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Most of Phuket's income is linked to tourism, and it was lost when Thailand tightened its borders and enforced strict rules.
Thailand’s Department of Consular Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs has issued infographics providing information on the Phuket Sandbox and Samui Plus programmes, for travellers heading…
Following the smooth launch of Phuket Sandbox Programme last July 1, Koh Samui is slated to reopen next on July 15.
After Phuket, other places like Samui, Krabi, Phang Nga and Chiang Mai are planned to soon follow.
Effective from 21 June 2021, updated COVID-19 measures were officially announced in the Royal Thai Government Gazette on the 19th in preparation for the reopening of pilot destinations to…
Thailand has made overnight changes without any advanced warning, to end shortened quarantine, vaccinated or not, and is returning to a full 14-day quarantine.
All visitors to Thailand must currently spend 14 days in quarantine on arrival, but now they can choose a more luxurious way to wait it out -- by staying onboard a yacht
Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) celebrated the reopening of its borders for travellers from the Middle East with an intimate dinner event, ’Get Ready For Amazing Thailand 2021’
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The Thai Cabinet has approved foreigners from any country to apply for the Special Tourist Visa if they wish to travel to Thailand.
The proposal aims to attract more short-term tourists who wish to visit Thailand. The additional 15 days is to accommodate the mandatory 14-day quarantine for all arrivals.
TD compiled some of the apparent costs when applying for the TR (valid for 60 days) and STV (valid for 90 days) visas.
Everyone travelling to Thailand has to undergo mandatory quarantine in Alternative State Quarantine (ASQ) and travellers must book the hotel for isolation prior to their travel.
Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has announced a new tourist visa for US travellers to apply in advance and come to Thailand safely for up to 60 days
The Tourism Authority of Thailand has announced the reopening of its borders to travellers from the Middle East with the introduction of the ‘TR’ tourist visa which enables tourists to visit…
The Tourism Authority of Thailand has announced that it is donating through the ‘Thailand Reduce Waste’ campaign to Friends of the Asian Elephant and the Seub Nakhasathien Foundation
In preparation to welcome visitors back this winter, the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has announced a fresh redesign of their Thailand Muslim Friendly App, that caters to Muslim…
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs says that they have relaxed the criteria for issuing the new tourist visas by allowing tourists from ‘medium risk’ countries.
Transport minister Saksayam Chidchob said that Thailand’s top foreign tourism destination, Phuket, is ‘100% ready’ to accept international tourists arriving with the new Special Tourist…