The Thai Government is taking a phased approach to resuming international tourism.
On 15 September, the Cabinet approved a proposal to issue long stay tourist visas.
These Special Tourist Visas will allow visitors to stay for 90 days, and the visa can be extended twice, which comes to a total of 270 days in Thailand.

International arrivals will have to undergo mandatory quarantine for 14 days, must show evidence of a confirmed accommodation booking, and agree to comply with measures set by the Ministry of Public Health.

No official date is available at this stage, but this could begin in October.
The visa will be open to foreign nationals traveling from countries with low or no local COVID-19 transmission.
Anyone who is eligible must contact their local Thai Embassy in their current location for more information.

The General Booking conditions for the near future are...
if you are unable to join your trip due to Covid travel restrictions at your point of departure or your own home country are you can cancel for free and move your trip to a later date creating a risk free booking situation.

At this current time Thailand is NOT yet open for International travellers but expects to be open to tourism by the time the season in the Similan starts at the end of October
International travel is expected to open soon with the "new normal" criteria that is now come to be expected with modern day travel.
Most likely travel restrictions will be as below but at this point nothing is for certain.


Anyone eligible to enter must obtain a “Certificate of Entry” from their local Thai embassy or consulate.
Requirements for entry may differ between groups of eligible travelers. Some measures might include:
A fit-to-fly health certificate
A negative COVID-19 certificate for a PCR test that has been taken 72 hours before departure
Proof of health insurance that covers COVID-19 medical examination and treatment up to US $100,000 minimum
You may be required to undergo 14 days of quarantine.
Important note: These travel alerts are general in nature, and we will not respond to any comments about specific personal circumstances.
For information relevant to you, contact your local Thai embassy, consulate or airline for any updates on how these changes will affect you personally.


Requirements should refer to each destination country's policy and information on the government, embassy, and related authority's website or IATA Travel Center here.

What to expect in Thailand

From 1 July, some national parks opearted under the Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation (DNP) have reopened.
Visitors must pre-register their visit through the mobile application, QueQ, up to 15 days in advance.
This will help limit the number of people in the parks to ensure safe distances are kept.
Domestic travel has resumed, and passengers should expect health screening measures in place at airports, when boarding trains and buses
Businesses must follow social distancing and hygiene guidelines
Face masks are compulsory on public transport and on flights
Follow the advice of local authorities, and stay up to date with local news to monitor the local situation closely.
Pay attention to your government's travel advice.

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