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Content updated, October 2022

Travel to Thailand with a Tourist Visa! Apply with iVisa

Thailand is one of the top destinations around the world, whether you're exploring the large cities, or relaxing by the coastline, the truth is that there are plenty of reasons to visit. Among our favorites is Thai cuisine, which is popular all over the world. It reflects key features of Thai culture: it is generous, pleasant, refreshing, and easygoing.

Thailand reopened for tourism in July 2021. And since then, tourists from all eligible countries have been completing the visa application for a Thailand Visa (eVisa). There’s no need to visit a Royal Thai embassy or consulate. Below, we’ll tell you how to get this document online using iVisa's services.

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What is the Thailand Tourist Visa?

It is an electronic visa that allows foreign nationals of certain countries to legally enter Thailand. The eVisa is now all electronic and allows foreigners to obtain their visas to Thailand more easily, without going to a Royal Thai embassy or consulate.

This travel document can be easily obtained through the iVisa platform. With us, you can apply for your Visa using our 100% online guided process.

Which nationalities can apply for the Thailand visa?

Citizens of the following 29 countries are eligible for the Thailand Visas service:

  • Afghanistan, Bulgaria, Bhutan, Democratic Republic of Congo, Cape Verde, Congo, China, Cyprus, Dominican Republic, Ethiopia, Fiji, Grenada, Georgia, Guam, Haiti, India, Jamaica, Kazakhstan, Malta, Mexico, Nauru, North Korea, Papua New Guinea, Romania, Trinidad and Tobago, Taiwan, Uzbekistan, Vatican City, and Vanuatu.

How long is the Thai visa valid?

The Thailand e-Visa is valid for 90 days after arrival. You can use this tourist visa to visit Thailand only once. It’s not a multiple-entry visa.

What are the Thailand visa requirements and policy?

To begin your Thai tourist visa application, you’ll need the following items:

  • Applicant's Photo

  • Passport Scan

  • Airline Confirmation

  • Proof of Accommodation

  • Bank Statement

  • Proof of Residence

  • All Passport Pages Scan

  • Selfie holding the photo and information page of the passport

  • Host's ID (if applicable)

  • Employment Proof (if applicable)

  • ID card or Residence permit of Shanghai, Anhui, Zhejiang or Jiangsu (if applicable)

With your Thai Visa, you'll be able to enter Thailand through Suvarnabhumi International Airport, Don Mueang International Airport, Chiang Mai International Airport, or Phuket International Airport.

Upon arrival, you will need to present your tourist visa and your passport at the immigration area.

How do I apply for the Thailand visa online?

Completing the Thai visa application process is very easy. You’ll just need to follow these three steps and you’ll be done in no time.

  • Step one: Fill out the visa application form. The Thai immigration bureau office requires that you include your personal information (as stated in your valid passport) and some information regarding your stay in Thailand. We recommend that you have the details of your flight and accommodation handy. Once you’re done, you can select how fast you want to receive your Thai visa.

  • Step two: Double-check that all the information in the visa application form is correct. We want to avoid any issues with your application. All the details need to match your supporting documents. Once you’re sure everything is correct, you can proceed to pay the visa fee.

  • Step three: Upload all the supporting documents and submit your visa application form. Make sure that the scan is clear and has no smudges.

Visa applicants will receive their valid tourist visa and a receipt by email so make sure you're aware of anything incoming from iVisa. To get your eVisa with us you won’t need to visit a Thai embassy or consulate.

You must save this in a safe place on your electronic device and it is recommended to print it out so you can easily show it on arrival in Thailand.

What are the costs and processing times of the Thai visa?

The iVisa fee for processing your Thai Visa will depend on how fast you want to receive it.

  • Standard Processing time: USD $99.99 - 21 days

  • Rush Processing: USD $162.99 - 12 days

  • Super Rush Processing: USD $201.99 - 6 days

All our visa fees include the Thai government fee of USD $40.00.

COVID-19 requirements or restrictions

COVID 19 Testing

There are no covid testing requirements.

Vaccine Certificates

COVID vaccines or vaccination certificates are not required to enter the country.

Quarantine

There are no quarantine requirements in Thailand.

Applying with iVisa

We have been in the business of processing visa applications for many years and we have worked hard to improve all our services. We strive to make our processes quick and easy to follow. The idea that getting a visa is cumbersome is a thing of the past. Nowadays, it can be as easy as opening a new email address.

But you don’t have to take our word for it. We recommend that you go over to our reviews section and read what our past customers have said about our services. We’re sure you’ll find them to your liking.

Where can I learn more?

You can always reach out to our outstanding customer support team. They are available every day of the year, to answer any questions you might have about this or any other travel documents. They are incredibly helpful and experts in processing Thailand Tourist Visas.

Required Documents to Apply
  • Applicant's Photo

  • Passport Scan

  • Airline Confirmation

  • Proof of Accommodation

  • Bank Statement

  • Proof of Residence

  • All Passport Pages Scan

  • Selfie holding the photo and information page of the passport

  • Host's ID (if applicable)

  • Employment Proof (if applicable)

  • ID card or Residence permit of Shanghai, Anhui, Zhejiang or Jiangsu (if applicable)

Important Instructions
  • The Thailand Tourist Visa is a single-entry visa valid for three months.

  • This visa is only for sightseeing, vacation, or other tourism purposes.

  • Proof of accommodation is required to get the Thailand Tourist Visa. The dates in this document MUST match the travel dates selected in the application. This is a requirement that is demanded by the government in order to issue the travel document.

  • This Tourist Visa is only available to travelers whose point of entry into Thailand is one of the following:

    • Suvarnabhumi International Airport
    • Don Mueang International Airport
    • Chiang Mai International Airport
    • Phuket International Airport.
  • iVisa is a legitimate company, accredited and recognized by the International Air Transport Association (IATA). For more information, see the FAQs below.

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Questions?

If you are making the application for your Thailand Tourist Visa, and an error appears, don't worry because we have an excellent customer support team that works to help you with everything you need. So if you have an error, we will help you right away.
You can immediately apply again for your Thailand Tourist Visa application if it has been rejected or canceled. However, you can also appeal for the rejection of your visa, but you must wait to receive a letter from the Embassy of Thailand, which will explain the rejection of your tourist visa. So that you know what the mistake was and can make the application process again more confidently.
Yes, the period of stay of a Thailand tourist visa is 90 days from the date of arrival. This is a single entry visa and does not permit multiple entries into the country.
You can request an extended stay at any Immigration Office in Thailand, where you may be allowed to stay for another 30 days. It would help if you did so before your permit expires. Otherwise, you will be fined 500 Baht for each extra day you stay in Thailand. You must be very careful about the dates, so you don’t have any problems.
If you frequently travel to Thailand for business, you must apply for a multiple-entry business visa. This type of visa is for one year and will allow you to travel frequently. The stay period is at most 90 days for each of your visits during the year. You must have a valid work permit in Thailand or a letter of approval from the Thai Ministry of Labor to support your visa application.
You can find all the information and regulations about personal medications containing narcotic drugs/ psychotropic substances on the Narcotics Controls Division, Food, and Drug Administration, Ministry of Public Health website.