Thailand’s entry requirements from 1 July 2022: no more Thailand Pass and health insurance!

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On 24 June, Thailand lifted the mask mandate. The wearing of masks is now voluntary nationwide. Therefore, economic activities can be carried out as close to normal as possible. People with chronic diseases and those who are in crowded, poorly ventilated areas should continue to wear masks and keep social distance during group activities to prevent infections.


Effective from 1 July 2022 until further notice


Updated entry rules for vaccinated (with 2 doses or more) international travelers:

Mandatory document:

  • A valid passport or a Border Pass for arrivals via border checkpoints
  • Proof of COVID-19 vaccination
  • Travelers 5-17 years of age traveling to Thailand unaccompanied must get vaccinated with at least 1 dose of an approved vaccine at least 14 days before traveling to Thailand. Those traveling with parents are exempt from this requirement.
  • Travelers with a history of COVID-19 infection at least 14 days before the departure day, who have recovered by medical treatment, must have a certificate of COVID-19 recovery.
  • Travelers with a history of COVID-19 infection within 3 months before the departure day and have received at least one dose of an approved vaccine post-infection must have a certificate of COVID-19 recovery.



Updated entry rules for unvaccinated/not fully vaccinated travelers:

Mandatory document:

  • A valid passport or a Border Pass for arrivals via border checkpoints.
  • A negative Covid-19 RT-PCR test or professional ATK result issued within 72 hrs before departure to Thailand



Upon arrival

COVID-19 tests will be performed on a random basis for all passengers arriving in Thailand, while the body temperature check will be mandatory.

During their stay in Thailand, travelers are advised to strictly follow health and safety standards. Travelers who suspect that they may have COVID-like symptoms should get tested. If the Covid test is positive, they must get the appropriate medical treatment at their own expense.

EU passport holders are entitled to a visa-free 30-day visit. In case one wishes to stay longer, one must apply for a tourist visa before traveling.

Despite the fact that health insurance is no longer required by Thai authorities, it is recommended to have travel insurance prior to the trip.


Source: Department of Consular Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Tourism Authority of Thailand




Kindly note the information is to serve as reference only and is subject to change without prior notice. It is important to check in regularly on www.tatnews.org and https://consular.mfa.go.th/
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In case of inquiry, travelers from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Hungary, and Montenegro, are advised to consult with the Consular department of the Royal Thai Embassy in Budapest.

Address: 1025 Budapest, Verecke út 79., Hungary
Tel : +36-1-438-4020
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 09.00-12.00 & 13.00-17.00 hrs.
Email for consular inquiries: consular@thaiembassy.hu
Website: https://budapest.thaiembassy.org/

Travelers from Romania and Bulgaria are advised to consult with the Consular department of the Royal Thai Embassy in Bucharest.

Address: 12 Vasile Conta Street, Sector 2, Bucharest 020953
Tel : + 40 21 311 0031
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 09.00 – 12.00 hrs. & 13.00 – 14.30 hrs.
Email for consular inquiries: consular.BUH@mfa.mail.go.th
Website: https://bucharest.thaiembassy.org/

Meanwhile, travelers from Serbia are advised to consult with the Consular department of the Royal Thai Embassy in Athens.

Address: 25 Marathonodromou Street, Paleo Psychico, Athens 15452, Greece
Tel : +30 210 6710 155, +30 210 6749 065, +30 210 6756 978
Office Hours: Monday – Friday, 09.00-13.00 and 14.00-17.00 hrs
Email for consular inquiries: thai-con@otenet.gr
Website: https://athens.thaiembassy.org/

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