I will be leaving for SE Asia in about 2 weeks, for a total of almost 2 months. I booked a CX flight SFO-HKG-TPE-HKG-SFO, with a really long stopover in HKG before heading to TPE.
Of course, I won't stay that long in HKG. From HKG I have a one-way booking on UL to BKK, arriving in BKK in the evening of March 16. A month later, April 15, I will then head down to KUL on a one-way flight on MH. From there I booked a r/t KUL-SUB (10 days) and then a one-way on JQ SIN-HKG before continuing on to TPE.
All these flights are booked and confirmed. I anticipate that I will have to show printouts of my ongoing flights when, for example, checking in at HKG for my UL flight to BKK. I don't have any visas in my passport for any countries I will visit as I can get them on arrival (I have a German passport).
Still, I wonder if I will run into any trouble with these arrangements. Does anybody have any experience in these matters?
Also, with my current itinerary I will be staying in Thailand for 31 days. I can get a visa on arrival for 30 days and so far have not had any major problem overstaying for one day. Still, could they deny me entry for having a flight out of Thailand after 31 rather than 30 days?
Of course, I could always book a quickie flight out of BKK to, say, SIN for a few days. Still, I'd rather not unless I have to.
Thanks for your input.