Visa On Arrival (14 Days)

Thailand offers a Visa on Arrival (VoA) option for citizens of certain countries, including Myanmar. This allows travelers from Myanmar to obtain their visas upon arriving in Thailand without needing to apply beforehand at a Thai embassy or consulate.

Here are some key points typically associated with the Thailand Visa on Arrival for Myanmar citizens:

  1. Eligibility: Citizens of Myanmar who are visiting Thailand for tourism purposes may be eligible for the Visa on Arrival.
  2. Duration: The Visa on Arrival usually allows a stay of up to 14 days. Note that this period is subject to change based on current Thai immigration policies.
  3. Requirements:
    • A passport valid for at least six months following the intended date of entry.
    • A completed Visa on Arrival application form, which can be filled out upon arrival.
    • A recent photograph (size specifications may vary).
    • Proof of accommodation in Thailand (hotel bookings or a letter of invitation).
    • A confirmed return ticket within 14 days from arrival.
    • Proof of sufficient funds for the duration of the stay in Thailand (typically around 20,000 THB per person).
  4. Arrival Airports: Visa on Arrival can be obtained at designated international airports in Thailand, such as Suvarnabhumi Airport (Bangkok), Don Mueang International Airport (Bangkok), Phuket International Airport, and others.
  5. Fee: There is a fee for the Visa on Arrival, which must be paid in Thai currency. The fee can vary, so it’s recommended to check the latest amount before traveling.
  6. Process: Upon arrival, head to the Visa on Arrival counters before proceeding to immigration. Submit your documents, pay the fee, and wait for your visa to be processed and stamped in your passport.

Please note that visa policies and requirements can change, so it’s important to check the latest information from official Thai immigration sources or consult with the nearest Thai embassy or consulate before your trip.

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