Traveling to Thailand at COVID-19: Important Information to Consider
Each day, an average of 700 COVID-19 cases are recorded.
On July 1, the government abolished the requirement that travelers first apply online for a Thailand Pass.
Covid-19 tests are no longer administered to arriving travelers, irrespective of their country of origin.
Travelers who are immunized and enter the country must show documentation proving they are fully immunized. Prior to travel, no COVID tests are necessary.
Travelers who are unvaccinated or who are not fully protected must provide documentation of a negative RT-PCR test or professional ATK within 72 hours of arrival in Thailand. But beginning on October 1, 2022, foreign visitors to Thailand won't need to provide proof of immunization or the results of an ATK test.
What is offered
The islands look amazing. glistening palm-lined beaches, opulent temples, and verdant woodlands. For those seeking a straightforward, visually appealing tropical getaway, Thailand has traditionally been the go-to choice.
Who can go
In order to enter Thailand for tourism, holders of US, Canadian, UK, and Australian passports are among those who are exempt from needing a visa. They are also allowed to stay in Thailand for up to 45 days per visit.
A Special Tourist Visa (STV), which allows for 90-day stays and can be renewed twice, is available to travelers from nations that are not on the list of nations free from visa requirements. An STV must be requested through the Thai embassy or consulate in your home nation.
What limitations apply to entry?
Travelers who are immunized and enter the country must show documentation proving they are fully immunize. Prior to travel, no COVID tests are necessary.
Travelers who are unvaccinated or who are not fully protected must provide documentation of a negative RT-PCR test or professional ATK within 72 hours of arrival in Thailand.
International visitors entering Thailand won't need to provide an ATK test result or proof of immunization beginning on October 1, 2022.
What's the status of COVID?
Currently, the nation is reducing its COVID limits while reporting an average of 700 new cases every day.
There is no longer a need for face masks.
What can guests anticipate?
In recent months, restrictions have been loosened.
All around the nation, there are dining establishments, museums, art galleries, historical places, ancient monuments, spas, movie theaters, swimming pools, tattoo parlors, and sporting venues.
Nightclubs, bars, and other places of amusement are now allowed to reopen and resume regular business hours.
Although a national mask prohibition has been abolished, the majority of urban dwellers still wear them in public places like outdoor markets and shopping centers. The wearing of masks is still required in some establishments and public places.
Thai authorities reopened Maya Bay, one of the most well-known tourist destinations in the nation. The well-known tourist destination of Phuket has resumed its open doors to guests with valid vaccination records. Bangkok's neighboring resort towns are capitalizing on the desire of citizens to travel. Find out more about the current state of Bangkok by reading more.
Source: CNN Thaiembassy