You can apply for the Electronic Visa On Arrival (E-VOA) at Suvarnabhumi Airport, Don Mueang Airport, Chiang Mai Airport, and Phuket International Airport.
Application Fee: THB100
Yes, it can be done. The process requires the following documents:
Items that are prohibited from being imported or exported by law are strictly prohibited. Importer of “Prohibited Goods”, e.g., drugs, pornography materials, imitation products or products that infringe copyright and intellectual property, counterfeit banknotes or coins, and preserved wildlife or animals on the CITES control list, is subject to legal offenses.
For the import and export of the “Restricted Goods”, it must obtain a written authorization from the relevant government agency or a certificate or appropriate practice under the rules and conditions of the relevant agency. Before importing and exporting the Restricted Goods such as Buddha images, artifacts, antiques, firearms, ammunition, explosives, fireworks, and imitation firearms, plants and parts of plants, live animals and carcasses, wild animals and carcasses, food, drugs, cosmetics, dietary supplements, medical devices, vehicle parts, cigarettes, tobacco, alcoholic beverages, radio communication tool, telecommunication equipment (as determined by the NBTC), IPR products, electronic cigarettes, or products that are under an imports/exports control policy, the license must be presented during customs procedures.
The rules and procedures for importing the goods for the MICE event can be found in the “Customs Clearance for Temporary Imports for International Trade Shows Or International Events according to Category 3 (f) and (j) Region 4 of the Royal Decree of Customs, BE 2530” and “A.T.A Carnet for Temporary Import and Export”.
To conduct customs procedures electronically, an importer/exporter must be registered as a customs operator via three channels as follows:
For details, please visit the Customs Department website www.customs.go.th and select “Entrepreneur”, then select “Import/Export Operator Registration”.
In addition to customs, excise and other taxes are required to import some products such as cigarettes and spirits.