Six Additional Visa on Arrival Checkpoints to Thailand (in addition to the previous 42 checkpoints), will be in place from 6 October 2016 onwards. Visitors may apply for visas at the following immigration checkpoints for the purpose of tourism for the period of not ...
*Tourists from Japan can enter into Thailand with the Special Tourist Visa (STV), Tourist Visa (TR) as well as various Visa Exemption schemes.
For further information and requirements on these types of visa, please visit:
Due to the COVID-19 situation, all travelers including ...
1. Passport holders of the countries listed below
are not required to obtain a visa
when entering Thailand for the purpose of
and will be
permitted to stay in Thailand for a period not exceeding 45
for visits between 22 December 2020 - 30 September 2021.
2. Foreigners entering Thailand under the Tourist Visa ...
The Ministerial Announcement designated 6 more Visa on Arrival (VoA) checkpoints, being effective as of 6th October 2016 onwards.
The Ministerial Announcement designated 6 more Visa on Arrival (VoA) checkpoints, being effective as of 6th October 2016 onwards. Click
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... Organisations with current residence in Japan may request the Note Verbale or an official letter from their respective offices.
A copy of passport or United Nations laissez-passer
(a biodata (photo) page)
Remarks: If applicant already had an appropriate visa or re-entry permit for entering Thailand, please also submit the visa or re-entry permit page. Otherwise, please read information in No.3 (Visa).
A completed Declaration Form
A letter from the respective DCIOs
Currently, the Royal Thai Embassy accepts all types of visa applications as it used to be before the declaration of State of Emergency in Thailand. Nevertheless, Visa on Arrival (VOA) is still not allowed to enter into Thailand.
All foreign travelers are required to present RT-PCR test results before entering ...
Special Tourist Visa (STV) and Tourist Visa (TR) are provided for tourists from low COVID-19 risk countries which are determined and regularly reviewed by the Ministry of Public Health of Thailand. Note that the list are regularly updated based on the assessment of COVID-19 ...