Is Thailand allowing international flights?
Update 05/26/2020: Royal Thai Government Extends Emergency Decree Until June 30, 2020: The Royal Thai Government (RTG) decided to extend the national state of emergency until June 30, 2020, to prevent a second wave of COVID-19 infections in Thailand. The ban on incoming international flights remains in effect also.
Can Thai citizens return to Thailand?
Travellers arriving in Thailand during the COVID-19 pandemic must submit a T. All international passengers entering Thailand will undergo a screening process, a strict quarantine and an observation period. Thai nationals are asked to cooperate by delaying their return to Thailand until 15 April 2020.
How long can a tourist stay in Thailand?
Tourist Visas The tourist visa must generally be used within 90 days from the date of issue and allows an initial stay of 60 days. After arrival in Thailand, a tourist visa may be extended at the discretion of an immigration officer once for an additional 30 days with the total period of stay no longer than 90 days.
Do Thai nationals have to quarantine?
FOR BANGKOK (THAI NATIONALS) All passengers from the UK or Ireland, must quarantine for 14 days/15 nights. Passengers must book their stay at Alternative State Quarantine (ASQ) hotels, at their own expense, for the quarantine period. Each passenger must register and apply individually.
Can unmarried couples stay in hotels in Thailand?
No worries regardless of religion. If you check into a double room together there are no issues. If the 2nd occupant of the room arrives later then hotels have different policies ranging from complete refusal to charging an extra nightly fee to ‘not a problem’.
Do you have to pay to quarantine in Thailand?
Thailand ASQ is a period of mandatory quarantine accommodation for arriving international visitors at government-accredited hotels. All ASQ bookings are paid for by the traveler.
Why is there a state of emergency in Thailand?
Among the vacated seats are those helming the finance, energy and labour ministries. Meanwhile, student-led protests have sprung up across the Kingdom. Over 2,000 people gathered in Bangkok on Saturday (July 18) to demand that the parliament be dissolved and the Constitution amended.
Is it safe for foreign nationals to travel to Thailand?
This does not include areas north of and including the A43 road between Hat Yai and Sakom, and areas north-west of and including the train line which runs between Hat Yai and Pedang Besar. An Emergency Decree is currently in force. All foreign nationals are barred from entering or transiting Thailand except in certain limited circumstances.
Where are the protests taking place in Thailand?
The Bangkok rally was Thailand’s biggest protest since March, when a state of emergency was imposed, enforcing social distancing and limiting large gatherings. Smaller protests have also taken place in Chiang Mai and Ubon Ratchathani provinces and more are planned in several other provinces for this week.
Is there an emergency decree in Songkhla Province?
Southern Songkhla province. This does not include areas north of and including the A43 road between Hat Yai and Sakom, and areas north-west of and including the train line which runs between Hat Yai and Pedang Besar. An Emergency Decree is currently in force.
Where is the state of emergency in Thailand?
Rescuers in full protective kit take part in a drill in Samut Prakan province in April to practise responding to emergency medical calls during the Covid-19 pandemic. The government on Wednesday extended the emergency decree imposition for another month. (Photo: Wichan Charoenkiatpakul)
Do you have to be quarantined when you enter Thailand?
Yes – Upon arrival. Non-Thai nationals who will enter Thailand need to be placed under 14-day state quarantine at the traveler’s own expense. For more information please see the Royal Thai Embassy, Washington D.C. Alternative State Quarantine (ASQ) page.
When is the extension of the state of emergency?
The Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) on Wednesday approved the extension of the state of emergency nationwide for another month until Aug 31.
Do you have to be an US citizen to enter Thailand?
Are U.S. citizens required to quarantine? Yes – Upon arrival. Non-Thai nationals who will enter Thailand need to be placed under 14-day state quarantine at the traveler’s own expense. For more information please see the Royal Thai Embassy, Washington D.C. Alternative State Quarantine (ASQ) page.