A complete step by step guide to obtain a Thailand tourist visa for Nepali citizens.
- Passport with minimum of six months validity and two empty pages
- Confirmed round tickets
- Bank statement of last six months with a minimum account balance of NPR 1,00,000
- Hotel booking
- Three recent color passport photos no smiling, no cap, no sunglasses
- Three sets of visa application forms
Note: Bank statement is not required if you are applying for a transit visa
Download and print three copies of the Thailand visa application form
It is very important to fill up the form correctly
Pay the visa fee in any branch of the Bank of Kathmandu
For more information and location of your nearest branch you can contact:
166 001 000 49 ( TOLL FREE NUMBER )
01 4414541, 01 4437106
Kamalpokhari, Kathmandu, Nepal
Note: Bank will charge NPR 100 to issue each visa cheque
Submit an application to the Royal Thai Embassy between 10:15 – 12:00 am
Collect your visa between 13:30 – 14:30 pm
Welcome to the Land of Smiles!
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) About The Thai Tourist & Transit Visas
How much does a Thai visa cost?
It costs NPR 3,500 for a Tourist Visa and NPR 2,800 for Transit Visa.
Where and how do I get the visa?
You get the visa in the Thai Embassy in Kathmandu. It is important to have the visa before your departure date!
How many days does it take to get the visa?
It takes a maximum of 5 days. Please check there are no Thai holidays during that time – leave plenty of time to obtain the visa before flying.
Can I go overland?
Yes, if you have a visa you can go overland.
Do I need a photo?
Yes, you need 3 photos.
How long is the visa valid for?
Tourist Visa is valid for 60 days with a single entry. The Transit Visa is valid for 28 days with a single entry.
How many blank pages do I need on my passport?
You need two blank pages, one for the visa and one for the stamp.
Do I need to give a visa interview?
Any special rules or requirements?