Thailand

Moving to Thailand

Are you moving to Thailand? Transpack is specialized in international moves to different destinations in Thailand. You can move from Amsterdam to Bangkok for just €296.

Please contact us for a free customized quotation to your new destination in Thailand.

Some information about Thailand in a nutshell:

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Capital Bangkok
Population 66.8 million
Currency Bath (THB)
Official language Thai

Do I need a visa?
For residents of certain countries, a visa is required to travel to Thailand and emigrate. Check the site of Summary of Countries and Territories entitled for Visa Exemption and Visa on Arrival, for the latest information.

Our Eurohome Relocation Specialists can help you arrange a work visa.

What should I take with me?

To help you prepare for your trip, we have put together a few tips for you. Make sure that you do not send documents, keys, medication, jewelry and other important items in your sea and/or air freight shipment. Always take these things with you.

Clothing It is important to take light clothing with you to Thailand. Think of natural and cotton materials for the warmth and high humidity. It is also certainly advisable to bring a lightweight jacket or sweater. Inside offices or shopping malls, it can feel cool because of the air conditioning.
Travel plug The main voltage in Thailand is 220 Volt and the frequency is 50Hz. You need an adapter plug if you bring electrical devices.

 

Medicines Check if your medication is available in Thailand and what the maximum amount is that you can take with you. Also check if you need a medical certificate to take your medication with you when traveling.
Documents Take important documents such as passport, visa documents etc. with you in your hand luggage – also make copies.
Personal items Think of your favorite care products, things that remind you of home and other things that shouldn’t be missing when traveling.

Tip: bring a set of extra clothing in your hand luggage in case your checked-in luggage is delayed or lost.

 

If you have any questions about moving to Thailand, please feel free to contact us.