Tourist Visa

Applicants who wish to enter the Kingdom of Thailand for tourism purpose can apply for single entry tourist visa at Royal Thai Consulate Amsterdam:

Single Entry Tourist Visa: The application fee is 30 EUR*, with a visa validity of six (3) months and the duration of stay of up to sixty (60) days per visit.

Documents required:

1.Visa application form completely filled in (click here to download application form)

2.Passport with validity of not less than 6 months

3.A copy of passport

4.Two photographs of the applicant, taken within the past six months

5.A copy of flight ticket paid in full (or proof thereof)

6.A copy of birth certificate (for children only)

7.If you have travelled from or through a country which have been declared a Yellow Fever Infected Area, you must provide an International Health Certificate proving that you have received a Yellow Fever Vaccination. (Click here) to see the list of countries.

Please also be advised that the Consular Officers reserve the rights to request additional documents as deemed necessary.

Validity of Visa:

The validity of visa, as indicated on the visa page (“Enter before …”), is the length of time during which the holder of the visa is entitled to present himself/herself at a Thai immigration checkpoint with a view to entering into the Kingdom of Thailand. It does not indicate the length of time the holder of the visa may stay in the Kingdom. The validity of a single entry Tourist Visa is 3 months from date of issuance.

Period of Stay:

The period of stay in the Kingdom of Thailand is not to be confused with the validity of the visa. While the latter is indicated on the visa page, the period of stay will be determined upon arrival at a Thai immigration checkpoint by the immigration officer (“Admitted Until …” stamped on passport page). Holders of a Tourist Visa may be granted entry and permitted to stay in the Kingdom at the discretion of the immigration officer for a period not exceeding 60 days. Once in the Kingdom, an extension of the period of stay for up to 30 days may be applied for at the Immigration Bureau.

Change of Type of Visa:

Once in the Kingdom, holders of Tourist Visa may apply for a change of visa type at the Immigration Bureau. Change may be granted at the discretion of the Immigration Bureau.

Tourist Visa Exemption

Under applicable regulations, holders of passports, or travel documents in lieu of passports, of the following 49 countries or economies may enter the Kingdom of Thailand for the purpose of tourism and be permitted to stay for a period not exceeding 30 days without a visa provided that:.

- Their passport is valid for more than 6 months at the date of entry;

- They enter into the Kingdom of Thailand through an immigration checkpoint that is not a border checkpoint adjacent to a neighboring country (at a border checkpoint adjacent to a neighboring country, stay will be permitted for a period not exceeding 15 days, except for holders of Malaysian passports for whom stay will be permitted for 30 days regardless of point of entry);- They possess a confirmed transportation ticket to leave the Kingdom within 30 days from date of entry; and

- They possess sufficient means of subsistence for the duration of their stay.

>>>>List of countries that have concluded with Thailand an agreement on the exemption of visa for holders of ordinary passports 

Visa on Arrival:

Under applicable regulations, holders of passports, or travel documents in lieu of passports, of the following 27 countries may apply for a visa to enter the Kingdom of Thailand for the purpose of tourism at one of the designated 24 immigration checkpoints (see below) and be permitted to stay for a period not exceeding 15 days provided that: 

- Their passport or travel document is valid for more than 6 months at the date of entry;

- They possess a confirmed transportation ticket to leave the Kingdom within 15 days from date of entry; and

- They possess sufficient means of subsistence for the duration of their stay 

>>>> List of countries and territories entitled for Visa on Arrival

>>>> List of 24 designated immigration checkpoints 

>>>> List of countries that have concluded with Thailand an agreement on the exemption of visa for holders of diplomatic and official/service passports

 

 

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