Thailand extends visa exemption for Indian visitors until November 10

Extension follows success of initial waiver in November last year
2024-05-08
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/ New Delhi
Thailand extends visa exemption for Indian visitors until November 10
Thailand extends visa exemption for Indian visitors until November 10

This is an effort to stimulate foreign arrivals and boost its flagging economy

Indian nationals can continue to avail of a maximum of 30 days visa-free stay in Thailand as the Thai government has announced an extension of the visa exemption till November 10.
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The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has decided to extend the visa exemption for Indian Nationals until November 10 this year.

According to a press statement by the Thai government, Thailand’s cabinet approved a plan to extend visa-exempt travel policies for visitors from Taiwan and India for an additional six months in an effort to stimulate foreign arrivals and boost its flagging economy.

Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin told reporters following a cabinet meeting that travellers from Taiwan and India would be able to enter Thailand without a visa until November 10 after the current waiver expires on Friday. Travellers can stay for a maximum of 30 days at a time under the rules.

According to reports, the temporary extension follows the success of the initial waiver in November last year. Indian and Taiwanese tourists are normally eligible to stay in Thailand for 15 days under a visa-on-arrival scheme.

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