Buddha, Bodhisattva images, or debris are forbidden to be taken from Thailand (with the exception of items being used for worship by Buddhists, for cultural exchange, or study).
A license must be obtained from the Department of Fine Arts for objects of antiquity or objects of art, regardless of whether they are original or reproductions, to be taken out of the country.
The articles have all the necessary documents for the Board of The National Museum Division, Bangkok, or the Chiang Mai National Museum, Chiang Mai, or the Songkhla National Museum, Songkhla.
Documents for license application are:
Two postcard-size photographs of each object in its frontal view (not more than five pieces in one photograph)
A photocopy of the applicant's passport
This must be done at least four to seven days before the day of shipment or departure of the applicant in order to process the application and for inspection.
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