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Transit visa

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Transit visa

Dear friends, i will be travelling with my family to Hongkong via Bangkok. I will be staying for 2 nights in Bangkok before taking my onward flight to Hongkong. Now my question is that i know i need a transit visa for stay in Bangkok but would like to know the procedure. Can i get this visa at Suvarnbhumi Airport after landing there or i have to arrange before departure in India.What will be The cost Secondly while coming back from Hongkong i will take a Airasia flight which reaches Don mueung airport at 10..30 P.M and i have my return flight to Kolkatta on the same day at 12.05 a.m. Now does this time sufficient to transfer. We will not having any checked in luggage and travelling with same Airline. What will be the procedure?

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2. Re: Transit visa

There is no transit visa on arrival. You would have to obtain that from a Thai embassy or consulate. But you can get a Visa on Arrival at a cost of 1000 baht, requiring a passport picture and passport with at least 6 months validity, as well as an onward ticket within 15 days (which you have).

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