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Can i renew in Pattaya?

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UK citizen here

 

just wandering if it's possible to renew after my initial 30 day on arrival expires (before ti expires obviously)

 

And am i going to be left with a big fat 'Pattaya' stamp on my passport or can this be kept to a 'what happens in Pattaya stays in Pattaya'?

 

 

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I assume you mean your Visa Exempt entry not Visa on Arrival as you're a Brit.

Yes you can. Used to be 15 days but think it's now 30. Think the fee is still 1900 baht.

 

Only possible problem is if the airline won't let you board without a Visa if your return flight is more than 30 days away.

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I assume you mean your Visa Exempt entry not Visa on Arrival as you're a Brit.

Yes you can. Used to be 15 days but think it's now 30. Think the fee is still 1900 baht.

 

Only possible problem is if the airline won't let you board without a Visa if your return flight is more than 30 days away.

Your absolutely right I had the foresight to get my Visa in london pria to coming , at the airport they checked my passport and said without the relative Visa I wouldn't of been allowed to fly so take care

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You can renew it bit of a faff and money changes hand's. less money changes hands for a three month Visa before you leave tho 

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I assume you mean your Visa Exempt entry not Visa on Arrival as you're a Brit.

Yes you can. Used to be 15 days but think it's now 30. Think the fee is still 1900 baht.

 

Only possible problem is if the airline won't let you board without a Visa if your return flight is more than 30 days away.

Thanks bro useful info.

 

I've been Thailand 10 plus times never needed to show a return ticket yet?

 

Philippines though EVERY TIME I had to have a flight out

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Yes, you will get 30 day extension & Chonburi Immigration stamp.

If an inquiry arises regarding Visa state 30 day Visa on arrival + get 30 day extension.

I had no further questions.

 

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If you are British, you do NOT get a Visa on Arrival.

You make a Visa Exempt Entry i.e. you don't need a Visa to enter Thailand for 30 days.

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