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COVID-19 Insurance for Thailand

With Thailand very slowly reopening to visitors, one of the latest requirements for visitors is mandatory COVID-19 insurance which covers the traveller for a minimum of $100,000 (the Thai policies generally cover for 3.5 million Thai baht). In addition to all the requirements that the traveller needs to satisfy to obtain a certificate of entry (COE) and obtain a valid visa, this insurance …

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Thai Elite Visa

What is the best Thai Visa for someone wanting to stay in Thailand? Is it the Thai Elite Visa, Thai Retirement Visa, Thailand Marriage Visa, or a Non-immigrant Business Visa? This featured article will offer a comprehensive look into the world of Thailand visas for foreigners wishing to live in Thailand. I have been working …

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Alternative State Quarantine (ASQ) in Thailand

Thailand ASQ, is a period of mandatory quarantine accommodation for arriving international visitors at government accredited hotels. All ASQ bookings are paid by the traveler. Properties that have been approved for ASQ by Thailand’s Ministry of Public Health are now offering packages that can be easily booked online. These ASQ packages include accommodation for 15-nights, …

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Certificate of Entry (COE) to Thailand

What is a COE? The Certificate of Entry or COE is a letter issued by the Thai Embassy or Consulate to allow a foreign visa holder to enter Thailand onboard a special repatriation flight, chartered flight, or semi-commercial flight. This letter will be presented to the airline personnel before departure and to the immigration officer …

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Golf Quarantine in Thailand

The Thai authorities have come up with what seems like a great alternative for ASQ hotels, the “golf quarantine”. This involves essentially undertaking your prescribed quarantine period at a golfing resort, so instead of staring at the same four walls for two weeks you can get outside and play as much golf as you like, get some fresh air and hopefully shave a stroke or two off your handicap in the process …

With Thailand very slowly reopening to visitors, one of the latest requirements for visitors is mandatory COVID-19 insurance which covers the traveller for a minimum of $100,000 (the Thai policies generally cover for 3.5 million Thai baht). In addition to all the requirements that the traveller needs to satisfy to obtain a certificate of entry (COE) and obtain a valid visa, this insurance …

Health Insurance in Thailand

There are several reasons why medical insurance for foreigners in Thailand is not just a good idea but a crucial matter to consider for several reasons. Even though hospital treatment is cheap in Thailand by Western, particularly American standards, any serious inpatient treatment such as surgery or cancer treatments, for example, can be painfully expensive at a top-notch hospital …

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Thai Inheritance and Succession Law

What happens when someone you know died in Thailand but is not a Thai national? Recently, many people came forward with this question: what would happen if their dad died in Thailand without having a Thai nationality? How would the property of the deceased person be divided among his legal heirs …

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Thai Property Due Diligence

Acting with due diligence when entering into a transaction with another material can save you from risks and liabilities. When acting with due diligence, you need to make sure that all the particulars of the agreement or transaction are not in contravention with Thai law, and that …

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Buying a Condo in Thailand

While Thai property laws prevent a foreigner from purchasing a property in Thailand there are legal ways of buying a condo in Thailand as there are fewer constraints on nationality under the Condominium Act on ownership and other areas …

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