Your question: Can I travel from Nigeria to Thailand now?

Citizens of Nigeria who wish to visit Thailand are required for a visa, either travelling by air or by land border. Currently, Siam Legal visa services do not cover the local citizens and permanent residents of Nigeria.

Is Thailand embassy open in Nigeria?

Opening hours

The consular section is open 09:00 and 11:00 (Visa application)14:00 and 16:00 (Visa collection). The offices of the embassy may be closed on Nigerian and Thai public holidays.

Is Thailand visa free for Nigeria?

Thailand tourist visa is required for citizens of Nigeria.

How much is visa from Nigeria to Thailand?

The visa is valid for between 30- 60 days depending on the consul discretion. It costs 13,000 naira for a Thailand tourist visa. A copy of your travel return ticket paid in full is required.

How can I move to Thailand from Nigeria?

Citizens of Nigeria who wish to visit Thailand are required for a visa, either travelling by air or by land border.

Thailand Visa Application

  1. A valid passport. You will need a passport valid for at least 6 months following your departure date. …
  2. A confirmed travel itinerary.
  3. Proof of funds and accommodation.

How long does it take to get a Thai visa in Nigeria?

It takes 2 days for the Thailand Visa on Arrival application form to arrive in your e-mail inbox, and you need to pay USD 80.00.

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How many hours is Thailand from Nigeria?

Flying time from Nigeria to Thailand

The total flight duration from Nigeria to Thailand is 12 hours, 52 minutes.

How many hours is it from Bangkok to Nigeria?

Flight time from Bangkok to Lagos is 16 hours 15 minutes.

What is the visa requirement for Thailand?

U.S. citizen tourists entering Thailand for fewer than 30 days do not require a visa. We strongly recommend that your passport be valid for at least six months beyond the date of your arrival in Thailand to avoid possible denied entry. Thai immigration officials or airline staff may ask for your onward/return ticket.

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