Thailand has relaxed its quarantine free entry requirements by air for travellers from 45 countries and one territory, effective November 1, 2021, onwards.
This easing of restrictions come as Thailand sees an improving rate of recovery, a stable infection situation, and a higher vaccination rate.
Those that have made the list include far-flung countries such as Denmark, Germany, and the US; as well as Asia Pacific countries such as Singapore, South Korea, and China.
Travellers from these destinations must possess proof of entry registration, proof of full vaccination, negative test result, insurance
covering the treatment in line with the required criteria, and proof of accommodation payment as required by the Center for COVID 19 Situation Administration.
Seventeen provinces have currently been designated as pilot tourism destinations. They include popular tourist destinations such as Bangkok, Phuket, Krabi, Hua Hin, and Chiang Mai.
Venues, establishments or activities conducted in these pilot tourism destinations have to close adhere to the terms, conditions, regulations and disease control measures set up by the area’s authorities.
In these pilot tourism destinations, maximum attendance for activities has also been capped at 500, and must comply with all safety and health measures.