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Makati City, Metro Manila
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» Can I visit Thailand without a visa?

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Thu, 26 Nov 2015 19:58 EST
Inquiring for Non B visa in Thai Embassy in Philippines
Hi, Im actually here in Thailand, and my employer here will get me a Non B visa, but i am going back to Philippines next week for a 1 week vacation. I would like to ask what are the requirements for Non B for teachers? And how much do i need to pay? Hope someone will answer this one.
Bill Gorman
Thu, 22 Oct 2015 22:17 EDT
Confusing and changing requirements
In September '15 I called the Consulate to ask about tourist visa requirements for the Philipino National. Reply: 10,000 thai baht in an account with an International Debit card, and a voucher from the bank.
Fast forward October 20,2015. Voucher no longer acceptable. Applicant must have an online account with internet Banking. The Intent is clear. The common Philipino is shut out of Thailand. Who has online account? The wealthy phil, for one.
Wed, 14 Oct 2015 01:48 EDT
My boyfriend wants me to go to Thailand, he is an Indian national who stays in Australia. I will be staying there for leisure and for 5 days only and just want to know if do I need still a tourist visa for that? If so, may I know what are the requirements to have it? Any help here will surely appreciated. ;-) Thank you!
Sun, 23 Aug 2015 07:59 EDT
planning to visit thailand
hi, my bestfriend want to visit her sister in Thailand for just a couple of weeks ( we're not sure of the date),
she wants me to go with her,but i don't have a financial stability to travel abroad, her sister told me that she will be the one to provide all my needs including the plane tickets.. what are the requirements do we need to comply? we're afraid of the immigration won't allow us. please send me an email at
thanks and God bless.. :)
Wed, 12 Aug 2015 06:51 EDT
Hi im karen i need an advice
I am karen my boyfriend is there in thailamd hs also filipino like me he wants me to viait there for 4 days only can he send me an inbitation letter? And he told me he will be the one to support my needs there. I dnt have wotk here i am afraid the immigration will offload me. What should i do? Pls help. My email.
Tue, 28 Jul 2015 08:30 EDT
I am a Liberian by nationality. i am a student here in the Philippines. i have a one year resident student visa. i ask my school to excuse me for 7 days to go Thailand to my family and get some equipment's from my family to empower my study. i apply for the tourist visa on July 7,2015 till now embassy has not call me. can embassy please tell me why so long? contact me by email
vaiiisa mendoza
Mon, 8 Jun 2015 07:13 EDT
hi i am pinay i want to visit in thailand for 10 days vecation do i need a visa ? or show money pls, help me here my email.. thank you ..
Shiela Zafra
Mon, 4 May 2015 12:01 EDT
Are u aware that a Thai national has insulted Filipinos and has irked Filipino netizens
Thu, 9 Apr 2015 09:21 EDT
Non-b Visa
Hi good day!
This is mency. I will be processing my Non-b visa in the philippines, can you please tell me what are the requirements? and how much fee to Do I need to pay? and how many days? because I only have 2 weeks, to stay in the Philippines, because I will be needing to prepare things for my wedding. I hope to hear from you soon. Thank you! email:
Tue, 7 Apr 2015 11:40 EDT
Impolite employee
I went to the embassy this week to process a non b visa for my new workplace in Thailand. I am having a week holiday in the Philippines so my new employer thought it will be good to have it here. My documents from Thailand are complete but I was told that I have to get an NBI clearance to have it done. Okay, this is fine. The only thing that upset me was the way that the employee talked to me. It was only 9: 30 am but the male employee talked like he was already stressed. No greetings, he talked in a rush and with an intimidating facial expression. In my case, I would be happy to be assisted fairly and properly but the way this person acted was totally depressing. He is a Filipino by the way. Obviously, he does not have any idea how approachable, calm, helpful and polite Thais are. For me who has been working and living in the Land of Smiles, this employee I am referring to should get a proper briefing on how to represent the Royal Thai Embassy to all.

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