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Thai extended visa

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On my many trips to Thailand, I usually stay only the 30 days the free visa allows. However, I would like to stay an additional 3-5 days on my next trip. I know I have seen in the airport that there is a 500 B fine per day if you have extended your stay. Has anyone been through this experience on your departure? Is it consider a big offence to do this? Does it take much time to pay the fine and be on your way?

I know to extend your visa while in Thailand takes time and $60 US. It is not an option to do a border run. It just seems easier and cheaper to pay the fine at the airport. I just don't know if it's acceptable and since I make 2 trips a year, don't want to jeopardize my trips. Any input would be appreciated.

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