Thailand as a destination with its ever increasing MICE industry relies on easy access for delegates who have been invited to attend from all over the world.
Currently passport holders from over 40 countries are allowed to receive a 30-day tourist visa exemption upon arrival at an immigration checkpoint at international
airports, or 15 days when entering at visa checkpoints that border neighboring countries.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ website www.mfa.go.th. notifies the qualifying countries for this visa and a whole range of other important immigration regulations.
For those passport holders of countries that do not qualify for a tourist visa can apply for a 15-day temporary tourist visa upon arrival in Thailand. International
corporate event planners and organizers can double-check the eligibility of their delegates on the internet to avoid any last-minute delays.
Being one of Asia’s and ASEAN’s premier aviation hubs, travelling to the country has never been easier with all major international airlines flying into Bangkok.
Other international airports within the Kingdom are at Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Hat Yai and Phuket. Thailand also has an extensive network of provincial airports,
served by Thai Airways and “low-cost” carriers, and also in some cases by overseas charter flights.