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  1. #8975

    Oct 25-29: Royal Cremation Ceremony for His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej

    Just saw this news item and wanted to pass it on. Looks like the 26th will be the most affected day:

    News article: http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/...mation-8791334.

    SL.

  2. #8974
    Quote Originally Posted by GDreams  [View Original Post]
    http://www.thaiembassy.com/thailand/...isa-exempt.php

    10,000 baht for 30 days. Here it says you may be asked to demonstrate whereas for the visa on arrival as far as I am aware proof is required.
    My friend from Cambodia have been in Bangkok 4 times this year. One time by bus from Siem Reap and 3 times by flight to Don Muang Airport. Last time was yesterday. She have never been asked about if she have money.

    I have been in Thailand 3 times this year. No quistion asked.

  3. #8973
    Quote Originally Posted by GDreams  [View Original Post]
    10,000 baht for 30 days. Here it says you may be asked to demonstrate whereas for the visa on arrival as far as I am aware proof is required.
    Ok, but this is probably selectively enforced. I'm from Australia and I've flown into Bangkok twice in the past 6 weeks and haven't been asked for proof. I haven't seen anyone in front of me asked either, but I may not have noticed. They may also have been asked while in line, I did see some people seem to get out of line and head back somewhere, but I wasn't really paying attention.

  4. #8972
    Quote Originally Posted by Kerrstar  [View Original Post]
    That's a pretty limited number of countries. I'd be surprised if travellers from other countries that don't need a visa, such as ASEAN countries, aren't asked to produce money as well. I'd say that thy may be trying to crack down on illegal workers. It's probably more enforced at the borders. I couldn't imagine many people from countries listed on the VOA list would come from over the border. I may be wrong and they don't require neighbouring country's people to produce some money.
    http://www.thaiembassy.com/thailand/...isa-exempt.php

    10,000 baht for 30 days. Here it says you may be asked to demonstrate whereas for the visa on arrival as far as I am aware proof is required.

  5. #8971
    Quote Originally Posted by GDreams  [View Original Post]
    The cash component is for those getting visa on arrival as distinct form those countries that are visa exempt.

    http://www.suvarnabhumiairport.com/e...sa-on-arrival.

    Visa on arrival is valid for 15 days.
    That's a pretty limited number of countries. I'd be surprised if travellers from other countries that don't need a visa, such as ASEAN countries, aren't asked to produce money as well. I'd say that thy may be trying to crack down on illegal workers. It's probably more enforced at the borders. I couldn't imagine many people from countries listed on the VOA list would come from over the border. I may be wrong and they don't require neighbouring country's people to produce some money.

  6. #8970
    I will arrive in Bkk on October 13 and I just found out that this I the 1: st anniversery of King Bhumibols death. What can I expect that day? No alcohol I guess (not a big problem) But what about go-go's and massage parlours? Is it expected to be a long morning period, or just that day?

  7. #8969
    Quote Originally Posted by Kerrstar  [View Original Post]
    Yep, I've been to Bangkok twice in the last 6 weeks and I haven't been asked. I would think that a family from the US or Australia going into Thailand for a 10 day holiday would not be asked to produce anything but a 19 year old Girl from Vietnam or Cambodia arriving for a month would be asked.
    The cash component is for those getting visa on arrival as distinct form those countries that are visa exempt.

    http://www.suvarnabhumiairport.com/e...sa-on-arrival.

    Visa on arrival is valid for 15 days.

  8. #8968
    Quote Originally Posted by BionicMan  [View Original Post]
    What you guys probably are willing not to see is that the point is the "profiling" of this matter.

    snip

    I still fail to see the mentioned amount in relation to the length of the stay. Which is the crucial thing.

    I will be soon in bkk and, without arrogance, I am pretty sure such a question will not be put to me. And not because I am a handsome man.
    Yep, I've been to Bangkok twice in the last 6 weeks and I haven't been asked. I would think that a family from the US or Australia going into Thailand for a 10 day holiday would not be asked to produce anything but a 19 year old Girl from Vietnam or Cambodia arriving for a month would be asked.

  9. #8967
    Quote Originally Posted by Chresquire  [View Original Post]
    It's odd that you seem to feel personally aggrieved by Banana Boi helpfully reporting on this. You can find a report on this in The Independent from three days ago as well as The Jakarta Post which cites ThaiVisa and notes occurrences at airports and land borders. What's more even the Thai Embassy Site lists currency requirements upon entry for Tourist Visa holders of 10 K Baht per person or 20 K Baht per family, with the numbers being 5 K /10 K for transit Visas or those without a Visa.

    This is good information, and although I don't need a Visa as I will be staying for less than 15 days on my upcoming trip I'll make sure to have at least 10 K Baht equivalent when entering.
    If the source of a national paper lays in a forum with no further elaboration, it is a proof there are lazy media around the world.

  10. #8966
    Quote Originally Posted by Chresquire  [View Original Post]
    It's odd that you seem to feel personally aggrieved by Banana Boi helpfully reporting on this. You can find a report on this in The Independent from three days ago as well as The Jakarta Post which cites ThaiVisa and notes occurrences at airports and land borders. What's more even the Thai Embassy Site lists currency requirements upon entry for Tourist Visa holders of 10 K Baht per person or 20 K Baht per family, with the numbers being 5 K /10 K for transit Visas or those without a Visa.

    This is good information, and although I don't need a Visa as I will be staying for less than 15 days on my upcoming trip I'll make sure to have at least 10 K Baht equivalent when entering.
    What you guys probably are willing not to see is that the point is the "profiling" of this matter.

    All this is clearly addressed to specific categories of "tourists", if and when enforced.

    Unless. With no disrespect but as a fact. You guys are coming from one of those cited countries.

    20000 baht is 500 or 600 $: don't tell me you enter the country with less of that, being also Thailand a market where credit cards can be mainly used for hotel bulls and expensive venues, and not much more, for a daily tourist and mongering activities.

    I have not seen it posted on the NYT or Die Zeit.

    I still fail to see the mentioned amount in relation to the length of the stay. Which is the crucial thing.

    I will be soon in bkk and, without arrogance, I am pretty sure such a question will not be put to me. And not because I am a handsome man.

  11. #8965

    Phuket airport

    Quote Originally Posted by Chresquire  [View Original Post]
    It's odd that you seem to feel personally aggrieved by Banana Boi helpfully reporting on this. You can find a report on this in The Independent from three days ago as well as The Jakarta Post which cites ThaiVisa and notes occurrences at airports and land borders. What's more even the Thai Embassy Site lists currency requirements upon entry for Tourist Visa holders of 10 K Baht per person or 20 K Baht per family, with the numbers being 5 K /10 K for transit Visas or those without a Visa.

    This is good information, and although I don't need a Visa as I will be staying for less than 15 days on my upcoming trip I'll make sure to have at least 10 K Baht equivalent when entering.
    I had a international flight out yesterday and asked directly to immigration what's going on and what's sufficient proof. The answer I got was that a bankbook is fine in Phuket at least. How actual it needs to be wasn't really anything mentioned.

  12. #8964
    Quote Originally Posted by BionicMan  [View Original Post]
    Well, I am feeling sorry for those coming from a poor country and going to Thailand for a job, but I don't think it is the case of 99.9% of the people here.

    So what's the deal in bringing up this topic in here?

    It is also forbidden to have sex with girls below a certain age, do you want to open a debate on this, then?

    Or forbidden to bring or detain drug, will you open a thread on it?
    It's odd that you seem to feel personally aggrieved by Banana Boi helpfully reporting on this. You can find a report on this in The Independent from three days ago as well as The Jakarta Post which cites ThaiVisa and notes occurrences at airports and land borders. What's more even the Thai Embassy Site lists currency requirements upon entry for Tourist Visa holders of 10 K Baht per person or 20 K Baht per family, with the numbers being 5 K /10 K for transit Visas or those without a Visa.

    This is good information, and although I don't need a Visa as I will be staying for less than 15 days on my upcoming trip I'll make sure to have at least 10 K Baht equivalent when entering.

  13. #8963
    Quote Originally Posted by BananaBoi  [View Original Post]
    Bionic man. If you don't believe me search the internet and on Thai visa. This began last week. Another rule to dissuade people coming in to Thailand to work. Remember 20,000 baht to many of these poorer countries is a lot. So far no reports from suvabharumi but it has happened at dmk and other airports.
    Well, I am feeling sorry for those coming from a poor country and going to Thailand for a job, but I don't think it is the case of 99.9% of the people here.

    So what's the deal in bringing up this topic in here?

    It is also forbidden to have sex with girls below a certain age, do you want to open a debate on this, then?

    Or forbidden to bring or detain drug, will you open a thread on it?

  14. #8962
    Quote Originally Posted by BananaBoi  [View Original Post]
    Bionic man. If you don't believe me search the internet and on Thai visa. This began last week. Another rule to dissuade people coming in to Thailand to work. Remember 20,000 baht to many of these poorer countries is a lot. So far no reports from suvabharumi but it has happened at dmk and other airports.
    What's thai visa? Another forum as this one. Get real, please. Word of mouth builds fish from 4 inches to a barracuda.

  15. #8961
    Quote Originally Posted by Stykler  [View Original Post]
    It may assist your case if you post a link.
    I mentioned where to look. Thai visa.

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