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Things to do in Bangkok

The Thai capital of Bangkok is one of the world’s most visited cities, and it’s not hard to see why. It’s a huge, sprawling city, constantly bustling, chaotic and exciting, serving up a frenetic assault on the senses from the moment you arrive. Towering modern skyscrapers can be found just a stone’s throw from ancient …

Things to do in Hua Hin

Hua Hin might not be as well known as Phuket or Koh Samui, but this wonderful city which sits opposite Pattaya on the western side of the Gulf of Thailand has become very popular with travelers who don’t want the over-development characteristic of Phuket, or the gaudy, in your face nightlife of Pattaya. It is …

Things to do in Koh Samui

Koh Samui is the largest island in the Gulf of Thailand, and a tropical paradise with amazing white sand beaches, fantastic weather, and a wealth of fascinating attractions, plus great restaurants and nightlife for visitors. It’s the only island in the Gulf of Thailand to have an airport, making it easily accessible from Bangkok for …

Things to do in Chiang Mai

Known as the “Jewel of the North”, the ancient city of Chiang Mai is located around 700km north of the capital but is easily reached by remarkably cheap air tickets from one of the low-cost carriers. Steeped in history and culture, the city is cooler, quieter, and more laid back than the chaotic capital of …

Things to do in Phuket

Located in the Andaman Sea, Phuket is the jewel in Thailand’s tourism crown; a sprawling island enjoying year-round tropical weather with stunning beaches, a vast range of restaurants, bars and activities and great nightlife. Hugely popular with foreign tourists and locals alike, the various regions of the island all have a different feel, meaning that …

LUMA COVID-19 Insurance for Foreigners

As Thailand slowly opens to visitors, the Thai government has implemented a new policy for all foreign travelers. The policy specifies that inbound travelers must provide a COVID-19 insurance policy with an insured amount of at least 100,000 USD when applying for a Certificate of Entry (COE) to Thailand. LUMA Thailand Pass LUMA Thailand is …

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 …

COVID 19

For latest updates on Phuket Sandbox, please check HERE! For latest information on How to Travel to Thailand in 2021, please check HERE! For latest updates on Thailand Travel Restrictions, please check HERE! TODAY’S UPDATE: July 15, 2021 Thailand reports, 9,186 new COVID-19 infections which brings the total number of cases to 343,352 since January …