Many visitors to Thailand are often confused by the term “visa exemption”, what this means basically is that visitors from certain countries are permitted to enter Thailand without a visa. When visitors from countries who qualify for the visa exemption go through the immigration checkpoint on arrival in Thailand they will automatically receive an entry stamp, this entry stamp is usually valid for 30 days.
Visa exemption if you enter Thailand at a border checkpoint.
If you are not entering Thailand via an international airport, meaning you are entering overland from a neighbouring country the visa exemption stamp is only valid for 15 days.
Thailand Visa Information.
If you landed on this page looking for current Thailand visa rules and regulations I’m sorry I can’t provide specific information but I can point you in the right direction. There are many excellent sources of information covering every aspect of Thailand visa rules, regulations and requirements.
For specific information on nationalities who qualify for visa exemption use the Thailand Ministry of Foreign Affairs website, here is a direct link to the visa exemption page: http://www.mfa.go.th/main/en/services/123/15396-Tourist-Visa-Exemption.html
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