Thailand Eases Entry Restrictions


From July 1st the Thai government has removed the final restrictions for international travellers, including the ‘Thailand Pass’ and US$10,000 health insurance requirements to enter the country. Vaccinated travelers will only need to show proof of vaccination to enter. Unvaccinated travelers will still need proof of a negative PCR or professionally administered rapid test taken within 72 hours of arrival. 

To support the country’s reopening and to give travellers a snapshot of what they have been missing, Anantara Hotels, Resorts & Spas has launched the ‘Time for Thailand’ travel campaign. From street food vendors and spa therapists to Tuk Tuk drivers, the people of Thailand are sending a clear message to guests across the globe that they are ready to welcome them back.

The Thai government also has lifted its mask mandate to both indoor and outdoor spaces with immediate effect as the COVID-19 situation in the country improved. Pubs, bars, karaoke outlets and other entertainment venues can return to their normal operating hours.

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