Visa should be one of the first things you take a look at when traveling to Thailand. Fortunately, Americans, British, Australians, and other 54 nationalities are able to come here for 30 days without visa. It’s called “visa-exempt stamp” or a tourist visa waiver.
The visa-exempt stamp can be extended to another 30 days at Thai immigration offices. It costs 1,900 baht and all required document can be made easily in Thailand. More information about this can be found on our visa article.
Once the visa extension expires, you can fly in and out again to enjoy visa-exempt benefit. This may work depending on the number of exits you have made. However, it’s recommended to make a proper visa instead to prevent any risks occurring during the immigration check.
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