International flights 

Airports: Thailand has several international airports, but the main ones are Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) in Bangkok and Don Mueang International Airport (DMK), also in Bangkok. These airports serve as major hubs for both domestic and international flights. 

Airport transfers

Traveling by road from either Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) or Don Mueang International Airport (DMK) in Bangkok to iRetreat Pak Thong Chai, which is located in Pak Thong Chai district in the Nakhon Ratchasima province of Thailand, typically takes around 4 hours on average, depending on traffic conditions and the route taken.
Pak Thong Chai is approximately 280 kilometers northeast of Bangkok, and the journey involves traveling through highways or local roads, depending on the chosen route and traffic conditions.
It’s important to note that travel times can vary, especially during peak hours or holiday periods when traffic congestion may be heavier. Additionally, factors such as weather conditions and road construction may also affect travel times.
To ensure a smooth and timely transfer, it’s advisable to plan your journey in advance, consider traffic conditions, and choose a reliable mode of transportation, such as hiring a private car service, using a reputable taxi service, or arranging for a shuttle or bus transfer.
Private Car Services: Several companies in Thailand provide private car services with luxury vehicles such as sedans, SUVs, and limousines. These services often include professional chauffeurs who can pick you up from the airport and transport you to your iRETREAT Pak Thong Chai in comfort and style.

Tourist Visa

Visa Exemption: Many countries allow their citizens to visit Thailand for tourism purposes without obtaining a visa in advance. This visa exemption allows travelers to stay in the country for a specified period, typically ranging from 14 days to 90 days, depending on their nationality.
Visa on Arrival: For some nationalities not eligible for visa exemption, travelers can obtain a visa on arrival at designated entry points in Thailand. This option enables visitors to receive a visa upon arrival at the airport or border checkpoint without the need for prior application.
Visa Requirements for Specific Countries: Visa requirements can change, and it’s essential to check the latest information from the Royal Thai Embassy or Consulate in your country or the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Thailand. Some countries that commonly require visas for entry into Thailand include:

  • China
  • India
  • Russia
  • Nigeria
  • Pakistan
  • Vietnam
  • Iran
  • Sri Lanka
  • Bangladesh
  • Nepal

Before traveling to Thailand, it’s recommended to check online for visa requirements based on your nationality, as Thailand has implemented special visa arrangements and visa exemption policies for many countries. Here are the websites:
• Royal Thai Embassy or Consulate in your country: Search online for the official website of the Thai embassy or consulate nearest to you.
• Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Thailand: The ministry’s website often provides comprehensive information on visa policies and requirements. You can visit their official website at:

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