The Sponsorship Experts

Paul Poole (South East Asia) Co., Ltd. is excited about Facebook's acquisition of the rights to live stream Premier League matches in Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos from 2019-2022. We also have a number of new commercial
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The Sponsorship Experts

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Email: info@paulpoole.co.th

Visa, Immigration

Visas, visa waivers and travel 'taxes'
Visitors to Thailand may not require a visa if a citizen of one of the 55 nations that qualify for a visa waiver or visa exemption. With evidence of onward/return travel, citizens of the countries listed here may enter Thailand for up to 30 days without a visa. Those entering Thailand by land may not receive a 30 day exemption.

Foreigners visiting Thailand for business, investment, study, medical treatment, or employment are required to apply for a Thai visa from a Royal Thai Embassy or Consulate-General. Foreigners must possess valid passports or similar documents and comply with the regulations contained in the Immigration Act B.E.2522 (1979) and its related provisions. Be aware that Thai visa requirements change from time to time and a Thai embassy can provide you with the most up to date Thailand visa information. Alternatively, visit http://www.thaiembassy.com, where you can also find a list of Thai embassies in various countries.[Note that this is a privately owned and operated (NOT government) website. The owners of meetinthailand.com accept no responsibility for the accuracy of the information posted here.]

IMPORTANT NOTE: A business visitor may not enter Thailand on a tourist visa or a visa-exempt entry. The term 'business visitor' may include people attending conferences, exhibitions, meetings and incentive events (if meetings, seminars etc are part of the programme). You are advised to check visa requirements with the Thai embassy in your country, describing the exact nature of your event and its participants.
USA Denmark and Australia passports
Thai visa in passport with immigration stamps
Fast track immigration services

Delays going through immigration formalities are not uncommon and can disrupt a tight schedule. Fortunately, there are many ‘fast track’more...

Inside the departure terminal at Suvarnabhumi Airport
Departure tax

International departure taxes are now included in the cost of air tickets when they are purchased from an airline or travel agentmore...

Duty free shop at Suvarnabhumi Airport
Customs allowances

  1. There is no duty payable on personal effects, the value of which do not exceed 80,000 Baht, as long as: The items are specificallymore...

Mae Sai customs and immigration boarder checkpoint
Prohibited and restricted goods

The Thailand Customs Department is responsible for stemming the illegal transport of illicit drugs into and out of Thailand.more...

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