Required Documents for Thailand Tourist Visa

  • Original Passport – Valid for at least 6 months from the date of arrival into Thailand. If it expires within 6 months of the date of your arrival, I recommend you renew your passport first.
  • Thailand Tourist Visa application form (click to download form)
  • 1 copy of passport bio page (the page with your name and photo on it)
  • 2 passport-sized photographs – 3.5 cm X 4.5 cm
  • Copy of hotel booking in Thailand (I submitted a hotel booking for the first night only. I didn’t have to show hotel bookings that covered the entire 60-day duration of the visa.)
  • Copy of flight itinerary showing the date you will travel to Thailand
  • Copy of proof of onward travel (airline ticket, hotel booking, train ticket, bus ticket, or other proof that shows the date you will depart Thailand)
  • Copy of bank statement showing the equivalent of at least $1,000 U.S. dollars
  • 1,600 Philippines pesos
How to Get a Thailand Tourist Visa in Manila - Required Documents
Thailand Tourist Visa – Application Form

Royal Thai Embassy Manila Location

107 Rada Street
Legazpi Village

Makati, Metro Manila, Philippines

Google Map of Royal Thai Embassy in Manila

Royal Thai Embassy, Manila, Philippines - Makati - Rada Street (Thailand St.)
Located in Lagazpi Village at 107 Rada Street (Thailand Street)

The Royal Thai Embassy is located about 8 blocks from Greenbelt Mall and Glorietta.

Royal Thai Embassy Manila Hours of Operation

You may submit your visa application from 9:30 am until 12:00 pm, Monday thru Friday.

Tourist visa applications take approximately 2 working days to process.

You may pick up your processed visa application between the hours of 3:00 pm and 5:00 pm, Monday thru Friday.

Royal Thai Embassy Manila Philippines Hours of Operation - Thailand Tourist Visa
Royal Thai Embassy, Manila – Hours of Operation

Thailand Tourist Visa Length of Stay

The tourist visa is valid for 60 days from the date of your arrival in Thailand. This may be extended for 30 days by going to an immigration office in Thailand.

Make a note, that in the past, the Thai Embassy in Manila required me to show that I had an onward departure ticket within the 60-day period of the original visa.

I had already booked an onward ticket close to the end of the 90-day limit. I tried to explain that I planned to extend for 30 days once I got to Thailand but they wouldn’t go for it. I had to rebook my onward travel to indicate I would depart within the 60 days of the original visa. I’m not sure what the current policy is, but keep this in mind. Even if you plan to extend in Thailand, you may need to show the embassy an airline booking or some type of onward departure within the 60-day period.

The best way to do this (in my opinion) is to book a cheap room in Siem Reap, Cambodia. Show the embassy staff the hotel voucher. Explain that you plan to take a bus to the border crossing at Poipet because you’re going to Siem Reap to tour Angkor Wat. It’s worked before. Once you get to Thailand, just cancel the booking or eat the 8 bucks it cost to book the room. You can extend at immigration and book your true onward flight.

Either way, you’ve got to show them some type of documentation at the embassy in Manila.

Print Shop Near the Thai Embassy

If you need copies or photos for your visa application, there is a print shop on Rada Street called Mackim Prints. It’s near the Thai Embassy. If you walk out of the Thai Embassy, turn right. The print shop is down on the right, next to a Mini-Stop. It’s only about a one to two-minute walk. We needed to get photos and they charged us 80 Pesos.

Print Shop Near Thailand Embassy in Manila
Print Shop Near Thailand Embassy in Manila
Print Shop Near Thailand Embassy in Manila
Print Shop Near Thailand Embassy in Manila

Random Notes

I decided to publish this article to try and clear up the confusion over what they require for the visa.

When I went to the Thai Embassy in Manila a few weeks ago, there was a Western guy at the window arguing with the clerk. She asked him for several of the above mentioned documents, which he did not have.

His point was that nowhere did it say he needed a copy of his bank statement or the hotel booking in Thailand. Also, he told the girl that he was staying with a friend and not at a hotel. She insisted that he show a lease agreement or a hotel booking. The guy told her it sucked to have to book a hotel room for one night and eat the cost when he had a free place to stay. He left, pissed off and frustrated.

I spoke to the Filipina and she said that the same issues happen every day. She said the staff had suggested that the requirements be posted on the Embassy’s website, but it hadn’t happened.

The list of documents I have provided above came straight from the clerk working the window as of July 2017. If you find anything to be inaccurate, blame her and not me.

If you go to the website for the Thai Embassy in Manila, there is only basic information. Also, take a look at this page about visas from the  Thai Department of Consular Affairs.

Here is one more tidbit of information I’ll mention. If for some reason you renew your passport at your country’s embassy while you’re in the Philippines, make sure you bring the old passport. The clerks have to see your entry stamp into the Philippines. Therefore, you’ll have to submit the old passport as well as the new one since the entry stamp will be in that book.

Philippines Citizens

If you are a citizen of the Philippines, there is a second page to the visa application that you need to fill out.

If you are a foreign guy trying to get a tourist visa for your Filipina girlfriend, you need to write a sponsorship letter for her. You will also need to provide the embassy with a copy of your passport bio page, and your bank account showing at least $1,000 USD. If you have a Thailand visa already, you’ll need to make a copy of that page as well. If not, just let the clerk know you’ll get the visa on arrival at the airport. All of this is assuming that your Filipina does not have a bank account of her own. If your Filipina is a businesswoman, then she can probably fend for herself. A girl from the province is going to need you to write the sponsorship letter if I had to bet on it.

The sponsorship letter needs to have some basic info like how long you’ve been together, the nature of your relationship, the fact that you will support her during her stay in Thailand, and things like that. I actually hand wrote the sponsorship letter while there at the embassy. Use some language like, “I will support her during our vacation in Thailand to include travel, lodging, food, medical care, and any other expenses incurred…” At the top, I just titled the document, “Sponsorship Letter”.

The tourist visa is free for Philippines citizens.

Extending Your Tourist Visa in Thailand

If you arrive by air without a visa, you’ll get 30 days. The visa upon arrival can be extended for 15 days by visiting an immigration office in Thailand.

Make a note that foreigners are technically required to register their address at immigration in Thailand within 24 hours of arrival. The reality is that most tourists do not do this. If you stay for 30 days and then leave, it’s not an issue. It does become a small issue if you go to extend your visa. If you did not register your address with immigration, you will have to pay a 1,600 Thai Baht fine for failing to register.

If you receive the tourist visa from the Thai Embassy in Manila, you will get 60 days. This can be extended for 30 days at an immigration office in Thailand. The same applies about registering your address at immigration within 24 hours.

Do I Really Need to Get a Tourist Visa from the Thai Embassy in Makati? Can I Just Get the Visa Upon Arrival?

If you are a citizen of the Philippines, or you’re from a country that Thailand gives its citizens visas upon arrival (Be 100% sure of this!), you probably don’t need to get the tourist visa from the embassy. The question is, how long do you intend on staying in Thailand? If your trip is less than 30 days, just get the visa upon arrival. Make sure you have at least 6 months validity left on your passport and an onward flight out of Thailand. That’s all you’ll have to show the airlines in Manila to board the flight. Again, you can extend a tourist visa upon arrival by another 15 days if needed by visiting an immigration office in Thailand.

Here’s a quick note about this as well. A few months ago (around June 2018 or so) when I went to get my girlfriend a tourist visa, the clerk questioned us as to why we were applying for the 60-day visa and not just getting the visa upon arrival. For some reason, I had booked my girlfriend’s return flight within the 30-day window. So, when the clerk saw that her return flight was within 30 days, her point was that my girlfriend didn’t really need the 60-day visa. She could just get the 30 days upon arrival and save the Embassy the paperwork. I pointed out to her that we may want to stay longer than 30 days so we needed the 60-day visa. She reluctantly submitted the paperwork and we did in fact get the visa. Maybe the clerk was just having a bad day. Just thought I’d share that experience with you.

You’re Going to Love Thailand

Good luck on getting your Thailand Tourist Visa. It shouldn’t be a problem as long as you have all of the required documents. You’ll love Thailand, I promise.

If you have any info to add to this page or corrections, please leave a comment below so others can benefit. Thanks.

Published by Mark Blackard

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50 Comments

  1. Thanks for the useful information. Great to have your insight as the consulates seem to add new stipulations each year with out telling anyone. I only have a copy of my bank statement on the Thai bank’s app on my phone. I go there tomorrow hoping it’s enough.

  2. Thanks Mark, I got there at 10.15 am Thursday with a copy of:
    1. Thai Rent agreement (b) landlady’s ID
    2. 2 Photos
    3. Onward flight from Thailand
    4. Tourist visa application form
    5. passport copy
    6. Copy of my income statement from my Thai bank via Kasikorn APP
    I was asked for a copy of my flight back ticket back to Thailand as well! The printers down the road was broken so I ran 3 blocks and finally got back to the consulate at 11.55. You dont get your passport and answer until 2 business days after the day you apply!
    Then she said you will get your answer on Monday!

  3. Mark, excellent article and just the thing I was looking for. I’d like to ask about the bank statement showing at least $1,000 US dollars. This may seem obvious but I’m not quite getting it. For a Philippine citizen traveling to Thailand would this bank statement be in the Philippines? I don’t see how they could open a bank statement in Thailand until they’ve gone there. So for the bank statement, would that be from a Philippine bank? Thank you, Scott

  4. The bank statement can be from any bank showing any type of currency.

    The clerk said that the amount shown on the statement has to be the equivalent of at least $1,000 U.S. dollars.

    So, yes, it’s ok to show them your Philippines bank account. If you have an account in the Philippines, you need to have roughly 51,000 pesos in the account.

    Also note that as a citizen of the Philippines, you will have to fill out a second page to the visa application. I don’t have a copy to show you here but it asks for more information which includes financial questions if I remember correctly.

    Good luck on getting your visa, my friend.

  5. Hi Mark, I hold Namibia passport and just need to clarify if I can get a Thai visa in Manila. Namibia only has honorary Consul in the capital city and that is 400km from my home town

  6. Tunino,

    I don’t know what the requirements are for Namibia passport holders, my friend. The only thing I can advise is that the Thai Embassy in Manila does issue tourist visas and seems to be a full-service embassy. You could obviously try to call or email them, but I’d say you will probably have to stop by there in person to get your questions answered. That’s my best guess. If you have a friend here in Manila, send him/her over there to make sure.

    Good luck in getting your visa.

    Mark

  7. Thanks Mark, I do have some friends from Namibia living in Manila so I will do that that.

    An awesome day to you

  8. Thanks a lot Mark Blackard. My question is about copy of statement account. Without showing up the copy of bank statement, can equivalent of $1,000 U.S. dollars be accepted in cash?

  9. Hi, I am filipino and have residence permanent visa in japan, and I’m going to Philippine for vacation, and planning to go to Thailand too,
    Do I need to get visa to going thailand, which i will flight from manila?

  10. Regero,

    You will get 30 days upon arrival in Thailand at the airport. That may be extended for 15 days at an immigration office in Thailand. If you are planning to stay longer, you need to get a tourist visa at the Thai Embassy in Manila. You’ll have 60 days, which can be extended for another 30 in Thailand.

    Hope that helps.

  11. what if i have only 10,000 php in your bank account? is that means …im not capable to get visa here in manila

  12. Hazel,

    I can only tell you what the lady there told me. She said you have to show the equivalent of $1,000 U.S. dollars. Or, if you are traveling with your boyfriend, he can write a sponsorship letter saying that he will support you during your stay. He will have to show the $1,000 U.S. dollars in his bank account.

    As a citizen of the Philippines, you can travel to Thailand and get 30 days visa on arrival. You don’t have to get the Thailand tourist visa in advance. The benefit of getting the tourist visa from the embassy in Manila is that you will get 60 days instead of 30.

    Hope that helps.

  13. Thank you for this article. This enlightens me on how to apply for visa to Thailand. Im a filipino and wishes to travel and extend my visit in Thailand for another month.
    I would like to ask about registering the address in immigration. Is that the one in white paper that the flight attendants hand over before the plane lands and need to submit to the immigration officer?

    Thank you!

  14. Hi Lainey,

    Good question. No, the document you get on the flight is the arrival and departure card. When you enter Thailand, Immigration will take the arrival card. Make sure you keep the departure card with your passport because they will take that when you leave Thailand.

    The rule about registering your address is different from the arrival and departure cards. You are supposed to go to Immigration and register your address within 24 hours of arrival or if you change your address while in Thailand. It’s free to register, but you have to show your hotel info or rental agreement. The Immigration folks will give you a piece of paper in your passport that says you registered your address. When you go to extend your visa, they will check to see if you have this piece of paper. If you do not, you have to pay 1,600 Baht. In reality, most tourists never register their address. It’s only an issue if you go to extend your visa. If you didn’t register, just have an extra 1,600 Baht with you.

    Hope that helps.

  15. Hi, I’m paranoid as I only knew today that Thailand requires 6 months validity of passport. I will travel to Chiang Mai, Bangkok and Phuket from 28 July-August 7. My passport will expire on the 5th of January 2019. I’m just wondering if there’s possibility that I will be denied by the immigration.

    Thank you.

  16. Tracey,

    I’m not sure about that issue. Maybe one of my readers can leave a comment and let us know. If you do find out the information, please stop back by and share your experience. Thanks and good luck.

  17. Hi Mark,

    Thanks for the useful info here – I agree the Thai embassy website is a bit light when it comes to what documentation is required. So definitely very helpful.

    I am European, got myself a 6 months METV back in DEC 2017, stayed for 2 months, then had to return unexpectedly. I didn’t return since.

    Currently residing in the PH now and thinking about another 6 months METV.

    Just curious why you keep referring to 60 days. Don’t they offer the full 6 months here in Makati?

    Thanks

    Matt

  18. Matt,

    From what I understand, you can only apply for the 6-month visa in your home country. I may be wrong, but I think that’s the protocol. That’s why more people don’t choose this option. Nobody wants to go back to the West just to get the 6-month visa. Let me know your thoughts. Mark

  19. Thanks for your quick response.

    Ok that’s good to know, I wasn’t aware of that before.

    I can ask them on Monday and let you know what they say if you are interested.

    Best
    Matt

  20. Thank you Mark for this very helpful article.
    I just follow your guidance and i had no problems.

    Everything is still the same as of 31 July 2018.
    Thank you.

  21. Hi Mark,
    Your blog is very informative. I hope you can answer my question. I plan to fly to Bangkok in December 2018. Can I apply from now or should I apply on a date closer to my trip -let’s say, November-? I’m asking because sometimes your visa is approved and you have a specific timeframe to enter the country and if it is too early, chances are I would have to apply for a visa for a second time. I’m asking because now I have the time to get all the documents and submit the application. Thanks a lot for your help!

  22. Hi David,

    I’m not 100% sure but I just looked at one of my old tourist visas and here’s what the rule appears to be. You have 90 days from the date the tourist visa is issued by the embassy, to actually enter Thailand. Once you enter, then your time (60 days) starts from that day. So, if you plan on flying to Bangkok on December 15th, you could have your tourist visa issued on or after October 1st to be on the safe side.

    Hope that helps. If that info is not correct, please stop back by and let us know.

    Thanks and good luck.

    Mark

  23. Hi Mark,

    I’m a filipino currently here in Dubai and I’m going to philippines for vacation and planning to visit bangkok for 3days only. Do i have to visit personally to thai embassy in makati for the visa or I can go directly to the airport with my valid passport, roundtrip tickets and bank statement? Thanks

  24. Hi Khaf,

    If you’re only going to stay in Thailand for 3 days, you don’t need to get the visa from the Thai embassy in Makati. Just make sure you have a valid passport and a return ticket or onward flight out of Thailand within 30 days of the date of your arrival. With the visa upon arrival, you usually don’t have to show them anything at the airport in Bangkok other than your passport and the arrival card. The flight attendants will give you the arrival card to fill out when you’re on the flight to Bangkok. However, it’s a good idea to have your bank statement, your employment information, and some cash on hand in case they do decide to question your ability to support yourself while in the country. As an OFW working in Dubai, you shouldn’t have any problems (In my personal opinion).

    Good luck on your journey to Thailand. It’s a wonderful country and I think you’ll love it here. (Especially the Food!)

    After your trip, drop another comment and let us know if you had any issues getting through immigration.

    Mark

  25. Just wondering if it is possible to to print flight tickets, bank statements, etc at that print shop you mention next to the embassy, using my own laptop. Or do they have computers available for use for this purpose?

  26. Hi Mark,
    I forgot to ask. What is the cost of the 60 day visa? Can it be paid by card? Or cash only?

  27. I only had to make copies when I went there, but they did have a couple of computers the employees were working on. Being that it’s a print shop, I’d assume you can either email them the docs or transfer via USB. I’d say that using your own laptop to print is not an option. There didn’t seem to be any computers there that customers could access, either.

    I printed my documents at the hotel. It’s probably easier that you do the same and just use the print shop for making copies of anything you forgot. That’s my recommendation.

    Good luck with getting your visa, my friend.

  28. Hi Mark!

    I’m going to study with full scholarship in Chiang Rai, Thailand for 45 days this October 15 to November 30. Do you have any idea on the requirements that I need to get a visa? Thanks a lot.

  29. Hi Victor,

    If you say you’re going to “study with full scholarship”, technically I think you need an Education Visa. I’ll throw that out there in case any lawyers or immigration folks read this. The school that you’re going to will have to assist you with a mountain of paperwork to complete and submit to the Thai Ministry of Education & Immigration. You will have to take the documents and submit them to the Thai Embassy in Makati (or any Embassy) for approval. You’ll need to get this done weeks ahead of your travel dates. It’s not exactly a quick and easy process.

    However… If you’re just planning to travel to Thailand on a tourist visa for tourism purposes:

    If you get the visa on arrival (30 days) and then extended for 15 more days at an Immigration office, you would still be a few days short by my calculations. I’d say you need at least 50 days. You’ll need to get a tourist visa from the embassy in Makati ahead of time. This visa will give you 60 days, which can be extended by another 30 in Thailand. That will give you plenty of time to arrive at your destination and spend a full 45 days there.

    Hope that helps and good luck with your journey.

    Mark

  30. Thank-you for this I read and went in with all the required documents and then some.Just last year I was living in jakarta and got a visa to Thailand in two days so you can imagine my suprise when the nice lady told me it would take over a month to process the visa.I was asked to authenticate my passport,iCard.
    I am from Zimbabwe so for the African applicants it’s worth noting your visa will be processed in a month or more and there is a whole laundry list of requirements.

  31. Hi Mark,

    One comment and one question.

    Just recently used your info to get our visa’s to Thailand. One other thing they asked us for was proof of marriage. My wife is Taiwanese and I am from the USA. Of course we didn’t have our marriage certificate with us, but luckily Taiwan puts spouses names on the back of the ID card which we had. Not sure why they need that, but they did. It’s all good we got our visa.

    The question is, what did you do for POOT at the airport when checking in? We told them we plan on taking the bus to Cambodia, which we will, but we hope to extend another 30 days and then head to Cambodia whenever. I don’t want hassles at the airport getting denied entry to the plane.

    TIA

    John

  32. John,

    Thanks for the info about needing a marriage license. I’ll update the article above to warn others. Curious though, do you think they are asking everyone if they’re married as a standard question? I’m assuming it was because you both went to the window together but you never know.

    I’d say for anyone reading this, that, if you don’t have your marriage license, just go apply on Monday and have your spouse apply on Tuesday. Maybe that will work? If they still require a marriage license, go to Thailand and get the 30 days visa on arrival. Like I say in the article, unless you are sure that you will be staying for more than 30 days, it’s not worth the hassle to get the visa ahead of time at the embassy.

    The proof of onward travel is always a hassle with the airlines, especially Cebu Pacific Air. Most people I know buy a throwaway ticket from Bangkok to Siem Reap or wherever is cheapest. Problem solved but you’re out $75 bucks.

    Here’s how I save money, but in my experience it means you have some explaining to do when checking in: I book one night at the cheapest hostel listed on Agoda in Siem Reap, Cambodia. I can usually get a booking for less than $10 USD. Now, Cebu Pacific Air check-in agents want to see an onward flight booking. They can’t think outside that box most of the time. They’ve been conditioned to see a flight itinerary and I’ll have to guess that they may even have to input a flight number into their system? Anyway, I usually have to explain to them that you can travel throughout the region on a bus. I’m going from Thailand to Cambodia via a bus and am crossing the border at Poipet. That usually means nothing to them and I get a blank stare. I then show them the hotel booking in Siem Reap from Agoda. I explain that I’m crossing at a land border. The bus I am taking doesn’t have online bookings. You pay on the bus, just like here in the Philippines. When I say that, the check-in agent can immediately relate and understand why I can’t show a bus ticket. Most buses here in the PI don’t have online bookings, either. You pay the conductor when the bus gets underway. I usually have a printed Google map showing the route from Bangkok to Poipet and I will highlight it. It just adds fluff to my case. As they say, if you can’t dazzle them with brilliance, baffle them with bullshit. I’ll print out a few articles on Angkor Wat so it looks like I have a nice case file put together. This long-winded explanation and method has always worked for me. I can’t guarantee it will work the next time or if it will work for you. The embassy has always accepted my hotel booking as proof of onward travel. The airlines are where I’ve had to talk my way through it.

    Let me know how it goes for you, my friend. Enjoy your time in Thailand.

    Mark

  33. Hey Mark,

    Thanks for the info, I have booked a ticket I can cancel within 24 Hrs, so I will cancel it when we arrive, hope that works and I can avoid all the hassles. We are flying AirAsia, so we will see how it goes.

    As for the marriage license, I think it was just because of our situation. We have passports from two different countries, with different last names. All the bookings, hotels, bank accounts were in my name, and yes we went together. I do not think it is a normal question, I think if you went separately, like you suggest, or even have reservations and accounts in each name, they probably wouldn’t ask.

    Thanks again

    John

  34. Actually in Malaysia, if you will go there it is much easier. No questions ask, no any other documents needed except for return ticket and passport and the form. You will just need to apply in the morning and right after 3 days you will get you 90-day visa pronto.

    In the Philippines, no wonder that this country suffers a lot because of trust issues, they don’t trust their own compatriots and yet make it more harder for them to get out of the country. Second, the people who works here acts like a tiger and they are so suspicious all the time. What work can you get from Thailand without getting busted by the authorities anyway? They need to let the police of thailand do their own thing instead of these clerks acting like they are the person of authority. That’s what I have noticed about Filipinos as well, they love to power play.

  35. Hey Mark

    Thanks so much for all the info. So, if I book a refundable room with, say, Agoda, in both Thailand for when I’m arriving, and then Laos or Cambodia as you mentioned for within the 60 days of the Visa, this should cover requirements? Also, do you know if the Visa process in the same at the consulate in Cebu? Thanks so much. Kate.

  36. Kate,

    The method of just booking hotel rooms to show onward travel has always worked for me.

    As far as the process in Cebu, I don’t know. I’ve never tried it there. Didn’t know they had a consulate in Cebu to tell you the truth. Ha! I’m sure it’s probably the same.

    Good luck and enjoy your time in Thailand.

    Mark

  37. Hey Mark, really informative post. Thanks! By any chance, is the $1000 for one person? I’m applying for a tourist visa with my son, and does that mean I need to show them $2000 in my bank statement?

    And in the “occupation” part, do you think it’s OK to put in there “marketing”? I’m a freelancer doing marketing work (copywriting, SEO writing, digital marketing stuff), and I’m not sure if it’s alright to disclose that I’ll continue working with my clients online on a tourist visa. Or is freelancing work still okay to do with this type of visa?

    Would appreciate your response. Thanks! 🙂

  38. Suzy,

    I’m not sure about that. I’d say that if your son is a minor, they probably won’t require you to show additional funds. If he’s over 18, they might. I just don’t know but that’s a good question.

    As far as the occupation part, it doesn’t matter because they don’t care. Just put marketing and you’ll be fine. Work from your hotel room or the beach and nobody will know your business. Here’s a word of caution, though. When in Thailand, avoid the “Co-Working” cafes / offices. The cops occasionally raid them because they think everyone in there is working without a permit (which technically they are).

    Good luck and enjoy your time in Thailand.

    Mark

  39. hello good day …
    i only have a question i am from Philippines filipina woman..
    i am planing to visit in bangkok i am going to meet my boyfriend there for only 3 weeks stay in bankok ..do i need to apply visa?or do i need to go to makati embassy to apply ..please help me i am curious .

  40. Ellen,

    If you’re only going to stay in Thailand for 3 weeks, you don’t need to get a visa ahead of time. You will receive a 30-day visa stamp upon your arrival in Bangkok. Make sure you read this entire page and all of the comments since you are traveling alone to meet your boyfriend. You will probably get interviewed by Philippines Immigration in Manila as you are leaving. If you don’t have some documentation of the relationship, they might not allow you to leave the Philippines. Hope this helps. Good luck and enjoy your trip to Thailand. You’ll love it there. Mark

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