Indian people who travel to Thailand must have a visa to enter the nation. Even though there are various types of visas available, depending on the purpose of their stay, an Indian citizen traveling to Thailand purely for tourism-related purposes has the choice of getting a Tourist Visa or a Visa on Arrival. To stay for a period longer than two weeks, however, individuals must apply for a visa to Thailand before leaving their home country.
How can an Indian get a tourist visa to travel to Thailand?
The Thailand Tourist Visa is valid for three months under the single-entry scheme. However, it is valid for six months under the multiple-entry plan. Travelers can stay in Thailand for up to 60 days on a tourist visa before seeking an extension of their stay.
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Any of the embassies' websites provide the online visa application form, which you can access. The online form will ask for the applicant's basic information as well as information from their passport.
After submitting your visa application, the user need to schedule an appointment at a visa application center so that your fingerprints and photo may be taken. "Biometric information" is the term used to describe this kind of data.
You will receive both a letter of appointment and an email confirming the appointment after the appointment booking process is finished.
You must bring both the completed form and the completed visa application form, along with any other necessary documents, to the visa application center after you have paid the visa application fee and printed off the form.
When the application is finished, please bring it to the Visa Application Center authorized for your nation.
Please be aware that walk-in candidates, who have not yet scheduled an appointment using the online system, are welcome at any of the Visa Application Centers between 8:00 and 11:00 AM.
Thailand's visa rules for tourists
● Passport or another recognized form of identification with at least two blank pages and a validity period of at least six months for foreign travel.
● Both the front and back pages of the passport have been signed-in two copies.
● The applicant has filled out and signed the form for a visa.
● Two-color photographs of the applicant, each sized 3 x 5 and 4 x 5 centimeters, must be sent with the application. The pictures should be taken on a white background and shouldn't be older than three months.
● Documentation demonstrating one's Indian residency (non-passport holder).
● A photocopy of the confirmed ticket for the return journey.
● The schedule the applicant will adhere to while traveling across Thailand.
● The applicant has a confirmed hotel or other lodging reservation in Thailand, with the property's address and phone number.
● Statement from the applicant's bank account for the previous six months, showing that the applicant has maintained a minimum balance of 20,000 Baht (INR 44,946.56) per individual or 40,000 Baht (INR 89,885) per family. This statement must be an original document, and the bank must attest to its authenticity. Be sure to check the websites of the embassies to learn about the specific financial documentation needed to qualify for a Thailand tourist visa.
The various Embassies may require the filing of additional paperwork. Please check the websites of the embassies to determine if there are any additional documents you need to provide to apply for a tourist visa.