UPDATE 30 Mar 2020: Thailand has banned entry for all non-resident foreigners. Find the exceptions of this rule and required documents when flying to Thailand.
Issued under Section 9 of the Emergency Decree on Public Administration
in Emergency Situations B.E. 2548 (2005)
Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, all travelers flying to Thailand must complete the T8 form, via the AOT application or in paper, and submit it to the communicable disease control officials at the control post at the airport of disembarkation.
A ‘fit to fly’ certificate is a medical certificate that confirms to airlines that you are in the conditions to fly.
Thailand hasn’t shut down the country, but several provincial governments in Southern Thailand announced the lockdown of the area to contain coronavirus.
(4 April 2020) Due to the ongoing outbreak of COVID-19 all around the world, including Thailand, most of Thai airlines suspended flights for the safety of passengers as the coronavirus pandemic worsens.
Thailand canceled granting of Visa on Arrival for 18 countries and visa exemption for three other countries to contain the spread of the coronavirus.
Phuket not only has beautiful sea and white sand beaches. Thailand’s largest island is also offering plenty of various attractions and activities for tourists with different preferences. We are here to open you the new experiences on the island with the list of 25 best things to do in Phuket.
Phuket is a world-class tourist destination in Southern Thailand that is known as “The Pearl of the Andaman Sea”. There are thousands of hotels on Phuket Island so you will never be short of choice here. To make things easier, we have chosen 10 best hotels in Phuket for an impressive and memorable holiday trip on Thailand’s largest island.
If you will be arriving at one of Bangkok Airports (BKK or DMK) and will be looking for a shuttle bus from traveling to city center, you might notice the counter of Airport Limobus Express. There are several things you should know about this Bangkok Airport Shuttle Bus.
If you are coming to celebrate New Year in Thailand and have 3 days in Bangkok just like we did, there are many interesting things you can do here during winter holidays, such as exploring the old town, trying street food, enjoying city’s nightlife and celebrating New Year at one of the top places in Bangkok. This is a perfect way to spend 3 days in Bangkok during New Year holiday!
Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) is connected by direct bus routes with nearest to Bangkok beach destinations such as Pattaya, Hua Hin and Koh Chang. These direct bus routes from Bangkok Airport are very convenient for travelers who are not planning to stay in Thai capital and want to reach one of resort cities as soon as possible.
Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) is the largest airport in Thailand, serving millions of passengers every year. There you can find several left luggage offices that normally offer not only luggage storage services but also luggage delivery from Bangkok Airport to your hotel.