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Thailand, South East Asia’s most popular destination, has relaxed their current arrival quarantine requirements, and announced some very exciting news about openings on July 1 and October 1, 2021… 

Phuket has won the government’s approval to welcome vaccinated foreign tourists from 1 July without having to undergo quarantine. Thailand’s Ministry of Public Health recently approved the required number of vaccination doses to be provided to Phuket residents, making the July reopening possible.

This is a lead up to the Thai government’s ambitious plan to fully reopen the country from 1 October!
From now through 30 September, arrivals with complete vaccination certificates and COVID-19 free certificates will be required to stay in their hotel or resort for just seven days, during which a test will be administered. 

This opens the door for travelers who wish to enjoy a golf or a wellness vacation, or perhaps a workation in one of Thailand’s amazing beach resorts before heading off to enjoy Chiang Mai and Bangkok.

In line with the country’s roadmap to reopening, Thailand plans to see all COVID-19 restrictions lifted from 1 October, provided all sectors continue to cooperate with the government in its containment efforts. Travelers will need only show a Fit-to-fly certificate and proof of having been tested for COVID-19.
Thailand’s vaccination program was rolled out during March, with the prime minister and other cabinet ministers as well as 50,000 people in at-risk groups among the first to be inoculated. As the program gets underway, the country is also seeing a gradual return of events and festivals with strict COVID-19 safety and control measures. The Grand Palace and the Temple of the Emerald Buddha in Bangkok and Bang Pa-in Royal Palace, also known as the Summer Palace, in Ayutthaya reopened to the public in March.



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