Thailand recently released a four-stage plan that will allow vaccinated tourists to enter the country. The nation that has been doing extremely well in terms of handling the coronavirus pandemic, has been closed for tourists since March last year. Now with the outline of vaccines, it is looking forward to stimulating its travel industry on which most of its economy is reliant.

 The first stage comes into effect from 1st April, letting travelers who have been fully vaccinated enter the country through the 5 pilot provinces i.e Phuket, Phang Nga, Chiang Mai, Pattaya, and Krabi.


  • Tourists will be tested at the airport and will have to use a tracing app as per government rules. You are required to show evidence of vaccination, one that is permitted by the WHO.
  • Furthermore, you are also supposed to show a medical certificate that states that COVID-19 is not detected. This particular certificate must not be issued longer than 72 hours before your departure.
  • International tourists, who have received both doses of vaccine, will not be required to quarantine. And again in October, when the 3rd phase will kick in, and during that time also you will not be required to quarantine.

So if you are planning on visiting this country, take a look at all the things you can see and do to enjoy your holiday in Thailand. 

  • Thai Beaches

Thailand’s most remarkable natural feature has to be its beaches. With over 1,500 miles of coastline to choose from, visitants are never too far from white sandy beaches made of coral shells. While there are some beaches like Bang Saen and Jomtien Beach that have been overrun with crowds of tourists in recent years, there remain several unbelievable stretches of sand that are serene and secluded. Some of them include Freedom Beach in Phuket and Lamai in Koh Samui.

  • Floating Markets

These are the top tourist attractions in Thailand. Damnoen Saduak is the most famed tourist spot as it proudly holds the title of being 100 years old. Some of the other famous floating markets are Tha Kha Floating Market, Amphawa Floating Market, Taling Chan Floating Market, and Ayutthaya Klong Sa Bua Floating Market.

  • Full Moon Party

On a full moon night, a crowd of tourists tripped upon Koh Phangan and felt that it had the most splendid full moon. And to pay homage to it, they planned a full moon party along the beach of Haad Rin. Hereafter, people from across the globe come to party here.

  • The Street Food

Some of Thailand’s tangiest, spiciest tom yum soups can be eaten from roadside stalls. The hot and sour dish can be whipped up in seconds by the street vendors using kaffir lime leaves, fresh lemongrass, and galangal. Other street food treats to try are rice with spicy stir-fried crabmeat and fresh yellow chilies.

  • Splendid Shopping

If you like bazaars, bargains, or cool and quirky stuff, you will find shopping in Thailand rewarding. Big city shops carry everything from shoes to art and the malls in Bangkok are some of the swankiest in the world.

You can enjoy all of these things during your holiday in Thailand. You can contact and book exclusive Thailand holiday packages with us today. We also have Thailand visa assistance and all-inclusive winter holiday deals that feature the best accommodation and sightseeing packages. 

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