How much is Thailand visa from Dubai?

How much is Thailand visa from Dubai?

Visa Fees

Type of Visa Fee in Dirham, (AED)
Transit Visa 200.00 (per entry)
Tourist Visa (single entry) 400.00
Tourist Visa (multiple entries within 6 months) 1,000.00
Non-Immigrant Visa (single entry) 800.00

How many days will take for Thailand visa?

The Thailand Visa application processing time takes maximum 4 working days by the embassy after all the relevant documents are received.

How can I get appointment for Thailand visa?

To minimise waiting time and long queue, visitors are required to make online appointments before visiting the Embassy. Go to LNY.IO/RTEKL to make an appointment.

How much is a tourist visa for Thailand?

Visa Fee: US $ 30.00 per entry or equivalent. The tourist visa fee is subject to change without prior notice, so it is a good idea to be updated by visiting the nearest Thai Embassy or consulate in your area.

Is Thailand visa on arrival?

Yes, you can get the Thailand visa on arrival at Phuket. All you need to do is fill up the application form available at Phuket International Airport or at the Phuket Immigration checkpoint and submit the necessary documents.

How much is visa fee to Thailand?

Thailand Visa Fees for Transit

Tourist Visa Visa Fee Validity of Stay
Single Entry 1600/- Permitted to stay for a period not exceeding 30 Days
Double Entry 3200/- Permitted to stay for a period not exceeding 30 Days per Entry
Triple Entry 4800/- Permitted to stay for a period not exceeding 30 Days per Entry

Where is the Thai Consulate in Dubai located?

Royal Thai Consulate-General, Dubai Address : Villa 35, Al Jali Street, Community 366 Umm Suqeim 3, P.O. Box 51844 Dubai, United Arab Emirates (Near Raffles International School West.

How long can a French citizen stay in Thailand with Visa?

France is among the 64 countries listed in the Visa Exemption under the Visa Exemption Rule and Bilateral Agreement between the two countries. They are allowed to enter the border of Thailand and stay for 30 days maximum. Another good news …

How to start your travel plans to Thailand?

It is important to start your travel plans to Thailand by checking your eligibility. On this part, you must check if you fall in one of the eligible groups to enter Thailand. For fully vaccinated travelers, you may enter Thailand without quarantine through the Phuket Sandbox and Samui Plus Sandbox programs.

Can a Dutch citizen travel to Thailand now?

Thailand has just opened its international borders to more countries and loosened its travel restrictions to countries classified as “low-risk”. Netherland is among the list of “low-risk” countries categorized by the Thai authorities. If you are a Dutch citizen planning to visit Thailand to destress or maybe do a business trip, here are the steps …