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New Electronic Visa on Arrival Service Launched in Thailand – Offering Greater Convenience

Providing international travellers with greater convenience, a new electronic visa on arrival system was recently launched in Thailand. Those arriving at Bangkok’s Don Mueang and Suvarnabhumi international airports can benefit from this service and it is seen as a positive step to encourage tourism. The Thai capital is already one of the most popular destinations in the country; the city is a hub for those looking to conduct business, enjoy sightseeing or embark on a Chao Phraya river cruise in Bangkok offered by operators like Manohra Cruises.

Tourists entering the country at airports in Chiang Mai and Phuket can also benefit from this service which will help to eliminate the need of waiting in long queues and filling out application forms or other related documents. At present, the electronic visa on arrival service is available for 21 countries including China, India, Maldives and Saudi Arabia. To find out more or apply online, travellers can visit the official site: