Due to this surge in popularity of using drones to capture aerial footage, many governments have had to create and update their drone usage laws. Depending on their usage, drones are potentially dangerous and hazardous to the general public and air traffic. Without sufficient control and regulation, the increase in drone usage could cause havoc for governments worldwide, especially for popular tourist destinations.
If you want to use a drone in Thailand and explore this country from an aerial perspective, there are regulations you must adhere to.
Please note that these regulations are up to date as of 1 October 2018. For current drone news and updated consider visiting UAV Systems International and the official CAAT websites.
Drone Regulations in Thailand for the purposes of public order, safety and security: