Tourist Visa to Thailand

Every year, the Kingdom of Thailand has been continuously attracting millions of international tourists from all across the globe, making the Thai tourist visa a high demand in many countries. Thai tourist visa is issued to those who wish to enter Thailand for tourism purposes. This type of visa can be valid for either 3 or 6 months and visa holders are permitted to stay in the country, upon arrival, a period of not exceeding 60 days.

Furthermore, those who wish to extend their stay may file for an application for a 30-day extension at any immigration offices in Thailand. Visa extension fee is priced at THB1,900.

Tourist Visa Requirements

  • Passport or travel document with validity period of at least 6 months following the intended date of departure
  • Visa application form
  • Recent photograph (4 x 6cm)
  • Round trip flight tickets
  • Sufficient travel finances (at least 20,000 baht per person and 40,000 baht per family)

Note that consular officers may request for additional documents as deemed necessary. We advise that you contact the nearest Thai Embassy or Consulate on this matter.

And finally, make sure that you check which option is more applicable for your travel before plunging in with your application. Other alternatives that might be available for you may include visa exemption or visa on arrival to Thailand. Talk to us today if you want to know more about your options.

 

782 thoughts on “Tourist Visa to Thailand”
  1. I am looking to extend my tourist visa for 6months and will be finishing up the 90 days soon. How will I go about processing the new tourist visa

    1. Dear Jay,
      Good day.
      To get a new Tourist Visa. It is not possible to get it inside Thailand.
      Your option is to get a 60-day COVID-19 extension from the local immigration office.
      Thank you.

  2. I am an Indian citizen and staying in Canada on tourist visa. my spouse has non-immigrant B visa and staying in Thailand. i would like to join my family as soon as ban on travel is lifted. i was told by Thai Embassy in Canada that i cannot apply for non-immigrant “o” visa from Canada. I will have to apply from India only. in COVID situation it is not advisable to travel to India for visa. is there any other way to obtain visa? alternatively, can i get 60 days tourist visa from Thai Embassy in Canada.

    1. The best thing to do is wait until you can return to India to obtain the Non immigrant O visa. because even though you can get a tourist visa in Thailand, you may not be able to enter Thailand as tourist soon. It may be until September or October of this year that a tourist can enter Thailand.

  3. Hello I’m a US Citizen I have already gotten a 30 day extension, but due to COVID-19 not able to leave now I need a extension

  4. I hold travel visa from Hong Kong to Thailand(Bangkok) for a leisure holiday however, due to the Covid-19 is getting worse my flight back to HONG KONG is canceled and I am now stuck in Bangkok. The reason why I’m emailing the immigration is because my Travel visa has expired on 1st April 2020 and I read about the new Thai PM announced that the Visa can be automatically extend due to Covid-19 which means we do not need to visit immigration and we are authorized to be staying in Thailand. Moreover, I just want to make sure if this is correct information cause I don’t want be commit crime so would you please explain to me if this is the way to do it. Thanks

    1. Yes, if you did not apply for an extension, you are automatic extended and permitted to stay until April 30. If you applied for extension, then you are permitted to stay until the date in your visa extension stamp, if that date is beyond April 30.

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