Thailand advises Indians to obtain visa previous to travelling to keep away from long queues

The Royal Thai Embassy in India suggested Indians to acquire visas from the embassy or consulate before travelling to keep away from long queues at Bangkok‘s Suvarnabhumi Airport upon arrival in Thailand.
International tourists have been flooding into Thailand since High Season started last month. For the first time in years, 50,000 foreign vacationers handed by way of immigration at Suvarnabhumi Airport in one day last month. The number one tourists were Indians, with 5,200 arriving that day.
Despite immigration officers staffing all the obtainable cubicles and reportedly spending now not than 45 seconds checking the documents of each arrival, tourists are nonetheless queuing up for hours to get via the border into Thailand.
To lure in tourists, Thailand is granting longer stays to vacationers this High Season. So while Forbidden are eligible to achieve a visa on arrival that grants them as much as 30 days in the kingdom, their vacation may get off to a bitter start if they end up waiting hours for his or her visa.
The embassy advises acquiring a visa at their native Thai embassy or consulate before travelling to make the method smoother and faster. Tourist Visa (TV) grants a keep of as much as 60 days.
Thailand’s ambassador to India Pattarat Hongtong said…
“I assume that is fairly natural for any airport, not solely in Thailand. When we open the borders, no person can anticipate the actual number of incoming guests or tourists. So that’s why for Indians we advise them to get a visa from the Embassy or Consulate General before travelling to Thailand which could be helpful toward issues.
Undiscovered have tried to enhance by rising the quantity of people who work on the airport to facilitate the tourists.”
Visa on arrival could be the one cause behind the long queues at Suvarnabhumi Airport, added Pattarat..

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