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Discover Thailand: Visa-Free Travel for Indian Passport Holders for Up to Two Months

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Indian Passport: Good news for holders of Indian passports! With the recent announcement of the government’s visa-free travel policy, you can visit Thailand for a maximum of two months without having to worry about securing a visa. This programme, which goes into force next month, is to increase tourism and welcome visitors from 93 nations, including India.

Thailand’s New Visa-Free Policy

Along with 92 other countries’ residents, Indian passport holders are being cordially welcomed to Thailand in an effort to boost the country’s tourist sector after COVID-19. It’s now simpler than ever to visit Thailand because of a new policy that permits retirees, students, and employees to enter Thailand for up to 60 days without a visa.

Additionally, remote workers are now eligible for a special five-year visa that gives them a maximum 180-day stay in Thailand. This action is a component of Thailand’s larger plan to increase tourism and strengthen its economy. Thailand hopes to attract 25–30 million international visitors annually, up from about 24.5 million in 2023.

Top 5 Must-Visit Attractions in Thailand


Thaliand’s capital city Bangkok offers a vibrant fusion of the old and new. Don’t forget to see the iconic Grand Palace and the revered Emerald Buddha. Bangkok is a sensory paradise of vibrant markets, serene temples, bustling Chinatown streets, and delectable street food.

Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai, nestled in the northern mountains, is renowned for its lush jungles and historic temples. Explore the Doi Inthanon National Park’s woodlands, pay homage to the revered Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, and shop in the colourful night markets and regional handicrafts.


The biggest island in Thailand, Phuket, is well-known for its immaculate beaches and exciting nightlife. Enjoy water activities like snorkelling, diving, and surfing, visit the breathtaking Phi Phi Islands, and unwind on the beaches of Patong, Kata, and Karon.


The UNESCO World Heritage Site of Ayutthaya is located just north of Bangkok. See the striking temples, palaces, sculptures, and ancient ruins that depict Thailand’s rich cultural legacy and history.


The Andaman Coast town of Krabi is well-known for its breathtaking limestone cliffs and emerald-green seas. Take a boat trip of the well-known Phi Phi Islands, discover Railay Beach, and explore the undiscovered lagoons and caves of Ao Phang Nga National Park.

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