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Single entry visa for Thailand and Cambodia

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A couple of days ago, the Acmecs Single Visa came into being with which tourists can visit both Thailand and Cambodia without having to apply for a separate visa for each country.

However, visa fees still need to be paid in both countries with Thailand proposing to charge 1,000 Baht for entry into Thailand. Tourists can however apply for the visa at either Embassy.

The only thing which strikes me as being a little odd about this is that tourists only need a visa to enter Thailand if they propose to stay longer than 30 days. The fee for a 60 day tourist visa currently costs 30 Euros on this side of the pond. 1,000 Baht however is only 25 Euros. Therefore, applying for the Acmecs visa would mean saving five Euros on the deal. One could simply skip going to Cambodia.

More info on the subject here: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/national/Single-entry-visa-for-Thailand-Cambodia-30196863.html

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