Thailand opens its borders for all nations.
The beach destination and tropical weather of Thailand, one of the most famous Southeast Asian countries, is now open to tourists from all countries. According to the reports, visitors are required to undergo a PCR test and must be quarantined upon arrival. They also need to apply for a travel visa.
Thailand had previously reopened its borders to tourists from all countries with valid work permits, residents and family members. Now the government has announced that travelers from countries can visit and apply for a new tourist visa with a duration of up to 60 days.
Under the new system, all international visitors are required to stay up to 60 days, but must self-isolate at an alternative state quarantine hotel for 14 days upon arrival.
Those who want to stay longer can apply for special tourist visas available in low-risk countries. As a special tourist visa, tourists are allowed to stay for 90 days, and this visa can be extended twice, ie up to a maximum of 9 months.
All trips into the country must have a negative test result within 72 hours of arrival and a second test after landing. If a traveler tests positive during the test, they must be quarantined in a state hospital for 14 days. Proof of travel and health insurance covering the length of stay in the country must be presented.
The new visas aim to revive Thailand’s tourism, which is one of the main contributors to the country’s GDP.
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