About Thailand



At the time of the publication of this website, it is not yet entirely clear whether Thailand will introduce a visa requirement again. There will also be several protocols in Thailand that have everything to do with health and hygiene because of the corona virus. We try to keep this information as current as possible on our website.

Before departure, we advise you to consult the protocols of the airline you are flying with on the website of the relevant airline

TRAVEL DOCUMENTS (passport and visa)

To travel to Thailand, you need a passport that is valid for at least 6 months when you return to the Netherlands. If you hold the Dutch nationality, you do not need a visa for Thailand for a stay of a maximum of 30 days. If you hold a different nationality or if you are staying in Thailand for more than 30 days, you must contact the Embassy of Thailand in The Hague or the Consulate of Thailand in Amsterdam before you leave. Exceeding your permitted length of stay is punishable by law.

We point out that you are always responsible for having the required valid documents in your possession and with you. If your travel documents are not in order, because of which your trip cannot or partly take place, you cannot make a claim for this from Rowaco Asia Travel.

Embassy of Thailand

Laan van Copes van Cattenburch 123

2585 ​​EZ The Hague

Tel: 070 -345 0766

Open: Monday to Friday from 09:30-12:00 and from 14:00-17:30

Website: www.royalthaiembassy.org/hague/

Consulate of Thailand

De Lairessestraat 143

1075 HJ Amsterdam

Tel: 020 – 465 1532

Fax: 020 – 462 1543

Open: Monday to Friday from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Website: www.thaiconsulate-amsterdam.org



We are not allowed to give official advice on vaccinations. We do, however, advise you to contact your doctor or the local GGD well before departure to Thailand for the latest information about vaccinations. Vaccinations are not mandatory for Thailand. In general, vaccination against typhoid DTP and hepatitis A (jaundice) are advised for Thailand. Although the areas frequented by tourists are generally malaria-free, there are always areas at risk. It therefore does not hurt to bring mosquito oil and mosquito incense.


If you must take medicines regularly, we recommend that you take these with you in sufficient quantities. It is possible that your medicines are not available in Thailand. Also bring a copy of the prescription and possibly a doctor's advice written in English. In general, the health care system in Thailand is very professional, efficient, and affordable.