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Visas to Thailand
Holders of Australian, New Zealand and EU passports do not require a visa when staying in Thailand for no longer than 30 days. (Thai authority requires at least 6 month validity remaining on the passport.) Under a recent scheme, visitors to Thailand for medical treatment from some countries
Tourists from many countries (including the US, UK, Germany, France and Singapore) do not require a visa when entering Thailand and can stay for a duration of 30-days. In many of these countries (including the US, UK, Australia, Germany, France and Singapore) you can apply for a 60-day tourist visa before you leave. If you hold a Brazilian, Peruvian or South Korean passport, you are exempted from visa requirements and are permitted to enter and stay in Thailand for a period of not exceeding 90 days. Citizens of some other countries are required to apply for a 15-day visa at immigration checkpoints on arrival, while others must apply for one before they leave. It all depends on the particular visa arrangement Thailand has with your home country. The best way to find out is to check with either the Thai Immigration Bureau or the Thai Embassy or Consulate in your home country.
A truly beneficial vacation experience. The quintessential picture of the historic Kingdom of Thailand is typically that of tropical region, white sandy beaches, clear blue sea and a unique way of life. Moreover, Thailand is also blessed with all the comforts, conveniences and technologies
of 21st century like Medicine, one of many areas where Thailand excels. Here is the hub of medical tourism and high-end spas in
Southeast Asia. A developing nation, years of professionalism, dedicated research, overseas study, and modernisation of the
has put Thailand on an equal footing with the most advanced medical centres in the world.
As a result, this sector of the travel trade has experienced a healthy surge of interest in recent years. To keep pace with the burgeoning
number of new arrivals and repeat visitors, the Kingdom’s medical facilities continue to update their high-tech services and
constantly add new programmes, operations and treatments.
Other factors that have attracted the interest of visitors from around the globe are the affordable prices that entitle patients to a free holiday in the spectacularly exotic Kingdom. To aid a patient’s recovery, there’s nothing healthier than kicking back, relaxing and
soaking up the sunshine on an island in the Gulf of Thailand or the Andaman Sea before returning home again.
Testifying to the country’s appeal to the elite, the exclusive resorts of holistic healing in Phuket and the seaside resort of Hua Hin have become so globally renowned that you may find yourself rubbing shoulders with a movie star or a captain of industry.
Further information on wellness retreats and health resorts coming soon