Travel to Thailand from India


Indian Passport

During this global pandemic, the Thailand government has enforced measures to curb COVID-19 from spreading in Thailand. These measures include implementing quarantine, testing and monitoring of visitors’ health as they enter the country.

Indian nationals coming to Thailand must comply with these measures.

The Thai Embassy and Consulates in India have resumed their visa application services. The good news is that on June 1, Thailand further eased its travel restrictions and Thailand Pass entry process.

There are 4 major changes to Thailand Pass in June:

  • Thailand Pass approvals are instant.
  • Thai Nationals do not need to apply for a Pass.
  • All mandatory quarantine periods have been removed no matter your vaccination status.
  • Unvaccinated Indian travelers have the option of completing an RT-PCR or Professional Antigen Test (Pro-ATK) 72 hours before departing India.

Visiting Thailand is easy for Indian travelers, and how they apply for a Thailand Pass will depend on their vaccination status. It is important to note that all foreign visitors are required to apply for a Thailand Pass before arriving in Thailand.

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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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5 Easy Steps on How to Enter Thailand in 2022 from India

1. Apply for a Thai Visa

Indian citizens are again allowed to enter Thailand under the Visa Exempt scheme. There is a restriction in place that Indian citizens can visit Thailand under visa exemption for a maximum of 14 days.

If you would like to stay in Thailand for longer than 15 days, you will need to apply for a visa at your local Thai Embassy.

Current Thai visas available to Indian citizens are:

  • Tourist Visa (TR)
  • Special Tourist Visa (STV)
  • Non-Immigrant Visa (for visiting Thailand based on different purpose of stay and the visa is valid for 90 days and it can be extended in Thailand up to 1 year
  • Thailand Elite Visa

To apply for the Thai visa, please visit the following website:

After you have been issued a Thai visa, you may apply for your entry to Thailand. Depending on your vaccination status, you may qualify for:

Entry Schemes to Thailand

Vaccination status and entering Thailand

From June 1 2022, Thailand Pass application and approval requirements will depend on a travelers vaccination status. Citizens from India will be able to enter the country one of two ways.

  • Fully Vaccinated travelers will no longer need to apply to enter Thailand under the Test & Go or Sandbox scheme. 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 insurance and their vaccination certificate when applying for Thailand Pass.

    Unvaccinated children under 18 years old may travel with vaccinated parents without testing.

  • Unvaccinated or partially vaccinated travelers will no longer need to complete any mandatory quarantine. Unvaccinated Indians will complete an RT-PCR or Pro-ATK test and upload the result into their Thailand Pass application.

    The test result must be no older than 72 hours before your departure from India and must be completed by a medical professional.

    Children under the age of 18 who are traveling with unvaccinated parents will also need to complete an RT-PCR or Pro-ATK test.

    The Pro-ATK test is not a self-test kit you buy at a local pharmacy or shop. The Pro-ATK test is cheaper than an RT-PCR test and you will receive a result faster.

All Indian citizens will require:

  • A confirmed flight
  • Covid-19 insurance
  • An approved Thailand pass.

2. Book your Flight to Thailand

At present, certain airlines, such as Qatar Airways, Etihad, Emirates, and other major airlines may operate flights from India to Bangkok or Phuket, whether it is on a daily or weekly basis. 

To book your flight from India to Bangkok or Phuket, please click the link below:

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If you follow social media, you may hear the term “sealed flights” mentioned. With the removal of all mandatory quarantine, Indian travelers can now enter Thailand at any international airport and transit domestically without needing to worry about special flights.

Your travel date now can change by up to 3 days after your original arrival date without needing to apply for a new Thailand Pass. If your travel changes by more than 3 days then you need to organize a new Thailand Pass.

Most airlines follow the rules of the arrival country. If you are transiting through another country, it is best to check with the airline if you need to complete any tests for that particular country.

3. Book a Hotel

Vaccinated travelers or unvaccinated travelers who complete a 72-hour pre-departure RT-PCR/Pro-ATK test are welcome to book any accommodation. There are no quarantine requirements.

There is no need to book SHA+ hotels or quarantine packages. SHA+ quarantine packages have been removed from most booking sites. If you see a “Quarantine Package” listed, you do not need to choose it.

You do need to enter an address when applying for Thailand Pass in order to submit the application. The accommodation can be a hotel, home, or a friend’s address.

4. Purchase your COVID 19 Insurance

If you are a foreigner, you are required to purchase a COVID-19 insurance policy. The policy must include:

  • Minimum cover of USD$ 10,000
  • Cover of Covid-19-related incidents
  • Medical Costs (medications, professional care, etc.)
  • Life Insurance
  • Unexpected costs (missed flights, loss of baggage, etc.)

Note: Please make sure that your COVID-19 insurance policy must cover your entire stay in Thailand.

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5. Apply for the Thailand Pass

To apply for Thailand Pass, head over to https://tp.consular.go.th/. You will need the following documents.

Vaccinated travelers:

  • Your passport profile page
  • Flight itinerary to confirm the arrival date
  • A certificate of full (2 doses) vaccination
  • A medical insurance policy with at least USD$ 10,000 minimum coverage

Unvaccinated travelers:

  • Your passport profile page
  • Flight itinerary to confirm the arrival date
  • An RT-PCR or Pro-ATK test result no more than 72 hours before your departure date
  • A medical insurance policy with at least USD$10,000 minimum coverage

To obtain a QR entry code or Thailand Pass ID, travelers will have to:

  • Register at the Thailand Pass 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 Thailand Pass approval

Once approved, you will receive an email with your QR Entry Code and Thailand Pass ID.

Children under the age of 18 are not required to lodge an application, but will instead be added as additional members on a parent’s or guardian’s application.

Previously a visitor would need to lodge their Thailand Pass application 7 days before traveling but with the June 1 changes, approvals will be received within an hour.

The application for the Thailand Pass is free. However, should the applicant need any assistance, you may visit www.siam-legal.com/thailand-pass.

Prepare your documents before departure

Once you have everything booked and received your Thailand Pass, you are ready to fly. Airports out of India and into Thailand are busy with the extra level of security currently required, so to help both yourself and airport officials it is best to be prepared.

To help streamline your visit to Thailand, it is a good practice to print all your documents and have them ready to present to Immigration Officers when you arrive and pass through Passport Control. You should print your:

  • Thailand Pass QR code
  • Certificate of Insurance
  • Vaccination certificate (vaccinated travelers)
  • 72-hour RT-PCR test result (unvaccinated travelers)
  • Covid-19 recovery certificate (if previously tested positive)
  • TM8 – Health declaration form
  • TM6 – This is the blue card they give you on the plane.

This will speed up your processing time before leaving your country and entering through Thailand’s Passport Control. Immigration and Health Officers will appreciate the extra effort you make. A great start to a holiday.

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90 Comments

  1. Maheswari
    July 4, 2022
    Reply

    Starting 1st July , some major changes have been carried out. Kindly update them in the website. Also please let us know if Visa exemption for upto 14 days is still in vogue. What happened to eVisa on Arrival and Visa on Arrivel schemes?

  2. Didhiti
    June 30, 2022
    Reply

    Hi I am travelling to bangkok on 10th July so do I need a Thailand pass and travel insurance?

    • July 5, 2022

      Hi Didhiti,

      It’s not mandated but it’s still highly recommended.

      Thank you

  3. Jasvir Singh
    June 2, 2022
    Reply

    Sir, may I extend my flight for one day I.e 5th June in place of 4th june.
    4th June already plan and flight has been booked but now i want to leave Thailand on dated 5th June. Is it possible.

    • July 5, 2022

      Hi Jasvir,

      Yes.

      Thank you

  4. LEENA WALIA
    April 23, 2022
    Reply

    Hello, we are coming to Phuket from India for 3 nights 6-9th May 2022.
    Do we need a visa or is it exempt?

  5. Mr ram
    April 20, 2022
    Reply

    I am thai citizens i come from india 15 march 2022 now I over stay in india 20 days how i can do and i want to go back in Thailand what document please tell me

  6. Raksha
    April 20, 2022
    Reply

    Hi I am travelling from India to go to Tokyo Haneda though Bangkok airport and my final destination is Honolulu. I have COVID testing documents and other related documents like I have my visa for my final destination. I just to know if I need a visa to go to Tokyo though Bangkok airport. Could you help me with this cause I need to book my ticket faster.

  7. Karuna Arora
    April 13, 2022
    Reply

    Kindly expedite our request for Thailand Pass under Reference numbers 087493 and 853267. We are scheduled to depart for Thailand at 6 AM IST on 14th April 2022 .

  8. Mrunal Hatwar
    April 6, 2022
    Reply

    Hey,
    I am an Indian citizen with an Indian passport and I currently stay in Germany( with a schengen visa). I wish to travel from Germany to Thailand for a conference. The period of my stay will be less than 15 days. Will I be able to get visa on arrival ? or I have to apply for visa differently? Please send me a answer as soon as possible.

    Thank you

  9. Rachit
    April 5, 2022
    Reply

    Hi, I am travelling to Phuket from New Delhi, India on April 14. Wanted to confirm if I can get visa on arrival at the Phuket Airport.

  10. Nikhil Nimmakayala
    April 1, 2022
    Reply

    Hi, we are travelling to Phuket on 3rd may and there is stop at Bangkok , and we will return to Bangkok on 5th may can we do this with test and go program

  11. Jitendra singg
    March 22, 2022
    Reply

    I am travel for next month 2 april 2022.
    do i have to take rt-pcr test before dispatched

  12. Deepshikha
    March 22, 2022
    Reply

    I am a citizen of India and intend to travel Bangkok and Pattaya on April 2022. My query is since i have a Vaccination done in Europe in the year March 2021 am i eligible to travel to Thailand with an RT-PCR negative test result and my vaccine certificate? also am i eligible for Visa on Arrival to Thailand with all the necessary Documents?
    Awaiting your kind response.
    Thank you in advance.

  13. Sohel
    March 19, 2022
    Reply

    Hello I m from India Hyderabad so Im planning to go to Thailand for one year to learn Martial arts I need one year visa will u advice me how I can get one year visa to stay there for one year which kind of visa is suitable for me I want to save my money as much for reentering to Thailand or go to border means I will waste my money by tickets plz help me

  14. Kripa
    March 15, 2022
    Reply

    What is the most updated guidelines? What are the final list of documents required for tourists from India. Is quarantine for a day still required?

  15. Nitin Bagal
    March 8, 2022
    Reply

    I am travelling to Thailand in March and i already have VISA, ThaiPass and RTPCR booked.
    Do i need any further document to fulfill for entry to Thailand/Phuket?

  16. Vishal Gupta
    March 2, 2022
    Reply

    I am planning a visit to Bangkok from India. Can i get visa on arrival or do i need to get visa in India?
    Do i still need to book RT-PCR test on arrival or RAT is Ok? As I heard that Thailand government is relaxing RT-PCR test to RAT.

  17. Arvie
    March 2, 2022
    Reply

    Hi,

    For indian passport holder, the visa on arrival is in effect? Do i still need the COE? Any change in the requirements?

    Thank you

  18. P Rammanohar Rao
    March 2, 2022
    Reply

    I am an Indian citizen.
    I want to travel from mynamar by road to thailand. stay in thailand and travel to Laos, Combodia and Vietnam. so I need multiple entry into thailand. let me know the VISA requirements and stay in thailand could be 30 days to 45 days.

  19. Nilanjana Chatterji
    February 23, 2022
    Reply

    Hi. I am an Indian passport holder wishing to visit my parents who work in Thailand. I will travel from UK as I am on holiday here and wish to apply for a Thai visa of 90 days. Do I need to get an appointment at the embassy for this or is it done online?

  20. james
    February 17, 2022
    Reply

    What happens is i havent been in india for 21 days prior to VOA at Samui, what program would i have to under?

  21. Hitesh Pandey
    February 10, 2022
    Reply

    Hello,

    I’m an Indian citizen staying in United States of America traveling to Phuket in April, and I’m completely vaccinated. Can I get a Visa on Arrival because I haven’t been in India for 21 days? Also, if I produce a negative RT-PCR test result upon arrival, do I need to have another test?

    Thanks,
    Hitesh

  22. Lenam
    January 30, 2022
    Reply

    I am vietnamese citizen, i intend on visiting Thailand from india. I would like to know can i fly from delhi to bkk in this month and how kind of requirements i need?
    Thank you

  23. vamshi
    January 11, 2022
    Reply

    I am Australian passport holder currently in India from past 1 month. I want to travel to Bangkok and then take the next flight to australia after 5 days. What are my options ? Am I allowed to travel to Bangkok directly and do quarantine? Do I need to be in quarantine for 7 days or am I just supposed to quarantine until I return a negative pcr test? Please advice.

  24. Biraj Kumar
    January 11, 2022
    Reply

    I am an Indian Citizen and booked the flights to India via Bangkok airport (layover is 3 hours).

    Ticket 1: Melbourne to Bangkok (via Singapore) – Scoot Airlines on 5th March 2022
    Layover time at BKK = 3 hour (approx.)
    Ticket 2: Bangkok to New Delhi – Go First Airlines on 6th March 2022

    I know I would need to go through immigration and self transfer at the Bangkok airport.

    Do I need to apply for a transit visa and Thailand pass for the entry to Bangkok Airport?
    Any other requirements, please let me know.

  25. JR
    December 20, 2021
    Reply

    Hi There,

    I have got my thai pass and I am scheduled to travel in a few days. Could you please let me know where can I download T8 health form.

    Thanks,
    JR

  26. Kamal Bora
    December 16, 2021
    Reply

    Hi,
    I have booked a Thai airways ticket(21 Jan 2022) and I am traveling from Delhi to BKK. After 12 hrs, I have another flight(Qantas) from BKK to Sydney. I would like to know whether I am allowed to stay at transit area, BKK or not(with or without a transit visa)? Would I need to face immigration? Please note that both flights have been booked separately by me.

  27. Swapnil S Tavrej
    December 15, 2021
    Reply

    I have recently received by Non B Visa and intend to travel to Thailand but I have been informed by our travel agent that Indians has been banned to travel to india effective from 15 Dec 2021.

    I am unable to seek any document proving his claim, Please confirm.

  28. Ashwini Kulkarni
    December 14, 2021
    Reply

    Hi,
    I would be travelling to Phuket through the sandbox scheme from India in the month of January. I would like to know how and where can I apply for the T8 Health form?

  29. Rahul
    December 14, 2021
    Reply

    Hi There,
    I have a business meeting in Bangkok and my client is booking my flights and hotel , I need Business visa , can you please help me with the process and my schedule is from 3rd Jan to 8 Jan 2022

  30. Bikram
    December 14, 2021
    Reply

    We are scheduled to arrive in Bangkok on 30th December from New Delhi, India and were informed that we need the necessary test’s , insurance and upon arrival need to stay & pay for arrival testing and await test result within 10 hours. Upon confirmation of negative test, we are free to move around.

    Is there any change in this policy ?

  31. zack
    December 13, 2021
    Reply

    Hi Team,

    what is the requirement for Indian passport holder transiting through Bangkok to Hong Kong. Where in airlines are different and need manual transfer.

  32. JAbu
    December 12, 2021
    Reply

    Hi, I am indian nationalist staying in Qatar now
    I would like to travel Thailand from Qatar

    Am I eligible for visa on arrival if me stay less than 14 days in thailand?

  33. George
    December 9, 2021
    Reply

    Hi,

    My name is George and I am an Indian citizen living in Chiang Mai, Thailand on a work visa. I have been here for over 4 years and I haven’t been back home since the December of 2019. I am trying to get my mother, who is an Indian citizen, to Thailand as I am getting married at the end of this month. She has applied and gotten a Thai tourist visa but we are having trouble getting a flight ticket. The airlines are saying that tourists are not allowed into Thailand. It is very confusing. Is there some documentation that we are missing? My mother has full vaccination, insurance, a valid tourist visa to Thailand, and the necessary funds to travel. I am not understanding what else she needs. Once we have the ticket, we can book a hotel in Bangkok for Stop and Go and then apply for Thailand Pass. Thank you for your help

  34. jai dhillon
    December 7, 2021
    Reply

    Hi,
    I required information for re-entry into Thailand as I will to travel to India from Dec 20th 2021 to Jan 4th 2022. I have a work permit and valid work visa for Thailand and a multiple re-entry stamp from the immigration.
    Could you advise me what documents i need to present when flying back to Thailand.
    Thank you

  35. VB
    December 5, 2021
    Reply

    – Travelling from India
    – Plan to meet my friend in Chiang Rai ( India – BKK – ChangRai )
    – Can i Test & Go , would i be required to Quarantine ?
    – Can i book for my stay in a Hotel in Chiang Rai or does it have to be in Bangkok.

  36. Khushal Khanna
    November 27, 2021
    Reply

    I intend to Visit Thailand in the month of January for 7 Days.
    Can I visit Phuket and Koh Samui at the same time without any covid restrictions?
    Also, is it possible to visit Phuket and Krabi within the 7-days?

  37. Sky
    November 26, 2021
    Reply

    Hi I’m an Indian and want to travel Bangkok in January .
    I’m fully vaccinated and have travel insurance as well but i will be taking visa (VOA).
    What other things need to do ?
    Is there any change in latest Update ?

  38. Ashley
    November 26, 2021
    Reply

    Hi, I want to know the updated guidelines, I am an Indian passport holder staying in Dubai. I am planning to visit Phuket for 15 days exact towards end of December 2021. Am I eligible for Visa on arrival at Phuket airport. Request your feedback

  39. Gayatri
    November 25, 2021
    Reply

    HI
    I intend to visit Australia through Thailand in which i want to take one day break journey. plz suggest me the whole process about it

  40. Lakshman
    November 24, 2021
    Reply

    Hi,

    I am planning with my friend both are fully vaccinated to visit Bangkok from India, in December 2021.
    So, will I be eligible for Visa On Arrival?
    And in this case, I have to stay in the SHA+ hotel for only 1 night right ?
    After the SHA+ stay, can I travel to Phuket ?

    Thanks.

  41. Iqbal khan
    November 24, 2021
    Reply

    Hello. I am planning my honeymoon for phuket and phi phi island.

    Visa on arrival is available if im travelling from india?

  42. Ankit
    November 20, 2021
    Reply

    Hi, I am an Indian citizen having taken 2 doses of Covid vaccination. I intend to travel to Phuket, Phi-phi islands & Krabi in the month of January, 2022. My total duration of stay is expected to be not more than 7 days.

    Can I travel directly to Phuket and apply for visa on arrival?

    Is it mandatory to enter Phuket via the Phuket Sandbox Program?

    Can I travel freely to the above mentioned places after receiving 1 RT-PCR negative on arrival or is it mandatory to stay in SHA+ hotel for 7 nights before being able to move free to Phi-Phi & Krabi?

    Thanks & Best Regards.

  43. Ann
    November 19, 2021
    Reply

    Hello,
    We are planning to visit Phuket from India in Jan 2022 . We are a family of 4 (2 adults and 2 children aged 8 and 1) . I have 2 questions :
    1. For fully vaccinated adults, will a RTPCR be needed for travel and entry into Phuket ? Or will it be taken upon arrival ? Will the children have to undergo the test too ?
    2. What is the process for Visa on arrival and costing for 4 travellers mentioned above.

  44. Krister
    November 17, 2021
    Reply

    We wish to travel to Phuket using the sandbox programme. Us two adults are fully vaccinated but our three children are not. Do we all have to quarantine for 10 days or is that only if you travel through Bangkok? Is 7 days in a Sha + hotel enough or do we need the full 10 days?

  45. Neeraj
    November 17, 2021
    Reply

    Hi
    I am indian citizen and i want to come bangkok please tell me how many days need quarantine for bangkok and Pattaya

  46. umapathi
    November 16, 2021
    Reply

    Iam an Indian interest to travel to bangkok and pattaya wt are all rules of vaccination covaxin is allowed or only covisheild

  47. Bunty
    November 16, 2021
    Reply

    Is there any way to travel from Phuket to Krabi after 3 days of stay in Phuket?

  48. Matt
    November 15, 2021
    Reply

    Hello!

    Can an American in India on a tourist visa apply for a Thailand Tourist visa while they have their holiday in India? Or do you have to be an Indian resident to apply for a Thai Visa in India?

    Best,

    Matt

  49. Singh Santosh
    November 15, 2021
    Reply

    Hi,

    I am an Indian citizen and I plan to book a flight from New Delhi to Singapore. I am already fully vaccinated.

    The flight has to transit at Bangkok for 4 hours.

    Do I need to take additional COVID PCR test when arrive at Bangkok?
    Any other requirement as I am only staying in the transit lounge?

    Please advise.

    Thank you.

  50. SG
    November 13, 2021
    Reply

    Hey! I am an Indian passport holder and want to transit to a 3rd country via Bangkok (Transit time is less than 5 hours).

    Is this allowed? any other documents needed from my end?

  51. Mean
    November 10, 2021
    Reply

    Hi,

    I am from Hong Kong and will travel with a friend from India to Thailand in December. I will fly from HK and he will fly from India. May i know:

    1) Can we enter bangkok or has to be phuket and samui (sandbox program)
    2) After arriving thailand, we need to stay 1 nights in a quarantine hotel to wait for our test result, once we get negative result we are free to move to other hotels?
    3) Hongkonger do not need a VISA to enter thailand, if my friend from india get visa on arrival and intend to go to thai embassy in bangkok to extend it to 3 weeks, will it be allowed? Or he should get a e-visa and extend it instead? (because he is not from delhi or other cities with Thai embassy, it would be extremely difficult for him to submit application f2f for stamp VISA.

    Thank you very much for your help.

  52. Abhishek Kabli
    November 10, 2021
    Reply

    Hi, I am an indian passport holder, travelling from paris to phuket, will I get visa on arrival? If yes & I intend to stay in thailand for 32 days can I get an extention locally in thailand? as the visa on arrival is only valid for 14 days…,.Thanks:)

  53. Amjad
    November 10, 2021
    Reply

    I am travelling from India to Thailand in Dec , do we need a COE to travel. Is the Visa on Arrival available and free for Indians. What other documents you need for travel to Pattaya

  54. Harish
    November 9, 2021
    Reply

    I am an Indian Citizen and intend to travel Thailand for 10 Days. Is there any news for Visa Exemption for Indian Citizens. As India is not in 64 Countries exempted for Thailand Visa. Please let me know.

  55. Jai
    November 9, 2021
    Reply

    Hi, I am an Indian, temporarily staying in Australia ( work visa). I need to visit India in January 2022. What all documents and processes I need to go through?

    Thanks,
    Jai

    • Jai
      November 9, 2021

      P.S., I am looking at a flight that has 22 hrs. layover in Bangkok. And I believe as per Thailand rules, I cannot be in transit for more than 12 hrs., So I will have to check out for almost a day. Therefore I need to know what all documents I will need, to enter Bangkok.

  56. Manikandan
    November 8, 2021
    Reply

    I want to enter vid Bangkok. I am fully vaccinated. Should I undergo quarantine even after RTPCR on arrival. When can I freely venture out of my hotel. After all I am looking at a holiday and how can I stay in.

  57. Sakina
    November 8, 2021
    Reply

    Hello,

    When on Phuket Sandbox Programme, can i visit Koh Samui and Krabi in the first 7 days of arrival as we intent to stay only for 7 nights in Thailand

    Thanks
    Sakina

  58. Awad
    November 5, 2021
    Reply

    Hi,
    i am Indian passport citizen i would like to travel Phuket in jan2022 is there any quarantine in Phuket travelling from India.

  59. vicki
    November 3, 2021
    Reply

    Dear Sir/Madam,

    I am Australian citizen.
    I retired on June 8, 2019.
    I have been in India since March 1, 2020.
    I would like to come to Thailand for up to 6 months or more.
    I am not vaccinated

    Please advise visa and additional requirements for entry and stay in Thailand.
    Many thanks
    Vicki

  60. Ane Zabaleta
    November 1, 2021
    Reply

    I’m spanish living in India. Full vaccinate.
    Can I go to Bangkok and move to Korea Tao? Need I do the quarantine?
    Thank you very much

  61. Bob
    October 30, 2021
    Reply

    Is there any way to get visitor visa for a month?

  62. Shobha
    October 30, 2021
    Reply

    Hi I’m planning to travel to thailand for a month. Is it possible to get a visa on arrival for 30 days duration?

  63. Gaurav K
    October 29, 2021
    Reply

    Hello,

    I am planning to visit Thailand from Idnia and want to check if I could transit from Colombo, Sri Lanka ?

    Reason is there are no direct flights to Phuket from Bangalore. Any suggestion would be really appreciated

  64. Ash
    October 27, 2021
    Reply

    Do you know if I need to home quarantine when I arrive back in India after travelling in Thailand? Cant find any information. Thanks.

  65. Shank
    October 26, 2021
    Reply

    Hi,
    I am from India, willing to travel to Pattaya by last week of November. Is pattaya open for Indian tourist. Can i travel from Suvarnbhumi to pattaya on the day of my arrival, is there any quarantine requirements.

  66. Ria
    October 25, 2021
    Reply

    Hi I am Travelling from India in January for 21 days To Phuket .Indian Passport.

    1. which visa should I apply for .
    2. do I need to show proof of 21 days stay or just 7 days stay of SHA hotel in Phuket ?

    Please do guide Thanks in Advance .

  67. Jyoti
    October 23, 2021
    Reply

    Hi,
    I intend to visit Bangkok for tourism and meeting friends, Planning to stay for 3 weeks, how can i apply for Tourist visa ? both vfs global and Cox and Kings Global webpages are not working.

  68. Nidhiwadee
    October 23, 2021
    Reply

    สวัสดีค่ะ
    สอบถามค่ะ ถ้าเราพำนักที่ไทย แต่ไปท่องเที่ยวที่อินเดีย ตอนกลับเราต้องมีผล RT-PCR ที่ตรวจจากอินเดียก่อนเดินทางเข้าประเทศไทยไหมคะ และต้องจองการตรวจ RT-PCR ที่สุวรรณภูมิในวันที่เดินทางถึงไทยและวันที่ 6 ไหมคะ

  69. Neeraj Joshi
    October 22, 2021
    Reply

    I want go Thailand nowadays can you tell me what’s up processor please 🙏

  70. Ashish
    October 20, 2021
    Reply

    Hi,

    I am a Canadian citizen who is fully vaccinated with Pfizer. I plan to visit Thailand in December. I plan to spend 15 days in India before entering Thailand for 7 days. Please let me know if there are restrictions

    Thanks

  71. Brinda
    October 19, 2021
    Reply

    My flight is booked from India to Phuket via BKK airport. Am I still eligible for the Phuket Sandbox Program in a SHA+ hotel?

  72. Khilan Gajjar
    October 16, 2021
    Reply

    1. How to apply for a COE?
    2. Is Covaxin Vaccine is approved by thailand authority or not?

  73. Ziya
    October 15, 2021
    Reply

    I’m Australian citizen returning to sydney via Bangkok transit. I have Indian travel history. Can i transit via Bangkok?

  74. Darr Per
    October 12, 2021
    Reply

    Hi,
    I intend on visiting Phuket through the sandbox scheme from India for a duration of 6 days during the month of November. I would like to know if I would be granted visa on arrival at Phuket International Airport and if so, how much would it cost?

    • October 15, 2021

      Dear Darr,

      Good day.
      If you are holding Indian passport, yes, you can enter using visa on arrival. You need to apply for COE under category 11: Visa Exempt Medium Term Visitor. Once you have the COE, you can travel to Phuket. At Phuket airport, you need to pay 2,000 THB fee for visa on arrival.

      Thank you.

    • Annie
      October 19, 2021

      Dear sir ,
      I have booked my tickets from 1 st of January 2022 to 21 st of January from Bangalore to Phuket. But I realised now it says Indians can stay only for two weeks ? Is there any way to work around this problem regarding the visa . Please do help me understand this . Warm Regards

    • Kavya Sharma
      March 22, 2022

      Hi,
      I have booked a sha plus hotel test and go for my first day in thailand bangkok. Can you please help me with below mentioned questions.
      1. Can I travel from bangkok to phuket on my 5th day in thailand by any flight?
      2. Do I have to book a Sha plus test and go package again in phuket on 5th day.

      I’d really appreciate if you can guide me.

  75. Priten vasa
    October 11, 2021
    Reply

    Hi Embassy

    I am planning for mid-December for trip . What is phuket 7+7 extension? Does it means 7 days in phuket and than can move to krabi or other province without any restriction ..?
    Commercial flights from india has still not started should i book for SHA+stay and wait for the flight?

    • Urvashi Pachisiap
      June 25, 2022

      I am traveling with my 12 yr old unvaccinated child. Is RTPCR required for my child

    • July 5, 2022

      Hi Urvashi,

      If you are fully vaccinated, your kid can enter without test.

      Thank you

  76. Michael
    October 10, 2021
    Reply

    I have read there are now 2 requirements a fit to fly and COVID free certificate is it not just the 1 RT PCR test?

    • October 15, 2021

      Dear Michael,

      Good day.
      You need to have RT PCR COVID test before traveling to Thailand. If you are participating in Phuket Sandbox, you need to have COVID tests upon arrival and on Day 6. You can book your COVID tests in Phuket through: http://www.thailandpsas.com

      Thank you.

  77. Yordan Tsonev
    October 8, 2021
    Reply

    I am Indian citizen, and I want to travel to Bangkok. What kind of visa I need? Can I take visa on arrival? (14days are enough) How much time take for issuing of COE?

    • October 9, 2021

      Dear Yordan,

      Good day.
      Yes, you can take Visa on Arrival. You can choose Visa Exempt as category of permitted persons. The process for COE may take 5 to 15 days.

      Thank you.

    • Arun Gopi
      October 18, 2021

      Hi Rex,
      Would I have stay in the hotel at Phuket till my second COVID test? Is it possible to explore Phuket?

    • Shank
      October 26, 2021

      Hi Yordon, are you getting flights from India to Bangkok. I guess there is no direct flight, as no Indian/Thai airlines operating this route. So international flight with respective layover in their country is the only option to reach bangkok. Correct me please if i am wrong.

      Hi Rex, can i visit bangkok (via srilankan or other airlines). Is there any restriction if i want to go pattaya from bangkok after landing (since no destined airport in pattaya so have to land on suvarnbhumi)