Los titulares de pasaportes ordinarios de México, Belice, Cuba, Guatemala, Honduras, Haiti y Nicaragua REQUIEREN VISA para entrar a Tailandia.
* For visa requirements in English and Spanish, please click here.
Preferably no less than 7 working days before the date of departure.
UPDATE AS OF 21 DECEMBER 2021: Thailand Pass temporarily suspended, those who received QR Code can enter. CLICK
- Visa on arrival (VOA) 15-day permitted stay (7-10 days at ASQ hotel included) Click here.
Required documents for VOA: Click
- Visa exemption for 30-day permitted stay (7-10 days at ASQ hotel included) Click here.
- For information about the current situation and restrictions in the country, please visit https://www.facebook.com/thailandprd/ and https://www.facebook.com/nbtworld/
- For inquiries about the ThailandPass registration, please visit https://www.tatnews.org/entry-thailand-frequently-asked-questions/ and https://consular.mfa.go.th/th/content/thailand-pass-faqs-2
- * For Alternative State Quarantine (ASQ), please click here.
- * For ShaPlus Hotel in the Sandbox program, please click here
- The Guidelines for International Flights with Transit/Transfer Passengers at Suvarnabhumi International (BKK) Airport, click here
- Please note the medical Fit-to-Fly certificate is no longer requried by the Thai Authorities.
- UPDATE AS OF 21 January 2022: Thailand resumes TEST & GO scheme, reopens Pattaya and Ko Chang Sandbox from 1 February 2022: Click
The applicants are encouraged to submit all the visa and ThailandPass paperwork at the same time.
The Embassy address
(Once your paperwork is approved by email, please send all th physical documents by DHL with a return prepaid envelope / guia prepagada/ or dropping off at the Embassy from 11.00-15.00, )
Time for dropping off documents on working days from 10.00-15.00
Holidays = http://www.thailatinamerica.net/mexico/index.php/la-embajada/calendario
Embajada Real de Tailandia
Paseo de las Palmas No.1610 Lomas de Chapultepec VIII Secc D.F. 11000
Teléfono: (+52) 55 5540 4551
Please check in regularly on www.tatnews.org to stay current on what remains a very fluid and fast changing situation.
A combination of different vaccines is accepted provided that the period between the 1st and 2nd dose was in accordance with the period set by the manufacture of the first dose.
Thailand fully recognizes mixed vaccination. However, your second dose needs to be administered based on the recommended timeframe for each vaccine type (first dose), as follows;
- 1st dose (Sinovac) = 2nd dose after 2 weeks
- 1st dose (AstraZeneca) = 2nd dose after 4 weeks
- 1st dose (Pfizer-BioNTech = 2nd dose after 3 weeks
- 1st dose (Moderna) = 2nd dose after 4 weeks
- 1st dose (Sinopharm) = 2nd dose after 3 weeks
- 1st dose (Sputnik V) = 2nd dose after 3 weeks
- 1st dose (Covaxin) = 2nd dose after 4 weeks
- 1st dose (Medigen) = 2nd dose after 4 weeks
*To be considered fully vaccinated, your 2nd dose must be administered at least 14 days before your travel.
*Those vaccinated with Janssen (Johnson&Johnson) vaccine do not need to receive their 2nd dose to be considered fully vaccinated.
Updated list of approved vaccines
- CoronaVac (Sinovac)
- AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria, Covishield)
- Pfizer-BioNTech (Comirnaty)
- COVILO (Sinopharm)
- Janssen (Johnson & Johnson)
- Sputnik V