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Thailand Extends Visa-Free Entry For Indian Tourists Till November

With the aim to attract 80 million tourists by 2027, Srettha Thavisin's cabinet has extended the visa-free program for Indian and Taiwanese tourists, allowing visitors to stay up to 30 days without a visa for Thailand until November

Under the extended visa rules, tourists can stay visa-free for up to 30 days till November Photo: Shutterstock.com
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If you are headed to Thailand anytime soon, we've got good news. Thailand has extended its visa exemption program for Indian and Taiwanese tourists until November 11, 2024. This means that you can now enter Thailand without a visa and stay up to 30 days for the next six months, giving you enough time to explore Bangkok's lively markets and Thailand's other hidden gems. The main goal of this move is to attract more foreign visitors to boost Thailand's economy, which relies heavily on tourism.

According to a report from Bloomberg, Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin announced the extension after a cabinet meeting on Tuesday. He stated that travellers from India and Taiwan can now stay up to 30 days in Thailand without a visa.

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