Published: Nov 23, 2021
Since Thailand opened 17 “blue zone” provinces to vaccinated foreign tourists on November 1, it has been reported that some visitors have blatantly ignored mandatory disease control measures, the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) said on Tuesday.
Published: Nov 08, 2021
Chiang Mais Doi Inthanon National Park will reopen to tourists from Wednesday as the weather there turns colder. Visitors can enjoy the beauty of nature on Thailands highest peak amid new health measures to prevent Covid-19 from spreading further.
Published: Nov 05, 2021
Thailand’s secondary provinces are finding new ways to revive their economies now that the Covid-19 crisis is easing. Lopburi, for instance, is getting ready to host its annual Monkey Buffet Festival, while Trang and Rayong are preparing for island hoppers.
Published: Nov 03, 2021
Seven Covid-19 vaccines have been approved in Thailand which will not require mandatory quarantine for visitors from 63 countries. However, those who enter the country need to obtain the Thailand Pass under specified conditions.
Published: Oct 28, 2021
The Association of Thai Travel Agents (ATTA) has estimated that Chinese authority may let their citizens travel to Thailand in about one year from now or by late 2022, despite the fact that China is among the 46 low-risk countries from which the travelers can enter Thailand without quarantine from November 1 onward under the government’s plan to reopen the country.