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I am an Indian passport holder and travelling from Nanjing to Bangkok to Calcutta (all are connecting flight). There is transit at Bangkok (Bangkok Don Mueang International Airport) for 23 hours, then I have a connecting flight to Calcutta from Suvarnabhumi airport. So I need to change the airport. Do I need a transit visa?

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    Possible duplicate of Visa in transit at Suvarnabhumi Airport - Bangkok – Traveller Jul 5 at 10:14
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    @Traveller Not a dup of linked question because this one talks about transit between airports – RedBaron Jul 5 at 11:18
  • @RedBaron Yes, good point, although the answer in the proposed dup covers whether the traveller can stay in the international transit area or not – Traveller Jul 5 at 11:41
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Yes, you do. When changing airports you have to leave the arrival airport's transit area and enter Thailand in order to travel to the departure airport.

https://thailand.travisa.com/Common/TVSVisaInstructions.aspx?citizenshipid=in&countryid=th&residenceid=us&partnerid=ta&glid=aus&travelertypeid=TR

You can try Visa on arrival http://newdelhi.thaiembassy.org/en/visa-on-arrival-en/

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