THAILAND

VISA

Nationals of countries which are exempted from visa requirements when entering Thailand

1. Tourist Visa Exemption Scheme

90 days

  1. Argentina
  2. Brazil
  3. Chile
  4. Peru
  5. South Korea

30 days

  1. Australia
  2. Austria
  3. Belgium
  4. Bahrain
  5. Brunei
  6. Canada
  7. Czech Republic
  8. Denmark
  9. Estonia
  10. Finland
  11. France
  12. Germany
  13. Greece
  14. Hong Kong
  15. Hungary
  16. Iceland
  17. Indonesia
  18. Ireland
  19. Israel
  20. Italy
  21. Japan
  22. Kuwait
  23. Laos
  24. Liechtenstein
  25. Luxembourg
  26. Macao
  27. Malaysia
  28. Monaco
  29. Mongolia
  30. Netherlands
  31. New Zealand
  32. Norway
  33. Oman
  34. Philippines
  35. Poland
  36. Portugal
  37. Qatar
  38. Russia
  39. Singapore
  40. Slovakia
  41. Slovenia
  42. Spain
  43. South Africa
  44. Sweden
  45. Switzerland
  46. Turkey
  47. United Arab Emirates
  48. United Kingdom
  49. United States of America
  50. Vietnam

14 days

  1. Cambodia
  2. Myanmar (By air Only)

2. Bilateral Agreement

National of the following countries may enter Thailand without visa by using Diplomatic/Official passport.

90 days

  1. Albania
  2. Argentina
  3. Austria
  4. Belgium
  5. Bhutan
  6. Brazil
  7. Chile
  8. Colombia
  9. Costa Rica
  10. Croatia
  11. Czech Republic
  12. Estonia (Diplomatic passport only)
  13. France (Diplomatic passport only)
  14. Germany
  15. Hungary
  16. India
  17. Israel
  18. Italy
  19. Japan
  20. Liechtenstein
  21. Luxembourg
  22. Malaysia
  23. Mexico
  24. Netherlands
  25. Nepal
  26. Panama
  27. Peru
  28. Philippines
  29. Poland
  30. Romania
  31. Russia
  32. Slovakia
  33. South Africa
  34. South Korea
  35. Spain (Diplomatic passport only)
  36. Sri Lanka
  37. Switzerland
  38. Tajikistan
  39. Tunisian Republic
  40. Turkey
  41. Ukraine
  42. Uruguay

30 days

  1. Cambodia
  2. China
  3. Ecuador
  4. Hong Kong
  5. Indonesia
  6. Laos
  7. Macao
  8. Mongolia
  9. Myanmar
  10. Oman
  11. Pakistan (Diplomatic passport only)
  12. Singapore
  13. Vietnam

List of countries whose citizens are exempted from a visa and can apply for Visa on Arrival

Travellers with this type of visa are permitted to enter and stay in Thailand for a period of not exceeding 15 days.

  1. Andorra
  2. Bulgaria
  3. Bhutan
  4. China
  5. Cyprus
  6. Ethiopia
  7. India
  8. Kazakhstan
  9. Latvia
  10. Lithuania
  11. Maldives
  12. Malta
  13. Mauritius
  14. Romania
  15. San Marino
  16. Saudi Arabia
  17. Taiwan
  18. Ukraine
  19. Uzbekistan

Foreigners from the 19 countries who wish to enter and work/run a business/invest in Thailand will be required to apply for and successfully obtain a visa under the type of Temporary Visitor from a Thai Embassy or a Thai Consulate in their country first. Otherwise, when they enter the Kingdom of Thailand, they will not be eligible to apply for a work permit; they will be required to exit the Kingdom again in order to apply for the visa from a Thai Embassy or a Thai Consulate in their country.

Border crossings that tourists can be obtain a Visa on Arrival

  1. Suvarnabhumi Airport Checkpoint
  2. Don Mueang Airport Checkpoint
  3. Chiang Mai Airport Checkpoint
  4. Phuket Airport Checkpoint
  5. Hat Yai Airport Checkpoint
  6. U-Tapao Airport Checkpoint
  7. Mae Sai No.1 & No.2 Boundary Post (Chiang Rai Province)
  8. Chiang Saen Port (Chiang Rai Province)
  9. Thai – Laos Friendship Bridge IV Chiang Khong Boundary Post and Chiang Khong Port (Chiang Rai Province)
  10. Betong Boundary Post (Yala Province)
  11. Sadao Boundary Post (Songkhla Porvince)
  12. Samui Airport Checkpoint (Surat Thani Province)
  13. Tak Checkpoint at Sukhothai Airport (Sukhothai Province)
  14. Bangkok Port Checkpoint
  15. Si Racha at Laem Chabang Port (Chonburi Province)
  16. Map Ta Phut Port (Rayong Province)
  17. Thai – Laos Friendship Bridge I Nong Khai Boundary Post
  18. Samui Checkpoint at Nathon Pier (Surat Thani Province)
  19. Phuket Checkpoint at Phuket Port and Chalong Pier (Phuket Province)
  20. Tammalang Port (Satun Province)
  21. Krabi Checkpoint at Krabi Port and Krabi Airport
  22. Songkhla Port Checkpoint
  23. Chiang Rai Airport Checkpoint
  24. Surat Thani Airport Checkpoint
  25. Pattaya Checkpoint at Sattahip Port (Chonburi Province)
  26. Ban Had Lek Boundary Post (Trat Province)
  27. Ban Laem Boundary Post (Chanthaburi Province)
  28. Ban Klong Luek Boundary Post (Sa Kaeo Province)
  29. Thai – Laos Friendship Bridge II Mukdahan Boundary Post
  30. Mae Sot Boundary Post (Tak Province)
  31. Padang Besar Checkpoint (Songkhla Porvince)
  32. Su-Ngai Kolok Boundary Post (Narathiwat Province)
  33. Tha Sadet Port (Nong Khai Province)
  34. Bueng Kan Port (Bueng Kan Province)
  35. Chong Mek Boundary Post (Ubon Ratchathani Province)
  36. Ban Na Kra Seng Boundary Post (Loei Province)
  37. Thai – Laos Friendship Bridge III Nakhon Phanom Boundary Post
  38. Ban Huai Kon Boundary Post (Nan Province)
  39. Ban Prakob Checkpoint (Songkhla Porvince)
  40. Wang Prachan Boundary Post (Satun Province)
  41. Tak Bai Port (Narathiwat Province)
  42. Buketa Boundary Post (Narathiwat Province)

Required documents

  • Departure ticket within the determined timeline.
  • Cash for at least 10,000 THB per person, or at least 20,000 THB for a family.
  • A visa on arrival application form with completely filled in.
  • A 2×2” photo.
  • A passport with a validity of at least 6 months.
  • Visa application fee of 2,000 THB.

To extend the duration of a stay, generally a foreigner who applies for this type of visa cannot apply for an extension of stay — except for special cases; for example, having illnesses. For cases like this, the person can submit a request for a visa extension at an Immigration Office (both inside Bangkok and in the provinces). The Immigration Officers will consider such requests on a case-by-case basis.

Notice: For more information please contact The Immigration Bureau of Thailand Tel. +66 2141 9889 or http://www.immigration.go.th

*Information updated in November, 2016

  1. Afghanistan
  2. Algeria
  3. Angola
  4. Botswana
  5. Bangladesh
  6. Benin
  7. Burkina Faso
  8. Burundi
  9. Cameroon
  10. Cabo Verde
  11. Central African Republic
  12. Chad
  13. Comoros
  14. Congo Republic
  15. Democratic Republic of Congo
  16. Cote d’Ivoire (Ivory Coast)
  17. Djibouti
  18. Egypt
  19. Equatorial Guinea
  20. Eritrea
  21. Gabon
  22. Gambia
  23. Ghana
  24. Guinea
  25. Guinea-Bissau
  26. Iran
  27. Iraq
  28. Kenya
  29. Kosovo
  30. Lebanon
  31. Lesotho
  32. Liberia
  33. Libya
  34. Madagascar
  35. Malawi
  36. Mali
  37. Mauritania
  38. Mauritius
  39. Mozambique
  40. Namibia
  41. Nepal
  42. Niger
  43. Nigeria
  44. North Korea
  45. Pakistan
  46. Palestine
  47. Rwanda
  48. Sao Tome and Principe
  49. Senegal
  50. Seychelles
  51. Sierra Leone
  52. Somalia
  53. South Sudan
  54. Sri Lanka
  55. Sudan
  56. Swaziland
  57. Syria
  58. Tanzania
  59. Togo
  60. Uganda
  61. Yemen
  62. Zambia
  63. Zimbabwe

– The Ministry of Public Health has issued regulations that applicants who have travelled from or through the countries which have been declared Yellow Fever Infected Areas must provide an International Health Certificate proving that they have received a Yellow Fever vaccination.

– The International Health Certificate must be submitted together with the visa application form. The traveller will also have to present the said certificate to the Immigration Officer upon arrival at the port of entry in the Kingdom. As for those nationals of the countries listed below but who have not travelled from/through those countries, such a certificate is not required. However, they should possess concrete evidence showing that their domicile is not in an infected area so as to prevent unnecessary inconvenience.

Following are the countries which are declared Yellow Fever Infected Areas.

  1.  Angola: Republic of Angola
  2. Benin: Republic of Benin
  3. Bolivia: Republic of Bolivia
  4. Brazil: Federative Republic of Brazil
  5. Burkina Faso: Burkina Faso
  6. Burundi: Republic of Burundi
  7. Cameroon: Federal Republic of Cameroon
  8. Central African Republic
  9. Chad: Republic of Chad
  10. Colombia: Republic of Colombia
  11. Congo: Democratic Republic of the Congo
  12. Congo Republic: Republic of the Congo
  13. Cote d’ Ivore: Republic of Cote d’ Ivoire
  14. Ecuador: Republic of Ecuador
  15. Equatorial Guinea: Republic of Equatorial Guinea
  16. Ethiopia: Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia
  17. French-Guiana
  18. Gabon: Gabonese Republic
  19. Gambia: Republic of the Gambia
  20. Ghana: Republic of Ghana
  21. Guinea-Bissau: Republic of Guinea Bissau
  22. Guinea: Republic of Guinea
  23. Guyana: Cooperative Republic of Guyana
  24. Kenya: Republic of Kenya
  25. Liberia: Republic of Liberia
  26. Mali: Republic of Mali
  27. Mauritania: Islamic Republic of Mauritania
  28. Niger: Republic of Niger
  29. Nigeria: Federal Republic of Nigeria
  30. Panama: Republic of Panama
  31. Peru: Republic of Peru
  32. Rwanda: Republic of Rwanda
  33. Sao Tome & Principe: Democratic Republic of Sao Tome & Principe
  34. Senegal: Republic of Senegal
  35. Sierra Leone: Republic of Sierra Leone
  36. Somalia: Somali Democratic Republic
  37. Sudan: Republic of the Sudan
  38. Suriname: Republic of Suriname
  39. Tanzania: United Republic of Tanzania
  40. Togo: Republic of Togo
  41. Trinidad and Tobago: Republic of Trinidad and Tobago
  42. Uganda: Republic of Uganda
  43. Venezuela: Republic of Venezuela
  44. Argentina: Argentina Republic
  45. Paraguay: Republic of Paraguay

1. TRANSIT VISA

  1. This type of visa is issued to foreigners who wish to enter Thailand for the following purposes:
    • To travel in transit through Thailand. (category “TS”)
    • To participate in sport activities. (category “S”)
    • The person in charge or crew of a conveyance coming to a port, station or area in Thailand. (category “C”)
  1. A Transit Visa is valid for 3 months.
  2. Visa application fee of 800 Baht.
  3. The duration of stay is not more than 30 days.
  4. Cash of money at least 10,000 Baht per person, or at least 20,000 Baht per family.
  5. Documents required.
    • Passport or travel document with validity not less than 6 months
    • Visa application form completely filled out
    • Recent 2×2” photograph of the applicant
    • Evidence of travel from Thailand (confirmed air ticket paid in full)
    • Evidence of adequate finance (10,000 Baht per person and 20,000 Baht per family)
    • Visa of a third country in a passport or travel document
    • Letter of invitation stating the application’s participation in sports activities in Thailand
    • Consular officers reserve the rights to request additional documents as deemed necessary

2. TOURIST VISA

  1. This type of visa is issued to foreigners who wish to enter Thailand for tourism purposes. (category “TR”)
  2. A Transit Visa is valid for 3 months or 6 months.
  3. Visa application fee of 1,000 Baht.
  4. The duration of stay is not more than 60 days.
  5. Cash of money at least 20,000 Baht per person, or at least 40,000 Baht per family.
  6. Documents required.
    • Passport or travel document with validity not less than 6 months
    • Visa application form completely filled out
    • Recent 2×2” photograph of the applicant
    • Evidence of travel from Thailand (air ticket paid in full)
    • Evidence of adequate finance (20,000 Baht per person and 40,000 Baht per family)
    • Consular officers reserve the rights to request additional documents as deemed necessary

3. NON-IMMIGRANT VISA

  1. This type of visa is issued to foreigners who wish to enter Thailand for the purposes in the list below:
    • Government official duties (Code F)
    • Business-related trips and working (Code B)
    • Investments that have been approved by the related Ministries (Code M)
    • Investments or others under the legal regulations regarding investment promotion (Code IB)
    • Education, workshops and other trainings (Code ED)
    • On duty of mass media (Code M)
    • On religious missions/evangelism that have been approved by the Department of Religious Affairs, Ministry of Education (Code R)
    • Scientific research / teaching practicum in a research institute or an educational institute in Thailand (Code RS)
    • Working related to expert craftsmen (Code EX)
    • Others (Code O) which are
    • Spending the retirement period of life as a senior citizen in Thailand
    • Entering the Kingdom under the status of a litigant or a witness
    • On a government official duty in a family of a foreigner’s that enters Thailand temporarily on a diplomatic duty, consular duty or other duties where the person is the father/ the mother/ the spouse or the child who is under the patronage and is a part of the person.
    • On a duty as a personal servant who travels from another country, in order to work normally in a residence of a diplomatic officer or a person of the equivalent status, with a person who has a diplomatic position according to the agreement that the Thai government has made with the government of the particular foreign country or with an international organization or bureau.
    • Giving a patronage to or receive a patronage from a Thai citizen or a person who has a residence in the country, where the person is the father/ the mother/ the spouse or the child who is under the patronage and is a part of the mentioned household
    • On duty for a state enterprise or a public non-profit organization
    • The entering into the Kingdom of a person who had a Thai citizenship, to visit a relative or to come in and submit a request for a return to Thailand
    • Entering Thailand on a medical purpose
    • Entering Thailand as a sport coach or a sport instructor for athletes per the demand of the Thai government
  1. Documents required.
    • The applicants must submit the following relevant documents depending on the purpose of their visit.
    • Visa application form completely filled out
    • Passport or travel document with validity not less than 6 months. The validity of 18 months is required for one year visa application.
    • 2×2”photograph of the applicant, taken within the past six months
    • Evidence of adequate finance (20,000 Baht per person and 40,000 Baht per family)

* For information on documents required for each purpose of the trip can be found at the Royal Thai Embassy and Consulate. Please note that the authority may request for additional supporting documents or an interview as well.

  1. A Non–Immigrant Visa is valid for 3 months for single entry and 6 months for multiple entries.
  2. Visa application fee of 2,000 Baht for single entry and 5,000 Baht for multiple entries.
  3. The duration of stay is not more than 90 days.
  4. Cash of money at least 20,000 Baht per person, or at least 40,000 Baht per family.
  5. Extension of stay in Thailand.

Foreigners who meet the qualification criteria and conditions set by the Immigration Office will be considered an extension of stay in Thailand for no more than 1 year. A foreigner may submit a request at the Immigration Office, the Government Complex, Chaeng Wattana Road, Bangkok.

Foreigners who wish to extend their stay in Thailand of change the type of their visa must submit a request at the Immigration Office, the Government Complex, Chaeng Wattana Road, Bangkok, Tel. +66 2141 9889 or at the official website www.immigration.go.th. The approval of the request is subject to the consideration of the Immigration Officers.

4. DIPLOMATIC / OFFICIAL VISA 

  1. Upon official request, Thai Embassies and Consulates-General may grant visas to diplomatic or official passport-holders who wish to assume duties at a foreign Diplomatic Mission or Consulate or International Organization in the Kingdom and to their family members.
  2. Supporting documents are Note Verbal and/or documents issued by the foreign government or international organization, certifying the identity of the person concerned and his/her purposes while residing in the country.

5. COURTESY VISA

  1. Upon official request, Thai Embassies and Consulates-General may grant courtesy visas to diplomatic/official/ordinary passport-holders who wish to enter Thailand on official duty and/or other purposes.
  2. Supporting documents are documents issued by the governmental agency, foreign government or international organization, certifying the identity of the person concerned and his/her purposes while visiting Thailand.

This type of visa may be issued to applicants aged 50 years and over who wish to stay in Thailand for a period of not exceeding 1 year without the intention of working.

Holder of this type of visa is allowed to stay in Thailand for 1 year. Employment of any kind is strictly prohibited.

1. Eligibility

  1. Applicant must be aged 50 years and over (on the day of submitting application).
  2. Applicant not prohibited from entering the Kingdom as provided by the Immigration Act B.E. 2522 (1979).
  3. Having no criminal record in Thailand and the country of the applicant’s nationality or residence.
  4. Having the nationality of or permanent residence in the country where application is submitted.
  5. Not having prohibitive diseases ( Leprosy, Tuberculosis, drug addiction, Elephantiasis, third phase of Syphilis) as indicated in the Ministerial Regulation No. 14 B.E. 2535.
  6. Employment in Thailand is prohibited.

2. Required Documents

  • Passport with validity of not less than 18 months.
  • 3 copies of completed visa application forms.
  • 3 passport-sized photos (4 x 6 cm) of the applicant taken within the past six months.
  • A personal data form.
  • A copy of bank statement showing a deposit of the amount equal to and not less than 800,000 Baht or an income certificate (an original copy) with a monthly income of not less than 65,000 Baht, or a deposit account plus a monthly income totalling not less than 800,000 Baht.
  • In the case of submitting a bank statement, a letter of guarantee from the bank (an original copy) is required.
  • A letter of verification issued from the country of his or her nationality or residence stating that the applicant has no criminal record (verification shall be valid for not more than three months and should be notarised by notary organs or the applicant’s diplomatic or consular mission).
  • A medical certificate issued from the country where the application is submitted, showing no prohibitive diseases as indicated in the Ministerial Regulation No.14 (B.E. 2535) (certificate shall be valid for not more than three months and should be notarised by notary organs or the applicant’s diplomatic or consular mission).
  • In the case where the accompanying spouse is not eligible to apply for the Category ‘O-A’ (Long Stay) visa, he or she will be considered for temporary stay under Category ‘O’ visa. A marriage certificate must be provided as evidence and should be notarised by notary organs or by the applicant’s diplomatic or consular mission.

3. Channels to submit application

Applicant may submit their application at the Royal Thai embassy or Royal Thai Consulate-General in their home/residence country or at the Office of the Immigration Bureau in Thailand located on Government Center B, Chaengwattana Soi 7, Laksi, Bangkok 10210, Tel. 0-2141-9889.

4. Visa fee

5,000 Baht for multiple entries

5. Recommendations for foreigners with Non-Immigrant Visa “O-A” (Long Stay) while staying in the Kingdom

  1. Upon arrival, holder of this type of visa will be permitted to stay in Thailand for 1 year from the date of first entry.
  2. At the end of the 90-day stay , the foreigner must report to the immigration officer in his or her residence area and report again every 90 days during his or her stay in Thailand. The foreigner may report to the police station if there is no immigration office in his or her residence area.
  3. Foreigner may report to the competent authority by post and should provide the following:
    • A report form (Tor Mor 47).
    • A copy of passport pages showing the foreigner’s photo, personal details, and the latest arrival visa stamp.
    • A copy of the previous receipt of acknowledgement.
    • A self-addressed envelope with postage affixed.

Such documents must be sent to the Immigration Division 1, 120 Moo 3, Government Center B, Chaengwattana Soi 7, Laksi, Bangkok 10210 and must be submitted 7 days before the end of every 90-day period. A receipt of acknowledgement will be given and should be used for future correspondence.

  1. Foreigner who wishes to extend his or her stay shall submit a request for extension of stay at the Office of the Immigration Bureau with documented evidence of money transfer or a deposit account in Thailand or an income certificate showing an amount of not less than 800,000 Baht or an income certificate plus a deposit account showing a total amount of not less than 800,000 Baht. A one-year extension of stay shall be granted at the discretion of the immigration officer to the foreigner as long as he or she meets the above requirements.

ACMECS Single Visa between Thailand and Cambodia (ASV)

ACMECS member countries have the view that having single visa (similar to EU Schengen Visa) will not only facilitate the flow of tourists outside member countries to enter the region but also lessen development gap and accelerate economic growth, social progress and cultural development in the region. During the 8th Thailand–Cambodia JC Meeting in Bangkok, Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Thailand and Deputy Prime minister and Foreign Minister and International Cooperation of Cambodia have jointly announced the implementation of ASV between the two countries, commencing from 27 December 2012.

1. Contents

  • ASV is issued when Third country nationals (from 35 countries/ economies,list of which is attached herewith) apply for visas at Thai/ Cambodian Embassies/Consulates. Before the issuance, each Embassy/ Consulate must request for a preclearance and wait for the reply from the other side. However, each country has the right to refrain from issuing its visa or to deny the pre-clearance.
  • The ASV visa fee for the Thai side is the same as Thai tourist visa fee which is 1,000 Bahts per entry (approximately US$40), whereas the fee for Cambodian side is US$20. There are no multiple entry and all fees are charged on a single entry basis and non-refundable. The fee shall be independently collected both at the Embassy or Consulate issuing the visa, and at the immigration checkpoint of the other participating country.
  • Thai Immigration (26 Immigration Check points as described hereafter) will collect visa fees when tourists from the third countries who have already applied for ASV visa at the Cambodian Embassy/ Consulate enter Thailand. This will be vice versa for Cambodia’s case.
  • Each side provides contact person details in case of any query or question.

2. The list of countries that can apply for an ACMECSSingle Visa (ASV)

  1. Australia
  2. Austria
  3. Belgium
  4. Bahrain
  5. Canada
  6. China
  7. Denmark
  8. Finland
  9. France
  10. Germany
  11. Greece
  12. Hong Kong
  13. Iceland
  14. Ireland
  15. Israel
  16. Italy
  17. India
  18. Japan
  19. Korea
  20. Kuwait
  21. Luxembourg
  22. Netherlands
  23. New Zealand
  24. Norway
  25. Oman
  26. Portugal
  27. Qatar
  28. Spain
  29. South Africa
  30. Sweden
  31. Switzerland
  32. Turkey
  33. United Arab Emirates
  34. United Kingdom
  35. United States of America

3. The border crossings that tourists can travel in to or out of Thailand and Cambodia by using ACMECS Single Visa

  1. Border crossings that tourists can travel into Thailand
    1. Don Mueang International Airport (Bangkok)
    2. Chiang Mai International Airport (Chiang Mai Province)
    3. Phuket International Airport (Phuket Province)
    4. Hat Yai International Airport (Songkhla Province)
    5. U-Tapao – Pattaya International Airport (Rayong Province)
    6. Mae Sai No.1 & No.2 Boundary Post (Chiang Rai Province)
    7. Chiang Saen Port (Chiang Rai Province)
    8. Thai – Laos Friendship Bridge IV Chiang Khong Boundary Post and Chiang Khong Port (Chiang Rai Province)
    9. Betong Boundary Post (Yala Province)
    10. Sadao Boundary Post (Songkhla Porvince)
    11. Samui International Airport (Surat Thani Province)
    12. Samui Checkpoint at Nathon Pier (Surat Thani Province)
    13. Tak Checkpoint at Sukhothai Airport (Sukhothai Province)
    14. Bangkok Port Checkpoint
    15. Si Racha at Laem Chabang Port (Chonburi Province)
    16. Map Ta Phut Port (Rayong Province)
    17. Thai – Laos Friendship Bridge I Nong Khai Boundary Post
    18. Phuket Checkpoint at Phuket Port and Chalong Pier (Phuket Province)
    19. Tammalang Port (Satun Province)
    20. Krabi International Airport
    21. Songkhla Port Checkpoint
    22. Chiang Rai International Airport
    23. Surat Thani International Airport
    24. Suvarnabhumi International Airport
    25. Ban Had Lek Boundary Post (Trat Province)
    26. Ban Klong Luek Boundary Post (Sa Kaeo Province)
  2. Border crossings that tourists can travel out of Thailand
    The tourists can travel out of Thailand at every border crossings.

1. International Check-points proposed by Cambodia

Phnom Penh International Airport
Cambodia

Siem Reap International Airport
Cambodia

Bayet International Check-point
Cambodia – Vietnam

Samnor International Check-point
Cambodia – Vietnam

Phnom Den International Check-point
Cambodia – Vietnam

Sihanouk Ville International Sea Port
Cambodia

Cham Yeam International Check-point
Cambodia – Thailand

Prom International Check-point
Cambodia – Thailand

Daung International Check-point
Cambodia – Thailand

Poi Pet International Check-point
Cambodia – Thailand

O’Smach International Check-point
Cambodia – Thailand

Chorm International Check-point
Cambodia – Thailand

Dong Kralo International Check-point
Cambodia – Laos

Trapaing Sre International Check-point
Cambodia – Vietnam

Trapaing Phlong International Check-point
Cambodia – Vietnam

Oknha Mong International Check-point
Cambodia

Phnom Penh International Port
Cambodia

Nationals of The Member Countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) who wish to enter Thailand for medical purpose are exempted from a Visa

National of GCC countries; Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and United- Arab Emirates can enjoy their medical treatments in Thailand for 90 days without visa.

The GCC nationals who wish to be eligible for the 90 days visa exemption shall present following documents to immigration officers upon arrival in Thailand.

For the patient

  • An official medical appointment issued by the certified health institutions in Thailand
  • Financial support documents (i.e. health insurance) issued by authorities concerned in their respective countries.

For individuals

Copy of official documents for the proof of relationship between the patient and the accompanying individuals (i.e. birth certificate, marriage certificate, house registration, I.D. card in case of member of family)

  • Employment contract (in case of employee or maid)
  • Affidavit of support form (prepared by hospitals in Thailand)

*For more information please contact the Royal Thai Embassy and Consulate.

The list of hospitals that support the extension of stay in Thailand

The list of hospitals that support the extension of stay in Thailand for a period of not exceeding 90 days for national of GCC who enter Thailand for medical purpose. And all of hospitals below are certified by Joint Commission International (JCI) standard.

 

Aek Udon International Hospital
Address
555/5 Posri Road, Muang Udonthani, Udonthani, 41000

Website
www.aekudon.com

Telephone
(+66) 42 342 555

 

Aikchol Hospital
Address
Aikchon Hospital 1: 68/3 Phraya Satja Road, Baan-suan, Muang Chon Buri, Chonburi, 20000
Aikchon Hospital 2: 31/2 Moo 3, Ang-Sila Road, Samet, Muang Chon Buri, Chonburi, 20000

Website
www.aikchol.com

Telephone
(+66) 38 273 840

 

Bangkok Hospital Chiang Mai
Address
88/8 Moo 6, Nong Pa Khrang, Muang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, 50000

Website
www.bangkokhospital-chiangmai.com

Telephone
(+66) 52 089 888

 

Bangkok Hospital Hua Hin
Address
888 Petchkasem Road, Hua Hin, Prachuapkhirikhan, 77110

Website
www.bangkokhospital.com/huahin

Telephone
(+66) 32 616 800

 

Bangkok Hospital Medical Center
Address
2 Soi Soonvijai 7, New Petchburi Road, Huaykwang, Bangkok, 10310

Website
www.bangkokhospital.com

Telephone
(+66) 2 310 3000

 

Bangkok Hospital Pattaya
Address
301 Moo 6, Sukhumvit Road, Km. 143, Banglamung, Chonburi, 20150

Website
www.bangkokpattayahospital.com

Telephone
(+66) 38 259 999

 

Bangkok Hospital Phuket
Address
2/1 Hongyok Utis Road, Muang,Phuket, 83000

Website
www.phukethospital.com

Telephone
(+66) 76 254 425

 

Bangkok Hospital Samui
Address
57 Moo 3, Thaweerat Phakdee Road, Bophut, Koh Samui, Suratthani, 84320

Website
www.bangkokhospitalsamui.com

Telephone
(+66) 77 429 500

 

Bangkok International Dental Center
Address
CentralFestival Eastville Room 328,69 Pradit Manutham Road, Bangkok, 10230

Website
www.bangkokdentalcenter.com

Telephone
(+66) 2 692 4433

 

Bangpakok 9 International Hospital
Address
362, Rama 2 Road, Bangmod Jomthong, Bangkok, 10150

Website
bangpakokhospital.com

Telephone
(+66) 2 109 9111

 

BNH Hospital
Address
9/1, Convent Road, Silom, Bangkok, 10500

Website
www.bnhhospital.com

Telephone
(+66) 2 686 2700

 

Bumrungrad International
Address
33 Sukhumvit 3, Wattana, Bangkok 10110

Website
www.bumrungrad.com
thailandhospital

Telephone
(+66) 2 667 1000

 

Chaophya Hospital Public Company Limited
Address
113/44, Borommaratchachonnani, ArunAmmarin, Bangkok Noi, Bangkok, 10700

Website
www.chaophya.com

Telephone
(+66) 2 434 1111

 

Chiangmai Ram Hospital
Address
8 Boonreungrit Road, Muang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, 50200

Website
www.chiangmairam.com

Telephone
(+66) 53 224 880

 

Chonburi Hospital
Address
62 Moo 2, Sukhumvit Road, Baan-Suan, Muang Chon Buri, Chonburi, 20000

Website
www.cbh.moph.go.th

Telephone
(+66) 38 931 100

 

International Clinic Koh Chang
Address
376 Moo 2, Sukhumvit Road, Wangkrajae, Muang, Trat, 23000

Website
http://www.bangkoktrathospital.com/

Telephone
(+66) 39 552 777

 

Kamol Cosmetic Hospital
Address
1223, Ladpraw 94, Intraporn Road, Wangthonglang, Bangkok, 10310

Website
www.kamolhospital.com

Telephone
(+66) 2 559 0155

 

Khonkaen Ram Hospital
Address
193, Sri Jaan Road, Muang, Khonkean, 40000

Website
www.khonkaenram.com

Telephone
(+66) 43 333 800

 

Kluaynamthai Home Care
Address
27, Sukhumvit 68 Road, Bang Na, Bangkok, 10260

Website
www.kluaynamthai2.com

Telephone
(+66) 84 567 1114-6

 

Kluaynamthai Hospital
Address
80, Sukhumvit Road, Phra Khanong,Khlong Toei, Bangkok, 10110

Website
www.kluaynamthai.com

Telephone
(+66) 2 769 2000

 

Kluaynamthai Polyclinic Branch Asoke
Address
2491 Rama 4, Bangkok

Website
www.kluaynamthai.com

Telephone
(+66) 2 769 2000

 

Kluaynamthai2 Geriatric Hospital
Address
27, Sukhumvit 68 Road, Bang Na, Bangkok, 10260

Website
www.kluaynamthai2.com

Telephone
(+66) 84 567 1114-6

 

Krabi Nakharin International Hospital

Address
1, Pisanpob Road, Paknam, Muang Krabi, Krabi, 81000

Website
www.krabinakharin.co.th

Telephone
(+66) 75 626 555

Mahachai Hospital Public Company Limited
Address
927/43, Koh Setthakit Road, Mahachai, Muang, Samutsakorn, 74000

Website
www.mahachaihospital.com

Telephone
(+66) 34 424 990

 

Metta International Eye Center
Address
2nd Floor, Bangkok Mediplex Building,42, Sukhumvit Road, Bang Jaak, Phra Khanong, Bangkok, 10260

Website
www.metta.go.th

Telephone
(+66) 2 712 2066

 

Navamin 9 Hospital
Address
599 Moo 13, Sihaburanukit Road, Min Buri, Bangkok, 10510

Website
www.navamin9.com

Telephone
(+66) 2 518 1818

 

Nonthavej Hospital
Address
30/8, Ngamwongwan Road, Bangkhen, Nonthaburi, 11000

Website
www.nonthavej.co.th

Telephone
(+66) 2 596 7888

 

Phyathai 2 Hospital
Address
943, Phaholyothin Road, Samsannai,Phyathai, Bangkok 10400

Website
www.phyathai.com

Telephone
(+66) 2 617 2444

 

Pitsanuvej Hospital
Address
211, Khunpirentoratep Road, Muang, Phitsanulok, 65000

Website
www.pitsanuvej.com

Telephone
(+66) 55 909 000

 

Praram 9 Hospital
Address
99, Soi Rama 9 Hospital, Rama 9 Road,Huaykwang, Bangkok, 10320

Website
www.praram9.com

Telephone
(+66) 2 202 9999

 

Rachvipa MRI Center
Address
9, Ratchadapisek Alley 56, Ratchadapisek Road, Lad Yaw, Chatuchak, Bangkok, 10900

Website
rachvipamri.com

Telephone
(+66) 98 830 7586,(+66) 2 158 1088,(+66) 2 911 1317-18

 

Ramkhamhaeng Hospital
Address
436, Ramkhamhaeng Hospital, Ramkhamhaeng Road, Huamak, Bangkapi, Bangkok, 10240

Website
www.ram-hosp.co.th

Telephone
(+66) 2 743 9999,(+66) 2 374 0200

 

Samitivej Srinakarin Hospital
Address
488, Srinakarin Road, Suanluang, Bangkok, 10250

Website
www.samitivejhospitals.com/srinakarin

Telephone
(+66) 2 022 2222

 

Samitivej Sriracha Hospital
Address
8, Soi Laemket, Jermompol Road, Sriracha, Chonburi, 20110

Website
www.samitivejhospitals.com/sriracha

Telephone
(+66) 38 320 300

 

Samitivej Sukhumvit Hospital
Address
133, Sukhumvit 49, Klongtan Nua, Vadhana, Bangkok, 10110

Website
www.samitivejhospitals.com/sukhumvit

Telephone
(+66) 2 022 2222

 

Sea Smile Dental Clinic
Address
189/18, Rat-U-Thit 200 Year, Patong Beach, Kathu, Phuket, 83150

Website
www.thaidentalcenter.com

Telephone
(+66) 2 105 4288

 

Sikarin Hatyai Hospital
Address
169, Nipatsongkhroa 1 Road, Hat Yai, Songkhla, 90110

Website
www.sikarinhadyai.com

Telephone
(+66) 74 366 966

 

Sikarin Hospital
Address
4/29 Moo 10, Srinakarin Road, Bang-Na, Bangkok, 10260

Website
www.sikarin.com

Telephone
(+66) 2 366 9900

 

Siriraj Piyamaharajkarun Hospital
Address
2, Wanglang Road, Siriraj, Bangkok Noi, Bangkok, 10700

Website
www.siphhospital.com

Telephone
1474

 

Sri Phala Clinic
Address
166/56 Moo 1, Bo Phut, Koh Samui, Suratthani, 84320

Website
sriphalahealthcare.com

Telephone
(+66) 77 954 054, (+66) 62 656 1419

 

Srisawan Hospital
Address
33/64, Daw Wa Dung Road, Paknampo, Muang, Nakhon Sawan, 60000

Website
srisawan.com

Telephone
(+66) 56 221 222,(+66) 56 311 626

 

Sukumvit Hospital
Address
1411, Sukumvit Road, Prakanong Nua, Wattana, Bangkok, Thailand, 10110

Website
www.sukumvithospital.com

Telephone
(+66) 2 391 0011

 

Synphaet Hospital
Address
9/99, Ramintra Road, KM 8.5, Khannayao,Bangkok, 10230

Website
www.synphaet.co.th

Telephone
(+66) 2 793 5000,(+66) 2 793 5099
Thabo Crown Prince Hospital
Address
Tha Bo, Nong Khai

Website
www.thabohospital.com

Telephone
(+66) 42 430 115

 

The World Medical Center
Address
44 M00 4, Chaengwattana Road,Pakkred, Nonthaburi, 11120

Website
theworldmedicalcenter.com

Telephone
(+66) 2 836 9999

 

Vejthani Hospital
Address
1, Ladprao Road 111, Klong-Chan, Bangkapi, Bangkok, 10240

Website
www.vejthani.com

Telephone
(+66) 85 223 8888,(+66) 2 734 0000

 

Vibhavadi Hospital
Address
51/3, Ngamwongwan Road, Chatujak,Bangkok, 10900

Website
www.vibhavadi.com

Telephone
(+66) 2 561 1111

 

Wuttisak Clinic Siam Square Branch
Address
205/4-5, Rama 1 Road, Pathum Wan, Bangkok, 10330

Website
www.wuttisakclinic.com

Telephone
(+66) 2 658 4440

 

Yanhee Hospital
Address
454, Charansanitwong Road, Bang-O, Bangplad, Bangkok, 10700

Website
www.yanhee.net

Telephone
(+66) 2 879 0300

Extension of stay

Criteria of the Immigration Office regarding the duration allowed for a stay in the Kingdom of Thailand and how to request for a visa extension for a foreigner who holds a regular passport according to the type of the visa

Country : 49 countries exempted from a visa

Type of Visa
Without Visa

Period of stay
30 days

Period of extension
N/A


Type of Visa
Transit

Period of stay
30 days

Period of extension
N/A


Type of Visa
Tourist

Period of stay
60 days

Period of extension
30 days (Not more than 90 days from the date of entry)


Type of Visa
Non-Immigrant

Period of stay
90 days

Period of extension
According to the reason and necessity (not more than 1 year)


Type of Visa
O-A (Long Stay)

Period of stay
1 year

Period of extension
1 year


Type of Visa
Courtesy

Period of stay
90 days

Period of extension
N/A


Type of Visa
ABTC

Period of stay
90 days

Period of extension
N/A

Country : 12 countries which has an agreement with Thailand on visa exemption

Type of Visa
Without Visa

Period of stay
14, 30 or 90 days following the agreement

Period of extension
N/A


Type of Visa
Transit

Period of stay
30 days

Period of extension
N/A


Type of Visa
Tourist

Period of stay
60 days

Period of extension
30 days (Not more than 90 days from the date of entry)


Type of Visa
Non-Immigrant

Period of stay
90 days

Period of extension
According to the reason and necessity (not more than 1 year)


Type of Visa
O-A (Long Stay)

Period of stay
1 year

Period of extension
1 year


Type of Visa
Courtesy

Period of stay
90 days

Period of extension
N/A


Type of Visa
ABTC

Period of stay
90 days

Period of extension
N/A

Note:

  1. *in the case that the holder of the Courtesy Visa is a visitant to a royal family or a guest of the Thai government, he/she can stay in the Kingdom as long as the mission/visit is finished.
  2. There are 49 countries/economic zones which enjoy priority privilege in entering Thailand for tourism consist Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Bahrain, Brunei, Cambodia, Canada, Czech, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, France, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, South Korea, Kuwait, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Monaco, Myanmar, Netherland, New Zealand, Norway, Oman, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Singapore, Slovak, Slovenia, Spain, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, UAE, Great Britain, USA and Vietnam
  3. Countries/economic zones which are eligible to apply for a Visa on Arrival (VOA) 19 countries are Andorra, Bulgaria, Bhutan, China, Cyprus, Ethiopia, India, Kazakhstan, Latvia,  Lithuania, Maldives, Malta, Mauritius, Romania, San Marino, Saudi Arabia, Taiwan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan
  4. Countries/economic zones which has an agreement with Thailand on visa exemption (there are 12 countries/economic zones). Argentina (90 days), Brazil (90 days), Chile (90 days), Hong Kong (30 days), South Korea (90 days), Laos (30 days), Macau (30 days), Mongolia (30 days), Peru (90 days), Russia (30 days), Vietnam (30 days) and Cambodia (14 days)
  5. The member of APEC Business Travel Card (ABTC) are Australia, Brunei, China, Chile , Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, South Korea, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Philippine, Papua New Guinea, Russia, Singapore, Chinese Taipei and Vietnam
  6. The Immigration Office will approve for a visa extension based on the purpose of the stay and the necessity, as well as the citizenship of the applicant. Details per the order of the Royal Thai Police No. 606/2549. However, if an application for a visa extension is rejected, the Royal Thai Police still allows the applicant 7 more days of stay, for a preparation to exit the country.

Information updated in August,2014

The procedure, Criteria for consideration and required documents for extension of stay for tourism purpose in Thailand

1. Apply for Non-Immigration Visa Procedure

  1. Contact the information counter to pick up a queue card.
  2. Submit your passport and other related documents to the officer.
  3. Pay the fee and fine in case of overstay.
  4. Meet with the officer to receive stamp and approval hearing, except
    • for retirement visas
    • when the applicant has hold Thai citizenship before
    • for business class A
    • for visas special cases
      (If making a statement is required, it takes approx. 40 min.)
  1. Collect your passport.
  2. On the appointed day and time, please present your passport to the officer in person. There is charge for this stage.

2. Criteria for Consideration

The alien:

  1. Must have been granted a tourist visa (TOURIST).
  2. Must not be of a nationality or type prescribed by the committee monitoring official proceedings of officers of the Immigration Bureau.

3. List of Documents

  1. Application form.
  2. Copy of applicant’s passport.
  3. A 2X2” photo.
  4. A request fee of 1,900 THB.

4. In other cases

For more information about additional documents and procedure please contact The Immigration Bureau of Thailand or every Immigrant Checkpoint in Thailand.

How to temporarily bring a personal vehicle into the Kingdom of Thailand

Personal cars, motorcycles, yachts, sport boats and fishing boats that the owner brings into the Kingdom temporarily and will send back within 1-2 months but not more than 6 months (for the use of tourism purposes) will be exempted from duty. The owners who wish to bring a personal vehicle into the Kingdom are required to fully comply to rules and regulations per the Thai Customs has set.

1) Documents that should be prepared when brining a personal vehicle into the Kingdom temporarily 

  1. an application form for an entry clearance to bring the car into the Kingdom temporarily for tourism purposes
  2. the License Plate
  3. the Identification Card or the Passport of the vehicle controller that is under a tourist visa, and an international driver license
  4. power of attorney (in that case that the vehicle controller is not the owner
  5. bill of lading
  6. evidence of trading
  7. a copy of juristic person certification letter
  8. an insurance contract confirming that the vehicle will be returned to home country
  9. other documents (if any)

2) Process for entry clearance to bring a personal vehicle into the Kingdom

  1. the importer submits the documents and fill in an entry clearance form to the Customs Office or at the Customs Border that the importer would like to bring in the vehicle. In the case that there are other belongings or passengers and their belongings travelling with the vehicle, the importer will be required to inform the Customs Officer as well.
  2. the officer will verify the right of the importer, by considering how long the passport has been allowed to use for a stay in the Kingdom by the Immigrant Office, and it has to be a tourist visa, too. If the documents are correct and complete, the office will issue a special Bill of Lading and determine the entry deposit for each particular entry.
  3. the importer brings the entry deposit (cash or bank guarantee) to make payment at the Unit of Account and Duty (if any)

Insurance and Guarantee

  • the importer us cash as a Guarantee, or use a Guarantee letter from a bank or a person. In the case that the importer cannot find a Guarantee, the importer may be allowed to guarantee him/herself.
  • In the case that the importer cannot use cash or a Guarantee letter from a bank, he/she may seek an approval from an Embassy, so that the Thai Customs can use as a supporting document to consider for an approval for the importer to guarantee him/herself.
  • the Thai Customs will determine the Guarantee amount by using the market price plus all kinds of tax and duty of the car that is being imported.
  • The importer submits the Guarantee documents to the Customs Officer.
  • The customs Officer will check the vehicle and the belongings that come with it. When completed checking, the Officer will provide a copy of the Bill of Lading to the importer, to use as a reference and show to the Customs Officers when exiting the Kingdom.

3) How to proceed for an entry clearance to take a personal vehicle out of the Kingdom

  1. the importer presents the Bill of Lading issued by the Thai Customs upon entering the Kingdom, to a Customs Officer at the exit Customs Office or Customs Border.
  2. the Customs Officer checks the vehicle and the belongings inside. When the checking is completed, the Officer will record the exiting of the vehicle so that the vehicle list registered in the computer system is updated, and will revoke the Guarantee that the importer has made upon entering the country with the Customs Office (in the case that that is a Cash Guarantee or a Guarantee Letter by Bank)

4) In the case that the importer fails to take the vehicle out of the Kingdom within the given period

  1. In the case that the importer fails to take the vehicle out of the Kingdom within the given period designated on the Guarantee Contract, the Customs Office will fully enforce the penalty without making any concessions.
    The Enforcement of the Guarantee Contract
  • When it is due for the vehicle to be taken out or the importer expresses his/her desire before the due that he/she will not take the vehicle out of the Kingdom, the Thai Customs will fully enforce the penalty of the Guarantee without making any concessions.
  • In the case that an importer brings a car or a motorcycle into the Kingdom for a temporary use and intend to bring it back out of the country, but fails to do so within the given time designated on the Guarantee Contract without any intention to break the contract.
  • For the Guarantee Contract, the importer will be required to pay 1,000 THB per day starting from the expiry date, but not more than 10,000 THB
  1. In the case that an importer wishes to extend the validity of the Guarantee Contract to keep the vehicle for a temporary use in Thailand, he/she may submit a request for an extension at a Customs Office. The importer will be allowed to keep the vehicle for a temporary use in the country not longer than the extended period of stay in his/her visa approved by the Immigration Office, but in total not more than months after the original entering date of the vehicle. Except in the cases where the engine of the vehicle is not working and/or the vehicle has an accident and thus takes time to be repaired, the importer may be allowed to keep the vehicle in Thailand for more than months, but in total not more than months after the original entering date, which he/she may submit a request at a Customs Border or a Customs Office.

“Entertaining Boats and Sporting Boats” means boats that are used for entertainment or boats used for sports especially, and not for commercial purposes, military purposes or for doing scientific researches. For the Entertaining Boats and Sporting Boats or Fishing Boats that come from a foreign country, the naval of the boat needs to report for Entering Boats the same way as other boats and ships that come from other countries. In the same way, for Entertaining Boats and Sport Boats or Fishing Boats that are travelling to other countries, the naval of the boat needs to submit a “Declaration for Ships Outward” and request for a “Clearance Outward” from the Customs Office, too.

Royal Thai Consulate

The Royal Thai Embassy, Canberra

111 Empire Circuit Yarralumla ACT 2600
+61 2 6206 0100
+61 2 6206 0123
www.canberra.thaiembassy.org

Business Hours
9.30-12.30

Visa Section
+61 2 6206 0120
rtecanb@gmail.com


The Royal Thai Embassy, Wellington

110 Molesworth Street ,Thorndon Wellington Postal Address: PO. Box 12-247,Thorndon Wellington 6144
(64 4) 476-8616 (64 4) 496-2900 VOIP: 510200,510202,510202,510203
secretary@thaiembassynz.org.nz , thailand@thaiembassynz.org.nz(Trade) , consular@thaiembassynz.org.n
www.thaiembassy.org/wellington

Business Hours
9 a.m.-12.30 pm.; 2 p.m.-5 p.m. Mon-Fri


Royal Thai Consulate-General, Sydney

Level 8, 131 Macquarie Street Sydney NSW 2000
(02) 9241 2542-3

Emergencies
0411 424 303 (Emergency number is for emergencies only)

www.thaiconsulatesydney.org/en
info@thaiconsulatesydney.org
www.facebook.com/sydthaiconsulate


VIC Royal Thai Consulate General

Suite 301, 566 St Kilda Road Melbourne Vic 3004
+61 3 9533 9100
+61 3 9533 9200
info@thaiconsulatemelbourne.com
www.thaiconsulatemelbourne.com

Business Hours
Monday – Friday 9.30am – 2.00pm


Royal Thai Consulate Brisbane

Royal Thai Consulate Address: Level 19, 344 Queen Street, Brisbane QLD 4000
Postal Address: GPO Box 2231, Brisbane QLD 4000
+61 7 3493 6464
+61 7 3493 6465
info@royalthaiconsulatebrisbane.com
www.royalthaiconsulatebrisbane.com

Business Hours
Monday – Friday 9.30am – 2.30pm


SA Royal Thai Consulate General

Room 9, 144 South Terrace, Adelaide, SA 5000
+61 8 8231 1333
info@royalthaiconsulate.org.au

Business Hours
Monday – Friday 11.00am – 3.00pm


TAS Royal Thai Consulate General

63 Invercargill Road Mount Nelson, Hobart TAS 7007
+61 3 6224 3811
+61 3 6224 3652
achalabun@bigpond.com


Royal Thai Consulate Perth

Royal Thai Consulate Address: Ground Floor 28-42 Ventnor Avenue, West Perth, WA 6005
Postal Address: PO Box 848, West Perth, WA 6872
+61 8 9226 2288
thaiconsulateperth@hotmail.com
http://www.thaiconsulateperth.com/


Royal Thai Consulate-General, Port Moresby

Suites 1 & 2, IEPNG Haus Section 56, Allotment 10, Mabi St. Gordons P.O.Box 1659, Port Moresby, 121 NCD PAPUA NEW GUINEA
(675) 323 8330
(675) 325 8160
enquiries@thaiconsulate.org.pg