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Top 8 Tips to Follow When Travelling to Thailand in 2024

Thailand is home to some of the world’s most beautiful beaches, luxury resorts, tempting Thai cuisine, thrilling adventure sports, pampering spas, half-moon parties, and much more. It is the perfect destination for most couples as it gives a perfect escape and it not too costly for most Indians.

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The best part is- Thailand visa is on arrival for Indians as a number of Indians visit Thailand every year. There is a lot to explore across Phuket, Krabi, and Koh Samui. To make it easier for you here are some useful tips that you can follow to ensure a safe and hassle-free trip to Thailand. Check-out these handy tips for Thailand from packing, to documentation to travel insurance Thailand to safety, shopping, and everything else in Thailand.

  1. What To Pack
  2. Travel Insurance Thailand
  3. Currency/Documents
  4. On Arrival
  5. Safety Tips
  6. Food Tips
  7. Language
  8. Transportation Tips

What To Pack When Travelling To Thailand

  • Beach Hat, Sunscreen, and Sunglasses- For times when you will be visiting the beaches and enjoying watersports in Thailand
  • Stoles and Scarves- to cover your heads for temple visits
  • Prescribed medicines- it is difficult to find the same one as prescribed by your doctor
  • Trekking shoes, re-hydration sachets and power bank ( less than 10000 MH as per flight rules)

Get Travel Insurance Thailand

It is one of the most important things that should be on your checklist. Try to pack-in maximum coverage to safeguard yourself against various risks while travelling to Thailand. Have a look what all travel insurance Thailand covers:

  • Any kind of accidental bodily injuries
  • Dental treatment required due to an injury
  • Trip delay for more than 12 hours due to medical reasons, airline fault, or natural calamities
  • Loss of checked-in baggage by a common carrier
  • Third-party liability arising due to death, injury or damage caused to a person or property
  • Emergency medical expenses incurred on sudden illness, injury or death during the trip
  • Medical evacuation to India
  • Cost incurred on acquiring a new or duplicate passport in case it is lost during the trip
  • Emergency financial support in case you are mugged during your trip


  • Carry at least 3000-5,000 Baht per head for visa and other local expenses
  • Carry 2 passport size photographs as Thailand visa is on arrival for Indians. Your passport size photo should have a light background with 70% of face coverage
  • Also, carry your hotel vouchers along with your flight tickets and original passport. Also, keep your agent’s contact details handy if you have taken a package tour
  • Your passport should be valid for at least the next six months
  • You can easily get an international calling card from the airport or at any of the local shops
  • If you are using your international debit/credit then the bank may charge some extra fee for transactions
  • If you are going for Four Island Tour to James Bond Island, Phi-Phi Island, etc. make sure that you carry 200 – 500 Baht per person for any additional expenses like a compulsory National Park Fee to the Thailand Government
  • It is better to keep a hard copy of all your travel documents and international travel insurance policy in your bag. It will be useful in case you do not have internet access and need to show it to someone

On Arrival in Thailand

  • Once you reach the airport and have booked a tour package, check your travel vouchers the gate number should be mentioned on it
  • For Seat-in coach transfers, it is important to be on time. In case you are late, you will have to wait for the next coach to get the seat. The shuttle usually starts at 8 am in the morning in Bangkok and runs every two hours+ till 6 pm. Whereas in Phuket, it runs from 8 am to 5 pm
  • There is no time slot for private transfers. However, make sure that you are on time. It usually starts from 5 am to 11 pm. So, if you reach before 5 am, you might have to take a cab on your own
  • Your voucher would also include an emergency contact number in case your driver doesn’t arrive for pickup. Always try and opt for an English speaking driver. You can even call your travel agent in case you are not able to contact your cabby
  • Once you reach your hotel, you can verify your travel vouchers with a local guide to avoid any miscommunication, regarding the inclusions and the activities
  • If it your anniversary or you are on your honeymoon then it’s always better to inform your hotel staff. If you are lucky they can offer your complimentary special services such as event passes, candle-light dinner, or room decoration, etc.

Safety Tips

  • If you are a couple or are travelling along then you should refrain from going to isolated beaches to avoid getting mugged
  • Nightlife in Phuket, Krabi, Bangkok, and Pattaya is thrilling. However, it is imperative that you adhere to general safety tips like not getting heavily drunk, or leaving your belongings unattended, etc.
  • Always keep your cash in different places

Food Tips

  • There are endless food choices in Thailand. You can enjoy local cuisine on the streets, which is comparatively cheaper and tastier
  • If you are vegetarian make sure that you mention it to the restaurant while placing the order
  • If you are having street food make sure that the food is prepared in front of you so that you know what they are putting in your food
  • When trying new dishes, it is better to check with the restaurant about the ingredients and let them know about any food allergies clearly beforehand


Familiarize yourself with some phrases that are used in Thailand:

Swasdi Hello
Mai chai No
Chai Yes 
Mai chai No 
Nee tao rai How much? 
Sabai dee ru How are you? 
Khob khun Thank you
Sanaam bin Airport
Pood Thai mai dai I cannot speak Thai 

Transportation Tips

  • For shorter distances, Tuk-tuks are the best. Rickshaws are also there but Tuk-tuks are comparatively cheaper and easy to get. If you are going along with other people it will only cost of 10 Baht for a single ride
  • You can even take private cabs from the hotel
  • Or book an app to book your cabs at a lesser price

In a Nutshell

These were some of the best travel tips that will ensure that you have a smooth and enjoyable trip to Thailand.  So, feeling already excited to explore this amazing country? Book your tickets, pack your bags, get Thailand travel insurance and leave for your Thailand vacay right away. You can find the best travel insurance plans online on our site and get me in a paperless manner.

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