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Special Tourist Visa Requirements

Sunday, September 27th, 2020

Thailand Turns Tourism Into Torturism

 

Eva Air Flight Crew - Special Tourist Visa Requirements

EVA AIR FLIGHT ATTENDANTS 2020

 

Thailand has announced its Special Tourist Visa requirements which includes extortionate mandatory quarantine accommodation prices. 

Recently a friend of mine paid 80,000 baht which is £2,000 for a 14-day stay in a quarantine hotel room in Bangkok. He was forbidden to leave his room, with horrible stone-cold food left outside his door. He said, “I felt like a prisoner and could not wait for the ordeal to be over.” 

Many people feel it is not only extortionate but an ordeal, due to the lengthy and draconian process. Most of us veteran expats know the Thai Junta take draconian to the extreme. You seriously need to think is this worth it? 

 

SPECIAL TOURIST VISA - Special Tourist Visa Requirements

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Visa-On-Arrival Waiver Extended

Saturday, January 12th, 2019

Bangkok International Airport - Visa-On-Arrival Waiver Extended

The Thai authorities have now graciously extended the Visa-On-Arrival waiver until after the middle of April 2019. This means the tourists of a specially selected 21 countries, will get a free visa valued at 2,000 baht.   

However, the choice of certain countries is baffling, along with the great nations that are excluded from the list. The mind boggles!

The countries included in the fee waiver are…. Andorra, Bulgaria, Bhutan, China,  Cyprus, Ethiopia, Fiji, India, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Maldives, Malta, Mauritius, Papua New Guinea, Romania, San Marino, Saudi Arabia, Ukraine, Uzbekistan and Taiwan.


News Source – The Thaiger via Bangkok Post 

Thai cabinet extends visa-fee-waiver until after Songkran | The Thaiger

Tourists from over 21 countries will continue to benefit from an extension to the visa fee waiver introduced in November last year. In a move to boost tourism, the cabinet has extended the 2,000 baht visa-on-arrival fee waiver, according to Tourism and Sport Minister, Veerasak Kowsurat this morning (Tuesday).

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