The more you’re in touch with your ex, the more you’d realize just how empty your heart is with no love in it.
The best way to disconnect emotionally and heal the hole in your heart is by avoiding your ex completely.
However, this change only applies to visitors who have not obtained a visa beforehand, and are entering from the border by land.
It sounds harsh, but well, that’s what the no contact rule is all about. There are two kinds of endings to every relationship, a happy ending and a sad one.
If both of you decide to part ways because there’s no real love in the romance anymore, it’s a happy ending *wow, the irony of it all! If you’re still in love with your lover, and yet, your lover arm twists you into a breakup because they don’t care about you anymore or are dating someone else, then that’s a sad ending for you and probably a happy ending for your soon-to-be-ex.
However, immigration officials still recommend getting visas prior to arrival in Thailand, as they remind visitors that back-to-back short visas are not the proper way to extend the stay in the country on a long-term basis.
This new regulation is predicted to greatly benefit travel agencies as more border trips are expected to be booked with the increased influx of tourists eager to renew their visas.
Immigration authorities further clarified that there is no longer a limit on the number of times a foreigner may enter Thailand within the days allowed on the Visa on Arrival.