I. List of Countries which have concluded agreements on the exemption of visa requirements for holders of diplomatic or official or service/special passports with Thailand and permitted to stay for a period of not exceeding 30 and 90 days
|1. Argentina||18. Malaysia|
|2. Austria||19. Mexico|
|3. Belgium||20. The Netherlands|
|4. Bhutan||21. Nepal|
|5. Brazil||22. Panama|
|6. Chile||23. Peru|
|7. Costa Rica||24. The Philippines|
|8. Croatia||25. Poland|
|9. Czech Republic||26. Romania|
|10. Germany||27. Russian Federation|
|11. Hungary||28. Singapore|
|12. India||29. Slovak Republic|
|13. Israel||30. South Africa|
|14. Italy||31. Switzerland (including Liechtenstein)|
|15. Japan||32. Tunisia|
|16. Korea : Republic of Korea||33. Turkey|
II. List of countries which have concluded agreements on the exemption of visa requirements for holders of ordinary passports with Thailand and permitted to stay for a period of not exceeding 30 and 90 days
4. Hong Kong SAR (***)
5. Macau SAR (***)
(***) According to the Agreements on Exemption of Visa Requirements between Thailand and Hong Kong SAR and between Thailand and Macau SAR, all types of Thai passports including diplomatic and official passports shall be exempted from visa requirements for a visit of not exceeding 30 days to Hong Kong SAR and Macau SAR.
4. Republic of Korea
NB : Nationals of countries which hold Agreements on Visa Exemption Requirements with Thailand intending to work or stay in Thailand beyond the agreed bilateral arrangement must apply for an appropriate visa before entry into Thailand in order to submit the application for work or stay permit.
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