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THAILAND eVISA ON ARRIVAL (VOA) | HOW TO GET THE THAILAND TOURIST VISA

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 there are plenty of reasons to visit. Among our favorites are Thai cuisine and sacred, historical places. Thai cuisine, which is popular all over the world, reflects key features of Thai culture: it is generous, pleasant, refreshing, and easygoing. All the while, both the rural and urban landscapes are framed by gleaming temples and glittering Buddhas. Everywhere you go, you’ll find a place that brings you harmony and peace.

Thailand reopened for tourism on July 1, 2021. And since then, tourists from all eligible countries have been successfully completing the visa application for a Thai visa with us. There’s no need to visit a Royal Thai embassy. Below, we’ll tell you how to get this document easily and fast, all online.

What is the Thailand Tourist Visa?

It is an electronic visa that allows foreign nationals of certain countries to obtain their visas to Thailand more quickly.

This travel document can be easily obtained through the Visa on Arrival program. With iVisa.com, you can obtain your pre-arrival registration in order to collect your Visa on Arrival quickly and hassle free, at the required checkpoint in Thailand.

The Thai tourist visa cannot be obtained online. Instead, you receive a pre-registration document that allows you to enter Thailand through Suvarnabhumi Airport, Don Mueang Airport, Phuket Airport, or Chiang Mai Airport.

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Can I apply for a visa on arrival directly at the airport?

Absolutely. If you prefer, you can skip the pre-arrival registration and apply directly when you arrive in Thailand. However, you must consider that long lines and complicated bureaucratic processes might make it slower to get your visa. That’s why visa applicants are encouraged to complete the pre-arrival registration. You can add the mandatory Thailand Health Certificate to your pre-arrival registration process. This way you can expedite your transit through the border and skip the cumbersome process.

Who can apply for these Thailand visas?

Citizens of the following 18 countries are eligible for the Visa on Arrival pre-registration service: Bhutan, Bulgaria, China, Cyprus, Ethiopia, Fiji, Georgia, India, Kazakhstan, Malta, Mexico, Nauru, Papua New Guinea, Romania, Saudi Arabia, Taiwan, Uzbekistan or Vanuatu.

However, keep in mind that the Thailand Health Certificate (T.8 Form) is required for all nationalities without exception. There’s no need to visit a Royal Thai embassy to apply for this visa.

How do I apply for a 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.

Please note that iVisa.com services do not give you the Visa on Arrival. We provide the pre-registration form for expediting the process of picking up your VOA at the required checkpoint at the airport in Thailand. To get the pre-registration form, you won’t need to visit a Thai embassy.

How long is the Thai visa valid?

The Thailand e-Visa on Arrival 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 costs and processing time of the Thai visa?

The Thailand visa on Arrival government fee costs 2,000 THB. This fee must be paid in cash (in Thai currency) when you arrive in Thailand. The fee for processing your pre-arrival registration form will depend on how fast you want to receive it.

  • Standard Processing time is 6 days with a service fee of USD 85.00.
  • Rush Processing. The visa fee is USD 100.00 and you’ll get your pre-arrival registration in 4 days.
  • Super Rush Processing, you can get your document in 2 days and It costs USD 120.00.

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

What are the Thailand visa requirements and policy?

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

  • Passport or travel document with at least 6 months validity.
  • A digital photo of you taken in the last 3 months. If you don't have one, you can use our passport photo service to get one easily.
  • Your travel dates.
  • Airline Confirmation.
  • Accommodation Details.
  • Credit or debit card for paying the visa fees.

To finish your visa application, you will need to present the following documents to an immigration officer in Thailand, to receive your actual visa upon arrival:

  • Passport with at least one blank page.
  • VOA pre-registration form (provided by iVisa.com).
  • Cash for each traveler in your group (THB 2,000 in Thai currency) for the visa stamping fee upon arrival.
  • QR Code of the T.8 Form (provided by us).
  • A negative COVID-19 test (RT-PCR test) issued by a health authority within 72 hours before departure.
  • Health insurance/health insurance policy that shows a minimum medical coverage of 100,000 USD in Thailand and covers issues related to COVID-19.

To obtain a valid Thai visa you need to enter Thailand through Suvarnabhumi International Airport, Don Mueang International Airport, Chiang Mai International Airport, or Phuket International Airport

Our service does NOT provide an actual tourist visa. We will provide you with a pre-registration document. Upon arrival, you will need to present this letter and your passport at the immigration area and enter the corresponding e Visa on Arrival (E-VOA) lane to receive your actual Visa.

Once you arrive at the airport, follow the signs leading to Immigration.

On the way to Immigration, you will see a sign “Visa on Arrival”. They are big and clear so you will definitely not miss them.

In the Visa on Arrival area, there will be dedicated lanes for E-VOA holders.

Before arriving at this section, you must approach the Disease Control Officers at the quarantine office and present your Thailand Health Certificate (T.8 Form), along with other additional documents that will depend on your nationality.

COVID-19 requirements or restrictions

Testing

  • COVID test prior to arrival: PCR within 72 hours before departure for unvaccinated travelers
  • COVID test exemptions: Fully vaccinated travelers.

Vaccine

Full vaccination is not mandatory to enter Thailand, however, if you display your COVID vaccine passport or vaccination certificate, you won't need to present a negative PCR test nor to follow a quarantine.

Accepted vaccines are Sinovac, AstraZeneca, Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson, Moderna, Sinopharm, and Sputnik V.

You are considered vaccinated if all doses of a vaccine against SARS-Cov-2 have been administered at least two weeks before traveling.

Quarantine

Option 1 - exemptions from quarantine for unvaccinated travelers:

  • Travelers with a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours before departure.
  • Travelers must have proof of insurance with at least 10,000 USD coverage for medical treatments in Thailand (for non-Thais only.)

Option 2 - for unvaccinated travelers who cannot undergo an RT-PCR test result within 72 hours before traveling:

  • Alternative Quarantine (AQ) hotel confirmation for 5 days (including 1 RT-PCR test.)
  • Travelers must have proof of insurance with at least 10,000 USD coverage for medical treatments in Thailand (for non-Thais only.)
  • Take a PCR test on days 4 - 5 in Thailand during the mandatory 5-day quarantine at AQ hotel.

NOTE: Fully vaccinated travelers are exempted from quarantine requirements. Here you can check the Approved List of AQ Hotel.

Health insurance

Foreign nationals are also required to provide proof of health insurance that shows a minimum medical coverage of 100,000 USD. It must be valid in Thailand and cover issues related to COVID-19.

Health Form

Travelers must process a Thailand Health Declaration form, or T.8 Form, in order to enter Thailand. It is mandatory for all travelers regardless of nationality.

This document is also processed fully online and can be added to the application of your VOA with iVisa.com. You won’t need to step into a Royal Thai embassy to get it.

Applying with iVisa.com

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.

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
  • Passport with at least 1-month validity (Indian passport holders: validity must be at least 6 months)

  • A digital photo of you taken in the last 3 months.

  • Your travel dates

  • Airline Confirmation

  • Accommodation Details

  • Credit/debit card or PayPal account for payment

We will provide your pre-registration document for your Thailand Visa On Arrival as well as your T.8 Form, if you chose to add this to your order. Upon arrival you will need to present the following to receive your actual Thailand Visa:

  • Printed pre-registration document we provide (black and white is sufficient).

  • Passport with at least one blank page for stamping by the Thai Immigration Officer.

  • QR Code we provide (T8 Form)

Important Instructions
  • Applicants must be citizens of the list of 18 countries: Bhutan, Bulgaria, China, Cyprus, Ethiopia, Fiji, Georgia, India, Kazakhstan, Malta, Mexico, Nauru, Papua New Guinea, Romania, Saudi Arabia, Taiwan, Uzbekistan, Vanuatu that are eligible for the Visa on Arrival.

  • A proof of accommodation is required to obtain the travel document. 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.

  • The Visa on Arrival 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

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Remember that the customer service team at iVisa.com is here 24/7 to answer any questions you may have about our service.

Yes, Thailand has been taking steps to restore travel within its borders. In order to enter Thailand, you’ll need to display your COVID vaccine passport or vaccination certificate.

Accepted vaccines are Sinovac, AstraZeneca, Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson, Moderna, Sinopharm and Sputnik V.

You are considered vaccinated if all doses of a vaccine against SARS-Cov-2 have been administered at least two weeks before traveling.

  • COVID test prior to arrival: PCR within 72 hours
  • COVID test after arrival: All travelers will be PCR tested on arrival.
  • COVID test in quarantine: Fully vaccinated travelers will be PCR tested on day 6/7 and unvaccinated travelers will be PCR tested on day 8/9.
  • Quarantine requirements for fully vaccinated travelers: 7 days in pre-booked hotel (AQ/OQ/AHQ/SQ).

  • Quarantine testing for fully vaccinated travelers: PCR test on arrival and on day 6/7.

  • Quarantine requirements for unvaccinated travelers: 10 days in pre-booked hotel (AQ/OQ/AHQ/SQ) for air/sea arrivals and 14 days in pre-booked hotel (AQ/OQ/AHQ/SQ) for land arrivals.

  • Quarantine testing for unvaccinated travelers: PCR test on arrival and on day 8/9.

  • **Sandbox programme nationalities: Only Phuket Sandbox applications are open.

    • Quarantine requirements for Sandbox programme travelers: 7 days in pre-booked hotel.
    • Quarantine testing for Sandbox programme travelers: PCR test on arrival and on day 6/7.

Get started on your trip to Thailand by applying now for a Thailand Visa on Arrival and T.8 Form.

Visa on Arrival (VOA) is a program where citizens from 18 countries can obtain their visas at the immigration checkpoint once they enter Thailand.

Please note that we DO NOT issue the actual visas. It's a pre-registration service provided to certain nationalities, entering Thailand via Suvarnabhumi Airport, Don Mueang Airport, Phuket Airport or Chiang Mai Airport.

The Thailand Health Declaration, also known as T.8 Form, is currently required to visit Thailand in addition to the Visa on Arrival. If you’re ready to get started on your journey to Thailand, apply now for a Thailand Visa on Arrival and T.8 Form.

The Thailand Visa on Arrival government fee costs 2,000 THB. This fee must be paid in cash (in Thai currency) when you arrive in Thailand. The T8 Form is free of government fees.

To obtain the Thailand VOA & T8 Form, iVisa.com charges a USD 45.00 standard service fee for the pre-registration service. For rush processing and super rush processing the service fee is USD 60.00 and USD 80.00, respectively.

It depends on the method of processing time you chose. We offer three options:

  • Standard Processing Time: 6 days
  • Rush Processing: 4 days
  • Super Rush Processing: 2 days

Apply for your Thailand VOA and T.8 Form today.

The Thailand e-Visa on Arrival is valid for 90 days after arrival. The 15 day time period begins on the date the visa is obtained in Thailand, NOT when this pre-registration is completed. It is a Single Entry visa.

Apply for your Thailand VOA today with iVisa.com.

We require the following to submit your application:

  • Passport with at least 1-month validity (Indian passport holders: validity must be at least 6 months)

  • A digital photo of you taken in the last 3 months.

  • Your travel dates

  • Airline Confirmation

  • Accommodation Details

  • Credit/debit card for payment

Get started on your Thailand VOA application today.

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Our service does NOT provide an actual visa. We will provide you with a pre-registration document. Upon arrival, you will need to present this letter and your passport at the immigration area and enter the corresponding E-Visa on Arrival (E-VOA) lane to receive your actual Visa.

Apply for your VOA today.

  1. Once you arrive at the airport, follow the signs leading to Immigration.

  2. On the way to Immigration, you will see a sign “Visa on Arrival”. They are big and clear so you will definitely not miss them.

  3. In the Visa on Arrival area, there will be dedicated lanes for E-VOA holders.

Before arriving at this section, you must approach the Disease Control Officers at the quarantine office and present your Thailand Health Certificate (T.8 Form), along with other additional documents that will depend on your nationality.

Apply for your Thailand VOA and T.8 Form today, with iVisa.com.

The maximum stay allowed is 60 days Per Entry. If you plan to extend your visit for a longer period, we recommend you to contact the nearest Embassy.

Apply for your Thailand VOA today.

In case you have to apply for both documents, the Visa On Arrival (VOA) and the Health Certificate (T.8 Form), your passport must have a 6-month validity from the arrival date in Thailand and have at least one blank page for the visa stamp.

Some nationalities do not require a visa to visit Thailand. If this is your case, you only need to apply for the Thailand Health Declaration (T.8 Form.)

Apply today for your Thailand VOA and T.8 form.

The following documents must be presented upon arrival at the airport in Thailand to get the visa issued:

  • Passport with at least one blank page
  • VOA pre-registration form (provided by iVisa.com)
  • Cash for each traveler in your group (THB 2,000 in Thai currency) for the visa stamping fee upon arrival.
  • QR Code of the T.8 Form (provided by us)
  • A negative COVID-19 test (RT-PCR test) issued by a health authority within 72 hours before departure
  • Health insurance/health insurance policy that shows a minimum medical coverage of 100,000 USD in Thailand and covers issues related to COVID-19

Apply today for your Thailand VOA and T.8 form.

This pre-registration service is only available for travelers entering via Suvarnabhumi Airport, Don Mueang Airport, Phuket Airport, and Chiang Mai Airport.

For travelers flying into another airport, you will have to obtain your VOA at that airport upon arrival. However, the Thailand Health Certificate (T.8 Form) can be presented at any international airport in Thailand.

Apply now for a Thailand Visa on Arrival and T.8 Form.

Yes, the Thailand Health Declaration Form is usually available for free at the airport. However, we highly recommend that you fill out the form beforehand with iVisa.com to avoid any unnecessary delays in your travels. By having the form ready to display to airport officials, you can save time on your journey at immigration checkpoints. In addition, we allow you to fill out the form in your own language and provide a final round of review by our team of experts to reduce the chance that your form contains any errors.

The following is a list of countries eligible for the Visa on Arrival pre-registration service: Bhutan, Bulgaria, China, Cyprus, Ethiopia, Fiji, Georgia, India, Kazakhstan, Malta, Mexico, Nauru, Papua New Guinea, Romania, Saudi Arabia, Taiwan, Uzbekistan or Vanuatu.

However, the Thailand Health Certificate (T.8 Form) is aimed and required for all nationalities, without exception. Please remember that for now, the VOA and Health Certificate are required documents to enter this country.

Apply today for a Thailand Visa on Arrival and T.8 Form with iVisa.com.

Yellow Fever vaccine is required if traveling from a country with risk of yellow fever transmission. Get more information in the following link: https://www.who.int/ith/ITH_Annex_I.pdf

Get started on your trip to Thailand by applying now for a Thailand Visa on Arrival and T.8 Form.

People who travel to see Asia cannot stay away from Thailand. It is a frequent destination where you can have a lot of fun. You must know some stories about Bangkok, don’t you? The place that never sleeps and where parties are 24/7. That may not be entirely true, but if you do find yourself in Bangkok, you will have the feeling that the party never stops. Even so, Thailand is so much more than its capital city. In fact, one of the best places you experience in Thailand is the one that no one ever visits. That is its countryside. People rarely go there, and that is the beauty of the rural areas. Even if Thailand does not require much research in terms of restrictions, there are some things that you should probably know before going there. The first one is that animal tourism is a thing there, but you should stay away from it. I know that it may sound cute, and the photos of you taking a picture with a tiger or on the back of an elephant will get tons of likes and comments, but it is not worth it. Those animals are usually abused, and nobody wants to be a part of animal cruelty. The whole point is to persuade fewer and fewer people to do it, and at one point in the future, those who offer those animals as ‘attractions’ will go out of business. You should advocate for that. Speaking of animals, you will see a lot of stray dogs in Thailand. That is another thing that may put you off if you love animals, especially dogs. You should know that people take care of as many as they can by providing food and water, but many of them are hungry. You should stay away as much as possible from them, even if you feel pity. Remember that you had nothing to do with it and move forward. Do not let anyone else’s issues affect your vacation. Lastly, you should never feed the monkeys you will find on beaches. And you will encounter a lot of them. The problem with feeding the monkeys is that they become dependent on people to feed them, and they will do poorly in the wild after. Plus, they can do some damage by stealing purses, bags, and even clothes. And all that just to get some food. That is not their fault. It people’s fault for encouraging that kind of behavior thinking that they are cute little robbers. Leaving animals aside, you should probably know that Thai food in is a whole lot different than in the western countries. You probably are familiar with the popular Thai dish Pad Thai, right? It is found in every Thai restaurant around the world. Do you know who does not appreciate it as much? The Thai people. It is more of a snack for them rather than a signature dish. The real Thai food is a lot better. The spices seem to be different, and those noodles have a better texture. You cannot leave Thailand until you explored all of its cuisines. As for communication, it is relatively easy to get around in Thailand. A lot of people speak English, and even if they do not speak it, they understand. You must realize that tourism is a big part of Thailand’s economy, with millions of people going there every single year. It is only natural that locals know English. A piece of truth that many people do not want to hear is the fact that most popular locations in Thailand are often the worst to be in. Of course, it depends on what you are looking for in Thailand. If you want the busy life and the party, then Bangkok will suit you. However, if you want some peace and quiet, you need to search them someplace else. Popular locations are full all day long, and you will be the needle in the haystack. Nobody will ever find you. Go to an isolated beach or in the countryside. You will find a lot of good food, good people, and good music. Plus, the nights are silent, and you can see the stars. As for culture, very few people go to Thailand for the ruins. Even so, there are some that you may enjoy. They are not as spectacular as the Angkor Wat in Cambodia, but you take what you can get. However, Thai people have their own traditions that you must respect. There are not many rules for tourists, but you should probably follow the ones that do exist. For example, it is unacceptable to point your feet up or at someone. You will see tourists with their feet up on a tuk-tuk, but locals look at them with disgust. That is because in Thai culture, the feet are the most unclean part of the body, while the head is the cleanest. So, unless you are in a hammock at the beach, there is no excuse for you not to keep your feet down. It is as simple as that. Thailand may not have many restrictions, but the one golden rule that you should always follow is to not buy illegal drugs. People think that just because Thailand is lenient when it comes to anything else, they can do whatever they want. They could not be more wrong. Thailand has one of the most severe drug laws in the world, and you will go to jail if you are caught with drugs on you. And don’t you think you will not be searched. Police are allowed to do random searches on the street. They will check your body, cavities, and your luggage. You should not take such risks and stick to the alcohol. There is plenty. There are a lot of other things that could be said about Thailand. However, the tips above should help you have a clearer picture of the country. One thing is sure, though. If you do have the chance of traveling to Thailand, you should not hesitate. It is an amazing country that is worth your while.

Get started on your trip to Thailand by applying now for a Thailand VOA and T.8 Form with iVisa.com.

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