Thai government extends visa on arrival fee waiver until the end of April 2020

The government will extend the waiving of visa-on-arrival fees for another six months to boost the number of foreign tourists to the Kingdom.

Deputy government spokesperson Traisulee Traisoranakul , said the Cabinet approved a six-month extension to the exemption until the end of April next year. 

The visa fee waiver has been implemented since November last year and was due to expire by the end of this month. 

Source: Nation, Thai government.

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