Thailand eVisa Requirements for Taiwanese Nationals

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If you are planning a short trip to Thailand as a Taiwanese citizen, you will require an online electronic visa, also known as a Thailand eVisa, to gain permission to enter Thailand.

This electronic visa system makes it easy to apply for an eVisa to Thailand without having to visit an embassy or consulate.

To receive a Thailand eVisa you must complete the application form. It is a straightforward process and, once it is approved, you can receive it 100% online.

How Does the Thailand eVisa for Taiwanese Nationals Work?

The visa policy for Thailand outlines the rules and regulations regarding every type of visa policy available for Taiwanese nationals visiting the country.

The Thailand eVisa meant for Taiwan passport holders has the following features:

  • It is a single-entry visa. This means Taiwanese visitors can only use it to enter and leave the country once
  • It allows stays of up to 15 consecutive days. This electronic visa cannot be extended
  • It is a multiple-purpose visa. In other words, Taiwanese travelers can apply for it if they are visiting for business purposes, academic reasons, leisure, transit, sports, attending conventions, and several other reasons

Once it is granted, citizens of Taiwan have 30 days to enter the country before the eVisa becomes invalid.

Taiwanese passport holders in possession of a Thailand eVisa will be sent an electronic online visa that authorizes entry to Thailand.

If you wish to stay in the country for more than 15 days, you must visit your nearest Thai consulate or embassy to find out about other types of visas available.

Authorized Thai ports of entry with an eVisa for Taiwanese

The Thailand electronic visa is only valid for air travel from Taiwan and other eligible countries. Therefore, Taiwanese passport holders must use one of the following international airports to arrive in the country:

  • Bangkok Don Mueang (DMK)
  • Bangkok Suvarnabhumi (BKK)
  • Phuket International (HKT)
  • Chiang Mai International (CNX)

Documents Required for a Thailand eVisa for Taiwanese Citizens

Taiwanese passport holders require certain documents and information to successfully complete their Thailand eVisa:

  • An up-to-date Taiwanese passport (minimum validity of 30 days from your arrival date in Thailand)
  • The Taiwanese passport’s biographical page and cover page in digital format
  • A credit or debit card with sufficient funds to pay the Thailand eVisa processing fee
  • An email address. This is due to the fact the approved Thailand eVisa will be emailed to this address in the form of a PDF attachment. Once you have received it you are required to print out the eVisa and bring it with you to Thailand.
  • Airline tickets as evidence of your arrival and departure details. These can be an image or copy.

You will also be asked questions regarding personal details and your passport, including your passport number, issue date and expiry date, and contact information.

Additionally, you will be asked to provide information regarding your travel details, including providing evidence of accommodation bookings.

Special requirements when traveling to Thailand from Taiwan

Taiwanese citizens must have special consideration in the following cases:

  • Dual nationality. Travelers of Taiwan who hold more than a nationality must ensure that they travel with the correct passport (the same used during the application process)
  • Taiwanese children. When traveling to Thailand with underage visitors, parents and/or legal guardians must ensure they also have an approved Thailand eVisa, regardless of whether they are listed on a parent or guardian’s passport or if they have their own passport.

If you are a Taiwanese passport holder planning to visit Thailand you should check the visa requirements for Taiwanese citizens before filling in your application form.

How to Apply for a Thailand eVisa as a Taiwanese National

The application process for a Thailand eVisa from Taiwan involves filling in a simple electronic form that includes simple, basic questions.

The Thai eVisa form takes just minutes to complete and requires that Taiwanese citizens respond the following:

  • Personal details such as full name, date, and place of birth, and nationality
  • Passport data such as number, expiry date, and issuance date
  • Contact information such as email address, phone number, and home address

It is paramount that citizens of Taiwan provide truthful and accurate details about themselves and their trip to Thailand. Otherwise, their eVisa can be delayed or denied.

Important: Once it is submitted you cannot edit your completed form. Therefore, it is advised to double-check the information provided.

How Will I Receive my Thailand eVisa as a Taiwanese National?

The approved Thailand eVisa will be emailed to the address used to register the application.

Travelers from Taiwan should print a copy of the Thailand eVisa and take it on their trip. Border officials will ask to inspect it on arrival, where it will be stamped and form your approved Thailand visa.

Thai eVisa processing time for Taiwanese applicants

Once submitted, your application is usually processed within 3 business days. However, it is always best to allow a couple of more days for processing.

You will also be required to present the Taiwanese passport you used as part of your application for your Thailand eVisa.

Application Steps

Complete online application
Confirm Payment
Receive approved Visa
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