Visa waiver extended for tourists from India and Taiwan for another six months

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This will be effective from May 11 to November 11, 2024 after the visa exemption is set to expire on May 10 to facilitate the travel of Indian and Taiwanese tourists who plan to visit Thailand during that period. (Photo – Holi on the Beach, Pattaya on March 23)

The Cabinet has approved the extension of the visa exemption for tourists from India and Taiwan for another six months.

Deputy Spokesperson for the Prime Minister’s Office, Kenikar Unjit stated that the Cabinet meeting approved the extension in principle as proposed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Those entering the Kingdom for tourism purposes are allowed to stay for no more than 30 days.



This will be effective from May 11 to November 11, 2024 after the visa exemption is set to expire on May 10 to facilitate the travel of Indian and Taiwanese tourists who plan to visit Thailand during that period. This move aimed to boost revenue in the tourism industry and key economic factors stimulating Thailand’s economy overall.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has reported estimated revenue losses, totaling approximately 2.158 billion baht. (TNA)