How much cash can I bring into Thailand?
Details of the customs regulations in Thailand can be found on the Thai Customs Board website. According to the details available online, you can bring up to $20,000 – or the equivalent – into Thailand, without needing to take any specific action.
Is it safe to carry cash in Thailand?
Tom Vater, Bangkok expert, replies
Thai banks charge a 150 baht (£3) fee per withdrawal. Taking some cash for emergencies and carrying it separately from cards is a good idea. Thailand is one of the safest destinations in south-east Asia: petty theft does happen, but violent crime against foreigners is rare.
What do you have to declare at customs Thailand?
Personal belongings in reasonable quantity, which are worth no more than 20,000 baht in total and are not prohibited or restricted goods or food. No more than 200 cigarettes or 250g of tobacco or 250g of all types combined. No more than 1 litre of alcoholic beverage.
Can airport scanner detect money?
Are Airport Searches for U.S. Currency Legal? TSA screeners often stop travelers for bringing a wad of cash to the airport for a domestic flight. Although TSA can’t take your money, they might attempt to call in a law enforcement officer to seize your money for civil asset forfeiture.
Is Thai baht a restricted currency?
There is no limit on the amount of Thai baht bank notes that may be brought into the country. A person traveling to Vietnam, the People’s Republic of China (only Yunnan province) and Thailand’s bordering countries is allowed to take out up to THB 2,000,000.
How much INR can I carry to Thailand?
How much INR can I carry to Thailand? The minimum amount of money required to enter Thailand is 10,000 baht (INR 23,411) per person and 20,000 baht (INR 46,283) per family. You’re not permitted to import more than 50,000 baht (INR 1,17,057) per person.
How much gold can I carry from Bangkok?
The current tax free allowance is sufficient for a small 1 “baht” (15.16 gram) piece of gold jewelry if you do not import anything else from Thailand. For anything above the allowance you must pay duty at the rate of 36.05%.
How much is customs duty in Thailand?
Thailand’s average bound tariff for non-agricultural products is approximately 25.6%. Thailand levies high tariffs on goods such as: 80% on motor vehicles, 60% on motorcycles and certain clothing products, 54% to 60% on distilled spirits, and 30% on certain articles of plastic and restaurant equipment.
What can you not bring into Thailand?
- Obscene objects/literature/pictures.
- Obscene literature and pornographic materials.
- Goods with an improper Thai flag design.
- Fake currency, bonds, or coins.
- Fake Royal Seals/official seals.
- IPR infringing goods e.g. musical tape, CD, VDO, computer software, etc.
- Counterfeit trademark goods.