Visa Guide

Thailand Visa Guide

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How to get Thailand Visa on Pakistani Passport?

Thailand visa can be obtained from Embassy of Thailand in Islamabad or Consulate General of Thailand in Karachi. If it’s your first time you must visit Embassy or Consulate in-person. If you have visited Thailand at-least once then you may apply through Gerrys.

Required Documents

  • Covering Letter
    Visa request letter.
  • Visa Application Form
    Two visa application forms typed or filled in capital letters. Download Form
  • Two Recent Photographs
    Two color passport size photographs (3.5×4.5 cm) of the applicant (two photos of each child also required if accompanied in the same passport).
  • Original Passport & Copies
    Original Passports along with photocopies of first four pages. Passport must be valid for at least for six months.
  • Letter from Employer
    Reference Letter from the applicant’s present employer/office, describing applicant’s job duration of service, income etc.
  • Bank Statement
    Personal 6 month bank statement (if the applicant wishes to provide company’s bank statement instead, an additional letter from the bank confirming the applicant’s ownership of the said company will be requested.
  • Confirmed Return/Onward Air-Ticket
    Confirmed Round trip ticket.
  • CNIC Copy
    Photocopy of CNIC on A4 paper size.
  • Blank Cancelled Cheque (new requirement)
    Get your blank cheque cancelled from bank before submitting.
  • Affidavit
    If you are applying for first time or if it’s been five years you didn’t travel to Thailand then you need affidavit, affidavit can be obtain from court.
  • Business Registration & NTN Certificate
    This is required if you are self-employed.
  • MRC or FRC
    Marriage registration certificate or Family registration certificate is required if you are applying with your wife. MRC & FRC can be obtained from Nadra.
  • Child Birth Certificate
    Birth Certificate of each child is required if you are travelling with your child(ren).

Visa Fees

Transit Visa (Single Entry): Rs: 4,000
Transit Visa (Double Entry): Rs: 8,000
Transit Visa (Tripe Entry): Rs: 12,000

Tourist Visa (Single Entry): Rs: 5,000
Tourist Visa (Multiple Entry): Rs: 25,000

Note: Visa fee can be changed at any time.

Processing Time

At-least five working days.


All visitors to Thailand must be in possession of minimum US$500 or equivalent to that amount in any major currency. Anyone who fails to comply with this regulation, may be refused to enter Thailand by Thai Immigration authority at the port of entry.

Thai Embassy in Islamabad

Phone: (051) 8431270
E-mail: royalthaiembassyislamabad@gmail.com
Visa Submission: 9.00am – 11.30am (Mon-Fri)
Visa Delivery: 02.00pm – 03.30pm (Mon-Fri)
Address: Street 10, Ramna 5 Diplomatic Enclave, Islamabad, Islamabad Capital Territory.
Website: https://islamabad.thaiembassy.org

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Thai Consulate in Karachi

Phone: (021) 35855405
E-mail: apipan@hotmail.com
Visa Submission: 8.30am – 10.30am (Mon-Fri)
Visa Delivery: 11.00am – 12.00pm (Mon-Fri)
Address: 151، Main Khayaban-e-Hafiz, Phase-VI Phase 6 DHA, Karachi, Karachi City, Sindh 75500
Website: https://karachi.thaiembassy.org

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Short Intro of Thailand

Thailand is one of the most beautiful country it’s known for beautiful beaches and islands.

Travelers around the world flock to Thailand for the beaches that it offers, there are over 2,000 miles of coastline and 8,000 islands to choose from with many have luxurious white sand, endearing warm water and beautiful scenery.

Thailand is a Southeast Asian country. It’s known for tropical beaches, opulent royal palaces, ancient ruins and ornate temples displaying figures of Buddha. In Bangkok, the capital, an ultramodern cityscape rises next to quiet canalside communities and the iconic temples of Wat Arun, Wat Pho and the Emerald Buddha Temple (Wat Phra Kaew). Nearby beach resorts include bustling Pattaya and fashionable Hua Hin.

Capital: Bangkok
Dialing code: +66
Currency: Thai Baht
Cities of interest: Bangkok, Phuket, Phi Phi Islands, Karabi, Pattaya, Koh Samui, Koh Phangan and more
Official language: Thai

Tourism in Thailand

Tourism is a major economic contributor to the Kingdom of Thailand. Estimates of tourism revenue directly contributing to the Thai GDP of 12 trillion baht range from one trillion baht (2013) 2.53 trillion baht (2016), the equivalent of 9% to 17.7% of GDP. When including indirect travel and tourism receipts, the 2014 total is estimated to be the equivalent of 19.3% (2.3 trillion baht) of Thailand’s GDP. The actual contribution of tourism to GDP is lower than these percentages because GDP is measured in value added not revenue. The valued added of the Thailand’s tourism industry is not known (value added is revenue less purchases of inputs). According to the secretary-general of the Office of the National Economic and Social Development Council speaking in 2019, the government projects that the tourism sector will account for 30% of Thailand’s GDP by 2030, up from 20% in 2019.

Places to See in Thailand

  • Bangkok
  • Pattaya
  • Phuket
  • Koh Phi Phi
  • Krabi
  • Koh Samui
  • Koh Phangan
  • Koh Tao
  • Chiang Mai

Note: Koh means Island.

Areas to Stay in Thailand

  • Bangkok
    Khansan road is backpackers’ favorite place and good for local food, cheap accommodation & nightlife. Sukhumvit area between Nana BTS station & Asok BTS station is famous place to stay.
  • Phuket
    There are many beaches to stay but I recommend you to stay at Patong Beach. This is perfect area for everything, eg: for entertainment, food, attractions, etc. You can rent a motorbike and enjoy a day time ride to caron and other beaches.
  • Koh Phi Phi
    Take a small cruise ticket from any tour shop from Phuket for Koh Phi Phi, when you arrive in Phi Phi, don’t forget to book a day tour for next day. This is very small place, walk on streets to have fun, no transport on this island. After two nights stay you can move on to Krabi, Koh Phangan, Koh Samui and/or Koh Tao.
  • Koh Tao / Koh Nang Yuan
    Small and very beautiful island. As soon as you arrive don’t forget to book tour for next day. Usually, tour includes “Koh Nang Yuan”, this is very small island beside Koh Tao.

I’ve visited all of above but if you have short time then I recommend you above in bold text.


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