Travelers with nationality of Japan and listed countries can enter Thailand with Special Tourist Visa (STV) / Tourist Visa Exemption (30 days) / Visa on Arrival (VOA).
Visa Exemption scheme
allows passport holders of
and other listed countries to stay in Thailand for a period not exceeding 30 days starting
from 1 October 2021 onwards.
In accordance with the Royal Thai Government’s policy on the promotion of tourism, a tourist visa exemption scheme is implemented for Indian and Taiwanese passports holders (or travel document holders) to enter Thailand for the purpose of tourism without the need to apply for a tourist visa (tourist visa exemption with no fee) and stay within ...
The Royal Thai Government Promotes Tourism
with a 90-day Tourist Visa Exemption Scheme for Russian Tourists
Starting from 1 November 2023 to 30 April 2024
In accordance with the Royal Thai Government’s policy on the promotion of tourism, a tourist visa exemption scheme is implemented for
passports holders ...
Thailand Promotes Tourism with
a 30-day Tourist Visa Exemption Scheme
for Chinese and Kazakhstani Tourists
Starting from 25 September 2023 to 29 February 2024
In accordance with the Royal Thai Government’s policy on the promotion of tourism, a tourist ...
1. Tourist Visa Exemption
1. Ordinary Passport holders from certain countries/territories listed below (middle column with purple color)
are not required to obtain a visa
when entering Thailand for the purpose of
and will be
permitted to stay in Thailand ...
... time. The Embassy will provide service by giving the priority to the applicants who make an online appointment in advance, and reserves the rights to refuse service to the applicant who does not submit the queue card within the specified time.
2. For visa application, please make an online appointment in advance via the Visa Appointment Booking Online (VABO) system (
). Currently, the Royal Thai Embassy accepts
all types of visa applications.