As a Thai tourist visiting Bangladesh, you will be required to present a Bangladesh tourist visa for citizens of Thailand upon landing. Fill in our online application and apply now for your Bangladesh tourist visa for citizens of Thailand on iVisa.com : once you receive this document via email, you’ll be ready to travel! Save time and avoid paperwork and queues, get your e-visa directly by e-mail and spend your days exploring Bangladesh and its beauty!
Get the chance to visit this authentic country and its colourful wildlife, so close to nearby India and Myanmar, but with a lot less hustle and bustle. Although less travelled, Bangladeshi cities and monuments will walk you through the history of Bengali division and the country’s independence. Current advice is against all but essential travel to Bangladesh. The country is currently at Level 4 Travel Health Notice according to the CDC and a mandatory 14 days quarantine is foreseen upon arrival. However, if you’re from Kuwait and wish to travel to Bangladesh and need a visa, to apply for a Bangladesh tourist visa for citizens of Kuwait
Frequently Asked Questions
Is a vaccination required to enter the country?
A COVID-19 vaccination is recommended but not mandatory to enter Bangladesh. Vaccinated travellers will be able to quarantine at home or at the temporary address in the country, whereas non vaccinated travellers will quarantine in a government nominated hotel.
Is a PCR test required to enter the country?
Yes, to enter the country you must have a negative PCR test, taken within 72 hours before boarding the plane to Bangladesh (for all citizens aged 10 or above).
Is quarantine required upon arrival to the country?
Yes, Europeans and international travellers arriving from Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Iraq, Ireland, Kazakhstan, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Namibia, Netherlands, Panama, South Africa, Thailand, and Tunisia will be asked to quarantine at a government nominated hotel at their own expense.
Why apply for the Bangladesh tourist visa for citizens of Thailand?
Every citizen of Thailand travelling to Bangladesh is required to obtain a visa upon arrival. This is a 30 days in Total Single Entry Visa, valid for 90 days after issued. When travelling to Bangladesh, please make sure you keep your visa and your passport with you at all times.
What are the e-visa fees and processing times?
There are three (3) different options to apply for a Bangladesh tourist visa for citizens of Thailand:
- Standard Processing - received within 9 days - USD $81.99
- Rush Processing - received within 7 days- USD $82.99
- Super Rush Processing - received within 5 days - USD $86.99
What documents do I need to apply for my Bangladesh tourist visa for citizens of Thailand?
- Your passport scan - with at least six months validity from when you’re planning on entering Bangladesh.
- Travel ticket
- One passport-sized current photo
- Invitation letter or accommodation details about your stay
- A selfie with the physical credit card used for the online payment. Only the last 4 digits of the card must be visible in the photo. Only one image per order is required to verify the payment.
Bangladesh is often called the greenest country of Asia, and even its main city Dhaka, offers a jungle outlook, unlike many other major cities in the area. Here you’ll find many historical monuments and buildings to visit as well as local markets and small food restaurants across the old quarter. If moving further out from the capital, don’t forget to visit Chittagong Hill Tracts for marvellous tekking on the surrounding nature reserve and not so far off you’ll be able to comfortably reach the mountainous town of Rangamati known for its lake and woodlands nearby. Colourful little boats sail the lake repeatedly every day and with a bit of luck you may even be able to spot a different load - what about an elephant crossing the river bank?!
Moreover Somapura Mahavihara, will give your journey a hint of spirituality: go visit this incredibly fascinating Buddhist archeological site, unsurprisingly also a UNESCO World Heritage Site! Though, if you’re more into sea life, don’t forget to check Saint Martin and Kuakata and their beaches at sunset!