Thailand eases entry rules for travelers from across the world – Effective from May 1, 2022

Entering the kingdom without the RT-PCR tests are allowed for all travelers. 

Rules for Vaccinated Travelers:

  • Passport
  • Fully vaccinated travelers are no longer required to submit an evidence of negative RT-PCR test result before the departure nor after the arrival. 
  • Covid-19 Vaccination Certificate is still required.
  • Health Insurance Policy with no less than USD 10,000 coverage for medical expenses.
  • Registration via Thailand Pass (via https://tp.consular.go.th/) with the documents above.  

*Entering the country will be allowed upon arriving without having to stay in a certified accommodation and will be free to venture everywhere within the kingdom, right away.    

Rules for Unvaccinated Travelers: 2 Options

Option 1: 5 Days AQ/AHQ:

  • Passport
  • Travelers who are unvaccinated or have not been fully vaccinated are also not required to submit evidence of negative RT-PCR test result before the departure nor after the arrival but must undergo quarantine and RT-PCR test on Day 5 before they are free to explore the country.  
  • 5 days AQ or AHQ: prepayment of 5 days hotel booking confirmation along with 1 RT-PCR test and airport transportation.
  • Health Insurance Policy with no less than USD 10,000 coverage for medical expenses.
  • Registration via Thailand Pass (via https://tp.consular.go.th/) with the documents above.

Option 2: Exemption from quarantine:

  • Passport
  • Travelers who can present evidence of negative RT-PCR Test within 72 hours of the departure and can upload them on Thailand Pass System, will be free to enter the country and able to go anywhere they like. 
  • Health Insurance Policy with no less than USD 10,000 coverage for medical expenses.
  • Registration via Thailand Pass (via https://tp.consular.go.th/) with the documents above.

While residing in Thailand, all travelers who are vaccinated and unvaccinated are recommended to closely follow the health and safety measures. Those who experience suspected COVID symptoms should be tested. Anyone with a positive test result shall receive proper medical treatment.

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