Thais often go to the United States to work as tourists or as students.
However, some Thais travel to Thailand to work in the country as an employee, to look after family members.
If you’re an American and want to visit Thailand, you’ll need a Thai passport.
But you can get one from the Consulate General in the United Kingdom.
There are two types of Thai passports: The first is the tourist-only type, and the second is a student-only one.
You’ll need to go to Thailand’s Ministry of Tourism to obtain a tourist-type visa.
There are two different types of tourist-level visas: student and non-student.
Both require a minimum of a year of university study, and both require you to show a letter of recommendation from your university.
Student-level visa: $30-60.
Non-student visa: same.
Thai tourist visas are issued to visitors from countries other than the United State.
These visas will allow you to enter Thailand without a visa, but they won’t allow you access to any restaurants, bars, shopping centres, or other public places.
Thailand does have a strict border with Myanmar.
The only other country in the world that is allowed to enter and leave Thailand is Laos.
The Laos border has been closed since the 1980s and is now a police state.