at immigration in Bangkok ready for next flight that will be your first port of entry.

      Thank you

    • Paul
      June 20, 2022

      Thai pass..PCR are NOT TEST..they are not meant to be used as test you can find anything if you cycled the machine 23 times

  23. Andrew
    June 17, 2022

    Hello, My mom’s thai pass is until 18th of June. But she wants to stay until 20th as I will be here until 20th ( we are at bkk) when we arrived we wrote down that she will leave on 18th on the immigration paper as well. Will she be able to stay until 20th without a problem? Are there something that needs to be done?

    Thank you

    • June 17, 2022

      Hi Andrew,

      That’s okay, Thailand Pass is an entry requirements.

      Thank you

  24. Lyn
    June 16, 2022

    hi ,my 5days trip travel to bangkok thailand from 23th june until 27th june . During the trip i had booked for 2 hotels and I can’t add on 2 hotels when applying the pass . My thailand pass get approval but the valid date for entry until 26th june only which is the checked out date for 1st hotel stay . What should i do for this issue ? I need to reapply the thailand pass not ?

    • June 17, 2022

      Hi Lyn,

      That’s okay, no need to re apply. Thailand Pass is an entry requirements.

      Thank you

  25. Vatey
    June 16, 2022


    I am from Belgium, I am going to Cambodia on 21 June. And i need to transit in BKK Airport during 1Hours so do I need a Thailand pass?

    Thank you


    • June 17, 2022

      Hi Vatey,

      If you will recheck in your baggage at immigration in Bangkok , you need Thailand Pass.

      Thank you

  26. Fred
    June 15, 2022

    I had the third dose (booster) of vaccine at the beginning of March but after a few days I got Covid and I was totally recovered at the end of March. Please note that I plan to enter in Thailand three months after the certified date of recovery.
    Is it enough to upload only the third dose certification or do I need to submit the recovery certification too? Do I need to take a test just to be sure not to have any problem at the border controls?
    Thank you for your kind help.

    • June 17, 2022

      Hi Fred,

      Just vaccination certificate and certificate of recovery.

      Thank you

  27. nuno couto
    June 14, 2022

    Olá from Portugal!
    I will arrive at Bkk on Aug 12, and pass some days in the city.
    After i will fly to Vietname and Singapore for a couple of days. And then i’ll return to Krabi or Samui to end my 25 days of holydays.
    1 – The Thailand Pass that i will present at the Bkk Aiport will be valid to re-enter in the country? Or should i do another one?
    2 – The same for the insurance?

    • June 17, 2022

      Hi Nuno,

      Thailand Pass will every enter same as well with the insurance.

      Thank you

  28. Haziq
    June 14, 2022

    Hello, i applied for air travel, can i change to land travel? or i can just use the air travel, but enter by land?

    • June 20, 2022

      Hi Haziq,

      You can reapply, it takes only 30 minutes to get a QR.

      Thank you

  29. Ajay
    June 14, 2022

    Hi I am traveling to Phuket on 20rd June…then travelling to Bangkok from Phuket on 23rf June…I am there for 4 days till 27th june…but I have pass till 23rd June.only…thaipass…will it be a visa will getting the visa and travelling…and from how and when I can change number of days