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Good news for holders of UK, USA, Japan, Germany, France, Canada and Italy

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Good News Maybe some day they will give 60 days I know, wishful thinking...biggrin.png

I have a UK and Canadian passport maybe I can convince them if I present both :) :) :)

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I always wondered why the Russians, amongst a few other countries, got 30 days and the countries listed above didn't!

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What about the Commonwealth of Australia? Home to the most civilised and cultured people on the planet!

Are we talking about the same island Australia...where they send ages before the criminals and prisoners from the old world?! ;)

Or did you mean Austria?

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Brilliant news. Let's hope it reaches are other European friends.

Sent from my GT-I9505 using Thaivisa Connect Thailand mobile app

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What about the Commonwealth of Australia? Home to the most civilised and cultured people on the planet!

You confuse that with Austria....but we both keep out of the regulation :-(

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Prior to Thaksin being ousted the land border visas were always 30 days.

Once Abhisit got in power the visa's were lowered to 15 days. Glad to

see em back at 30...now if Immig. can do this for others it would be a

welcome improvement for those needing these visas.

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I knew the 15 day rule wouldn't last - they are losing too many tourists. More Thai ineptness ...

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That's freaking good news. Will wear my Lederhosen today at school! And a Dirndl too.-wai2.gif

Edited by sirchai

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Good to see some minor changes/improvements for some people. Am surprised though that this has happened considering the huge amount of tourists that are (supposedly) currently visiting Thailand. Guess it gives the high-end tourists more time to spend their money in the hotels and golf resorts. Shame very little of that money however gets in the pockets of the ordinary Thai's.

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Well yes, it sounds good. Lets hope the officials at the land borders are both informed of the new rule AND instructed to abide by the rule. Fingers crossed.

However, as per other posters from smaller countries, it seems odd that they have singled out a few EU countries, omitting Scandinavia as well.

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