Thai PM Kicks Off No Quarantine Measures to Welcome Tourists from Nov. 1

The Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha will reopen Thailand for international tourists starting from November 1, 2021 without requirement for quarantine.

The Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha stated on October 11, 2021, that Thailand will welcome international tourists from low risk countries who are fully vaccinated and without the requirement for quarantine.


In the statement, the Thai PM said that some countries such as England, Singapore, and Australia start to allow their citizens to travel to Thailand without much difficulty as Thailand sees a drop in Covid-19 infections and deaths. Thus, the government expects to welcome international tourists for the most benefit in the travelling season near the end of the year.


The low-risk countries include England, Singapore, Germany, China and the United State of America and some other countries. Meanwhile, Thailand will also welcome tourists from countries outside these aforementioned low-risk countries, but quarantine is required.


Moreover, alcohol will be allowed in restaurants starting from December 1, 2021, while entertainment places will also be allowed to open under safety measures.


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