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TAT invites travellers to apply for Thailand e-visa online

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11 minutes ago, upena said:

Arrivals, not visitors - big difference

Tourism is almost up in 40 million per year. I call that visitor, while you may call them residents if you wish to. 

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Only people from 3rd world countries would bother to visit Thailand with a Baht so high...wait—they do now!

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4 hours ago, Matzzon said:

Tourism is almost up in 40 million per year. I call that visitor, while you may call them residents if you wish to. 

TAT tr*ll

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11 hours ago, lkv said:

Travellers decline the invitation.

 

600 baht service fee is insulting. Not to mention 2,500 baht service fee for 24 hour approval.

 

No service fee at the airport or 200 baht for fast track (and that takes about 10 minutes).

But is this an offer/invitation they cannot refuse? Can they still apply on entry? If not there will be another drop in tourist numbers as their evisa website is extremely difficult to use even when u speak and read English in which the website is written. These poor b u g g e r s, most of whom probably have little command of english will have no  f e k k i n chance! Talk about the blind leadin the blind!

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7 minutes ago, SunsetT said:

Can they still apply on entry?

Of course they can (at least for now).

 

This news article is in fact old news, this so called e-VOA with a 600 baht service fee has existed for at least 6 or 12 months, I can't recall exactly.

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