Im planning on spending 7 weeks in Thailand
14th Aug until 30th Sep
Whats my best option?
do i just apply for a single entry tourist 60 day visa from the Thai Consulate in Hull if i post them my passport
i know its free if i fly in for 30 days but i would have to leave and fly back in to get a further 30days, so if i pay 25quid i should get a 60 day stamp before i leave the uk? Right?
cant find the info!
Thanks in advance!
#1 guernseydan has been a member since 26/12/2010. Posts: 52
Yes. Just apply for a 60-day tourist visa. Single-entry is fine if you don't plan to leave Thailand. The info is here:
According to the Thai Embassy website this is the website of the consul in Hull.
Yep, the Hull consulate is your baby http://www.thaiconsul-uk.com They do single/double/triple entry tourist visas so just plan how many times you want to re/enter Thailand. This will also clear the way with airlines requiring either a visa or proof of onward air ticket within 30 days (randomly enforced). Just a technicality, you will get a 60-day entry on arrival (not before you leave the UK) which can be extended 30 days at immigration for 1900 baht, but each entry expires if/when you leave (side-trip to Laos, Cambodia, etc.)
I wont be leaving so i need 60 so i will apply for a single entry from the Hull Consulate which costs 25quid,
i have 3 weeks till i leave so should have plenty of time!
#4 guernseydan has been a member since 26/12/2010. Posts: 52
I have been talking to a few people about a similar situation and it seems a lot of people don't know you only get 15 days if you enter Thailand without a visa.
So if you leave Thailand before your visa and come back in via road make sure you have less than 15 days left.
#6 apennstar has been a member since 5/7/2012. Posts: 1