Not entirely sure what kind of problems you are thinking of but no you shouldn't have any problems. I booked a one way ticket there last year around November time and didn't get asked any questions about it at immigration control.
Okeydoke cheers, i think it's the airlines that can be funny with you sometimes, i might just grab a return as the difference isn't much.
Hi! I thought about it as well last week since I'm flying to Bangkok in September via one way ticket. The airline you are flying with can ask you for a return flight or another flight out of Thailand. There are a few things you can do: 1. go to a fake ticket site and print a fake flight ticket.
2. Book a cheap flight to e.g. singapore and let it expire.
3. Search for a full refundable ticket, book that and then cancel it.
4. Book a train or a bus to laos, or any other country near thailand.
5. or you can just take a chance, go to the airport, if they ask you, explain your travel plans and if they'll not accept that you could book a flight online at the airport, but make sure that you don't get there too late (in case you have to look for flights).
I hope this wasn't too much. Just had to deal with the different options myself since I'm going there. Safe trip :)
Cheers mate, ill keep that in mind in the future, i got a return in the end as it was only a little extra, saves any hassle, have a good one too :)
I always bought one ways. Never had problems.
It is not wise to try entering a country with out a ticket out. They can refuse you entry, even if they don't often ask. Also some airlines will not even let you get on the flight if a ticket agent asks to see your return ticket and you don't have one. The airline is liable to fly you out if immigration stops you. I was denied boarding just before a flight to another country one time because of having only a one way ticket, luckily I bought a ticket online just before the flight left. I suggest you buy a cheap one way ticket to Singapore or a neighboring country. You don't need to use it but it gives you insurance in case they ask.
I've done it several times without any problems...