For holders of diplomatic and official passports:

Visa is not required for stays of up to 90 days from the date of entry

For holders of national passports and other travel documents:

Visa is required


Holders of an emergency travel document in transit require a visa


Citizens of the Republic of Serbia can enter Thailand if they have a visa. Through the Test and go program, there is no quarantine for those who have received the full dose of the vaccine, with the obligation to perform a PCR test on arrival and an antigen test on their 5th day of stay. If they do not have the vaccine or full vaccination, foreigners go to the Alternative quarantine for 5 days to a hotel on the list and a test is also being performed on the 1st and 4th or 5th day of stay. An insurance policy is required to cover medical expenses of a minimum of $ 20,000.00. The so-called Thailand pass and other documents are also required.
Since a visa is required to enter Thailand, and having in mind constant changes regarding Covid entry regimes, it is necessary to contact the nearest Embassy of Thailand or the Honorary Consulate of Thailand in Belgrade.



For visas and other information, please contact the Thai Honorary Consulate in Belgrade or the Embassy of Thailand in Athens, Greece. For the purpose of tourist travel, the remaining period of passport validity must be at least 6 months longer than the requested period of stay for which a visa is required, or at least 18 months for the purpose of regulating one’s stay.

Upon entry, travellers should declare any cash amount over 20,000 US dollars at the customs.



No social security agreement has been concluded.



HEALTH SITUATION — Given the tropical climate, infectious diseases sometimes appear, especially in the country’s interior. For this reason, food should be consumed only in verified places. 

SECURITY SITUATION — The general security situation in Thailand is stable. Minor terrorist attacks are reported periodically, which has increased the presence of the army. Security forces have additional authority, thus, restrictions on movement in certain zones are possible, as well as searches for weapons. The state of emergency was lifted in Thailand on 1 April 2015, except in the southern part of the country, in the provinces or parts of the provinces of Pattani, Yala, Narathiwat, and Songkhla, as well as in the areas around the border with Cambodia.

Citizens of the Republic of Serbia, who reside in or intend to travel to Thailand, should be careful and avoid staying in areas in an active state of emergency and attending or moving close to mass gatherings, especially if they are of a political nature. Personal documents and money should be kept safe given the risk of robbery and pickpocketing. Anyone who becomes a target of a robbery should contact the police at 191.

TRANSPORT — The largest airports in Thailand are in Bangkok and the island of Phuket.

OTHER INFORMATION — The national currency is the baht (in February 2021, 1 euro was about 36 baht). Tourist Information Centre:


Contact information:

For consular assistance and protection while in Thailand, please contact the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Jakarta (Indonesia), which covers Thailand on a non-residential basis, at one of the following telephone numbers: 00 62 21 31 43 560, 00 62 21 31 43 720, or e-mail: