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Foreigners under the Visa Exemption List who are entering Thailand via border posts at Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, and Malaysia without securing a prior visa will now be granted 30-day visa exemption stamp TWO times per calendar year, from January 1 to December 31.

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Totally still a valid rule,
People from the 51 countries who get 30 day visa exempt entry stamps are limited to TWO entries by land borders in a calendar year. 

The exceptions are; Brunei, Indonesian, Malaysian, and Singaporean nationals do not have a limitation on the number of visa exempt entries by land.

 

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So the Thai Pass is not a new regulation making that rule no longer valid?

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23 minutes ago, GlennFord said:

So the Thai Pass is not a new regulation making that rule no longer valid?

The TP is currently in addition to that rule.

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22 hours ago, Tod-Daniels said:

Totally still a valid rule,
People from the 51 countries who get 30 day visa exempt entry stamps are limited to TWO entries by land borders in a calendar year. 

The exceptions are; Brunei, Indonesian, Malaysian, and Singaporean nationals do not have a limitation on the number of visa exempt entries by land.

Incorrect. Brunei, Singapore and Indonesian nationals are subject to the rule.

Malaysians, Vietnamese, Lao and Cambodians are not.

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1 hour ago, Highlandman said:

 Vietnamese, Lao and Cambodians are not.

None of those three countries get a 30 day visa EXEMPT entry
careful mixing up entry types there's a big difference between a visa waiver entry and a visa exempt entry

Cambodianz gets 14 days
Laotianz and Vietnamese gets a 30 day visa WAIVER (not an exempt entry) 

Those other countries I listed Malaysia, Brunei, Singapore and Indonesia ALL get 30 day visa exempt entries and are all allowed as many as they want by land crossings

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