The Tourism Authority of Thailand would like to clarify that Thailand continues to welcome all international tourists under the fully-reopen-to-tourism policy that was introduced on 1 October, 2022.
On 10 January, 2023, the Department of Disease Control (DDC), Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) issued “Public Health Measures for Foreign Travellers Entering Thailand” as per the following:
1.Proof of vaccination is NO longer required.
2.Travellers from the listed countries requirement negative RT-PCR test results before departure from Thailand should have health insurance covering at least US$10,000 for COVID-19 treatment that covers the duration of stay in Thailand plus 7 additional days.
- Those with business arrangements, including flight crews and students, may have an official letter from the host or other form of insurance to cover such need.
- The quarantine officer will randomly check the proof of insurance of travellers from the listed countries. If that travellers does not have proof of insurance, the traveller will have to purchase health insurance before immigration.
3.Holders of Thai passports and transit/transfer passengers are exempted from the health insurance checks.
4.The airlines must adhere to related regulation and comply with the guidance as appropriate such as asking passengers to wear mask at all times except during meals or emergency situations.
5.Any passenger having symptoms of COVID-19 on arrival shall be recommended to get a COVID-19 test at arrival.
More information about latest entry requirements: https://www.tatnews.org/2023/01/thailand-maintains-fully-reopen-entry-rules/?fbclid=IwAR2S2BytywhB_zwAbDkEabEoF2SQX8QxM4rtV0hlcj-uut-o-BEt77ka4MA