Thailand visa for Nauru Citizens can be acquired with no big difficulties, as if you're a citizen of Nauru and your visit in Thailand will be up to 15 days long, you can get a Thailand Visa on Arrival right at the border. This type of Thailand Visa can be acquired easily if you have all the required documents ready.
Thailand Visa on Arrival for Nauru
Thailand Visa on Arrival that can be acquired at the time of the arrival to Thailand and lets tourists stay in the country for up to 15 days was granted to five new countries. Starting from 14 April 2019, Thailand Visa on Arrival is available for Nauru passport holders who can apply for Visa on Arrival at Thailand's airports, sea ports and border crossings.
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Price of Thailand Visa for Nauru Citizens
Thailand Visa on Arrival fee for Nauru citizens is 2000 THB. Visa on Arrival fee must be paid in cash and local currency (Thai baht). You will find plenty of currency exchange booths near Visa on Arrival counters so exchanging any popular foreign currency to Thai baht can be done at the place.
Thailand Visa on Arrival Requirements
When applying for Thailand Visa on Arrival, Nauru citizens must submit these documents:
- Passport issued by the the Republic of Nauru (passport must be valid at least 30 days).
- A ticket for the journey out from Thailand (you must prove that you will leave Thailand within 15 days).
- Booking confirmation of accommodation in Thailand (book your hotel on Booking.com or Agoda as bookings on these online platforms are usually accepted with no problem).
- One passport size photo (4 x 6 cm).
- Visa on Arrival application form (can fill in advance).
- Visa on Arrival fee - 2000 THB.
- Thailand Arrival Card (currently needed only when arriving by land or by sea).
- A proof of funds for traveling (at least 10,000 THB per person and 20,000 THB per family).
Where can you get Thailand Visa on Arrival?
Nauru citizens can get Visa on Arrival at all Thailand international airports:
- Suvarnabhumi Airport, Bangkok - Visa at Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK)
- Don Mueang Airport, Bangkok - Visa at Bangkok Don Mueang Airport (DMK)
- Chiangmai International Airport, Chiang Mai - Visa at Chiang Mai Airport (CNX)
- Phuket International Airport, Phuket - Visa at Phuket Airport (HKT)
- Krabi International Airport, Krabi - Visa at Krabi Airport (KBV)
- U Tapao Airport, Rayong (Pattaya)
- Samui Airport, Surat Thani (Koh Samui)
- Sukhothai International Airport, Tak Immigration Checkpoint (Sukhothai)
- Chiangrai Airport, Chiang Rai
- Surat Thani Airport, Surat Thani (Koh Samui, Koh Phangan)
- Hua Hin Airport, Hua Hin
- Trang Airport, Trang (Koh Chang)
- Hatyai International Airport, Songkhla
Full list of Immigration checkpoints issuing Visa on Arrival for Nauru citizens can be found here: Points where you can get Thailand Visa on Arrival.
E-Visa on Arrival Thailand
There is Thailand E-Visa on Arrival online application system that is supposed to simplify and speedup the process of application for Thailand Visa on Arrival. This way of application is available for Nauru passport holders at Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport and three other international airports. More info about the online application system can be found here: E-Visa on Arrival Thailand (E-VoA).
Detailed information about how to how to apply for E-Visa on Arrival Thailand and how to fill in E-Visa on Arrival application form correctly can be found here: Thailand E-Visa on Arrival Application.
There's also another Thailand E-Visa on Arrival system that can be used as an alternative. More info about it: Thailand eVisa on Arrival (eVOA) by VFS Global.
Other types of Thailand Visa for Nauru Citizens
If you're a citizen of Nauru and have a plan to visit Thailand for more than 15 days, Visa on Arrival won't be good for you and you will still need to get Thailand Visa in advance.
In such a case you can get Thailand Single Entry Visa. Thailand visa for Nauru citizens can be issued by Thai embassies and consulates in other Southeast Asian countries, such as Laos, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia as well.
Check our Frequently Asked Questions about Thailand Visa on Arrival and ask your own question if it's not answered there yet.