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    No. I was never asked for proof. over 4 years ago

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    Legally Yes, Practically No. I have entered numerous times and never been asked. over 4 years ago

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    I too have never been asked. If you are asked, you can say you are traveling Via bus to any of the countries around. You get a 30day permission to visit on arrival by Air or 15day by Ground/Sea.

    To get a longer Tourist Visa (60day) apply in your country to the Thai Embassy. over 4 years ago

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    • I have heard a mix, some airlines enforce it and some don't. I really don't want to buy a ticket since I'm not going to plan out my trip. But also I have heard stories of people being forced to buy a over priced plane ticket to board the one to Thailand and bus/train tickets are not excepted. Crystal Ann over 4 years ago
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    OK, so your question is...do Airlines require you to have onward travel tickets?

    I have flown in using Air Asia, Tiger, Virgin, Singapore, Thai and Strategic Airlines, all one way and have never had to show onward travel. over 4 years ago

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    • Yes, but I have heard certain airlines will make you get one because there is a chance they could be fined for not making sure you are leaving Thailand before your 30 day visa ends. I will be leaving from Louisville, KY and probably make 2 stops on the way before getting to Thailand. Crystal Ann over 4 years ago
    • I am just afraid that whatever airline I decide to go on will ask me. I will use airlines like AirAsia and Tiger once I am there to travel through Southeast Asia though. Crystal Ann over 4 years ago

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