Thailand opens its borders for all nations.
The beach destination and tropical weather of Thailand, one of the famous countries of SE Asia is now open to tourists from all countries. According to reports, guests will have to undergo a PCR test and will be required to quarantine upon arrival and will also need to apply for a travel visa.
Thailand had reopened its borders to tourists from all locations with valid work permits, residents and those with families there. Now, the government has announced that travelers from countries can visit and apply for a new tourist visa lasting up to 60 days.
Under the new program, all international guests will have to stay for up to 60 days, however, they will have to be isolated for 14 days at an alternative state quarantine hotel upon arrival.
Those who want to stay longer can apply for special tourist visas that will be available from low-risk countries. As a special tourist visa, tourists will be allowed to stay for 90 days and this can be extended twice, ie up to 9 months.
All travel to the country must provide a negative test result within 72 hours prior to arrival, along with a second test as soon as they land. In case a traveler has a positive test during the test, they must be quarantined for 14 days in a state hospital. One must provide proof of travel and medical insurance covering -19 for the duration of the stay in the country.
The new visas are aimed at reviving Thailand’s tourism, which is one of the most important contributors to the country’s GDP.
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