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From July 1st 2022, the following changes have been implemented for all international travelers.


  • Foreigners do not need to show proof of Covid Insurance.

  • All mandatory hotel quarantine has been removed.

  • Thailand Pass is no longer required for foreign travelers entering Thailand.

  • Vaccinated travelers do not need to provide proof of vaccination to Thai authorities before arriving.

  • Unvaccinated travelers (including children traveling with unvaccinated parents) will need to complete an RT-PCR or Professional Antigen Test (Pro-ATK) 72 hours before departing for Thailand. Proof does not need to be uploaded before traveling.

  • Airlines and Thai Immigration will do random checks to confirm travelers meet Covid prevention requirements (vaccination or Covid test).


International travel requires that your passport is not expiring within six months of your travel date. If you have less than six months left on your passport, you cannot enter Thailand.


A foreign visitor may enter Thailand under the Visa Exemption Program. Nationalities under the Visa Exemption Program may enter Thailand without a visa from a Thai Embassy or Consulate.


Upon arriving in Thailand, most nationalities who are part of the Visa Exemption Program may stay for up to 30 days. Certain nationalities can arrive as part of this program, but for a shorter time. It is best to check the country exemption list and confirm how long you can visit Thailand without needing to apply for a Visa.

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Prohibited Goods

are goods for which either the import into or export out of Thailand are prohibited. The following are some examples of prohibited goods:

  • Narcotics

  • Pornographic materials

  • Counterfeit trademark goods and IPR infringing goods

  • Fake notes or coins

  • Reserved animals or CITES-listed wildlife

Restricted goods

are goods of which the imports and exports are restricted by law and therefore require a permit from related government agencies. The permit must be presented during Customs formalities. Examples of restricted goods are as follows:

  • Buddha image, artifact/objects, antique

  • Guns, bullets, explosives, and the equivalents to guns

  • Plants and their parts

  • Living animals and carcass

  • Food, medicine, cosmetics and food supplement

  • Vehicle parts

  • Cigarettes, tobacco and alcoholic beverages

  • Communication Radio Devices and telecommunications

  • Equipment

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