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PASSPORT & VISA

A passport is an important official document that serves as an identity card when you visit a foreign country. For Thailand visa, The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has issued a new visa policy of Thailand, in which the fee for a visa on arrival is increased from 1,000 THB to 2,000 THB since 27 September 2016 onwards.

Passport holders of the following 18 countries and one special economic zone (Taiwan) are granted a visa on arrival entry to the Kingdom of Thailand.

1. Andorra (Principality of Andorra)

2. Bulgaria (Republic of Bulgaria)

3. Bhutan (Kingdom of Bhutan)

4. China (People’s Republic of China)

5. Cyprus (Republic of Cyprus)

6. Ethiopia (Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia)

7. India (Republic of India)

8. Kazakhstan (Republic of Kazakhstan)

9. Latvia (Republic of Latvia)

10. Lithuania (Republic of Lithuania)

11. Maldives (Republic of Maldives)

12. Malta (Republic of Malta)

13. Mauritius (Republic of Mauritius)

14. Romania

15. San Marino (Republic of San Marino)

16. Saudi Arabia (Kingdom of Saudi Arabia)

17. Taiwan

18. Ukraine

19. Uzbekistan (Republic of Uzbekistan)

For more Thailand visa information, visit www.thaiembassy.com.

 

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By Air

Bangkok serves as a major international hub for air travel, with the new Suvarnabhumi International Airport (BKK) hosting over 40 million visitors and transit passengers each year. Dozens of domestic and international air carriers bring passengers to Bangkok from most major cities in Asia, Europe, North America, and Australia.

In addition to outstanding dining and shopping, the Suvarnabhumi Airport features a transportation center that provides visitors with easy transfer from the airport to destinations throughout the kingdom as well as rail, bus, taxi, and limousine service to all districts in the Bangkok metropolitan area. The city center is only 30 kilometers west of the airport and features a new electric rail line that provides easy access to the city center.

The former primary airport, Don Muang, located 20 kilometers north of the city center, no longer services international flights, functioning as a minor domestic airport and airstrip for charter flights to and from Bangkok.

 

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Airports of Thailand

Airport Shuttle
Shuttle busses follow two routes, the Express and Ordinary Routes; both are free of charge for passengers and consist of the following stops, the Express Route focusing solely on transportation facilities:

Airport Rail Link provides train service at the maximum speed of 160 kilometer per hour on an elevated track parallel to the eastern railway, which covers the distance of approximately 28 kilometers, passing through 8 stations:

Custom Transfers
Few people actually enjoy driving in Bangkok but wish for nicer transportation services than the public taxis. Fortunately there are a number of custom limousine services that provide professional drivers and a selection of vehicles for your convenience, comfort and safety.

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Bangkok Transportation

 

BTS Skytrain (BTSC : Bangkok Mass Transit System Public Company Limited)
There are 2 routes, namely, Sukhumvit Line, which has been given the title. "Commemoration of HM the King's 6th Birthday Anniversary" and Silom Line. "Commemoration of HM the King's 6th Cycle Birthday Anniversary"

http://www.bts.co.th/customer/en/main.aspx

Underground Bangkok MRT Subway (Bangkok Expressway and Metro Public Company Limited)
Bangkok’s transportation system has entered the 21st century with modern, electric rail lines that are easing traffic and making travel around the capital city both comfortable and convenient.
http://www.bangkokmetro.co.th/index.aspx?Lang=En

Boat
There are many rivers and canals in Thailand including in Bangkok which once was called ‘the Venice of the East’. The long-tail boats are a main transport on rivers and canals in Bangkok and neighboring provinces. Visitors also have a boat trip or river cruise in Bangkok or a trip for snorkeling, fishing or squid fishing in other provinces.

Taxi : Bangkok and big provinces have metered taxis.

Tuk tuks
One of the most iconic modes of transportation, the tuk tuk is a truly Thai vehicle.  The colorful, noisy, open-air tuk tuks that are found throughout Bangkok are both a “must ride” experience for visitors and a convenient way for both visitors and locals to quickly travel around.

Motorcycle Taxi : motorcycle taxis can be found near street intersections or small allies for quick transport and short distances.

 
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By Train

At present, the only standard train service to Bangkok is via the Malaysian border town of Butterworth. Travelers from Singapore and Kuala Lumpur can travel by train to Bangkok, but not without stopping to change trains. The journey from Singapore can last up to 48 hours as two changes of trains are required and there are numerous stops along the way to Bangkok.
First class sleeper cars can make a train trip to Bangkok more enjoyable, though comfort and convenience come at a price; one can travel the Eastern & Oriental Express, a throw-back colonial-style luxury train that services Butterworth and Bangkok on a once weekly schedule.

Train Ticket Booking
State Railway of Thailand

 

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By Bus

Visitors can travel by bus to Bangkok from Thailand’s neighboring countries with varying levels of ease.
From Malaysia, one can cross by bus into Thailand through various border checkpoints in Songkhla, Yala, and Narathiwat provinces, although most busses will head to the hub of bus travel into, out of, and around southern Thailand, Hat Yai. From Hat Yai there are direct busses to Bangkok.
Most busses from Laos originate in Vientiane and cross the Mekong River to the Thai border town of Nong Khai, where it is possible to arrange for a bus transfer to Bangkok.
The primary route on a Cambodian bus to Thailand is across the border at the respective towns of Poipet and Aranyaprathet. From Aranyaprathet one can easily arrange bus or minibus transport to Bangkok.

 

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  • Beware of scams involving tuk tuks, gem shops, and tailors, particularly around popular tourist attractions. Remember, there is no such thing as a free ride.
  • Its better to flag down taxis that are already driving (the red light means empty); these will generally use the meter while parked taxis typically ask for higher fixed fares or will take you for the proverbial ‘ride’.
  • During the monsoon season months of June through September rains come quickly and heavily, particularly in the afternoon. Adequate footwear and an umbrella are advisable.
 
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