The beautiful country of Thailand is a pretty tempting travel destination to visit with so much to see and do. The best part is that now, you can easily travel there despite the corona virus threats thanks to the vaccine that’s available. Here’s a bit of information on the situation here.

Opening after the pandemic

After the pandemic, Thailand opened their doors to the rest of the world on the 7th of December 2020. Tourists from 57 countries were allowed to come without visa and spend their holidays for a total of 45 days maximum.

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You will need a COE

A COE refers to a Certificate of Entry which you will need to obtain from your local Thai embassy if you are planning on visiting the country. The application for this must be submitted at least 10 working days in advance to your travel date.

Requirements on arrival

You will need a Fit to Fly Certificate with a negative PCR test taken at least 72 hours before departure to Thailand. An insurance that covers COVID-19 is a must, you will also have to undergo 14 days quarantine on arrival and pay for your designated quarantine centre.

What to expect

All businesses follow strict distancing procedures and wearing a mask is a must. It is best that you stay up to date with local news and follow the steps given carefully. All the best hotels in Thailand, the likes of those by Avani Hotels & Resorts have special arrangements in place mentioned on their websites to read before you travel.