Extended Visa Exemption: Indians to enjoy Fee-Free Travel to Thailand until November

If you’re considering a trip to Thailand for your summer vacation, here’s some great news for you! Indians planning to visit Thailand will not have to pay any visa fees.

This exemption, which was previously in place until May 1, 2024, has been extended by the Government of Thailand.

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Extended Visa Exemption

Thailand’s Cabinet has approved a plan to extend the visa exemption for tourists from India and Taiwan by six months.

This decision comes as part of Thailand’s efforts to boost tourism and support its economy.

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Tourists from India and Taiwan will now be able to enter Thailand without a visa until November 11,

following the expiration of the current relaxation period.

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Increased Tourist Arrivals

After the successful implementation of the visa exemption in November last year, Thailand has decided to waive visa fees once again.

Indian and Taiwanese tourists can generally stay in Thailand for up to 15 days with a visa-on-arrival, while those who apply online in advance can stay for 30 days.

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This move aims to accommodate the increasing number of tourists visiting Thailand, with 1.20 crore foreign tourists arriving in the first four months of 2024 alone,

marking a 39 percent increase compared to the same period last year.



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