THAILAND

All Countries

 
  • Visa On Arrival
      • Visa Application Form (Required)

      • Photograph (Required)

        • One recent colour photograph size (4 x 6 cm)

      • Passport (Required)

        • Original current Passport

          Ensure the passport has atleast one blank page (on both sides) & passport should valid  for atleast 6 months

      • Financial Evidence (Required)

        • Present evidence of adequate finance, not less than 10,000 Baht (250US$) per person and 20,000 Baht (500US$) per family (eg: Cash or Traveller's Cheque)

      • Air Ticket (Required)

        • Confirmed Airline ticket copy clearly mentioning departure date 

    • Visa Fee: ฿ 1000


      Visa Issued at the Thai Immigration Counter

      Validity from Travel Date: 30 Days (if entering by air), 15 Days (if entering by land borders)

      Entry Type:  Single

      • Citizens of India can obtain a visa to Thailand depending on the purpose of visit to that country. We have listed common short term visa categories available that you can seek based on the nature of your visit:

        1. Tourist (Visa on Arrival): This is one of the most common visa types available to Indian citizens who travel to Thailand. These visas are directly issued at the point of entry in Thailand. 

        2. Tourist Visa: Single or Multiple entry options to Thailand are available for tourism or medical treatment purposes. It can be applied through the Thai Embassy or Consulates in India. 

        This type of visa generally allows for a longer period of stay (upto 60 days) than the Visa on Arrival option for each visit. The single entry visa is valid for a period of 3 months and multiple entry visa for a period of 6 months from the date of issue. 

        3. Business Visa: This type of visa can be used to enter Thailand for purposes like conducting business, business meeting or training.

        4. Transit Visa: Transit visas are applicable for:

           ·  Transiting via Thailand in order to travel to another destination country or to re-enter the home country

           ·  Participating in sports activities (sportsmen, sportswomen, etc.

           ·  Individuals in charge or crew of a conveyance coming to a port, station or area in Thailand 

        Tourist Visa On Arrival

        The Visa on Arrival allows passport holders to enter Thailand for a period of 30 days if you arrive by air and 15 days if travelling via land borders.

        This visa can be directly obtained at the port of entry in Thailand. The most common entry points from India are the  Suvarnabhumi or Don Muang airports in Bangkok. However, Thailand's Immigration Checkpoints provides facilities for issuance of Visa on Arrival at many airports across the country.  A full list of the airports providing such facility is listed here

        On arrival, you will need an Arrival card which is usually provided during your flight and is also available at the airport counters. You will also need to fill up a Visa on Arrival form, a copy of this form is available in our Document Checklist section, which also provides a list of supporting documentation to carry with you.

        Airports have clearly designated Visa on Arrival counters where you can proceed to with all your documentation. Do note that a fee of 1000 THB is required to be paid. If you require Thai currency, there are 24 hour money changers near the Visa on Arrival counters to convert your foreign exchange to Thai Baht. A photo booth is also available incase you need to click a photograph for your application.

        The staff at the counter will run a preliminary check and if documentation is in order, will give you a paper token with a number which you can use to wait at the relevant Immigration Counter.  After a couple of minutes, you will be called by your token number where the visa fee receipt will be returned. A blank visa stamp is affixed on the passport here. Once you are done, the immigration process will begin at the Immigration Section that takes another few minutes.  At the immigration counter, photo of the passenger is taken with a digital camera and stamping on the passport is completed by immigration officers. You can then proceed to collect your luggage.

        Application Guide:

        For all other Visa Types, apart from Visa on Arrival, need to be secured in advance through the Thai missions located in the country.

        Collect all documents as provided in the Document Checklist section for the relevant visa you wish to apply for. VFS operates Thailand Visa Application Centres on behalf of the Thai Embassy in India. 

        Thailand Visa Application Centre, New Delhi

        Thailand Visa Application Centre, Chennai

        Thailand Visa Application Centre, Kolkata

         

        You can submit your visa application through a travel agent or representative if you’re not based in the cities listed above.

        At the Visa Application Centre you will be provided with a token number. Once your token number is announced, you can proceed to the designated counter with the documentation. If your Visa Application form is incomplete or any document is missing, you will be requested to complete the same and then collect a fresh token to re-submit your application.

        You are then required to pay the applicable Visa Fee and Service Charges at the cashier counter. You have an option to collect your passport via courier for extra charges. Details of the charges are available on the Visa Application Centre links cited above.

        After having made the payment, do not forget to collect the acknowledgement receipt which you will need to provide at the time of collecting the visa.

        Post Submission:

        Now that you are done with submitting the visa application, you can always track your application through the ‘Track Your Application’ page available at the relevant Visa Application Centre websites.

        For in person collection, you will need to carry your ID and acknowledgment receipt in order to receive the token number and get your passport.

         

        The processing time for Thai Visa is usually is 3 working days excluding the date of submission, Saturday, Sundays and Public Holidays

    • Royal Thai Embassy

      D1/3 Vasant Vihar
      New Delhi  110057
      India

        +91 (11) 4977 4100

        +91 (11) 4977 4199

        consular.del@gmail.com

        http://newdelhi.thaiembassy.org/en

      Operating Hours

      Social Media Channels

      Royal Thai Consulate General

      18-B, Mandeville Gardens, Ballygunge
      Kolkata  700019
      West Bengal
      India

        +91 (33) 2440 3229 31

        +91 (33) 2440 6251

        thaiccu@mfa.go.th

        http://www.thaiembassy.org/kolkata/en/

      Operating Hours


      Royal Thai Consulate General

      No.3, First Main Road, Vidyodaya Colony, T. Nagar
      Chennai  600017
      Tamil Nadu
      India

        +91 (44) 4230 0730

        +91 (44) 4202 0900

        thaicnn@mfa.go.th

        http://www.thaiembassy.org/chennai/en/home

      Operating Hours


      Royal Thai Consulate General

      12th floor, Express Towers, Barrister Rajni Patel Marg, Nariman Point
      Mumbai  400021
      Maharashtra
      India

        +91 (22) 2282 3535

        +91 (22) 2282 1525

        thaimub@mfa.go.th

        http://www.thaiembassy.org/mumbai/en/home

      Operating Hours


      • Do I need to a visa to visit Thailand?

      • Do I need to produce a return ticket when entering Thailand?

      • What is the difference between visa validity from issue date and the maximum allowed stay in Thailand?

      • What is the different between Tourist visa single entry and multiple entries?

  • Visa Required
      • Visa Application Form (Required)

      • Passport (Required)

        • Current passport with validity of atleast 6 months with 2 opposite blank pages

      • Checklist (Required)

      • Photograph (Required)

        • Two recent colour photographs, size 3.5 x 4.5 cm with white background (not older than 3 months)

      • Company Letter (Required)

        • Provide Invitation Letter from the your employer or company providing reason, intended travel dates & expenses to be borne clearly mentioning the name of the counterpart Thai company on the letter

      • Travel Itinerary (Required)

        • Confirmed tickets in and out of Thailand for single entry and confirmed inbound ticket for multiple entries

      • Accomodation Evidence (Required)

        • Confirmed hotel/accommodation reservation in Thailand under passenger’s name

      • Invitation Letter (Required)

        • Original invitation letter from company in Thailand (must be typed in company’s letter head and signed by authorized person)

      • Business Proof (Optional)

        • Incase of Multiple entry visas,

          (1) Proof of membership in an Indian trade organization/ association

          (2) Proof of regular business dealing with the said Thai company (business correspondence)

      • Business Records (Optional)

        • Business Documents from Thai company (counterpart)

          (1) Certificate of business registration and business license issued no more than 6 months with list of shareholders

          (2) Statement of Income Tax and Business Tax (Por Ngor Dor 50 and Por Ngor Dor 30) from past year

          (3) Balance sheet from past year

          (4) Company profile/ details of business operation

    • Visa Fee: ₹ 4000Processing Time: 3 working days


      Visa Fees depend on the application type:

      • INR 4000 for Single Entry
      • INR 10000 for Multiple Entry (6 months/ 1 Year)
      • INR 20000 for Multiple Entry (3 years)

      Additional charges apply based on Visa Application Centre

      Visa Validity from Issue Date: 

      • Single Entry : 3 Months 
      • Multiple Entry: 6 months or 1 Year

      Visa Validity from Travel Date90 Days

      Entry Type:  Single or Multiple

      • Citizens of India can obtain a visa to Thailand depending on the purpose of visit to that country. We have listed common short term visa categories available that you can seek based on the nature of your visit:

        1. Tourist (Visa on Arrival): This is one of the most common visa types available to Indian citizens who travel to Thailand. These visas are directly issued at the point of entry in Thailand. 

        2. Tourist Visa: Single or Multiple entry options to Thailand are available for tourism or medical treatment purposes. It can be applied through the Thai Embassy or Consulates in India. 

        This type of visa generally allows for a longer period of stay (upto 60 days) than the Visa on Arrival option for each visit. The single entry visa is valid for a period of 3 months and multiple entry visa for a period of 6 months from the date of issue. 

        3. Business Visa: This type of visa can be used to enter Thailand for purposes like conducting business, business meeting or training.

        4. Transit Visa: Transit visas are applicable for:

           ·  Transiting via Thailand in order to travel to another destination country or to re-enter the home country

           ·  Participating in sports activities (sportsmen, sportswomen, etc.

           ·  Individuals in charge or crew of a conveyance coming to a port, station or area in Thailand 

        Tourist Visa On Arrival

        The Visa on Arrival allows passport holders to enter Thailand for a period of 30 days if you arrive by air and 15 days if travelling via land borders.

        This visa can be directly obtained at the port of entry in Thailand. The most common entry points from India are the  Suvarnabhumi or Don Muang airports in Bangkok. However, Thailand's Immigration Checkpoints provides facilities for issuance of Visa on Arrival at many airports across the country.  A full list of the airports providing such facility is listed here

        On arrival, you will need an Arrival card which is usually provided during your flight and is also available at the airport counters. You will also need to fill up a Visa on Arrival form, a copy of this form is available in our Document Checklist section, which also provides a list of supporting documentation to carry with you.

        Airports have clearly designated Visa on Arrival counters where you can proceed to with all your documentation. Do note that a fee of 1000 THB is required to be paid. If you require Thai currency, there are 24 hour money changers near the Visa on Arrival counters to convert your foreign exchange to Thai Baht. A photo booth is also available incase you need to click a photograph for your application.

        The staff at the counter will run a preliminary check and if documentation is in order, will give you a paper token with a number which you can use to wait at the relevant Immigration Counter.  After a couple of minutes, you will be called by your token number where the visa fee receipt will be returned. A blank visa stamp is affixed on the passport here. Once you are done, the immigration process will begin at the Immigration Section that takes another few minutes.  At the immigration counter, photo of the passenger is taken with a digital camera and stamping on the passport is completed by immigration officers. You can then proceed to collect your luggage.

        Application Guide:

        For all other Visa Types, apart from Visa on Arrival, need to be secured in advance through the Thai missions located in the country.

        Collect all documents as provided in the Document Checklist section for the relevant visa you wish to apply for. VFS operates Thailand Visa Application Centres on behalf of the Thai Embassy in India. 

        Thailand Visa Application Centre, New Delhi

        Thailand Visa Application Centre, Chennai

        Thailand Visa Application Centre, Kolkata

         

        You can submit your visa application through a travel agent or representative if you’re not based in the cities listed above.

        At the Visa Application Centre you will be provided with a token number. Once your token number is announced, you can proceed to the designated counter with the documentation. If your Visa Application form is incomplete or any document is missing, you will be requested to complete the same and then collect a fresh token to re-submit your application.

        You are then required to pay the applicable Visa Fee and Service Charges at the cashier counter. You have an option to collect your passport via courier for extra charges. Details of the charges are available on the Visa Application Centre links cited above.

        After having made the payment, do not forget to collect the acknowledgement receipt which you will need to provide at the time of collecting the visa.

        Post Submission:

        Now that you are done with submitting the visa application, you can always track your application through the ‘Track Your Application’ page available at the relevant Visa Application Centre websites.

        For in person collection, you will need to carry your ID and acknowledgment receipt in order to receive the token number and get your passport.

         

        The processing time for Thai Visa is usually is 3 working days excluding the date of submission, Saturday, Sundays and Public Holidays

    • Royal Thai Embassy

      D1/3 Vasant Vihar
      New Delhi  110057
      India

        +91 (11) 4977 4100

        +91 (11) 4977 4199

        consular.del@gmail.com

        http://newdelhi.thaiembassy.org/en

      Operating Hours

      Social Media Channels

      Royal Thai Consulate General

      18-B, Mandeville Gardens, Ballygunge
      Kolkata  700019
      West Bengal
      India

        +91 (33) 2440 3229 31

        +91 (33) 2440 6251

        thaiccu@mfa.go.th

        http://www.thaiembassy.org/kolkata/en/

      Operating Hours


      Royal Thai Consulate General

      No.3, First Main Road, Vidyodaya Colony, T. Nagar
      Chennai  600017
      Tamil Nadu
      India

        +91 (44) 4230 0730

        +91 (44) 4202 0900

        thaicnn@mfa.go.th

        http://www.thaiembassy.org/chennai/en/home

      Operating Hours


      Royal Thai Consulate General

      12th floor, Express Towers, Barrister Rajni Patel Marg, Nariman Point
      Mumbai  400021
      Maharashtra
      India

        +91 (22) 2282 3535

        +91 (22) 2282 1525

        thaimub@mfa.go.th

        http://www.thaiembassy.org/mumbai/en/home

      Operating Hours


      • Do I need to a visa to visit Thailand?

      • Do I need to produce a return ticket when entering Thailand?

      • What is the difference between visa validity from issue date and the maximum allowed stay in Thailand?

      • What is the different between Tourist visa single entry and multiple entries?

  • Visa Required
      • Visa Application Form (Required)

      • Checklist (Required)

      • Passport (Required)

        • Current passport with validity of atleast 6 months with 2 opposite blank pages

      • Photograph (Required)

        • Two recent colour photographs, size 3.5 x 4.5 cm with white background (not older than 3 months)

      • Air Ticket (Required)

        • Confirmed tickets in and out of Thailand

      • Accomodation Evidence (Required)

        • Confirmed hotel/accommodation reservation in Thailand under passenger’s name

          If intend to stay with relatives or friends, must provide invitation letter along with copy of their ID/ passport and in case they are not Thai, must provide their work permit, valid at least six months.

      • Financial Records (Required)

        • Evidence of adequate finance (any one of the below):

          (1) Bank statement from previous month

          (2) Copy of credit card with applicant’s name visibly seen and credit card statement from last month

          (3) Endorsement of $700 per person under applicant’s name and in original

    • Visa Fee: ₹ 1600Processing Time: 3 working days


      Additional charges apply based on Visa Application Centre

      Visa Validity from Issue Date: 3 months

      Visa Validity from Travel Date: 60 Days

      Entry Type:  Single

       

      • Citizens of India can obtain a visa to Thailand depending on the purpose of visit to that country. We have listed common short term visa categories available that you can seek based on the nature of your visit:

        1. Tourist (Visa on Arrival): This is one of the most common visa types available to Indian citizens who travel to Thailand. These visas are directly issued at the point of entry in Thailand. 

        2. Tourist Visa: Single or Multiple entry options to Thailand are available for tourism or medical treatment purposes. It can be applied through the Thai Embassy or Consulates in India. 

        This type of visa generally allows for a longer period of stay (upto 60 days) than the Visa on Arrival option for each visit. The single entry visa is valid for a period of 3 months and multiple entry visa for a period of 6 months from the date of issue. 

        3. Business Visa: This type of visa can be used to enter Thailand for purposes like conducting business, business meeting or training.

        4. Transit Visa: Transit visas are applicable for:

           ·  Transiting via Thailand in order to travel to another destination country or to re-enter the home country

           ·  Participating in sports activities (sportsmen, sportswomen, etc.

           ·  Individuals in charge or crew of a conveyance coming to a port, station or area in Thailand 

        Tourist Visa On Arrival

        The Visa on Arrival allows passport holders to enter Thailand for a period of 30 days if you arrive by air and 15 days if travelling via land borders.

        This visa can be directly obtained at the port of entry in Thailand. The most common entry points from India are the  Suvarnabhumi or Don Muang airports in Bangkok. However, Thailand's Immigration Checkpoints provides facilities for issuance of Visa on Arrival at many airports across the country.  A full list of the airports providing such facility is listed here

        On arrival, you will need an Arrival card which is usually provided during your flight and is also available at the airport counters. You will also need to fill up a Visa on Arrival form, a copy of this form is available in our Document Checklist section, which also provides a list of supporting documentation to carry with you.

        Airports have clearly designated Visa on Arrival counters where you can proceed to with all your documentation. Do note that a fee of 1000 THB is required to be paid. If you require Thai currency, there are 24 hour money changers near the Visa on Arrival counters to convert your foreign exchange to Thai Baht. A photo booth is also available incase you need to click a photograph for your application.

        The staff at the counter will run a preliminary check and if documentation is in order, will give you a paper token with a number which you can use to wait at the relevant Immigration Counter.  After a couple of minutes, you will be called by your token number where the visa fee receipt will be returned. A blank visa stamp is affixed on the passport here. Once you are done, the immigration process will begin at the Immigration Section that takes another few minutes.  At the immigration counter, photo of the passenger is taken with a digital camera and stamping on the passport is completed by immigration officers. You can then proceed to collect your luggage.

        Application Guide:

        For all other Visa Types, apart from Visa on Arrival, need to be secured in advance through the Thai missions located in the country.

        Collect all documents as provided in the Document Checklist section for the relevant visa you wish to apply for. VFS operates Thailand Visa Application Centres on behalf of the Thai Embassy in India. 

        Thailand Visa Application Centre, New Delhi

        Thailand Visa Application Centre, Chennai

        Thailand Visa Application Centre, Kolkata

         

        You can submit your visa application through a travel agent or representative if you’re not based in the cities listed above.

        At the Visa Application Centre you will be provided with a token number. Once your token number is announced, you can proceed to the designated counter with the documentation. If your Visa Application form is incomplete or any document is missing, you will be requested to complete the same and then collect a fresh token to re-submit your application.

        You are then required to pay the applicable Visa Fee and Service Charges at the cashier counter. You have an option to collect your passport via courier for extra charges. Details of the charges are available on the Visa Application Centre links cited above.

        After having made the payment, do not forget to collect the acknowledgement receipt which you will need to provide at the time of collecting the visa.

        Post Submission:

        Now that you are done with submitting the visa application, you can always track your application through the ‘Track Your Application’ page available at the relevant Visa Application Centre websites.

        For in person collection, you will need to carry your ID and acknowledgment receipt in order to receive the token number and get your passport.

         

        The processing time for Thai Visa is usually is 3 working days excluding the date of submission, Saturday, Sundays and Public Holidays

    • Royal Thai Embassy

      D1/3 Vasant Vihar
      New Delhi  110057
      India

        +91 (11) 4977 4100

        +91 (11) 4977 4199

        consular.del@gmail.com

        http://newdelhi.thaiembassy.org/en

      Operating Hours

      Social Media Channels

      Royal Thai Consulate General

      18-B, Mandeville Gardens, Ballygunge
      Kolkata  700019
      West Bengal
      India

        +91 (33) 2440 3229 31

        +91 (33) 2440 6251

        thaiccu@mfa.go.th

        http://www.thaiembassy.org/kolkata/en/

      Operating Hours


      Royal Thai Consulate General

      No.3, First Main Road, Vidyodaya Colony, T. Nagar
      Chennai  600017
      Tamil Nadu
      India

        +91 (44) 4230 0730

        +91 (44) 4202 0900

        thaicnn@mfa.go.th

        http://www.thaiembassy.org/chennai/en/home

      Operating Hours


      Royal Thai Consulate General

      12th floor, Express Towers, Barrister Rajni Patel Marg, Nariman Point
      Mumbai  400021
      Maharashtra
      India

        +91 (22) 2282 3535

        +91 (22) 2282 1525

        thaimub@mfa.go.th

        http://www.thaiembassy.org/mumbai/en/home

      Operating Hours


      • Do I need to a visa to visit Thailand?

      • Do I need to produce a return ticket when entering Thailand?

      • What is the difference between visa validity from issue date and the maximum allowed stay in Thailand?

      • What is the different between Tourist visa single entry and multiple entries?

  • Visa Required
      • Visa Application Form (Required)

      • Checklist (Required)

      • Passport (Required)

        • Current passport with validity of atleast 6 months with 2 opposite blank pages

      • Photograph (Required)

        • Two recent colour photographs, size 3.5 x 4.5 cm with white background (not older than 3 months)

      • Air Ticket (Required)

        • Confirmed tickets in and out of Thailand

      • Accomodation Evidence (Required)

        • Confirmed hotel/accommodation reservation in Thailand under passenger’s name. If intend to stay with relatives or friends, must provide invitation letter along with copy of their ID/ passport and in case they are not Thai, must provide their work permit, valid at least six months.

      • Financial Records (Required)

        • Evidence of adequate finance (any one of the below):

          (1) Bank statement from previous month

          (2) Copy of credit card with applicant’s name visibly seen and credit card statement from last month

          (3) Endorsement of $700 per person under applicant’s name and in original

    • Visa Fee: ₹ 0Processing Time: 3 working days


      Additional charges apply based on Visa Application Centre

      Visa Validity from Issue Date: 3 months

      Visa Validity from Travel Date: 60 Days

      Entry Type:  Single

      • Citizens of India can obtain a visa to Thailand depending on the purpose of visit to that country. We have listed common short term visa categories available that you can seek based on the nature of your visit:

        1. Tourist (Visa on Arrival): This is one of the most common visa types available to Indian citizens who travel to Thailand. These visas are directly issued at the point of entry in Thailand. 

        2. Tourist Visa: Single or Multiple entry options to Thailand are available for tourism or medical treatment purposes. It can be applied through the Thai Embassy or Consulates in India. 

        This type of visa generally allows for a longer period of stay (upto 60 days) than the Visa on Arrival option for each visit. The single entry visa is valid for a period of 3 months and multiple entry visa for a period of 6 months from the date of issue. 

        3. Business Visa: This type of visa can be used to enter Thailand for purposes like conducting business, business meeting or training.

        4. Transit Visa: Transit visas are applicable for:

           ·  Transiting via Thailand in order to travel to another destination country or to re-enter the home country

           ·  Participating in sports activities (sportsmen, sportswomen, etc.

           ·  Individuals in charge or crew of a conveyance coming to a port, station or area in Thailand 

        Tourist Visa On Arrival

        The Visa on Arrival allows passport holders to enter Thailand for a period of 30 days if you arrive by air and 15 days if travelling via land borders.

        This visa can be directly obtained at the port of entry in Thailand. The most common entry points from India are the  Suvarnabhumi or Don Muang airports in Bangkok. However, Thailand's Immigration Checkpoints provides facilities for issuance of Visa on Arrival at many airports across the country.  A full list of the airports providing such facility is listed here

        On arrival, you will need an Arrival card which is usually provided during your flight and is also available at the airport counters. You will also need to fill up a Visa on Arrival form, a copy of this form is available in our Document Checklist section, which also provides a list of supporting documentation to carry with you.

        Airports have clearly designated Visa on Arrival counters where you can proceed to with all your documentation. Do note that a fee of 1000 THB is required to be paid. If you require Thai currency, there are 24 hour money changers near the Visa on Arrival counters to convert your foreign exchange to Thai Baht. A photo booth is also available incase you need to click a photograph for your application.

        The staff at the counter will run a preliminary check and if documentation is in order, will give you a paper token with a number which you can use to wait at the relevant Immigration Counter.  After a couple of minutes, you will be called by your token number where the visa fee receipt will be returned. A blank visa stamp is affixed on the passport here. Once you are done, the immigration process will begin at the Immigration Section that takes another few minutes.  At the immigration counter, photo of the passenger is taken with a digital camera and stamping on the passport is completed by immigration officers. You can then proceed to collect your luggage.

        Application Guide:

        For all other Visa Types, apart from Visa on Arrival, need to be secured in advance through the Thai missions located in the country.

        Collect all documents as provided in the Document Checklist section for the relevant visa you wish to apply for. VFS operates Thailand Visa Application Centres on behalf of the Thai Embassy in India. 

        Thailand Visa Application Centre, New Delhi

        Thailand Visa Application Centre, Chennai

        Thailand Visa Application Centre, Kolkata

         

        You can submit your visa application through a travel agent or representative if you’re not based in the cities listed above.

        At the Visa Application Centre you will be provided with a token number. Once your token number is announced, you can proceed to the designated counter with the documentation. If your Visa Application form is incomplete or any document is missing, you will be requested to complete the same and then collect a fresh token to re-submit your application.

        You are then required to pay the applicable Visa Fee and Service Charges at the cashier counter. You have an option to collect your passport via courier for extra charges. Details of the charges are available on the Visa Application Centre links cited above.

        After having made the payment, do not forget to collect the acknowledgement receipt which you will need to provide at the time of collecting the visa.

        Post Submission:

        Now that you are done with submitting the visa application, you can always track your application through the ‘Track Your Application’ page available at the relevant Visa Application Centre websites.

        For in person collection, you will need to carry your ID and acknowledgment receipt in order to receive the token number and get your passport.

         

        The processing time for Thai Visa is usually is 3 working days excluding the date of submission, Saturday, Sundays and Public Holidays

    • Royal Thai Embassy

      D1/3 Vasant Vihar
      New Delhi  110057
      India

        +91 (11) 4977 4100

        +91 (11) 4977 4199

        consular.del@gmail.com

        http://newdelhi.thaiembassy.org/en

      Operating Hours

      Social Media Channels

      Royal Thai Consulate General

      18-B, Mandeville Gardens, Ballygunge
      Kolkata  700019
      West Bengal
      India

        +91 (33) 2440 3229 31

        +91 (33) 2440 6251

        thaiccu@mfa.go.th

        http://www.thaiembassy.org/kolkata/en/

      Operating Hours


      Royal Thai Consulate General

      No.3, First Main Road, Vidyodaya Colony, T. Nagar
      Chennai  600017
      Tamil Nadu
      India

        +91 (44) 4230 0730

        +91 (44) 4202 0900

        thaicnn@mfa.go.th

        http://www.thaiembassy.org/chennai/en/home

      Operating Hours


      Royal Thai Consulate General

      12th floor, Express Towers, Barrister Rajni Patel Marg, Nariman Point
      Mumbai  400021
      Maharashtra
      India

        +91 (22) 2282 3535

        +91 (22) 2282 1525

        thaimub@mfa.go.th

        http://www.thaiembassy.org/mumbai/en/home

      Operating Hours


      • Do I need to a visa to visit Thailand?

      • Do I need to produce a return ticket when entering Thailand?

      • What is the difference between visa validity from issue date and the maximum allowed stay in Thailand?

      • What is the different between Tourist visa single entry and multiple entries?

  • Visa Required
      • Visa Application Form (Required)

      • Checklist (Required)

        • Filled Multiple Entry Tourist Checklist for documents submitted

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      • Passport (Required)

        • Current passport with validity of atleast 6 months with atleast 2 blank pages (either side)

      • Photograph (Required)

        • Two recent colour photographs, size 3.5 x 4.5 cm with white background (not older than 3 months)

      • Travel Itinerary (Required)

        • Confirmed tickets in and out of Thailand for first trip 

          Itinerary or travel plan for future trips

      • Accomodation Evidence (Required)

        • Confirmed hotel/accommodation reservation in Thailand under passenger’s name

          If intend to stay with relatives or friends, must provide invitation letter along with copy of their ID/ passport and in case they are not Thai, must provide their work permit, valid at least six months.

      • Financial Records (Required)

        • (1) Bank statement under applicant’s name showing at least 400,000 Rs in the account for at least 6 consecutive months

          (2) Copy of PAN card and Indian income tax return of the latest assessment year

      • Occupational Evidence (Required)

        • (1) For employees: Letter from employer certifying employment and granting leave for tourism in Thailand, and copy of company ID

          (2) For students: Letter from school/university certifying student status, and copy of student ID

          (3) For business proprietors: Certificate of Incorporation, and Memorandum of Association (MoA)

          (4) For small business proprietors: Service Tax Registration Certificate, VAT Registration Certificate, Business License, or Certificate of Importer Exporter Code (At least one of these 4 documents), and bank statement of the company for the last 6 months

    • Visa Fee: ₹ 10000Processing Time: 3 working days


      Additional charges apply based on Visa Application Centre

      Visa Validity from Issue Date: 6 months

      Visa Validity from Travel Date: 60 Days

       

      Entry Type:  Multiple

      • Citizens of India can obtain a visa to Thailand depending on the purpose of visit to that country. We have listed common short term visa categories available that you can seek based on the nature of your visit:

        1. Tourist (Visa on Arrival): This is one of the most common visa types available to Indian citizens who travel to Thailand. These visas are directly issued at the point of entry in Thailand. 

        2. Tourist Visa: Single or Multiple entry options to Thailand are available for tourism or medical treatment purposes. It can be applied through the Thai Embassy or Consulates in India. 

        This type of visa generally allows for a longer period of stay (upto 60 days) than the Visa on Arrival option for each visit. The single entry visa is valid for a period of 3 months and multiple entry visa for a period of 6 months from the date of issue. 

        3. Business Visa: This type of visa can be used to enter Thailand for purposes like conducting business, business meeting or training.

        4. Transit Visa: Transit visas are applicable for:

           ·  Transiting via Thailand in order to travel to another destination country or to re-enter the home country

           ·  Participating in sports activities (sportsmen, sportswomen, etc.

           ·  Individuals in charge or crew of a conveyance coming to a port, station or area in Thailand 

        Tourist Visa On Arrival

        The Visa on Arrival allows passport holders to enter Thailand for a period of 30 days if you arrive by air and 15 days if travelling via land borders.

        This visa can be directly obtained at the port of entry in Thailand. The most common entry points from India are the  Suvarnabhumi or Don Muang airports in Bangkok. However, Thailand's Immigration Checkpoints provides facilities for issuance of Visa on Arrival at many airports across the country.  A full list of the airports providing such facility is listed here

        On arrival, you will need an Arrival card which is usually provided during your flight and is also available at the airport counters. You will also need to fill up a Visa on Arrival form, a copy of this form is available in our Document Checklist section, which also provides a list of supporting documentation to carry with you.

        Airports have clearly designated Visa on Arrival counters where you can proceed to with all your documentation. Do note that a fee of 1000 THB is required to be paid. If you require Thai currency, there are 24 hour money changers near the Visa on Arrival counters to convert your foreign exchange to Thai Baht. A photo booth is also available incase you need to click a photograph for your application.

        The staff at the counter will run a preliminary check and if documentation is in order, will give you a paper token with a number which you can use to wait at the relevant Immigration Counter.  After a couple of minutes, you will be called by your token number where the visa fee receipt will be returned. A blank visa stamp is affixed on the passport here. Once you are done, the immigration process will begin at the Immigration Section that takes another few minutes.  At the immigration counter, photo of the passenger is taken with a digital camera and stamping on the passport is completed by immigration officers. You can then proceed to collect your luggage.

        Application Guide:

        For all other Visa Types, apart from Visa on Arrival, need to be secured in advance through the Thai missions located in the country.

        Collect all documents as provided in the Document Checklist section for the relevant visa you wish to apply for. VFS operates Thailand Visa Application Centres on behalf of the Thai Embassy in India. 

        Thailand Visa Application Centre, New Delhi

        Thailand Visa Application Centre, Chennai

        Thailand Visa Application Centre, Kolkata

         

        You can submit your visa application through a travel agent or representative if you’re not based in the cities listed above.

        At the Visa Application Centre you will be provided with a token number. Once your token number is announced, you can proceed to the designated counter with the documentation. If your Visa Application form is incomplete or any document is missing, you will be requested to complete the same and then collect a fresh token to re-submit your application.

        You are then required to pay the applicable Visa Fee and Service Charges at the cashier counter. You have an option to collect your passport via courier for extra charges. Details of the charges are available on the Visa Application Centre links cited above.

        After having made the payment, do not forget to collect the acknowledgement receipt which you will need to provide at the time of collecting the visa.

        Post Submission:

        Now that you are done with submitting the visa application, you can always track your application through the ‘Track Your Application’ page available at the relevant Visa Application Centre websites.

        For in person collection, you will need to carry your ID and acknowledgment receipt in order to receive the token number and get your passport.

         

        The processing time for Thai Visa is usually is 3 working days excluding the date of submission, Saturday, Sundays and Public Holidays

    • Royal Thai Embassy

      D1/3 Vasant Vihar
      New Delhi  110057
      India

        +91 (11) 4977 4100

        +91 (11) 4977 4199

        consular.del@gmail.com

        http://newdelhi.thaiembassy.org/en

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      Royal Thai Consulate General

      18-B, Mandeville Gardens, Ballygunge
      Kolkata  700019
      West Bengal
      India

        +91 (33) 2440 3229 31

        +91 (33) 2440 6251

        thaiccu@mfa.go.th

        http://www.thaiembassy.org/kolkata/en/

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      Royal Thai Consulate General

      No.3, First Main Road, Vidyodaya Colony, T. Nagar
      Chennai  600017
      Tamil Nadu
      India

        +91 (44) 4230 0730

        +91 (44) 4202 0900

        thaicnn@mfa.go.th

        http://www.thaiembassy.org/chennai/en/home

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      Royal Thai Consulate General

      12th floor, Express Towers, Barrister Rajni Patel Marg, Nariman Point
      Mumbai  400021
      Maharashtra
      India

        +91 (22) 2282 3535

        +91 (22) 2282 1525

        thaimub@mfa.go.th

        http://www.thaiembassy.org/mumbai/en/home

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      • Do I need to a visa to visit Thailand?

      • Do I need to produce a return ticket when entering Thailand?

      • What is the difference between visa validity from issue date and the maximum allowed stay in Thailand?

      • What is the different between Tourist visa single entry and multiple entries?

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