UnionPay services since January, 2005
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UnionPay services since January, 2005
Thailand – Land of SmilesA trip to Thailand is featuring unique scenery, abundant scenic spots and higher cost performance. Here, you can enjoy clear water and fine sand in multiple islands, swim in pure bays, appreciate ancient Buddhism culture in Bangkok, watch charming night scene near the riverbanks of Mae Nam, and experience colorful nigh life with neon lights in Pattaya. A UnionPay card(card number starting with 62) is required when you visit Thailand for the first time or the N time.
Explore Thailand with UnionPay
• Businese districts recommended:Erawan business district, Siam Paragon Mall/Siam Center/Siam Square, central department stores in Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Phuket Island, Pattaya, KohSamui, and Hat Yai, Mega Bangna supermarket near Suvarnabhumi Airport,
• Food recommended:Nara Thai Cuisine, Lam Charoen Seafood,SomboonSeafood,and Chinatown Street food
• Entertainments recommended:The stage performance in Bangkok Siam Niramit, Muay Thai performance at Asiatique Riverfront, PhyketFantaSea Theme Park, Mae Sa Elephant Center and Tiger Kingdom in Chiang Mai, and Thai massage in Oasis Sp
• Specialties recommended: Harnn/Thann/Panpuri Spa products, local souvenirs at Asiatique Riverfront, and local snacks at Gourmet Market/Villa Market/Big C
Enjoy Thailand with UnionPay services and privilegesUnionPay cards are accepted at about 90% merchants in Thailand, including large department stores, airport and downtown duty free shops, restaurants, hotels and tourism group-buying shops. You may also withdraw Thai baht at almost all ATMs in Thailand.
POS acceptanceMerchants with the signage of all accept UnionPay cards, including highlighted shopping areas like many department stores, duty free shops in airports and down town,7-11 convenient stores, supermarket chains, restaurants and tourist attractions in Thailand.Villa Market, Home Fresh Mart, Gourmet Market, HARNN Retail and Mega Bangna Mall,popular restaurants and hotels like Nara、Api Nara Thai Cuisine、Coffee Bean by Dao、Lam Charoen Seafood, DusitThani Hotels and Resorts, DharaDhevi Chiang Mai, and Pimalai Resort & Spa Krabi, cultural feasts and entertaining spots like Major Cineplex, Siam Theatre, and Phyket FantaSea Theme Park, and global car rental companies like Thai Rent A Car and Budget and Hertz. Since that some of the merchants have yet to put up the UnionPay signage, cardholders may show their UnionPay cards upon the till and inquire about UnionPay acceptance.
When using co-branded cards, you are advised to choose UnionPay as the routing option to be benefited from the special offers and services provided by UnionPay.
Note：Some UnionPay card acceptors or acquirers route co-branded cards to corresponding card shcem according to the card BIN, which means co-branded cards transactions aren't routed to UnionPay without selection by cardholders and merchant cashiers. Please refer to the transaction results for the information about transaction routing.
In Thailand, UnionPay cards are accepted at almost all ATMs in major airports, railway stations, intertown bus stations, 7-11 convenience stores, large shopping malls and tourist attractions, for withdrawing Thai Baht. There are signage and the following logos on these ATMs or the ATM screen:
Please refer to the latest government policy on overseas cash withdrawal via UnionPay cards at "Help Center-Card-using Instructions-Refined Card-using Tips". Daily cash withdrawal limit from respective issuers and/or ATM may apply. Please consult your issuer on the possible cap on the amount. You may split your withdrawals into several times which comply with the limit(s).
ChargesNo conversion fee is applied to payments or cash withdrawal made by UnionPay cards or via UnionPay network. The transaction value in local currency will be directly converted to RMB based on the market exchange rate.
ATM commission fee consists of two separate fees:(1) Service fee charged by the issuer: please consult your issuer for details.(2) Service fee charged by the ATM acquirer in Thailand: some ATMs will charge commission fee at 150 Baht per transaction, which is charged by the local banks in Thailand and which has nothing to do with UnionPay or the issuer. Please notice the prompts and instructions about the Service fee on the ATM screen during cash withdrawal.Cash withdrawal via debit card results in a lower commission fee.
TipsSelect PINs that cannot be easily guessed by anyone.
Never disclose your PIN to anyone who claims to represent the bank or the police.
Be alert to your surroundings before conducting any banking transactions.
Keep a close eye on your credit card during transaction to avoid any illegal activities.
If your UnionPay card has been stolen/lost, please inform the issuer immediately.