Requirements for Foreigners travelling to Thailand during COVID-19 travel restriction and FAQ on Thailand Pass from 1 November 2021

Requirements for Foreigners travelling to Thailand during COVID-19 travel restriction and FAQ on Thailand Pass from 1 November 2021

9 Jul 2020

Schemes for Entering Thailand from the United Kingdom and Ireland and FAQ on Thailand Pass 

Effective from 1 November 2021

I. Travellers FULLY VACCINATED

Thai Nationals

Foreigners

Must have been any eligilble countries (exempted for quarantine) consecutively for at least 21 consecutive days  (including staying in multiple eligible countries for a total of 21 consecutive days) before travelling to Thailand

(except those with a proof of permanent resident in Thailand)

1

Book an air ticket from the UK or Ireland to Thailand *

[Currently, domestic transit flights are still not allowed except the designated “seal route” flight to Samui. Therefore, it is recommended to book an international route to enter your final destination in Thailand.]

1

Book an air ticket from the UK or Ireland to Thailand *

[Currently, domestic transit flights are still not allowed except the designated “seal route” flight to Samui. Therefore, it is recommended to book an international route to enter your final destination in Thailand.]

2

Travellers are required to have negative RT-PCR test result tested within 72 hours before departure.

2

Travellers are required to have negative RT-PCR test result tested within 72 hours before departure.

3

Official vaccine certificate or passport (or other official document to certify full vaccination), which certifies that the traveller had received all required doses of vaccine no less than 14 days before departure. Travellers could only travel from day 15 onwards.

3

Official vaccine certificate or passport (or other official document to certify full vaccination), which certifies that the traveller had received all required doses of vaccine no less than 14 days before departure. Travellers could only travel from day 15 onwards.

Travellers who have recovered from being infected by COVID-19 are eligible if they have received 1 dose of vaccine within 3 months after being infected (no less than 14 days before departure) by providing a medical certificate or letter confirming their recovery from the infection.

Travellers who have recovered from being infected by COVID-19 are eligible if they have received 1 dose of vaccine within 3 months after being infected (no less than 14 days before departure) by providing a medical certificate or letter confirming their recovery from the infection.

4

One (1) night Alternative Quarantine or SHA+ hotel reservation confirmation and receipt to wait for the negative RT-PCR test results. (The hotel must provide pick up transportation from the airport since travellers are not allowed to travel to the hotel on their own.)

4

One (1) night Alternative Quarantine or SHA+ hotel reservation confirmation and receipt to wait for the negative RT-PCR test results. (The hotel must provide pick up transportation from the airport since travellers are not allowed to travel to the hotel on their own)

5

Register for the “Thailand Pass” at tp.consular.go.th for at least 7 business days prior to departure. The Department of Disease Control of Thailand will consider all the vaccine certificates or passports. Once approved, travellers will receive a “Thailand Pass QR Code” to enter Thailand.

(Remarks The “Thailand Pass” will be approved by the central authorities in Thailand NOT the Royal Thailand Embassy. Therefore, please allow sufficient time for approval after registering for the “Thailand Pass”.)

*** Thailand Pass will be open for registration on 1 November 2021. Those who arrive in Thailand on 1 November 2021 can still use the Certificate of Entry (COE) approved by the Royal Thai Embassy to enter Thailand.***

5

Register for the “Thailand Pass” at tp.consular.go.th for at least 7 business days prior to departure. The Department of Disease Control of Thailand will consider all the vaccine certificates or passports. Once approved, travellers will receive a “Thailand Pass QR Code” to enter Thailand.

(Remarks The “Thailand Pass” will be approved by the central authorities in Thailand NOT the Royal Thailand Embassy. Therefore, please allow sufficient time for approval after registering for the “Thailand Pass”.)

*** Thailand Pass will be open for registration on 1 November 2021. Those who arrive in Thailand on 1 November 2021 can still use the Certificate of Entry (COE) approved by the Royal Thai Embassy to enter Thailand.***

6

Thai nationals do not need to provide any health insurance.

6

Foreigners need to provide health insurance with a minimum treatment coverage of 50,000 USD or equivalent in any other currencies.

7

Thai nationals, with a valid Thai passport or emergency travel document or emergency passport, do not need a visa to enter Thailand. Thai nationals travelling with a foreign passport will need to apply for a visa and prepare all required documents as foreigners travelling into Thailand.

7

Foreigners of a national eligible for the 30-days visa exemption scheme planning to stay over 30 days will have to apply for a visa to enter Thailand at thaievisa.go.th. Please apply for a visa at least 4 weeks in advance before departure.

 

 

 

 

II. Travellers who are NOT FULLY VACCINATED

Thai Nationals

Foreigners

Must have been in the UK or Ireland for at least 21 consecutive days before travelling to Thailand

(except those with a proof of permanent resident in Thailand)

1

Book an air ticket from the UK or Ireland to Thailand *

[Currently, domestic transit flights are still not allowed except the designated “seal route” flight to Samui. Therefore, it is recommended to book an international route to enter your final destination in Thailand.]

1

Book an air ticket from the UK or Ireland to Thailand *

[Currently, domestic transit flights are still not allowed except the designated “seal route” flight to Samui. Therefore, it is recommended to book an international route to enter your final destination in Thailand.]

2

Travellers are recommended to have negative RT-PCR test result tested within 72 hours before departure.

2

Travellers are required to have negative RT-PCR test result tested within 72 hours before departure.

3

Ten (10) nights Alternative Quarantine or SHA+ hotel reservation confirmation and receipt to wait for the negative RT-PCR test results. (The hotel must provide pick up transportation from the airport since travellers are not allowed to travel to the hotel on their own.)

3

Ten (10) nights Alternative Quarantine or SHA+ hotel reservation confirmation and receipt to wait for the negative RT-PCR test results. (The hotel must provide pick up transportation from the airport since travellers are not allowed to travel to the hotel on their own.)

4

Register for the “Thailand Pass” at tp.consular.go.th for at least 7 business days prior to departure. (Remarks The “Thailand Pass” will be approved by the central authorities in Thailand NOT the Royal Thailand Embassy. Therefore, please allow sufficient time for approval after registering for the “Thailand Pass”.)

*** Thailand Pass will be open for registration on 1 November 2021. Those who arrive in Thailand on 1 November 2021 can still use the Certificate of Entry (COE) approved by the Royal Thai Embassy to enter Thailand.***

4

Register for the “Thailand Pass” at tp.consular.go.th for at least 7 days prior to departure. (Remarks The “Thailand Pass” will be approved by the central authorities in Thailand NOT the Royal Thailand Embassy. Therefore, please allow sufficient time for approval after registering for the “Thailand Pass”.)

*** Thailand Pass will be open for registration on 1 November 2021. Those who arrive in Thailand on 1 November 2021 can still use the Certificate of Entry (COE) approved by the Royal Thai Embassy to enter Thailand. ***

5

Thai nationals do not need to provide any health insurance.

5

Need to provide a health insurance with a minimum treatment coverage of 50,000 USD or equivalent in any other currencies.

6

Thai nationals, with a valid Thai passport or emergency travel document or emergency passport, do not need a visa to enter Thailand. Thai nationals travelling with a foreign passport will need to apply for a visa and prepare document required as foreigners travelling into Thailand.

6

Foreigners of a national eligible for the 30-days visa exemption scheme planning to stay over 30 days will have to apply for a visa to enter Thailand at thaievisa.go.th. Please apply for a visa at least 4 weeks in advance before departure.

Remarks:

* Travellers must arrive through international airports at Suvarnabhumi, Don Mueang, Chiang Mai, Phuket, U-Tapao or Buriram. Domestic transit flights are still not allowed except the designated “seal route” flight to Samui.

* Unvaccinated children under 12 years travelling with vaccinated parents may enter Thailand under the same conditions as their parents.

 

FAQ on Thailand Pass

Travellers must register for the Thailand Pass at https://tp.consular.go.th/ Please visit https://fb.watch/94V7cYdeln/ and https://consular.mfa.go.th/th/content/thailand-pass-faqs-2 for details on the Thailand Pass.

The Royal Thai Embassy would like to recommend you to register for the Thailand Pass 7 working days in advance for the concerned authorities in Thailand to consider and approve the Thailand Pass.

To follow-up with the status of your registration please contact support@tp.consular.go.th or call +662 572 8442. 

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