- 1 How long should I stay in Bangkok?
- 2 How long does Thai visa take to process?
- 3 Can you transit through Bangkok airport Covid?
- 4 How much money should I bring to Bangkok?
- 5 Is 2 days enough in Bangkok?
- 6 How many days are enough for Pattaya?
- 7 Is Thai elite visa worth it?
- 8 Can I live in Thailand permanently?
- 9 Can you get a visa same day?
- 10 Do I need transit visa for Bangkok Airport?
- 11 How many times can I extend my tourist visa in Thailand?
- 12 Will Thailand Open borders?
- 13 Is 1000 baht a lot?
- 14 How much should I pay for a massage in Bangkok?
How long should I stay in Bangkok?
You could spend a lot more time exploring the city, but 3 days in Bangkok is a good length of time for your first visit. Bangkok is a huge hub for Southeast Asia and is also an excellent place to kick off a trip. It’s a big bustling city and it’s best to see it as a first stop if your travels allow.
How long does Thai visa take to process?
Visa Application Process Review and processing of the visa application. The processing time usually takes 5 to 10 business days which depends with the Thai embassy or consulate where the application is lodged.
Can you transit through Bangkok airport Covid?
Domestic transfers between international and domestic flights (with the exceptions listed above) are currently not permitted. Passengers arriving at Suvarnabhumi International Airport must complete the required quarantine in Bangkok before being able to proceed to other destinations in Thailand.
How much money should I bring to Bangkok?
Daily Budget for a 3-4 Star Holiday in Bangkok A budget of 2,500 to 5,000 baht per day is enough to stay in a three or four star hotel, eat at most of Bangkokâ€™s mid range and high-end restaurants and easily get around the city by taxi instead of depending on the BTS, khlong boats and bus system.
Is 2 days enough in Bangkok?
2 days in Bangkok is not much but it’s enough to feel the spirit of this place! Here is my 2 days Bangkok itinerary. Don’t be discouraged by the limited time- this guide is not made for the people who like to walk 10 hours a day. You will have time to get tired and also to relax.
How many days are enough for Pattaya?
So I would say you need at least 2 days in Bangkok before you move to Pattaya. PATTAYA: Just 2–3 hours away from Bangkok is Pattaya, you can travel here by BUS at Ekamai Station (you can travel to Ekamai station via BTS) from there you will easily find a nice Buses almost every 20 minutes to Pattaya.
Is Thai elite visa worth it?
If you’re able to afford 10,000 baht a month and live hassle-free with this visa, then it’s totally worth it with all the conveniences you get. On the other hand, if you’re eligible for other long-term visas and don’t mind dealing with paperwork and the bureaucratic system, then the Elite Visa isn’t for you.
Can I live in Thailand permanently?
Obtaining status as a Permanent Resident (PR) in Thailand has many advantages. It allows you to live permanently in Thailand, with no requirement to apply for an extension of stay. You will also be able to apply for an extension of stay and Permanent Resident status for your non-Thai family members.
Can you get a visa same day?
Thankfully, fast visa expediting is available at most foreign consulates for U.S. citizens who plan to travel abroad within a couple of weeks or less. Visa processing times can be rushed in a few days to as rapidly as the same day. For this reason, travelers should apply early for their visa to avoid any problems.
Do I need transit visa for Bangkok Airport?
If you’re transiting air side at Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) with both the inbound and outbound flights on the same ticket you won’t need any form of visa.
How many times can I extend my tourist visa in Thailand?
You can extend your 30-day entry pass, OR if you obtained a 60-day Tourist Visa before travelling to Thailand, you can extend this too, for a maximum of 30 days. However, you can only extend your visa at an Immigration Office once.
Will Thailand Open borders?
Thailand is open to tourists from all countries but travelers must be vaccinated and provide a negative COVID-19 test. Effective August 1, Phuket-Sandbox visitors will be allowed to visit other 9 Thai islands. All non-Thai arrivals need to buy health insurance that covers COVID-19.
Is 1000 baht a lot?
Yes 1000 baht/day is a decent minimum budget, allowing you stay in single rooms (dorms/hostels are rare) or double/triple-up with fellow travellers, eat well (seek out what locals eat) and splash out for a couple beers.
How much should I pay for a massage in Bangkok?
First you have to pay 100 baht to enter the temple site while entrance is free for Thais. One hour of Thai massage costs 420 baht for foreigners. For Thais the price is only 260 baht.