By Mary Charie / 02/02/2017

Thailand Visa Guide

Thailand Visa Guide

The entry point for most of the Europeans and Westerners to the paradise of Asia. Tonnes of direct and affordable flights to Southeast Asia are heading to Thailand. I’m one of the travellers who couldn’t resist the beauty of Thailand, being a Philippines’ passport holder, my entry to Thailand was easy and smooth, although it wasn’t as easy when I had to fly out.

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Most Europeans and the west part of the world should not have a hard time obtaining a visa to Thailand. In this Thailand visa guide article, you will find out if you are free of visa to enter the country, how long you are allowed to stay for, where you can apply for one (if you need a visa), how much should it cost you, and how to extend your Thai visa.

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Thailand Visa Guide

COUNTRIES with 90 Days VISA-FREE 

  • Argentina
  • Brazil
  • Chile
  • South Korea
  • Peru

COUNTRIES with 30 Days VISA-FREE

These nationals may stay in Thailand for up to 30 days: Hong Kong, Laos, Macau, Mongolia, Russia, and Vietnam.

Thailand Visa Guide

*Nationals of the listed countries above may extend their visa for another 30 days.

COUNTRIES with 14 Days VISA-FREE

COUNTRIES can obtain VISA ON ARRIVAL (VOA)

These nationals will be allowed to stay in Thailand for 15 days (major entry points – land or air). Holders of visa on arrivals cannot be extended. Visa on arrival fee is $29 USD. You can get your VOA here.

Thailand Visa Guide


TRANSIT VISA IN THAILAND

If you have a connection in Thailand, find out below if you need a transit visa:

Passengers transiting through Suvarnabhumi Airport for less than 12 hours do not require a visa, unless they are travelling on Angkor Air, Cebu Pacific, Easter Jet, Golden Myanmar Airlines, Indigo, Jeju Air, Jet Asia Airways, Jetstar Asia Airways, Jetstar Pacific, Jin Air, Juneyao Airlines, Lao Central Airlines, Tigerair Mandala, Norwegian Air, Orient Thai Airlines, Regent Airways, Shandong Airlines, Sichuan Airlines, South East Asian Airlines, SpiceJet, Spring Airlines, T’way Airlines, Thai Smile, Tigerair or VietJet Air.

See? It’s given that Thailand is a great destination PLUS visa here is easy to get! I hope article of Thailand visa guide has been useful for you. Feel free to drop a line if you have any questions.


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Mary Charie

She's the person behind this blog. Torn between her itchy feet and writing, Mary found herself soaking up in the world of travel blogging. She travels on her own terms and tries to build her own world whilst pushing herself into every corner of life, breaking limit beyond her capabilities.

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