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Thailand 60-Day Visa?

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1. Posted by N1U9F8C7 (Budding Member, 47 posts) 6 Jul '10 00:46

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I have heard of a 60-Day Visa for Thailand, that I would be able to get over here in the UK before I leave.

Can anyone verify this?

And can anyone give me any advice on the price of this please?

Cheers

2. Posted by loubylou (Travel Guru, 664 posts) 6 Jul '10 01:29

see here for more information http://www.thaiembassyuk.org.uk/visa_inst.html - easily found on Google! There are also consulates in Hull, Liverpool and Birmingham if you can't get to London.

[ Edit: Edited on 06-Jul-2010, at 01:30 by loubylou ]

3. Posted by N1U9F8C7 (Budding Member, 47 posts) 6 Jul '10 01:37

" The applicant’s passport must have at least 6 - month validity on the applying date"

Does this mean, at least 6 months remaining??
Or must have been valid for at least 6 months?

4. Posted by N1U9F8C7 (Budding Member, 47 posts) 6 Jul '10 01:38

And thanks for the quick response by the way. :)

5. Posted by loubylou (Travel Guru, 664 posts) 6 Jul '10 01:39

It means 6 months remaining on your passport from the date you apply.

All countries have this condition and airlines won't allow passengers who have less than 6 months on their passport to board a flight.

6. Posted by N1U9F8C7 (Budding Member, 47 posts) 6 Jul '10 01:44

Thanks a lot for that loubylou!!

One other thing, do you know if I stayed in Thailand for the 60 days, then travelled into Laos for while and then back in to Thailand after, would I get the 15-day visa on a arrival??

Thanks again ;)

7. Posted by loubylou (Travel Guru, 664 posts) 6 Jul '10 02:12

do you know if I stayed in Thailand for the 60 days, then travelled into Laos for while and then back in to Thailand after, would I get the 15-day visa on a arrival??

Yes, all overland border crossings into Thailand only give 15 days on entry