Before you check the list of countries that qualify for Visa on Arrival your country might qualify for the Thai Visa Exemption you can check the list here.
Thailand has a Visa on arrival scheme applicable to 18 countries, read more about the process here.
15 days, this has been extended to 30-days for tourists arriving between 1 October 2022 till 31 March 2023
- Your confirmed air ticket must show a round trip for no longer than 15 days
- Your passport must be valid for at least 30 days from the date of arrival and have at least 1 page available for Visa Stamp.
- You must be a citizen of one of the 18 nationalities deemed eligible for E-VoA facility as per the Immigration Bureau of Thailand’s requirement
- Your full trip accommodation address in Thailand should be verifiable
- You should have sufficient means of living to support your stay in Thailand (minimum THB 10,000 per person or 20,000 Baht per family).
- Passport cover page (click here for the specification)
- Passport bio page (click here for the specification)
- Departure and return airline tickets
- Proof of accommodation
- Photograph size 4×6 cm. (click here for the specification)
- Papua New Guinea
- Saudi Arabia
Thailand Visa on Arrival application process
Fill out the application form on the website
The first step of the E-VoA application is to register on the VFS website. You have to provide all the requested information and upload the necessary documents. If you are applying for a minor, it may be necessary to upload additional documents such as a birth certificate.
In case you need to provide additional documents, you need to do it at least 3 days prior to arrival for a regular visa and at least within 24 hours of arrival for an express visa.
Can I extend my stay in Thailand?
A visa on arrival can only be extended for 7 days at the Thai imigartion office.