Thailand Visa on Arrival (VOA)
Thailand tourist visa for Bhutan citizens
Bhutanese citizens can apply for a visa on arrival when travelling to Thailand. Thailand Visa on Arrival (VOA) is available on arrival for Bhutanese citizens. With this tourist visa stay is usually short with a period of 15 days and visa expires in 15 days. Applicant is not required to be present when applying for Thailand visa on arrival. A total of 6 documents are required for applying Thailand visa on arrival. You can find Thailand visa exemptions.
Thailand tourist visa conditions for Bhutanese citizens
- Applicant: required
- Max stay: 15 days
- Visa validity: 15 days
- Processing time: ~2 hours
- Visa fees: ฿2,000.00
- Stay: short term
Thailand tourist visa requirements for Bhutanese citizens
Documents required for Thailand tourist visa from Bhutan include passport, a completed visa application form and other supporting documents. A total of 6 documents are required.
Visa Application Form
Proof of Funds
Completed application form for Thailand
Photo must be no older than 6 months
Original Passport or Travel document of country with at least 6 months remaining validity on the date of travel and have at least 2 visa pages clear of any markings.
Accomodation reservation(s) in destination for the duration of your visit. Embassy recommends not to purchase tickets until visa is approved. Don’t risk your money, time and effort by buying actual tickets. Get hotel bookings for any city in the world within minutes for visa purposes.
A round-trip flight reservations(s) for destination. An Onward Ticket is a flight reservation made by a real travel agency that can be helpful for visa applications or if you want to enter a country without purchasing a return flight. Get verifiable one way, round trip, and multi-city flight bookings for visa purposes.
Proof of enough money for your stay and to leave destination, such as • personal bank statements • Pay slips from employer • Tax records
How to apply for Thailand tourist visa from Bhutan
Thailand visa on arrival process for Bhutanese cirizens is straightforward and simple. By following these 6 steps and carrying the necessary documents, Bhutanese citizens can expect a hassle-free arrival and entry into Thailand. It is important to note that the immigration authorities have the right to request additional documentation or information as they see fit. Travelers are advised to have all required documents and information ready for presentation to the immigration officers upon arrival in Thailand.
Gather documents Gather all the necessary documents required for a Thailand tourist visa including passport and any other supporting documents.
Valid passport Check that Bhutanese passport is valid for at least six months from the date of your arrival in Thailand. If not apply for a new Bhutanese passport.
Arrival After arriving, Bhutanese citizens can go to Thailand immigration counter.
Fill application Fill out the immigration form of Thailand.
Submit documents Upon arrival in Thailand, present Bhutan passport, the form and travel document to the immigration officer and pay any visa fee required.
Receive visa You will receive Thailand visa stamp in your passport, which allows you to stay in Thailand for the 15 days on your stamping.
Thailand visa exemption for Bhutanese citizens
- Visa exemption does not apply, but eligibility to apply for a Thailand e-Visa online is available.
- The e-Visa fee is $40 USD, with options for 90-day or 180-day validity and single or multiple entries.
- Applicable Countries: All Countries
todayMax stay: 60 days
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