Thailand Allows Tourists From 93 Countries To Stay For 60 Days From June 2024

Starting this June, Thailand has updated its visa policy to welcome travelers from more countries with extended stay durations. Here’s everything you need to know:

Expanded Eligibility for Visa on Arrival
Thailand has broadened its list of countries eligible for a visa on arrival. Travelers from the following 17 nations can now enjoy a 60-day stay: Albania, Colombia, Croatia, Cuba, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Guatemala, Jamaica, Jordan, Kosovo, Morocco, Panama, Sri Lanka, Tonga, Trinidad, Tobago, Uruguay.

Extended Stay for Visa-Exempt Countries
Visa-exempt countries that were previously allowed to stay in Thailand for 30 days or less have now been allowed to expand their stay to 60 days.

New Countries Eligible for Visa Waiver
In addition to the visa on arrival updates, citizens from the following 4 countries will now benefit from a visa waiver, allowing them to stay in Thailand for up to 60 days without a visa: China, Macau, Mongolia, Russia.

These changes are part of Thailand’s ongoing efforts to boost tourism, especially from its primary and fastest-growing markets. By extending the stay limits from 30 days (or less) to 60 days, Thailand aims to offer a more immersive experience for visitors.

For detailed information on these updates, please refer to the attached document.