Passport & Visa Information
Do I need a Visa to enter Thailand?
No: Citizens of most EU Countries, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and the United States do not require a visa to enter Thailand.
How to get a Thailand Visa?
If by the small possibility that you do need a visa for Thailand then this can be obtained at your local Thai Embassy. The standard cost is $15, with the process taking up to 5 days. This would then give you a single entry visa lasting up to 60 days.
Please make sure that your passport does not expire within 6 months of your holiday. And that your passport has at least one full clean page for the visa and another page for additional stamps.
If applying for a visa on arrival please make sure that you have 2 passport photographs with you.
For every day you are in the country without a valid visa you will have to pay a fine per day.
Please note that you are no longer need to pay an airport departure tax as this is included in your airline ticket.
Tubkaak Boutique Resort Thailand
4 Star – Krabi
This secluded seaside resort Sits within a lush garden and is the perfect destination for anyone looking for a peaceful retreat. All rooms in the Tubkaak Boutique Resort feature a wooden interior with an outdoor, tropical-style bathroom.
Kupu Kupu Beach Villas Thailand
5 Star – Koh Phangan
The Kupu Kupue Beach Villas offers a great escape from the mass tourism of Thailand. With its own private beach, the setting and design of the hotel is very romantic which is perfect for young honeymooners and couples. The Resort is also conveniently located just 10 minutes away from the main shopping area and Koh Samui can easily be reached with a short 30-minute boat ride.
Nouvo City Hotel Thailand
4 Star – Bangkok
The Nouvo City Hotel is perfectly located within the famous Khaosan Area, but far enough so that the noise won’t be a problem. The vibrant Banglumphu Market and heritage sites like the Grand Palace and Wat Phra Kaew are just a short walk away, making it particularly easy to go out and explore the city at all hours of the day. The hotel also features a rooftop swimming pool which offers a great view of the city and peaceful retreat from the energetic streets of Bangkok.
Riva Surya Thailand
4 Star – Bangkok
With a fantastic riverside terrace, spacious rooms, a fresh and stylish décor. The Riva Surya is one of the highest ranking hotels in all of Bangkok due to its unbeatable value and great location. But the real highlight here is the friendly and helpful staff, which will go at great to length to make sure everything goes as perfectly as possible. No matter how long your stay, you won’t be disappointed!
Cape Nidhra Hotel Thailand
5 Star – Hua Hin
This idyllic beachfront hotel is luxury done right and a great location to relax. You will be hard-pressed to find bigger and better rooms and to top things off, each room of the Cape Nidhra Hotel is equipped with its own private plunge pool and sunbed, perfect for those wanting to lay down in the warmth of the sun in the comfort of their own room. Those looking for complete indulgence will surely want to try this hotel out when in Hua Hin.
Sivalai Beach Resort Thailand
3 Star – Koh Mook
Built on the tip-end of the peninsula located on the eastern side of the island. The Sivalai Beach Resort has a pristine white-sand beach on 3 of its side and 2 large swimming pools. Most of its 48 bungalows have view on the beach and although it is quite a large hotel complex the resort manages to create a peaceful and relaxing atmosphere with a lot of space outside and inside. The long drive it takes to reach the resort, might be a set-back for some, but it is absolutely worth it.