How Unvaccinated Travelers Enter Thailand after June 1

Travel to Thailand for unvaccinated travelers is easier than ever. Countries acted quickly to curb the spread of Covid-19. Vaccines were developed and rolled out to local populations. Debate continues about whether vaccines are good or bad. Sometimes these debates are heated. Everyone has an opinion, and that is exactly what they are… opinions. In …

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Will the Thailand Pass end in June?

The most common question asked when discussing travel and Thailand is, “When will Thailand end their Covid restrictions and scrap Thailand Pass?” This question is asked in our Facebook group, Instagram, and other Social Media platforms daily because people are eager to holiday in Thailand again. Thailand has eased its travel restrictions by steps. At …

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How to Get Thailand Elite Visa on Arrival at the Airport

Thailand Elite Visa can be claimed upon arrival at the airport (Suvarnabhumi Airport), that you just arrived at. Being able to claim it upon arrival is much easier and more convenient than going to your local Thai embassy. Upon arrival, a Thailand Elite staff will wait for your arrival to accommodate you and to give you the Thailand privilege card you need before getting to take advantage of the benefits of having a Thailand Elite Visa.

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How to Travel to Thailand in 2022

It is important to start your travel plans to Thailand by checking your eligibility. On this part, you must check if you fall in one of the eligible groups to enter Thailand. For fully vaccinated travelers, you may enter Thailand without quarantine through the Phuket Sandbox and Samui Plus Sandbox programs.

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COVID Insurance for Foreigners in Thailand

With Thailand very slowly reopening to visitors, one of the latest requirements for visitors is the mandatory COVID-19 insurance plan for foreigners that covers the traveler for a minimum of $20,000 (the Thai policies generally cover 750 thousand Thai baht). In addition to all the requirements, the traveler needs to obtain a Thailand Pass QR code and a valid visa.

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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 for 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.

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Thai Elite Visa

The Thailand Elite Visa is a long-term visa given to the Thailand Privilege Card members. It is categorized under Tourist Visa (Privilege Entry Visa “PE”) allowing residency in Thailand along with benefits for a period between 5, 10, or 20 years depending on the chosen package in exchange for a membership fee.

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Travel to Thailand for Unvaccinated Travelers

Travel to Thailand for unvaccinated travelers is easier than ever. Countries acted quickly to curb the spread of Covid-19. Vaccines were developed and rolled out to local populations. Debate continues about whether vaccines are good or bad. Sometimes these debates are heated. Everyone has an opinion, and that is exactly what they are… opinions. In …

Travel to Thailand in June 1

Thailand approves major June 1st changes for unvaccinated visitors. Thailand has always been a popular holiday destination. Beautiful beaches, islands, exotic food, wildlife, and culture. What’s not to love? But during COVID-19, Thailand was one of the hardest countries to visit, especially if you were unvaccinated. Unvaccinated holiday makers will be happy to know the …

Thailand Pass for Filipino Citizens

Thailand has recently announced new changes to their Thailand Pass system which take effect on June 1. Borders are opening. Restrictions are easing. Airlines are off the ground and flying again. World travel is possible and Filipinos are taking advantage of time away. You pass Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos. They are beautiful countries, but they …

Thailand Pass for Malaysian

Borders between neighbors. Restrictions are easing and people can travel freely in Asia again. Malaysians are lucky because it is easy to visit Thailand by air or land. Drive north and you can cross at Padang Besar, Betong or Sadao. Thailand has recently announced new changes to their Thailand Pass system which take effect on June …

Thailand Pass QR Code

  What is Thailand Pass QR Code Thailand Pass QR code is the permit to enter Thailand during this COVID pandemic. Every traveler both Thai and foreigners, will be required to obtain a Thailand Pass QR code before traveling to Thailand. Here are some useful information to get to know your Thailand Pass QR code …

Thailand Pass for Indian

People travel to find the exotic. Many westerners consider India to be exotic. So what do Indians find exotic? As travel restrictions ease across the world, thousands of Indians are leaving India to enjoy the tropical weather, sunny beaches, and exquisite cuisine of Thailand. The exotic. Thailand has recently announced new changes to its Thailand …

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What Do Property Lawyers Do? When hiring a property lawyer, one may ask if it is truly necessary to spend the money for real estate needs. In Thailand, expats commonly hire law firm in Thailand to help clarify legal documents, such as translating the language found in contracts and helping mediate property disputes. A reputable …

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Thai Real Estate Lawyers Answers Property Buying Questions

Jett Gunther invited a Thai real estate lawyer to answer some of the most common questions pertaining to foreign ownership of property in Thailand.

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Foreigners are not allowed to own the land. It is stated in Thai laws. However, there is one more way for foreigners to own property, and the most popular way is to form a company and buy the property through the registered company.

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