Enter Thailand under the VISA EXEMPTION RULE

64 Countries allowed to enter Thailand under the VISA EXEMPTION RULE


1. Andorra 23. Ireland 45. Peru (30 and 90 days)
2. Argentina (90 days) 24. Israel 46. Philippines
3. Australia 25. Italy 47. Poland
4. Austria 26. Japan 48. Portugal
5. Bahrain 27. Korea (30 and 90 days) 49. Qatar
6. Belgium 28. Kuwait 50. Russia
7. Brazil (30 and 90 days) 29. Laos 51. San Marino
8. Brunei 30. Latvia 52. Singapore
9. Cambodia (14 days only) 31. Liechtenstein 53. Slovak Republic
10. Canada 32. Lithuania 54. Slovenia
11. Chile (90 days) 33. Luxembourg 55. South Africa
12. Czech Republic 34. Macau 56. Spain
13. Denmark 35. Malaysia 57. Sweden
14. Estonia 36. Maldives 58. Switzerland
15. Finland 37. Mauritius 59. Turkey
16. France 38. Myanmar (14 days only) 60. Ukraine
17. Germany 39. Monaco 61. United Arab Emirates
18. Greece 40. Mongolia 62. United Kingdom
19. Hong Kong 41. Netherlands 63. United States
20. Hungary 42. New Zealand 64. Vietnam
21. Iceland 43. Norway
22. Indonesia 44. Oman

Covid and Vaccination Requirements

As of today, travelers must be vaccinated or have completed an RT-PCR or Pro-ATK test (if unvaccinated) before entering Thailand. The test result must be no older than 72 hours before departure from a home country. ATK self-test results are not accepted.

Proof of this paperwork is not required before leaving a home country, but Airline staff and Immigration Officers are conducting random checks of passengers arriving in the country. A Visa Exemption stamp may be denied if the relevant paperwork cannot be provided.

Children under 18 will enter Thailand the same way as their parents. If a child travels with unvaccinated parents, they will need to provide proof of Covid tests.

Travel Insurance for Visa Exempt Visitors

With travel restrictions eased, Thailand removed the need for Visa Exempt travelers to provide proof of a valid Covid Insurance policy. It is important to note that foreign visitors are not eligible for free medical care while in Thailand. If a foreigner requires medical attention, they will need to cover any expenses themselves.

Travel insurance is a wise choice for people traveling abroad. It not only covers Covid-related incidents but also:

  • Medical emergencies
  • Personal injury & accidents
  • Missed or delayed flights
  • Damage to belongings
  • Lost luggage

To ensure you have the best cover possible while visiting Thailand and to avoid potential exclusions or conditions, choose Travel Insurance which is designed for Thailand.

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