Browse Regions
Thailand offers SA travellers a longer stay
Monday, 01 September 2014
Thailand’s Immigration Bureau has announced that citizens in 48 countries, including South Africa, will now be able to get a 30-day extension of their stay in Thailand on their normal period of stay. 

While South Africans applying for Visa Exemption as tourists were previously eligible for 30-day stay permits, they can now stay in Thailand for 60 days should they opt to apply for the 30-day extension. 

The application process will cost 1900 Baht (R635, 03) per person. Should the application be denied, visitors will have to leave Thailand within seven days after the expiry of the normal period. 

Lesley Simpson, South Africa’s Tourism Authority of Thailand representative says, “Allowing visitors to stay on beyond their normal period will be a boost for the increasing number of global travellers who have already covered much of the world and now want to focus on specific destinations. It will also be a boost for those coming for niche-market activities; such as voluntourism, health and wellness, or sports.” 
By : etnw
During 1972, Milan, a good cartier replica designer vision regarding Versace's job, together with identified as this woman together with required breitling replica that will northern for Milan. Versace psyched together with without delay boarded any workout that will Milan get started on this way work, anytime mainly twenty-three years old.