Foreign travellers traveling to Thailand no longer need to register for a Thai passport

Foreign travellers traveling to Thailand no longer need to register for a Thai passport and have US $ 10,000 health insurance from July 1st. That was previously a required. This requirement was lifted for Thai citizens from June 1st but will continue to apply to foreigners.

Suppose if you are planning a trip to Thailand, you must submit your vaccine card or negative RT-PCR or professional ATK (antigen test kit) test results in paper or digital form within 72 hours before your trip.

Travelers are advised that random inspections may occur upon arrival at Thailand’s international airports or land border checkpoints in 22 of the country’s 77 regions.

 

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