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    Thailand Visa Exemption

    The Thailand visa exemption is available for 64 countries allowing a visa free stay of 30 days for most countries, with no limit to the number of entries by air per calendar year.

    There is no limit to the number of entries per year for entering by air visa-free for travelers from eligible countries. (Source: Thai Embassy)

    There is a 2 entry limit per calendar year for travelers entering by land or sea. (Source: Thai Embassy)

    **Note: The Thai government has temporarily extended the visa exemption from 30 days to 45 days, starting October 1, 2022 until March 31, 2023**

    Thailand Visa Exemption

    Countries Eligible for the 30 Day Thai Visa Exemption

    1. Andorra
    2. Argentina (90 days)
    3. Australia
    4. Austria
    5. Bahrain
    6. Belgium
    7. Brazil (90 days)
    8. Brunei
    9. Cambodia (14 days only)
    10. Canada
    11. Chile (90 days)
    12. Czech Republic
    13. Denmark
    14. Estonia
    15. Finland
    16. France
    17. Germany
    18. Greece
    19. Hong Kong
    20. Hungary
    21. Iceland
    22. Indonesia
    23. Ireland
    24. Israel
    25. Italy
    26. Japan
    27. Korea (30 days and 90 days)
    28. Kuwait
    29. Laos
    30. Latvia
    31. Liechtenstein
    32. Lithuania
    33. Luxembourg
    34. Macau
    35. Malaysia
    36. Maldives
    37. Mauritius
    38. Myanmar (14 days only)
    39. Monaco
    40. Mongolia
    41. Netherlands
    42. New Zealand
    43. Norway
    44. Oman
    45. Peru (30 days and 90 days)
    46. Philippines
    47. Poland
    48. Portugal
    49. Qatar
    50. Russia
    51. San Marino
    52. Singapore
    53. Slovak Republic
    54. Slovenia
    55. South Africa
    56. Spain
    57. Sweden
    58. Switzerland
    59. Turkey
    60. Ukraine
    61. United Arab Emirates
    62. United Kingdom
    63. United States
    64. Vietnam

    Thai Visa on Arrival Exemption Requirements:

    1. Be able to show proof of 10,000 Baht funds
    2. On arrival, be able to show proof of onward travel by air within the visa exemption expiration period
    3. Have a valid passport with minimum 6 months validity
    4. Be visiting Thailand strictly for tourism
    5. Be able to provide the address of where you will be staying in Thailand

    Other Thai Visa Options, for stays of 60 days, 4 years, and 10 years

    For more options for longer stays, whether via the tourist visa, SMART visa, digital nomad visa, or retirement visa, visit the official Thai immigration website here: to apply quickly, easily, online, and directly with Thai immigration.


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