Please can someone help- I'm a British passport holder and would like to visit Wat Pah Nanachat for a few months... maybe longer.Visa
As a British passport holder I'm 'visa exempt' unless I wish to stay longer than 3O days. So before I leave should I go here (link below) and apply for a 60 day tourist visa? just so it's less hassle when I'm there. Can I do this on arrival to Thailand?http://thaiembassyuk.org.uk/?q=node/45
Once I'm there, as I understand it, I can keep extending my Visa (by 15 days?) by popping across the border to Laos and Cambodia.Single or return.
Again, this is only as I understand it: The airline that you travel with can get fined for bringing in travelers that don't have any plans of onward travel, so they require proof before they let you board in the UK. Now, if I bought a single with no proof of onward travel (only with the excuse that I want to travel around Asia- which I don't) would this be okay?
The difficult bit seems to be boarding the plane in the UK because on arrival to Thailand customs only require proof that I have adequate funds to provide for onward travel- like a bank statement. Is this right?
I keep looking on skyscanner but only end up in confusion so really appreciate any help