Thailand Launches E-Visa On Arrival To Attract Tourists

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BANGKOK: Thailand today formally propelled e-visa on landing for guests, which is the most recent endeavor of the kingdom to encourage movement procedure of outside voyagers.

Surachet Hakpal, Acting Commissioner of Thailand’s Immigration Bureau, said at Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport that the new e-visa on entry was to manage stuffing in airplane terminals in Bangkok and different urban communities, Xinhua news organization detailed.

Mr Hakpal said travelers sit tight for one to two hours to get their visa on entry and pass the migration at Thailand’s air terminals now.

An early application on the web, something like 24 hours before landing in the kingdom to at most 30 days before entry, will drastically abbreviate the migration procedure to one moment, the acting official included.


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