Thai extended temporary exemption for Chinese tourists from landing fees until April 30

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 Thai extended temporary exemption for Chinese tourists from landing fees until April 30


According to the website of the Chinese Embassy in the Kingdom of Thailand, the Thai government announced recently that the measures to exempt visitors from landing visa fees in 21 countries and regions, including mainland China and Taiwan, were extended until April 30, 2019.

To apply for a visa to Thailand, the following information should be submitted:

1. Passport valid for at least 6 months.

2. A two-inch white photograph without a crown.

3. Carry 10,000 (personal) or 20,000 (family) Thai baht cash or equivalent foreign currency with you. The Immigration Bureau will conduct random spot checks on the spot.

4. Roundtrip tickets (e-ticket printed version) and hotel orders not exceeding 15 days.

The residence period of the landing visa is 15 days. Except for special reasons such as illness, it is generally not possible to apply for an extension.

The Chinese Embassy in Thailand reminds all Chinese citizens traveling to Thailand to pay attention to the relevant requirements of the landing signature of the Thai side, and to prepare materials in advance to ensure smooth entry.

Source: Wang Zheng_N7526, responsible editor of Beijing News