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Step 1: Do I need a Visa?

*Click here to see Visa Eligibility

  • Visa on Arrival
    • If your national falls under Visa on Arrival category, please visit here to see the required documents upon arrival
    • If your national requires a Visa on Arrival and after arrival you need to stay longer than the allowed period, please visit here.
  • Visa Exemption
    • If your national falls under Visa Exemption scheme, please visit here.
    • If your national is visa exempted but you need to stay longer than the allowed period, please visit here
  • Purpose of Visit
    • Transit
      • If you visit Thailand for a transit purpose, you need to apply for a Transit Visa. Click here for more information
    • Tourist
      • If you visit Thailand for a tourism purpose for no longer than 60 days, you need to apply for a Tourist Visa. Click here for more information
      • If you visit Thailand to receive medical treatment, you need to apply for a Tourist MT Visa. Click here for more information
      • If you are planning to visit Thailand and Cambodia, you need to apply for ACMECS Single Visa. Click here for more information
    • Business / Working
      • If you visit Thailand for a business meeting, you need to apply for a Non-Immigrant Visa-B (Business). Click here for more information
      • If you visit Thailand for long-term employment or non credit-collecting internship, you need to apply for a Non-Immigrant Visa-B (Working). Click here for more information
      • If you visit Thailand to invest in particular industries, you need to apply for a SMART Visa. Click here for more information
      • If you are a holder of the APEC Business Travel Card (ABTC), you need to apply for a APEC Business Travel Card (ABTC) Visa. Click here for more information
      • If you visit Thailand under the media production or are working for a media company, you need to apply for a Non-Immigrant Visa Category “M”. Click here for more information
    • Study
      • If you visit Thailand for studying or for a credit-collecting internship, you need to apply for a Non-Immigrant Visa-ED. Click here for more information
    •  Long-term Stay
      • If you are 50 years old or more and wish to stay in Thailand for a period not exceeding one year for a non-working purpose, you need to apply for a Non-Immigrant Visa-O-A. Click here for more information
      • If you are 50 years old or more and wish to stay in Thailand for a period not exceeding ten year for a non-working purpose, you need to apply for a Non-Immigrant Visa-O-X. Click here for more information
      • Long-Term Residents visa (LTR) Click here for more information
    •  Others
      • If you are lawfully married to a Thai citizen and wish to visit Thailand, you need to apply for a Non-Immigrant Visa-O (Thai Spouse). Click here for more information
      • If you visit Thailand for a tourism purpose and you are a Thailand Privilege Cardholder, you need to apply for a Privilege Entry Visa. Click here for more information
  • Remarks
    • 1) Afghanistan, Iraq and North Korea *for all circumstances* must seek approval from Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Thailand and other relevant authorities in Bangkok
    • 2) China must seek approval from Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Thailand and other relevant authorities in Bangkok *only if applicants intend to stay in Thailand for 90 days or more 
    • 3) Nigeria need additional documents:
      • Employer's letter
      • Certificate of clearance issued by the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency of Nigeria (NDLEA) that is certified by Nigeria Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Royal Thai Embassy in Abuja
    • 4) List of countries that require the Yellow Fever Vaccination Certificate upon arrival to Thailand, please see here