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Tourist Visa Exemption

 

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1. Passport holders of the countries listed below are not required to obtain a visa when entering Thailand for the purpose of tourism and will be permitted to stay in Thailand for a period not exceeding 30 days starting from 1 October 2021.

2. Travellers entering Thailand under the Tourist Visa Exemption scheme must provide proof of adequate finances for the duration of stay in Thailand at the port of entry (i.e. traveler’s cheque or cash equivalent to 10,000 Baht per person or 20,000 Baht per family).

3. Travellers entering Thailand by any means under the Tourist Visa Exemption scheme are required at the port of entry to have proof of planned travel (confirmed air, train, bus or boat tickets) to leave Thailand within 30 days of the arrival date. Otherwise, a tourist visa must be obtained before entering Thailand.

4. Travellers entering Thailand through land / sea boarder checkpoints under visa exemption scheme are permitted only twice in a calendar year, except nationals of Malaysia, Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia and Singapore who may enter Thailand through such checkpoints more than twice in a calendar year.

5. Tourist Visa Exemption scheme only applies to foreigners holding passports issued by the countries listed below.
(Travel documents for foreigners issued by these countries are not acceptable.)

Tourist Visa Exemption 

1. Andorra
2. Australia
3. Austria
4. Bahrain
5. Belgium
6. Brazil*
7. Brunei Darussalam
8. Canada
9. Czech Republic
10. Denmark
11. Estonia
12. Finland
13. France
14. Germany

15. Greece
16. Hong Kong**
17. Hungary
18. Iceland
19. Indonesia
20. Ireland
21. Israel
22. Italy
23. Japan
24. Korea (ROK)
25. Kuwait
26. Latvia
27. Liechtenstein
28. Lithuania

29. Luxembourg
30. Malaysia
31. Maldives
32. Mauritius
33. Monaco
34. The Netherlands
35. New Zealand
36. Norway
37. Oman
38. Peru*
39. Philippines
40. Poland
41. Portugal
42. Qatar

43. San Marino
44. Singapore
45. Slovak
46. Slovenia
47. Spain
48. South Africa
48. Sweden
50. Switzerland
51. Turkey
52. Ukraine
53. United Arab Emirates
54. United Kingdom
55. United States of America
56. Vietnam** 

 

 

Countries which have concluded the Agreement on the Visa Exemption with Thailand

I. DIPLOMATIC/OFFICIAL or SERVICE/SPECIAL PASSPORTS

The following countries have concluded agreements with Thailand on the exemption of visa requirements for holders of diplomatic/official or service/special passports. Such passport holders are permitted to stay for a period of not exceeding 30 or 90 days as follow;

30 DAYS

1. Bangladesh (Diplomatic Passports Only)
2. Brunei Darussalam
3. Cambodia
4. China
5. Ecuador
6. Hong Kong SAR
7. Indonesia
8. Kazakhstan
9. Laos
10. Macau SAR
11. Malaysia
12. Mongolia
13. Myanmar
14. Oman
15. Pakistan (Diplomatic Passports Only)
16. Singapore
17. Vietnam


90 DAYS

1. Albania
2. Argentina
3. Austria
4. Belarus
5. Belgium
6. Bhutan
7. Brazil
8. Chile
9. Colombia
10. Costa Rica
11. Croatia
12. Czech Republic
13. El Salvador
14. Estonia
15. France (Diplomatic Passports Only)
16. Germany
17. Georgia
18. Hungary
19. India
20. Israel
21. Italy
22. Japan
23. Republic of Korea
24. Kosovo
25. Latvia
26. Liechtenstein
27. Luxembourg
28. Mexico
29. Montenegro
30. Morocco
31. The Netherlands
32. Nepal
33. Panama
34. Peru
35. The Philippines
36. Poland
37. Romania
38. Russia Federation
39. Serbia
40. Seychelles
41. Slovakia
42. South Africa
43. Spain (Diplomatic Passports Only)
44. Sri Lanka
45. Switzerland
46. Tajikistan
47. Tunisia
48. Turkey
49. Ukraine
50. Uruguay


II. ORDINARY PASSPORTS 
The following countries have concluded agreements with Thailand on the exemption of visa for holders of ordinary passports. Such passport holders are permitted to stay not exceeding the following periods:

30 Days : Hong Kong**, Laos PDR, Macau, Mongolia, Russian Federation, Vietnam**

90 Days : Argentina, Brazil*, Chile, Peru*


Remarks

*Ordinary passport holders of Brazil and Peru are entitled for visa exemption scheme. Meanwhile, Thailand also has bilateral agreements on visa exemption for holders of diplomatic, official and ordinary passports for a visit of not exceeding 90 days with Brazil and Peru.

**Ordinary passport holders of Vietnam and Hong Kong are entitled for visa exemption scheme. Meanwhile, Thailand also has bilateral agreements on visa exemption for holders of diplomatic, official and ordinary passports for a visit of not exceeding 30 days with Vietnam and Hong Kong.

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Status 4-JULY-2022