Thailand Visa Free for Indians
Thailand has started one more initiative to attract the tourists by waiving off it Visa-on- Arrival fees.
Tourist from 21 countries had to pay the visa on arrival fee of 2,000 baht (Rs.4365) before.
So for this holiday season, Thailand has taken a step to waive off the Visa on Arrival for approx two months’ time period from From 15 November, 2018, to 13 January, 2019 30 April, 2019. Here you can find cheap deals to Thailand.
10, January 2019 update: Thai cabinet extends visa-fee-waiver until 30 April, 2019
The Countries who can take advantage of this are India, Andora, Bulgaria, Bhutan, China including Taiwan, Cyprus, Ethiopia, Fiji, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Maldives, Malta, Mauritius, Papua New Guinea, Romania, San Marino, Saudi Arabia, Ukraine and Uzbekistan.
However, they have fixed the stay period for the travellers i.e. not more than 15 days.
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Thailand is one of the most happening holiday destinations for Indians & World. It has got diverse culture and ancient civilisation, which is the attracting point for tourists.
Thailand consists of different and amazing destinations like-
- Crystal clear Beach of Phi Phi Islands
- Enjoy the Nightlife of Pattaya
- Greenery and Amazing Temples of Bangkok
Thailand & its Tourism
Tourists from all over the world are attracted to Thailand’s beauty. Tourism is one of the major economic contributors to Thailand.
In 2017, Tourism contributed for 10.4 % of global GDP in Thailand, which was a decent increase of 1.72% from previous year.
The country takes care of their tourists very efficiently, by providing them their lifestyle, friendly environment in the city and Visa-on Arrival.
Tourist Authority of Thailand used “Amazing Thailand” slogan to promote Thailand internationally. In 2015, this slogan was changed to “Discover Thainess”.
Each and every year they notice the increase in tourism which accounts for their development.
The largest contributor in Thailand’s tourism is from China, by contributing around 27% of total GDP.
Thailand was ranked as 4th global country for adventure and 7th for cultural heritage by The U.S. News’ in 2017.
Government is expecting that by exempting the Visa- on-Arrival fees it will boost the tourism by 30%.
The reason they took this step, is because before they faced an ecological imbalance because of over-tourism, so to bring back the tourists again. They started this “No Arrival Visa fees” campaign.
One must visit Thailand once to fall for its attractions and its charm. One of the top tourist destinations in Asia.
So when are you planning you Thailand trip?