Thailand tourism- all set to reopen with new visa norms

 Tuesday, September 29, 2020 


After the pause, Thailand is planning to open tourism with new tourist visa norms and would welcome international visitors during uncertain times and virus threats.  Ever since Thailand has closed the borders for international visitors owing to the pandemic threats, is now planning to re-open with new tourist visa and this would allow visitors to stay for up to nine months.

The Special Tourist Visa STV, will include an application form which if approved by authorities the tourist will embrace a quarantine for 14 days upon arrival.

The new normal regulation is complex, as the Bangkok Post mentioned that there will be several steps to be crossed in order to enjoy a trip to Thailand, for example a proof of medical insurance that covers up to $100,000, and an address of where the tourist plans to stay. Another issue may even include return to the home country from places where commercial flights are currently suspended due to the pandemic.

Thailand is also planning several events and fun moments for those who will be staying quarantined for fourteen days period. The new visa policy and regulations are expected to launch from next month, and it is expected from the news of the sources that the Thailand authorities for tourism and administrations will look into it so as to maintain low risk of virus transfer in the region. It is yet to be decided that the new-normal long term visas will allow Brits or not. However, the reports from last week mention that there will be no need for quarantine when they return to UK. New norms are developing every day based on the evaluation of the present condition.

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