- Ensure the validity of the passport for a period of not less than six months as well as a blank page in passport for the stamp.

- Thai law classifies any person who enter the country illegally as violator of the law and applies the most severe judicial penalties.

- Smoking is prohibited in public places and allowed only in designated places.

- Carrying firearms (even counterfeit ones) or white weapons is strictly prohibited and punishable with imprisonment.

- Thai law stipulates that the person must carry ID document (copy of passport or original).

Thai law stipulates that a passenger is allowed to pack cigarettes (only 10 small packs), otherwise he will be punished by paying a fine and confiscating all his possessions.