Thailand Pass FAQs


Thailand Pass FAQs

Thailand Pass FAQs

Thailand Pass Application

Thailand Pass Problems

Thailand Pass Helpline

Vaccination

Sandbox and Test & Go

Thailand Travel

Hotels – AQ & SHA Extra +

Insurance

Covid-19 & RT-PCR

Children

Domestic Airport Transit on Arrival

Travel to Bangkok

Travel to Phuket

Travel to Chiang Mai

Travel to Pattaya

Travel to Hua Hin

Travel to Samui

Information Security

Additional Information

Thailand Pass Application

What is Thailand Pass?

Thailand Pass is a web-based system for Thai and foreign travelers to fill in their travel and health information such as flight details, hotel accommodation, vaccination status and insurance.

Upon approval, you receive a QR code that will allow you to travel to Thailand (you will still need to meet visa requirements).

Is the Thailand Pass System open for registration?

Yes, Thailand Pass is already open for registration. The registration was opened on November 1, 2021.

What are the changes to Thailand Pass from May 1, 2022?

After May 1, vaccinated travelers no longer need to apply for Test & Go or Sandbox in the Thailand Pass system.
Vaccinated travelers will upload their:

  • Passport details
  • Travel details
  • Covid Insurance
  • Vaccination certificate

Unvaccinated travelers doing Alternate Quarantine will upload:

  • Passport details
  • Travel details
  • Covid Insurance
  • SHA+ hotel confirmation
  • Day 5 RT-PCR test confirmation
  • Hotel transport confirmation

Unvaccinated travelers not doing the Alternate Quarantine will upload:

  • Passport details
  • Travel details
  • Covid Insurance
  • 72-hour pre-departure RT-PCR test result

Is a Thailand Pass registration required for all 3 schemes travelling into Thailand?

Yes. All travelers travelling by air or land from all the schemes:

  • Test and Go (Exemption from Quarantine)
  • Sandbox Program
  • Alternative Quarantine for unvaccinated travelers

are required to register for the Thailand Pass in order to enter Thailand.

Visitors entering Thailand by sea need to apply through the previous Certificate of Entry process. It is recommended you contact your local Thai Embassy or Consulate for this process.

If I plan to travel to Thailand by land, do I need to register with Thailand Pass?

Yes. Visitors entering Thailand by land must now apply for Thailand Pass online.

If I plan to travel to Thailand by sea, do I need to register with Thailand Pass?

At this time Thailand Pass does not support visitors arriving by sea. Visitors must apply for entry using the older Certificate of Entry system. It is recommended you contact your local Thai Embassy or Consulate for this process.

Can I enter Thailand with the previously approved Thailand Pass that I registered before?

You can enter Thailand with your existing QR code if:

Less than 72 hours – Yes. If there is less than a 72-hour difference from your original date of arrival, you can enter with your current Thai Pass QR code under the scheme you registered.

Over 72 hours – No. If there is more than a 72-hour difference from your original arrival date, or you change the entry scheme, you will need to edit your Thailand Pass application by accessing your application through the Thailand Pass portal using your access code.

Please note that your edited application will be subjected to and undergo the review process cycle all over again.

If you have entered Thailand previously with a Thailand Pass QR, you must submit a new application for subsequent visits.

How do I apply for a Thailand Pass?

You apply for Thailand Pass online. You can apply here.

  • Register at Thailand Pass web portal
  • Input personal details
  • Upload the required documents
  • Receive a confirmation email after registration (within seconds after registration) with Thailand Pass ID.
  • Wait for the Thailand Pass approval (within a day or up to 7 days)
  • Once approved, you will receive an email of your QR Entry Code and Thailand Pass ID, which you will use upon entering Thailand.

What documents are needed to register for a Thailand Pass?

The documents needed for a Thailand Pass registration depend on the traveler’s vaccination status.

Vaccinated:

  • Passport Copy – Scanned copy of the passport profile page.
  • Insurance Policy – Minimum cover of $10,000 USD. Insurance policy must be valid for the entire length of stay in Thailand. *
  • Vaccination certificate – Your vaccination certificate must be of an approved vaccine variety and you must have been vaccinated for more than 14 days prior to departure.
  • (Not required for children below 18 years old who are escorted by parents).

  • Thai Visa – If required.

Unvaccinated:
Unvaccinated travelers have two options when applying for a Thailand Pass.
Option 1 –

  • Passport Copy – Scanned copy of the passport profile page.
  • Insurance Policy – Minimum cover of $10,000 USD. Insurance policy must be valid for the entire length of stay in Thailand. *
  • Hotel reservation – SHA Extra+ / AQ for 5 nights including 1x RT-PCR tests and transfer from the airport to the hotel.
  • Thai Visa – If required.
  • RT-PCR is not required for children under 6 or Thai Nationals entering under the Alternate Quarantine scheme. The result must be printed and only in Thai or English language.

Option 2 –

  • Passport Copy – Scanned copy of the passport profile page.
  • Insurance Policy – Minimum cover of $10,000 USD. Insurance policy must be valid for the entire length of stay in Thailand. *
  • RT-PCR test results are issued within 72 hours before departure and uploaded into the Thailand Pass system.
  • Thai Visa – If required.
  • RT-PCR is not required for children under 6 or Thai Nationals entering under the Alternate Quarantine scheme. The result must be printed and only in Thai or English language.

* Expats living and working in Thailand under a valid visa or residential permit are required to provide proof of insurance coverage in Thailand with a minimum coverage of $10,000 USD or a valid social security card or certifying letter from the employer.

* Thai nationals are not required to provide proof of insurance coverage.

How long does the Thailand Pass approval process take?

You must register for Thailand Pass at least 3 working days before the intended travel date. With the new changes implemented May 1, Thailand Pass approvals will be quicker as there are fewer documents needing confirmation.

Hotel reservation(s) for Alternate Quarantine will undergo verification and authentication by your SHA Extra+/AQ hotel(s) before your application can be further reviewed and approved by the Department of Disease Control. Therefore, please note that processing/approval time could vary, even though applications are submitted at the same time.

When should I apply for a Thailand Pass?

You must apply for a Thailand Pass no less than 3 working days before you travel to allow for processing and approval.

Please note there is no definite approval time frame. Visitors have noted approval in hours, while other visitors have passed the 3-day period because of incomplete or incorrect documents. You can apply for Thailand Pass once you have confirmed all documents and dates.

How much does Thailand Pass cost?

Thailand Pass is free if you register online yourself.

There are companies such as Siam Legal International that can help with your Thailand Pass application. These companies can help compile and check that all your documents are correct and complete. This will help avoid any potential delays in processing. These companies may charge a fee for their service.

What information do I need to complete in my Thailand Pass application?

On the Thailand Pass website you will need to:

  • Choose Thai Nationals or Non-Thai Nationals
  • Choose Thailand Entry Schemes
  • Verify your Purpose of Arrival
    • Purpose of Arrival
    • Departure from country / area
    • First Arrival Port in Thailand (City)
    • Flight Number
    • Date of Arrival (mm/dd/yyyy)
    • Estimate Date of Departure from Thailand

Personal Information Page

  • Name
  • Nationality
  • Date of birth
  • E-mail (Please avoid registering with a Hotmail or Outlook email address. Otherwise email responses from Thailand Pass could be delayed.)
  • Occupation
  • Passport details

Vaccination Page

  • Upload the certificate of 1st and 2nd dose of vaccination (only the 1st dose is required in case of the Janssen vaccine). The certificate should include your personal information for identification, such as your full name, date of birth, nationality, passport number and vaccination details.
  • If your vaccination certificate has a QR code, you can attach a QR Code that will make the verification of vaccine information more convenient and consider your application faster.

Accommodation & Contact Page

  • Booking via SHA Extra+ / AQ Hotel
  • Province
  • Accommodation Name
  • Address
  • Booking ID
  • Duration of Stay (Check-in date & Check-out date)
  • Prepaid RT-PCR receipt number (if any). You can submit your RT-PCR receipt number for verification.

Permanent Address outside Thailand

  • Overseas address
  • Overseas mobile number

Emergency contact details

  • Name
  • Mobile number

Medical Insurance

  • Insurance Policy Number
  • Minimum medical coverage of 10,000 USD (Yes/No)
  • The insurance period covers the total duration of stay in Thailand (Yes/No)
  • Effective Date
  • Medical insurance documents (Upload)

Other visited countries within 14 days before arrival

  • Country

Additional documents (if any)

  • Attach your required proof of pre-paid RT-PCR test to be taken in Thailand, and any additional documents for consideration in PDF format. No more than 3 files can be uploaded.

What do I do once Thai Pass is approved?

Once your Thailand Pass is approved, you will receive an email with your Thailand Pass QR code, ID number, and further details.

Compile your travel documents to be presented on arrival. It is recommended that you print 2 copies of all documents in case a document is kept by an airport officer.

Print a copy of your QR code for arrival in case there is an issue with your phone when arriving.

If I do not own a phone, how will I be able to present my QR Code?

A printed QR Code will do. You can register through your personal computer or laptop and print the QR Code once you receive it.

You also have the option to download your Thailand Pass QR Code to your Apple Wallet/ Wallet Passes.

I am having a problem accessing Thailand Pass on a mobile device. What should I do?

If you have trouble accessing your Thailand Pass on a mobile device app, please access the site on Desktop mode of your phone or on your PC. It is recommended to print a copy of your Thailand Pass QR code when this happens.

Is it possible to change my travel date after registering and receiving my QR code?

Yes.

If your travel dates change by less than 7 days on either side of the original travel date, you can use your existing Thailand Pass.

If your new travel date is more than 7 days, you will need to apply for a new Thailand Pass.

Please note that your edited application will be subjected to and undergo the review process cycle all over again.

Can I submit a single application for my entire family or group if we are travelling as a family or group?

No. All travelers, except children under the age of 18, must apply for Thailand Pass individually.

Children under the age of 18 do not need to register for the Thailand Pass. Parents will add their children’s information to their Thailand Pass registration under the ‘Personal Information’ section.

Thailand Pass Problems

My Thailand Pass application has been rejected due to incomplete documents. What should I do?

Thailand Pass is free if you register online yourself. Please note that the process can be confusing because of language translation. Thailand Immigration looks for certain wording on particular documents.

If you have registered for Thailand Pass and you application has been rejected, contact Thailand Pass with your ID number by:

Email: [email protected] or [email protected]

Phone: +66 2572 8442

Alternatively, there are companies such as Siam Legal that can help with your Thailand Pass application. These companies can help compile and check that all your documents are correct and complete. This will help avoid any potential delays in processing. These companies may charge a fee for their service.

If I do not own a phone, how will I be able to present my QR Code?

A printed QR Code will do. You can register through your personal computer or laptop and print the QR Code once you receive it.

You also have the option to download your Thailand Pass QR Code to your Apple Wallet/ Wallet Passes.

I am having a problem accessing Thailand Pass on a mobile device. What should I do?

If you have trouble accessing your Thailand Pass on a mobile device app, please access the site on Desktop mode of your phone or on your PC. It is recommended to print a copy of your Thailand Pass QR code when this happens.

What if my Thailand Pass is still “Reviewing” after 3 days, what should I do?

You are not able to travel without a Thailand Pass. You need to contact Thailand Pass support to follow up or escalate your application.

Application status: https://tp.consular.go.th/en/check-status

Email: 

Phone: 
+66 2572 8442
+66 6 5205 4247
+66 6 5205 4248
+66 6 5205 4249

Thailand Pass Helpline

How do I contact Thailand Pass?

Application status: https://tp.consular.go.th/en/check-status

Email: 

Phone: 
+66 2572 8442
+66 6 5205 4247
+66 6 5205 4248
+66 6 5205 4249

Vaccination

I am vaccinated. What documents do I need to provide?

You must submit both certificates of your 1st and 2nd doses of vaccination.

However, you can use your 2/2 EU Digital COVID Certificate (DCC) as the reference for both your 1st and 2nd doses of vaccination.

If you have previously had Covid, you should also attach your recovery certificate.

I am vaccinated. How long do I have to quarantine on arrival?

Vaccinated travelers do not need to quarantine when entering Thailand. They will upload their vaccination certificate and insurance when applying for a Thailand Pass.

Vaccinated travelers are free to travel when arriving and are only required to complete an ATK test while in Thailand.

I am NOT vaccinated. What are my options for entering Thailand?

Unvaccinated travelers have two options when entering Thailand.

Option 1 – Apply for 5-day Alternate Quarantine.

  • Passport Copy – Scanned copy of the passport profile page.
  • Insurance Policy – Minimum cover of $10,000 USD. Insurance policy must be valid for the entire length of stay in Thailand. *
  • Hotel reservation – SHA Extra+ / AQ for 5 nights including 1×2 x RT-PCR tests and transfer from the airport to the hotel.
  • Thai Visa – If required.
  • RT-PCR is not required for children under 6 or Thai Nationals entering under the Alternate Quarantine scheme. The result must be printed and only in Thai or English language.

Option 2 – Submit and RT-PCR test 72 hours before traveling.

  • Passport Copy – Scanned copy of the passport profile page.
  • Insurance Policy – Minimum cover of $10,000 USD. Insurance policy must be valid for the entire length of stay in Thailand. *
  • RT-PCR test results are issued within 72 hours before departure and uploaded into the Thailand Pass system.
  • Thai Visa – If required.
  • RT-PCR is not required for children under 6 or Thai Nationals entering under the Alternate Quarantine scheme. The result must be printed and only in Thai or English language.

I am NOT vaccinated. How long do I have to quarantine on arrival?

If you choose to enter Thailand under the Alternate Quarantine scheme, you will need to quarantine for 5 days and do an RT-PCR test on day 5.

Please note that you may not leave the hotel room/premise under any circumstance. Once you have completed your quarantine, you can travel to any destination in Thailand.

My children are unvaccinated; will they be allowed to enter Thailand under the same scheme as their parents?

Children under the age of 18 do not require to be vaccinated and shall be allowed to enter Thailand under the same scheme as their parents.

Those who are over the age of 18 shall have a vaccination certificate confirming they are vaccinated for at least 14 days before their intended travel date.

Note: Vaccines shall be vaccines approved by the Thai Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) or by the World Health Organisation (WHO).

Children aged below 6:

  • Vaccination not required but must travel with parents/legal guardian only

Children aged 6–11:

  • Vaccination is not required but must travel with parents/legal guardians only.

Children aged 12–17:

  • Able to travel alone if vaccinated with 1 dose of COVID-19 vaccine no less than 14 days before traveling.
  • If unvaccinated, must travel with parents
  • All age groups may travel alone (unaccompanied) if fully vaccinated.

What are the vaccines approved by the Thailand Ministry of Public Health (MoPH)?

Listed below are the approved vaccines by MoPH in Thailand:

  • CoronaVac (Sinovac)
  • AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria, Covishield)
  • Pfizer-BioNTech (Comirnaty)
  • Moderna
  • COVILO (Sinopharm)
  • Janssen (Johnson & Johnson)
  • Sputnik V
  • Covaxin
  • Medigen
  • Sputnik Light

Does Thailand recognize mixed vaccination?

Yes, Thailand does accept mixed vaccination.

Your second dose must be given according to the prescribed time frame for each vaccination type (first dose).

  • 1st dose (Sinovac) = 2nd dose after 2 weeks
  • 1st dose (AstraZeneca) = 2nd dose after 4 weeks
  • 1st dose (Pfizer-BioNTech) = 2nd dose after 3 weeks
  • 1st dose (Moderna) = 2nd dose after 4 weeks
  • 1st dose (Sinopharm) = 2nd dose after 3 weeks
  • 1st dose (Sputnik V) = 2nd dose after 3 weeks
  • 1st dose (Covaxin) = 2nd dose after 4 weeks
  • 1st dose (Medigen) = 2nd dose after 4 weeks

Note: Your 2nd dose or booster dose must be given or administered at least 14 days before your intended travel date to be considered completely vaccinated.

*Those vaccinated with Janssen (Johnson & Johnson) vaccine do not need to receive their 2nd dose to be considered fully vaccinated.

*Those vaccinated with the Sputnik Light vaccine do not need to receive their 2nd dose to be considered fully vaccinated.

*Those vaccinated with Medigen and Sputnik Light vaccines are eligible to enter Thailand via the Sandbox Programme only.

Do I need to submit both the certificates of my 1st and 2nd doses of vaccination?

Yes. You need to submit both the certificates of your 1st and 2nd doses of vaccination.

However, you can use your 2/2 EU Digital COVID Certificate (DCC) as the reference for both your 1st and 2nd doses of vaccination.

Can I travel to Thailand if I have previously been infected with COVID-19?

Yes. However, you must provide proof that you have recovered already within 3 months by presenting a “Certificate of Recovery” and proof of a single dose of COVID-19 vaccine.

Those who have been infected with COVID-19 and have gotten a single dose of the COVID-19 vaccine within 3 months of recovery are considered completely vaccinated.

Know that the information above is based on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs press release and information. To travel to Thailand freely, please consider this as your guide for your future travel to Thailand.

Sandbox and Test & Go Program

Do I still need to apply for Test & Go if I am vaccinated and entering Thailand after May 1?

No. From May 1, vaccinated travelers do not need to book any accommodation or testing under the old Test & Go scheme.

Do I need to travel from certain countries / territories in order to enter Thailand under the Test and Go scheme?

No. Vaccinated travelers departing from all countries/territories are eligible to enter Thailand under the Test and Go scheme.

Do I still need to apply for Sandbox if I am vaccinated and entering Thailand in Phuket after May 1?

No. From May 1, vaccinated travelers do not need to book any accommodation or testing under the old Sandbox scheme. travelers will no longer be required to stay within the Sandbox “Blue Zone” for 5 days.

What was Thailand’s Test & Go Scheme?

The Test & Go scheme allowed vaccinated visitors to enter Thailand without the mandatory 7-day quarantine and was required for Thailand Pass approval.

As of May 1, Test & Go is no longer needed when applying for a Thailand Pass.

Is it possible to travel freely in Thailand if I came via the Test and Go scheme, Sandbox Program scheme, or Alternative Quarantine scheme?

Test and Go Is no longer required to enter Thailand after May 1. Vaccinated travelers can travel to any location after arrival.

However, you must undergo an ATK self-test during your stay in Thailand and report the test result via the channel as instructed by the Ministry of Public Health.

Sandbox Programme is no longer required to enter Thailand after May 1. Vaccinated travelers can travel to any location after arrival.

However, you must undergo an ATK self-test during your stay in Thailand on Day 5 and report the test result via the channel as instructed by the Ministry of Public Health.

Alternative Quarantine: You will need to undergo your 5-day mandatory quarantine at your hotel/accommodation. You will conduct an RT-PCR test on day 5.

Please note that you may not leave the hotel room/premise under any circumstance. Once you have completed your quarantine, you can travel to any destination in Thailand.

Thailand Travel

Do I need to register with Thailand Pass if I plan to travel to Thailand by land or by sea?

Currently, Thailand Pass is available for those who plan to travel to Thailand by air and land only.

Passengers who plan to arrive by boat must contact the Royal Thai Embassy / Royal Thai

Consulate-General in your area for Certificate of Entry (COE) issuance.

Can I enter Thailand with a previously approved and registered Thailand Pass?

If you have entered Thailand previously with a Thailand Pass QR, you must submit a new application for subsequent visits.

If your travel dates change by less than 7 days on either side of the original travel date, you can use your existing Thailand Pass.

If your new travel date is more than 7 days, you will need to apply for a new Thailand Pass.

Please note that your edited application will be subjected to and undergo the review process cycle all over again.

My arrival date has changed. Do I need to apply for a new Thailand Pass?

If your travel dates change by less than 7 days on either side of the original travel date, you can use your existing Thailand Pass.

If your new travel date is more than 7 days, you will need to apply for a new Thailand Pass.

Please note that your edited application will be subjected to and undergo the review process cycle all over again. A new QR code will be issued.

Is it possible to travel freely in Thailand if I came via the Test and Go scheme, Sandbox Program scheme, or Alternative Quarantine scheme?

Test and Go: You can travel to other Thailand destinations after receiving a negative RT-PCR result and after a Day 1 stay in an AQ or SHA+ hotel.

However, you must undergo an ATK self-test on Day 5 and report the test result via the channel as instructed by the Ministry of Public Health.

Sandbox Program: You can travel freely in the Sandbox area for the duration of 7 days

if the Day 1 RT-PCR test result is negative. Also, you must undergo an ATK self-test on Day 5 and report the test result via the channel as instructed by the Ministry of Public Health.

Once you have completed your 7-day mandatory stay at the hotel within the Sandbox area, you can travel to any destination in Thailand. 

Alternative Quarantine: You will need to undergo your 10-day mandatory quarantine at your hotel/accommodation.

Please note that you may not leave the hotel room/premise under any circumstance. Once you have completed your quarantine, you can travel to any destination in Thailand.

Do I have to stay at the same hotel for 5 days if I enter Thailand under the Sandbox Scheme?

The Sandbox scheme is no longer required from May 1, so you are no longer required to stay in the same hotel for 5 days.

Do I need to register with Thailand Pass if I’m visiting Thailand to transit to another country or territory (without passing through immigration control)?

No. But you need to have an insurance policy document or proof of Covid-19 insurance with at least $10,000 insurance coverage.

Travelers can transit through Thailand for a maximum of 24 hours without passing through immigration control.

Can I submit a single application for my entire family or group if we are travelling as a family or group?

No. All travelers, except children under the age of 18, must apply for the Thailand Pass.

Children under the age of 18 do not need to register for the Thailand Pass. Parents will add their children’s information to their Thailand Pass registration under the ‘Personal Information’ section.

Is the Test and Go (Exemption from Quarantine) scheme applicable to me if I go out of Thailand for less than 21 days?

No. Vaccinated travelers leaving Thailand no longer need to do Test & Go. They are now required to provide a vaccination certificate, insurance, and an approved Thailand Pass when reentering Thailand.

I want to fly directly into Chiang Mai. Am I eligible for Test & Go or Sandbox?

If you are vaccinated, you can now enter directly into Chiang Mai without having to apply for Test & Go or Sandbox.

You can now enter Thailand at other airports and transfer domestically to Chiang Mai right away.

Hotels – AQ & SHA Extra +

What are the differences between AQ and SHA+ hotels?

Alternate Quarantine (AQ) hotels are the hotels eligible to be used as quarantine sites under the AQ scheme as well as designated venues to wait for your RT-PCR result under the Test and Go scheme and Sandbox Programme.

Safety and Health Administration (SHA) Extra+ hotels/accommodations are hotels that meet the “Amazing Thailand Safety and Health Administration” standards, have hospital partners and are eligible to be used as hotels under the Sandbox Programme and as venues to wait for your RT-PCR result under the Test and Go scheme.

70% of staff have been vaccinated and unvaccinated staff will not have direct contact with guests.

Both are designated waiting areas for your RT-PCR results.

The list of SHA Extra+ / AQ hotels can be accessed through the Agoda.

My flight arrives in Thailand after midnight. How should I book my hotel for the Test and Go scheme?

You should book your hotel starting from the day before your flight arrives.

E.g. If you arrive in Thailand on 2 November 2021 at 1 am, book your hotel for the duration of 1–2 November 2021 (1 night). Once your RT-PCR test result is negative, you can check out of your hotel on 2 November 2021.

How do I travel from the airport to the hotel?

Vaccinated travelers can now organize their own transport from the airport to the hotel.

Unvaccinated travelers must travel from the airport by pre-arranged, pre-paid shuttle service/airport pickup. The vehicles and drivers are prepared for travelers and aware of the required processes. SHA Extra+ / AQ hotels offer this service as part of your package.

Do I have to stay at the same hotel for the entire 5 days of the Sandbox Program?

From May 1, the Sandbox scheme is no longer required. For travelers coming to Phuket, Krabi, Phang-nga, and Surat Thani (Koh Samui, Koh Tao, and Koh Phangan), you do not need to book a hotel for 5 days.

Where can I find a list of SHA Extra+ / AQ hotels & prices?

You can find a list of SHA Extra+ / AQ hotels and prices through Agoda.

Insurance

Do I need to submit a copy of my insurance policy as an expat living and working in Thailand?

Yes. Expats with a valid visa or with a residential permit in Thailand must show proof of insurance coverage with a minimum coverage of $10,000, a valid social security card, or a certified letter from their employer.

In terms of Thai nationals entering Thailand, they do not have to show proof of insurance coverage for they are covered by Thailand’s Universal Healthcare program.

Is it necessary for my insurance to be COVID-19 insurance in order to register with Thailand Pass?

No. As long as the insurance coverage is with a minimum coverage of $10,000 for medical expenses including COVID 19. It can be general insurance or health insurance, not just COVID-19 insurance.

Can I use my insurance from my home country? Or Do I need to have insurance from a Thai company?

You can attain an insurance policy from your home country as long as it meets the minimum coverage of $10,000 USD and provides cover in Thailand.

Link to Siam Legal AXA Insurance

What is the promo code for AXA insurance?

There is no promo code needed when applying for AXA Covid-19 insurance. Click on the link and any discounts are automatically applied.

Does the AXA insurance cover my hotel isolation expenses?

AXA’s Sawasdee Thailand insurance does NOT cover additional hotel accommodation costs due to quarantine/isolation.

Covid-19 & RT-PCR

Do I need to submit my COVID-19 (RT-PCR) test result into Thailand Pass?

If you are vaccinated, you do not need to complete an RT-PCR test before arriving in Thailand.

If you are unvaccinated and do not want to complete a 5-day quarantine, you will need to complete an RT-PCR test within 72 hours of your travel date and upload the result into your Thailand Pass application for approval.

Is it possible to enter Thailand with a COVID-19 test result from the rapid test method?

Vaccinated travelers will need to complete an ATK rapid test result while in Thailand. It is not required to enter the country.

An ATK test result is not sufficient for unvaccinated travelers who want to avoid the 5-day Alternate Quarantine.

Please note that similar testing techniques, including PCR, qPCR, and RT-qPCR are also accepted.

Do I need to take a pre-departure RT-PCR test to enter Thailand after April 1?

After April 1 you will no longer be required to do a pre-departure RT-PCR test in order to enter Thailand. It is prudent to confirm with your airline carrier and any transit countries if they need a pre-departure RT-PCR test.

After May 1, unvaccinated travelers will need to complete an RT-PCR test if they do not want to complete 5-day Alternate Quarantine.

How much does the antigen test kit cost and who do I pay?

An antigen test kit costs between 50-200 Baht. You purchase an ATK kit from any pharmacy or convenience store in Thailand.

What happens if I test positive for COVID on Day 1 or Day 5 (ATK)?

If you test positive for Covid-19 while in Thailand, you will be notified of how to proceed by medical professionals. The test center or hospital will make all arrangements to admit you to a hospital or suitable hotel (this will be decided on a case-by-case basis). Your expenses need to be covered by your insurance.

Positive Covid cases are assessed on a case-by-case basis. If you test positive on a Day 5 ATK test, you will report to the closest hospital or testing center. Depending on the severity of symptoms, you will be admitted to the hospital or be required to self-isolate in your hotel/accommodation for up to 14 days.

How can I report my Day 5 ATK test result?

On arrival in Thailand you need to download and install the MorChana app:

When you complete your Day 5 ATK test, you will upload the result through the app.

I cannot load my Day-5 ATK result into the MorChana App. What can I do?

If you cannot upload your ATK test result into the Morchana App, speak to reception at your hotel. They will assist with recording the result.

Can I bring an ATK test kit from my home country or do I need to buy it in Thailand?

You can bring a test from your home country, but ATK test kits are available at any pharmacy or 7-11 in Thailand. They cost between 50 – 200 Thai baht.

I have paid for RT-PCR tests but my flights have been cancelled. How do I get a refund?

You can apply for RT-PCR test refund at https://www.thailandpsas.com/refund

Children

I am travelling with children. Can I submit one application for the whole family/group?

All travelers, except children under the age of 18 must apply for Thailand Pass.

Children under the age of 18 do not need to register for the Thailand Pass. Parents will add their children’s information to their Thailand Pass registration under the ‘Personal Information’ section.

What will happen if my unvaccinated child under my Test and Go entry tested positive of COVID?

Covid cases in Thailand are assessed on a case-by-case basis.

  • If a child is too young to care for themselves, a parent is allowed to stay with them.
  • If a child is older and can be left unattended part-time, a parent is asked to stay separately from their child to avoid the risk of infection.

If my child is younger than 12, do they need to do an RT-PCR test through the nasal swab method?

No. Children under the age of 12 can conduct their RT-PCR test through other testing methods, i.e. saliva test.

Domestic Airport Transit on Arrival

What is a domestic “sealed flight”?

Before May 1, if you entered Thailand through Bangkok and planned to fly domestically to another location before undergoing your Test & Go, you needed to travel on certain sealed flights.

These flights should be booked as a single international transit itinerary and be a particular flight number.

After May 1, you do not need to book domestic sealed flights to transit inside Thailand.

What are approved sealed flight numbers?

There are several sealed flights available.

Approved sealed flight numbers for Samui begin with PG51xx.

Approved sealed flight numbers for Phuket begin PG52xx.

I booked my flights separately. Do I need to do my 1-night quarantine in Bangkok?

No. After May 1, vaccinated travelers do not need to complete Test & Go or Sandbox. You can book domestic flights to transit from Bangkok on entry.

Will Thailand Pass pick up on flight and quarantine discrepancies?

As part of due diligence, Thailand Pass confirms flight and accommodation details. If you have booked a non-sealed flight to another location and do not show your quarantine in Bangkok, this can lead to a delay or rejection of your Thailand Pass application.

What locations are available with sealed flights?

Sealed flights are currently available from Bangkok to Phuket and Koh Samui.

Travel to Bangkok

How to travel to Bangkok?

When visiting Bangkok you will arrive at Suvarnabhumi Airport or Don Mueang Airport. Once through immigration, you will be taken by designated transport (arranged through your SHA Extra +/AQ hotel) to the test center or hospital for your first RT-PCR test and then to your hotel while waiting for the result.

Some flights bound for Phuket or Pattaya will land at Suvarnabhumi Airport. If you are on one of these flights you will transit through the airport and board a domestic “sealed” flight to your destination. Please note that only particular flight numbers fall into this category.

Where to take my first COVID test in Bangkok?

You do not need to complete an RT-PCR test on arrival in Bangkok after May 1. You will need to complete an ATK self-test but this can be purchased from any pharmacy or convenience store.

Where to stay in Bangkok?

Travelers can book their one-night Test and Go Hotel in Bangkok through Agoda.com.

For unvaccinated travelers doing Alternate Quarantine, it is recommended to always make sure that you have booked the correct package that includes:

  • an airport pick-up
  • at least one RT-PCR test

Find the latest SHA+ Extra and AQ accommodation in Bangkok at Agoda.

Travel to Phuket

How to travel to Phuket?

When visiting Phuket you will arrive at Phuket International Airport.

Some flights bound for Phuket or Pattaya will land at Suvarnabhumi Airport. If you are on one of these flights, you will transit through the airport and board a domestic flight to your destination.

Can I hire a private taxi to Phuket?

No. Due to quarantine regulations, when entering Phuket through the Alternate Quarantine scheme you are required to transfer from the airport to your accommodation using an SHA-approved transit service.

Your SHA Extra + or AQ hotel should offer airport transfer as part of your quarantine package.

Where to take my first COVID test in Phuket?

You do not need to complete an RT-PCR test on arrival in Phuket after May 1. You will need to complete an ATK self-test but this can be purchased from any pharmacy or convenience store.

Unvaccinated travelers will need to book an RT-PCR test that will be done at the airport before transporting to your hotel.

Where to stay in Phuket?

Travelers can book their hotel in Phuket through Agoda.com.

For unvaccinated travelers doing Alternate Quarantine, it is recommended to always make sure that you have booked the correct package that includes:

  • an airport pick-up
  • at least one RT-PCR test
  • 5 nights accommodation

Find the latest SHA+ Extra and AQ accommodation in Phuket at Agoda.

For travelers entering Phuket you will be able to book your RT PCR test at: www.thailandpsas.com

Travel to Chiang Mai

How to travel to Chiang Mai?

When visiting Chiang Mai you will arrive at Chiang Mai International Airport.

Some flights bound for Chiang Mai will land at Suvarnabhumi Airport in Bangkok. If you are on one of these flights, you will transit through the airport and board a domestic flight to your destination.

Can I hire a private taxi to Chiang Mai?

No. Due to quarantine regulations, when entering Chiang Mai through the Alternate Quarantine scheme you are required to transfer from the airport to your accommodation using an SHA-approved transit service.

Your SHA Extra + or AQ hotel should offer airport transfer as part of your quarantine package.

Where to take my first COVID test in Chiang Mai?

You do not need to complete an RT-PCR test on arrival in Chiang Mai after May 1. You will need to complete an ATK self-test but this can be purchased from any pharmacy or convenience store.

Where to stay in Chiang Mai?

Travelers can book their hotel in Chiang Mai through Agoda.com.

For unvaccinated travelers doing Alternate Quarantine, it is recommended to always make sure that you have booked the correct package that includes:

  • an airport pick-up
  • at least one RT-PCR test
  • 5 nights accommodation

Find the latest SHA+ Extra and AQ accommodation in Chiang Mai at Agoda.

Travel to Pattaya

How to travel to Pattaya?

When visiting Pattaya you will arrive at U-Tapao–Rayong–Pattaya International Airport.

Some flights bound for Pattaya will land at Suvarnabhumi Airport in Bangkok. If you are on one of these flights, you will transit through the airport and board a domestic flight to your destination.

Can I hire a private taxi to Pattaya?

No. Due to quarantine regulations, when entering Pattaya through the Alternate Quarantine scheme you are required to transfer from the airport to your accommodation using an SHA-approved transit service.

Your SHA Extra + or AQ hotel should offer airport transfer as part of your quarantine package.

Where to take my first COVID test in Pattaya?

You do not need to complete an RT-PCR test on arrival in Pattaya after May 1. You will need to complete an ATK self-test but this can be purchased from any pharmacy or convenience store.

Where to stay in Pattaya?

Travelers can book their hotel in Pattaya through Agoda.com.

For unvaccinated travelers doing Alternate Quarantine, it is recommended to always make sure that you have booked the correct package that includes:

  • an airport pick-up
  • at least one RT-PCR test
  • 5 nights accommodation

Find the latest SHA+ Extra and AQ accommodation in Pattaya at Agoda.

Travel to Hua Hin

How to travel to Hua Hin?

When visiting Hua Hin you will arrive at Hua Hin Airport.

Some flights bound for Hua Hin will land at Suvarnabhumi Airport in Bangkok. If you are on one of these flights, you will transit through the airport and board a domestic flight to your destination.

Can I hire a private taxi to Hua Hin?

No. Due to quarantine regulations, when entering Hua Hin through the Alternate Quarantine scheme you are required to transfer from the airport to your accommodation using an SHA-approved transit service.

Your SHA Extra + or AQ hotel should offer airport transfer as part of your quarantine package.

Where to take my first COVID test in Hua Hin?

You do not need to complete an RT-PCR test on arrival in Hua Hin after May 1. You will need to complete an ATK self test but this can be purchased from any pharmacy or convenience store.

Where to stay in Hua Hin?

Travelers can book their hotel in Hua Hin through Agoda.com.

For unvaccinated travelers doing Alternate Quarantine, it is recommended to always make sure that you have booked the correct package that includes:

  • an airport pick-up
  • at least one RT-PCR test
  • 5 nights accommodation

To find the latest SHA+ Extra and AQ accommodation in Hua Hin contact us at [email protected]

As they are necessary for the Test and Go travel scheme by which you enter Thailand. You will not be permitted to leave the airport without the hotel picking you up.

Travel to Samui

How to travel to Samui?

When visiting Samui you will arrive at Phuket International Airport or Suvarnabhumi Airport in Bangkok. You will transit through the airport and board a domestic flight to your destination.

Can I hire a private taxi to Samui?

No. Due to quarantine regulations, when entering Samui through the Alternate Quarantine scheme you are required to transfer from the airport to your accommodation using an SHA-approved transit service.

Your SHA Extra + or AQ hotel should offer airport transfer as part of your quarantine package.

Where to take my first COVID test?

You will receive your RT-PCR test on arrival at the airport in Samui. You will then be taken by designated transport (arranged through your SHA Extra +/AQ hotel) to your hotel while waiting for the result.

Where to stay in Samui?

Travelers can book their hotel in Samui through Agoda.com.

For unvaccinated travelers doing Alternate Quarantine, it is recommended to always make sure that you have booked the correct package that includes:

  • an airport pick-up
  • at least one RT-PCR test
  • 5 nights accommodation

Find the latest SHA+ Extra and AQ accommodation in Samui at Agoda.

Information Security

Will my personal information be safe with Thailand Pass?

Your personal information is encrypted and safe with Thailand Pass as it will be used to approve and facilitate your arrival in Thailand only. Your information will not be shared with non-approved third parties.

I have received an email from Thailand Pass stating that some of my information is incorrect and I must enter new details and scan my QR code. Is this legitimate?

All Thailand Pass correspondence should be received from [email protected]

If you receive any correspondence requesting personal information from an email with a different ending, it may be a scam.

If you receive an email and are unsure, contact Thailand Pass directly by:

Email:

Phone: 
+66 2572 8442
+66 6 5205 4247
+66 6 5205 4248
+66 6 5205 4249

Additional Information

I have inquiries regarding my travel to Thailand / Thailand Pass system. Where can I find more information?

You can find more information at:

To follow up on the status of your current Thailand Pass application, visit the Thailand Pass website – https://tp.consular.go.th/en/check-status

COVID 19 Insurance: https://u.axa.co.th/Sawasdee_Siamlegal

COVID Travel Insurance Thailand

SHA+ Hotels in Phuket: https://www.agoda.com/?cid=1892424

Book SHA Plus Hotel here

Thailand Pass Support by Siam Legal: www.siam-legal.com/thailand-pass

Thailand Pass Support

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423 Comments

  1. Sunglim
    July 14, 2022
    Reply

    It looks outdated since Thailand Pass is not needed as of 1 July.
    So such as “can not hire taxi in Samui” or “taking covid test after arriving Samui” is not correct any more?
    Please confirm.

  2. CC
    July 3, 2022
    Reply

    Hi, I will transit at Bangkok in the middle of July. My flight from DOH to TPE is booked on the same ticket, and there is no need to recheck my baggage. Do I still need Covid insurance of USD10,000 and PCR proof for transit in SUVARNABHUMI international airport?
    Thank you for answering my questions.

  3. Shasha
    June 28, 2022
    Reply

    if the visitor from malaysia has tested positive for covid and has completed quarantining within 11 days can they travel to thailand with certificate recovery?

    • June 28, 2022

      Hi Sasha,

      Yes. Bring the certificate of recovery and vaccination certificate.

      Thank you

  4. Roy
    June 25, 2022
    Reply

    Hello,

    Please can you answer my questions below as confused if we still need to apply for a Thailand Pass and what Covid tests we need to do
    1. Our family fly from the UK to Phuket on 10th August via a connection flight in Vienna. Do we have to add Vienna as “Other visited countries within 14 days before arrival”
    2. Is BKK our first port of entry into Thailand or Phuket, which do we put as this is a connection flight?
    3. We are all fully vaccinated with certificates, do we still need to do a Covid test (if so which one would we need to do and when?)

    Regards
    Roy

    • June 29, 2022

      Hi Roy,

      Effective on July 1st , Thailand Pass is no longer required.

      If you are all fully vaccinated, bring your vaccination certificate and Passport.

      Thank you

  5. Heather
    June 25, 2022
    Reply

    Hi,

    I’ve very recently recovered from covid and I am due to fly beginning of July.

    I am not vaccinated and I’m worried that my professional covid test may still show as positive even though I’ve recovered from covid.

    Do you accept a covid recovery certificate from unvaccinated travellers?

    • June 29, 2022

      Hi Heather,

      You can bring you certificate of recovery, if still unvaccinated you need to have negative RT PCR within 72 hours of your flight. If shows up positive , you will send to quarantine facility. Better to get insurance with covid medical coverage with a minimum of USD 10,000.

      Thank you

  6. Roy Manning
    June 25, 2022
    Reply

    Our family are traveling to Thailand from the UK to Phuket with a connection flight in Vienna. On the Thailand Pass do I just put the second half of the flight into Thailand on our pass (from Vienna) or do I have to say we visited another country within 14 days ? We are not leaving the airport in Vienna

    Secondly, do we put the very first airport we land in Thailand (BKK) or our final destination airport which is Phuket?

    Kind regards
    Roy

    • June 29, 2022

      Hi Roy,

      If you will travel July 1st onwards, nothing to worry with Thailand Pass as it is no longer required. If within the month of June, you can put the first point in Thailand at your Thailand Pass.

      Thank you

  7. Gerald
    June 24, 2022
    Reply

    additional question:
    found this Announcement
    “Wednesday, May 25, 2022

    Entry Measures for Thai and Foreign Nationals (From 1 July 2022)
    – Thailand Pass not required
    – Certificate of vaccination or an RT-PCR / Professional ATK COVID-19 test result issued within 72 hours before departure
    – Medical insurance not required
    – Airlines will check your documents be”

    Does that mean that when I fly after 1st of July I do not need thailand pass and an ATK is sufficient which is then checked by my airline?

    • June 24, 2022

      Dear Gerald,

      Yes, that is correct. You do not need Thailand Pass. Just come with your passport, visa (if needed) and your COVID test test.
      Thank you.

  8. Gerald
    June 24, 2022
    Reply

    I am unvaccinated. The FAQ says I should apply for Thailand pass not less than 3 days before arrival. At the same time the result of the ATK or PCR test shall not be older than 72h (which is also 3 days). This means I have exactly this 1 second to apply for thailand pass? (since I do not know the exact second I am entering Thailand this is impossible) It seems to be impossible to finish the form without uploading the test result.

    The other point is: the FAQ says I do need a PCR and an official ATK test is not suffiecient. In the application form I can also choose ATK. Do I need a PCR or is an ATK sufficient?

    Thanks

    • June 29, 2022

      Hi Gerald,

      That would be fine, Thailand Pass only takes 30 minutes upto an hour to process. You can do RT PCR if you are unvaccinated

      Thank you

  9. Kayden
    June 23, 2022
    Reply

    Hi I just recovered from Covid a few days ago. I am travelling to Thailand a few days later. Can I enter Thailand with a Thai pass generated? I have been fully vaccinated more than 14 days ago.

    • June 29, 2022

      Hi Kayden,

      Yes, bring vaccination certificate and Certificate of recovery as well.

      Thank you

  10. Frank
    June 23, 2022
    Reply

    Hi,
    If my flight is on 30 June night, will be landed on 1 July evening.
    Is Thailand pass being require?

    • June 29, 2022

      Hi Frank,

      If you will be landed on 1st July, it’s not necessary. But if you are still concern, you can apply as it takes only 30 minutes to process.

      Thank you

  11. Bhawana
    June 23, 2022
    Reply

    Hi,

    I have connecting flight to Phuket from Bangalore (India) to Phuket via Bangkok.
    My flight number is also changed when coming from Bangalore to Bangkok and Then Bangkok to Phuket.

    My question is when i am applying for thai pass , it asks first arrival in thailand & flight arrival number.

    What should i put in this field as first arrival is Bangkok to the land of thailand (flight number is different) & final destination is phuket.

    Please help so that i can apply for Thai Pass.

    • June 29, 2022

      Hi Bhawana,

      You can put Bangkok if that is your first point.

      Thank you

  12. Victor
    June 23, 2022
    Reply

    My family and I are traveling to the Philippines and have 17 hour transit at BKK airport. Can we leave the airport and stay at a hotel nearby?

    • June 29, 2022

      Hi Victor,

      Yes, you can. Apply for a Thailand Pass as requirements.

      Thank you

  13. Vistar
    June 23, 2022
    Reply

    Hi, I see the Thai Pass is necessary if baggage needs to be re-checked in at immigration. How can I confirm I need to leave the transit area and go to immigration for my flight if I am transiting through Thailand.

    For context, I am going from India to Hong Kong via Bangkok with a 3-hour layover, and my flights are booked on the same ticket.

    Also, if I do need to go through immigration, do I need to also apply for a transit visa? How long does it take for an applicant to receive?

    Thank you so much for all your help. A quick reply will be greatly appreciated as my flight is this weekend!

    • June 29, 2022

      Hi Vistar,

      If your country was included in visa exemption , no need to get transit visa.

      Yes, if you will recheck in luggage at immigration , you need Thailand Pass.

      Thank you.

  14. Pei Shi Tan
    June 22, 2022
    Reply

    Hi,

    Thailand Pass status stated “Issued”, may I ask is this means it has been Approved?

    Thank you.

    • June 29, 2022

      Hi Pei,

      Check your email for the QR code.

      Thank you

  15. Kiran
    June 22, 2022
    Reply

    Hi

    We arrive in Thailand on 2nd July. I have seen that foreign nationals no longer need to apply for the Thai pass, please can you confirm this is the case.

    Many thanks

    • June 29, 2022

      Hi Kiran,

      Yes, effective on July 1st , it’s no longer required.

      Thank you

  16. N
    June 21, 2022
    Reply

    Hi, thank you for answering all queries.
    I would like to ask:
    1)What happens if I entered the wrong flight number?
    2) What happens if I write wrong vaccination date by mistake?
    Would it be best to reapply for the pass? Thank you

    • June 29, 2022

      Hi N,

      You can reapply with correct information, it only takes 30 minutes upto an hour.

      Thank you

  17. Jonathan
    June 20, 2022
    Reply

    Hi, I m mistakenly registering and uploading only my last vaccine certificate. The QR code already Issued. Itried to edit but Cannot do it since the edit option cannot be clicked. Is it okay if I am register again?

    • June 29, 2022

      Hi Jonathan,

      Yes, you can re apply.

      Thank you

  18. Robin Fleming
    June 20, 2022
    Reply

    Do I need a Thai pass for a self transfer flight in BKK airport?

    • June 29, 2022

      Hi Robin,

      If you will recheck in at immigration , Yes.

      Thank you

  19. May
    June 19, 2022
    Reply

    Good day,

    I will transit via thailand, flying from Phnom Penh PNH to BKK then to HKG on the same day, do I need a thailand pass?

    • June 29, 2022

      Hi May,

      If you will recheck in luggage at immigration , you need to apply Thailand Pass too, if No, it’s not necessary.

      Thank you

  20. angie
    June 18, 2022
    Reply

    If my flight is on 22 June but I apply the Thailand pass on 21 June is it okay? How long does the Thailand Pass approval process take?

    • June 20, 2022

      Dear Angie,

      The Thailand Pass will only take 30 minutes to get issued.
      Thank you.

  21. Sam Chan
    June 18, 2022
    Reply

    Hi, apart from a Thailand Pass, do I need to apply a tourist visa if I stay within 30 days, or a business visa if I stay over 30 days there? I will fly to Thailand from HK. Thanks.

    • June 29, 2022

      Hi Sam,

      You are granted for 30 days visa free if your country is included with the visa exemption , in excess of that you need to apply visa base on your purpose.

      Thank you

  22. Nurul Nabilah
    June 17, 2022
    Reply

    Hi. My passport is expiring on 17th November 2022. I’ve booked my flight ticket to Krabi on 3rd-6th July 2022 including return flight ticket. Based on the new regulations applicable from 1 July 2022 where Thailand pass has been lifted therefore do I just provide my return flight ticket?

    • June 29, 2022

      Hi Nurul,

      The passport should be valid for 6 mos.

      Thank you

  23. Caro Van Riebeke
    June 16, 2022
    Reply

    My Thailand Pass is only valid from 3th until 6th of July, but I stay in Thailand until the 16th (flying from Bangkok to Chiang Mai to Phuket and back). Does this mean I have a window of 3 days to arrive in Thailand and I only have to show it when I enter the country (on the 3th)? Or do I also have to show it when I take domestic flights?

  24. Sam Chan
    June 16, 2022
    Reply

    Hi, if I apply a Non immigrant business visa, do I need to apply Thailand Pass?

    • June 17, 2022

      Dear Sam,

      Yes, you need a Thailand Pass regardless of your Visa and Vaccination Status. All foreigners must register for Thailand Pass before coming to Thailand. You can register for your Thai Pass on this website: https://tp.consular.go.th/
      Thank you.

  25. Serena
    June 16, 2022
    Reply

    Hello, I have a transit through BKK, from Vietnam, to go back to France with a layover of 2 hours and I don’t need to checkin again. Do I need a Thai pass ? Thank you

    • June 17, 2022

      Dear Serena,

      You do not need a Thailand Pass if you are not going to clear passport control. However, you still need to show insurance and proof of vaccination or proof of COVID test.
      Thank you.

  26. Mie
    June 16, 2022
    Reply

    I plan to go to Thailand in October, but as I’m getting married in late August, my surname will change. My plane ticket and passport will be in my maiden name. How and when should I apply to Thai Pass? Can I do that before name change, or if I do it after the surname change (and then have different surname on passport and Thai Pass), will I have to bring some extra documentation?

    • June 29, 2022

      Hi Mie,

      On August Thailand Pass is not required, it will be wave starting on July 1.

      Thank you

  27. C Lee
    June 16, 2022
    Reply

    Hi, i will be flying domestically within Thailand. From Chiang Mai to Bangkok, and Bangkok to Phuket. Do i need a Thailand Pass for the domestic flights?
    Thank you

    • June 28, 2022

      Hi C Lee,

      For domestic flights, No.

      Thank you

  28. Olga Sokol
    June 15, 2022
    Reply

    Hi,

    For a layover flight do I need a Thai Pass?

    And does staying a night in Thailand Require a pass?

    Thanks, Olga

  29. Sami
    June 15, 2022
    Reply

    Am fully vaccinated and for Thailand pass I will upload passport, proof of vaccination and proof of the mandatory Covid-19 insurance policy to the Thailand Pass portal.

    However, is it mandatory that the hotel booking confirmation is pre-payed or ok to attach confirmation, payment directly at the hotel?

    Am traveling on standby basis and therefore exact arrival time/date not confirmed so much in advance.

    Thank you for your assistance.

    • June 28, 2022

      Hi Sami,

      For hotel, just put the address where you will stay.

      Thank you

  30. Olga Sokol
    June 15, 2022
    Reply

    Hi,

    For a layover flight, do I need a Thai Pass?

    Also, for a 1 night stay, do I still need the Thai Pass?

    Thanks, Olga

    • June 28, 2022

      Hi Olga,

      If you will enter in the month of June, Yes you need Thailadn Pass if you will stay one night.

      Thank you

  31. Tess
    June 15, 2022
    Reply

    Hi there

    I am flying with Thai Airways to Bangkok for only a 2 hour stopover before connecting to Munich. Do I need to get Thailand Pass or covid test etc? Just want to know what is required for a stopover where I will not pass through immigration.

    Thanks

    • June 28, 2022

      Hi Tess,

      If your flight was still within the month of June, and if you will recheck in your luggage at immigration for your next flight, you need Thailand Pass If not, just covid insurance.

      Thank you

  32. Najmul
    June 15, 2022
    Reply

    Hi,

    My name is incorrectly spelt in my Thai pass.

    There is one additional alphabet. I’m unable to edit it to make corrections and the pass is approved.

    How can I fix it? Can it be corrected or do I need to apply for a new Pass?

    • June 28, 2022

      Hi Najmul,

      You can reapply for name discrepancy. It takes only 30 minutes upto an hour.

      Thank you

    • Jane
      July 13, 2022

      Hi,

      My child is age under 2. Does she need to do PCR test and get the results 72hours before flight ?

      Thank you

    • August 10, 2022

      Hi Jane,

      If parents are fully vaccinated, children can enter without test.

      For more information about travel to Thailand, please check this link:
      https://www.siam-legal.com/legal-guide/how-to-enter-thailand-2022-guide.pdf

  33. Rajdeep Singh Randhawa
    June 14, 2022
    Reply

    I applied for a thai pass. i attached two hotel bookings. one for bangkok and other for phuket. i also attach bangkok to phuket air ticket.
    but i recieved only thai pass from 22 to 24th july. it supposed to be until 26th my hotel booking is 24 to 26 in phuket. how to change now

    • June 14, 2022

      Hi Rajdeep,

      That’s okay, your departure will not be affected even you stayed additional days as Thailand Pass will use for entry requirements.

      Thank you

  34. Kathrin
    June 14, 2022
    Reply

    Hello,
    We are travelling from Germany and our flight from Munich to Phuket stops at first in Bangkok for almost 2 hours. Is the first Port of arrival Bangkok or Phuket?
    Thanks for your help 🙂

    • June 14, 2022

      Hi Kathrin,

      You can put put Phuket on your Thailand Pass application.

      Thank you

  35. Riz
    June 14, 2022
    Reply

    Hi!

    I have already applied for my Thailand Pass and it’s already been approved. Just as a sanity check – I officially have 3 given names stated in my passport, but I had only filled in my first name and my last name.

    Can I assume this will not be a problem when entering Thailand, since the pass has been approved already?

    • June 14, 2022

      Hi Riz,

      Better to put your whole name, you can re apply.

      Thank you

  36. MAYCHEUNG
    June 14, 2022
    Reply

    Good Day,

    I will be flying from phnom Penh, Cambodia to Hong Kong via Bangkok, however the flight tickets are separated(two different airlines), as I know I will need to get through the immigration in order to get my luggage and then to re-check in for the flight from Bangkok to Hong Kong. The transit time is only 2 hours, do I need a Thailand pass?

    Thank you in advance!

    • June 14, 2022

      Hi Maycheung,

      Yes, if you will check in at the immigration, you need to apply Thailand Pass.

      Thank you

  37. Helena
    June 13, 2022
    Reply

    Hi,

    Does a child of 4 years old need separate insurance? or we can submit the parent’s insurance file for both of them?

    • June 14, 2022

      Hi Helena,

      You can apply for family insurance.

      Thank you

  38. Lonn
    June 12, 2022
    Reply

    Why is my validity only 4 days for my Thailand pass? I’m going for 6 days.

    • June 14, 2022

      Hi Lonn,

      That’s okay, Thailand Pass is an entry requirements.

      Thank you

  39. Tang Chee Hoe
    June 11, 2022
    Reply

    Hi,
    I plan to visit to Hatyai by train from Malaysia from 1-4 Jul 2022, may I know can submit the Thailand Pass application now? Max how many days in advance is allowed? Thanks

    • June 14, 2022

      Hi Tang,

      You can apply a week before, Thailand Pass application process only takes an hour now.

      Thank you

  40. benghee
    June 11, 2022
    Reply

    Hi, my transit time in BKK is around 10 hours and I would like to use that long transit time to get out the airport and travel around the city. I realised that Thai Pass needed me to fill in hotel address which I’m not planning to book for just a few hours city trip. Is it possible to apply the pass for such short trip without booking the hotel?

    • June 14, 2022

      Hi Benghee,

      It’s okay, Just put address of any hotel. Also , if you’re baggage will be check in at immigration, you really need to apply Thailand Pass.

      Thank you

  41. Jeongwoo
    June 11, 2022
    Reply

    My flight to Thailand on July 22 has been changed to July 26 and my Thai pass valid for entry is from July 22 to 25 only. Do I need to reapply for a new Thai Pass again?

    • June 14, 2022

      Hi Jeongwoo,

      You can apply again.

      Thank you

  42. Saichol
    June 10, 2022
    Reply

    My last vaccination 3rd shot was Dec’21. Can I apply Thailand pass?

    • June 14, 2022

      Hi Saichol,

      Yes, if you had 2 doses .

      Thank you

  43. Roger Hamilton
    June 10, 2022
    Reply

    Hello, on 27 July I am flying from Spain to Bangkok via Abu Dhabi (United Arab Emirates), arriving in Bangkok on 28 July early in the morning. On the Thailand Pass registration page it asks about “Other visited countries within 14 days before arrival”, do I have to put United Arab Emirates (transit country) – I will not leave Abu Dhabi airport, just go through transit – or do I just put Spain?

    • June 14, 2022

      Hi Roger,

      Use your point of origin if you will just layover in UAE.

      Thank you

  44. Daniel
    June 10, 2022
    Reply

    Hello,
    I will need to apply two times for the Thailand Pass (Arrive at Bangkok, stay two nights, flight to Cambodia, stay 4 nights , return to Bangkok, stay four nights).
    Can I aplly for both passes before my first entry or will I have to aplly from Cambodia? I’d like to have it safe before I leave from home.
    Thanks in advance,
    Daniel

    • June 14, 2022

      Hi Daniel,

      Better to do it one by one, Thailand Pass takes only an hour to process now.

      Thank you

  45. Vanessa
    June 10, 2022
    Reply

    Hi, good day.

    We are departing from the Philippines this coming June 15 for an event. Initially, the hotel booking that we submitted for the Thailand Pass is from June 15-19, 2022. We already have the QR Code and it’s from 15th until the 18th. However we have to transfer to a different hotel from 19 to 21.
    Do we need to apply for new Thailand Pass with the new hotel booking number/information?

    Thank you.

    • June 14, 2022

      Hi Vanessa,

      That’s ok, you can still use it.

      Thank you

  46. Jack
    June 10, 2022
    Reply

    Hello,

    I am flying into BKK from HK (landing at 14:25) on June 23 and flying out of BKK at 00:05 on June 24. So I will be at the airport for 9.5 hours. I booked 2 separate tickets. Do I still need to get Thai Pass and Insurance?

    Thank you

    • June 14, 2022

      Hi Jack,

      Yes, you need insurance.

      If your check in you baggage at immigration you need to register a Thailand Pass, if No, it’s not necessary.

      Thank you

  47. JS
    June 10, 2022
    Reply

    Hi can i ask if im travelling from 6-12jul but my thai pass shows entry from 6-9 jul is it correct?

    • June 14, 2022

      Hi JS,

      Yes, that’s okay.

      Thank you

  48. Benjamat Race
    June 10, 2022
    Reply

    Dear Sir/Madam

    I have a quick question. I already registered for my Thailand pass and it has been approved since 10th May. However, I am confused as I understand that some changes were made regardless to Thailand pass from the 2nd June. I am travelling with my British Passport does the changes effect non-Thai national? Like I said my Thailand has been Approved since 10th May and I will arrive in BKK on the 25th June. Am I still okay with my original Thailand pass?

    Thank you
    Benjamat

    • June 14, 2022

      Hi Benjamat,

      You can still use it, foreign travellers has still a same requirements.

      Thank you

  49. Indiana
    June 9, 2022
    Reply

    Hi – I have a layover of four hours in BKK but do not plan on leaving the airport, how do I fill out the hotel/accomodation info since I will not be staying in one?

    • June 14, 2022

      Hi Indiana,

      If you have a check in baggage at Immigration , you need Thailand Pass, if No, just covid insurance.

      Thank you

  50. Kunio
    June 9, 2022
    Reply

    Hi

    My Thailand pass already issued. But I found I fill in wrong date of my vaaccinated day. Is it necessary to edit? If necessary, how to edit?
    Thank you

    • June 14, 2022

      Hi Kunio,

      That’s okay, just don’t forget to bring your vaccination certificate.

      Thank you

  51. Kheng Hsin
    June 9, 2022
    Reply

    Thai Pass needed for International transit at Suvarnabhumi Airport?
    I’ll travel from Penang, transit at Suvarnabhumi Airport to Bangladesh, do i need to apply Thai Pass for transit?

    • June 14, 2022

      Hi Kheng,

      No, just covid insurance if you will not check in your baggage at immigration.

      Thank you

  52. Lorraine
    June 8, 2022
    Reply

    Hi,

    I have a 9 hour layover in BKK and would like to explore the city. However, I won’t be booking for a hotel. How do I answer the “Hotel Booking” portion in the Thailand Pass? Thank you!

    • June 9, 2022

      Hi Lorraine,

      Put the address of hoteL.

      Thank you

    • UT
      June 12, 2022

      Hello, I am arriving in thailand but departing again to another country within 24 hours. I will have to clear immigration, go to the city, and re-check in to my next flight after staying few hours in bangkok. I am fully vaccinated. Do I need thailand pass or just insurance is sufficient pls ?

    • June 14, 2022

      Hi UT,

      If you will check in baggage at immigration, you need to apply Thailand Pass.

      Thank you

  53. Michelle
    June 8, 2022
    Reply

    Hi, I would like to check if I applied the travel pass with the surname behind is it acceptable or I need to reapply?
    Thanks for assist.

    • June 14, 2022

      Hi Michelle,

      Your Passport name and Thailand Pass application should have a same spelling and info.

      Thank you

  54. Sarjid Kaur
    June 8, 2022
    Reply

    I can’t edit my info on the travel history. Must I do a re submission? Travelling to Malaysia on the 9th of June then to Bangkok on the 14th. Please advice.

    • June 8, 2022

      Hi Sarjid,

      Yes, you can apply again.

      Thank you

  55. Sarjid kaur
    June 8, 2022
    Reply

    I can’t edit my travel history. Travelling to Bangkok on the 14th June but I’m travelling Malaysia on the 8th of June. Do I need to do a resubmission?? Thank you

    • June 8, 2022

      Hi Sarjid,

      Yes.

      Thank you

  56. Scott
    June 8, 2022
    Reply

    Hi. I have a flight change arriving three days (but before 72 hours) after my original flight booking was scheduled to land. Can use my existing Thai Pass, even though my airline and date of arrival has changed.

    • June 8, 2022

      Hi Scott ,

      Your Thailand Pass is valid +3 days of your enrolled flight.

      Thank you

  57. Anbarasan
    June 8, 2022
    Reply

    Hi,

    We are traveling from India and we are arriving at Bangkok (BKK), then there is a layover of 3 hours and then to Phuket (HKT). We’ll be staying in Phuket for 2 days. We would like to know which airport would be our first port arrival, is it Bangkok or Phuket? We need this information to raise Thailand pass.

    • June 8, 2022

      Hi Anbarasan,

      If just a layover for just few hours in BKK , put Phuket.

      Thank you

  58. Benny
    June 8, 2022
    Reply

    Hi
    If we are four who travel together (two parents with two children), and are insured by the same insurance.
    Insurance covers us all for $ 10,000. Will it be ok, or should it cover 40,000$ now that we are four people?

    Thanks

    • June 8, 2022

      Hi Benny,

      The insurance company will just state 10,000 USD but must be in higher amount if you will avail family insurance, and all members name should be in the policy.

      Thank you

  59. Simon
    June 8, 2022
    Reply

    Hi
    Do children (not Thai) also have to be fully vaccinated to get to thailand.

    Thank you

  60. Jack
    June 7, 2022
    Reply

    Hello,

    I am travelling from the United Kingdom but have a 1h45m connection in Doha, Qatar. On the “departure from country/area” section, do I put United Kingdom or Qatar?

    Thank you.

    • June 8, 2022

      Hi Jack,

      Put the point of your origin.

      Thank you

  61. Abhilash kuriako
    June 7, 2022
    Reply

    Hai,
    I received my Thailand pass, but in the application i mentioned arriving airport was Suvarnabhumi, but I am arriving at Don mueang airport. May I resubmit the thai pass application

    • June 8, 2022

      Hi Abhilash,

      Yes.

      Thank you

  62. Chan
    June 7, 2022
    Reply

    hi i am unable to select my departure date. I applied today for arrival 8 June and will be departing Thailand on 13 June. Under my Thai pass, the validity is just from 8 June till 11 June. Do i need to reapply again to ensure the whole length of validity is valid from 8 June to 13 June?

    Please confirm as i was not given the option to indicate my departure date.

    • June 7, 2022

      Dear Chan,

      The Thailand Pass is not a visa and it is not a permit to stay in Thailand. Thailand Pass is only a permit to enter Thailand. Based on the information you have given, you need to use this Thailand Pass and arrive to Thailand on June 8, June 9, June 10 or June 11. You are given extra days in case of flight delay.
      Thank you.

  63. Abhilash kuriako
    June 7, 2022
    Reply

    Hai,
    I’m traveling to Thailand jul 2nd, thailand pass application I submitted my arrival airport is Suvarnabhumi, but when I check the tickets it’s don mueang airport, i received thai pass. Can I change it?

    • June 8, 2022

      Hi Abhilash,

      That’s okay , no need to change. But if you insisted, new application process now will just takes 30 minutes.

      Thank you

  64. Leonie Jones
    June 7, 2022
    Reply

    Hello we have a 4 hour stopover in Bangkok and need to change airlines
    Arrive from Melbourne on Jetstar
    Then after 4 hour stopover we go South Korea with Thai Airways
    Do we need a travel Visa when we are not leaving the airport ?

    • June 8, 2022

      Hi Leonie,

      No need, but you need to get covid insurance.

      Thank you

  65. Jay
    June 6, 2022
    Reply

    Hi, we change our hotel after we get the Thailand Pass, do we need to update or make the new Thailand Pass again? Thank you

    • June 8, 2022

      Hi Jay,

      That’s okay. No need, you can stay in any hotel of your choice.

      Thank you

  66. Sunaina Oberoi
    June 6, 2022
    Reply

    i want apply thailand pass i m travelling on 28 june how should apply we are 4 from our family

    • June 8, 2022

      Hi Sunaina,

      For Adult, you should apply one by one. But if you are traveling with your children , their name can be put under your application. There is an additional button in the application.

      Thank you

  67. Kavitha Karpaya
    June 5, 2022
    Reply

    Dear Sir/Madam,

    I have just applied for the Thai Pass as we are arriving in Bangkok on 7 June 2022. We are departing Bangkok on 12 June 2022.
    However, our Thai Pass is valid till 10 June 2022.

    Is it ok, or do we need to reapply on 10 June 2022?

    Thank you, and have a nice day.

    • June 8, 2022

      Hi Kavitna,

      That’s okay, your pass is a requirements for entry, your departure is doesn’t matter.

      Thank you

  68. Chia Yoke Hwee
    June 5, 2022
    Reply

    Hi,
    My pass only valid from 30 June to 3rd July, but I plan a week’s trip in Hatyai.
    That mean I will leave on the 6th July.
    What should I do?

    Please assist & hope to hear from you soon.

    Thank you.

    • June 8, 2022

      Hi Chia,

      There’s no problem with the date of departure, Thailand Pass is an entry requirements .

      Thank you

  69. Tom
    June 5, 2022
    Reply

    Hi
    as i understand , children under 18 are not required to be vaccinated if the parents are vaccinated
    when i add a child section at the form , there is a section where i need to declare the child vaccination or PCR test 72 hours before the flight
    so if i got the above right , do i need to fill this for only after i got my kids 72 hours PCR test resaults ? meaning about 24 hour before my flight ?

    Thx
    Tom

  70. palesa
    June 4, 2022
    Reply

    Hello My husband and I plan to travel in August what documents are required besides the Thai pass for domestic travelling like to travel to Bangkok and Phuket ? Or can we only stick to one destination

    • June 8, 2022

      Hi Palesa,

      Once you entered in Thailand, you can travel anywhere.

      Thank you

  71. BEE
    June 4, 2022
    Reply

    If I use border pass to enter Thailand, so which type of passport that I need to put in Thailand Pass Passport type column. Original passport or others?

    • June 8, 2022

      Hi Bee,

      Your Passport ID number.

      Thank you

  72. Daniel
    June 4, 2022
    Reply

    Hi.

    According to this website, my uncle apparently needs Covid-19 Insurance even though he is only going to Thailand to transit to another destination. He will remain in the airport for around 3 hours to board the next flight and will not leave the airport. The insurance advertised on this website (AXA) cannot accept my uncle because he is too old (76). I need to know where I can obtain Covid-19 Insurance for him given his age. I really need your help.

    Thank you.

    • June 14, 2022

      Hi Daniel,

      Yes, for layver travel insurance with covid medical coverage of USD 10,000 is still required.

      Thank you

  73. Richard Tasker
    June 4, 2022
    Reply

    TRYING TO GET THAILAND PASS ?
    the site for Thailand Pass will NOT let me put 1945 in ?
    how can I do this Please !

  74. Daryl
    June 3, 2022
    Reply

    Hi There,

    On the application is asks if I have visited another country in last 14 days, do I have to list a country I have transited through for connecting flight to get to Thailand?

    • June 8, 2022

      Hi Daryl,

      Put the last point of your origin.

      Thank you

  75. Bob Wong
    June 2, 2022
    Reply

    I will be staying in Thailand from 12 June 2022 to 16 June 2022. My Thailand pass says “Valid for Entry until 15 June 2022”. Will this be a problem for me?

    • June 8, 2022

      Hi Bob,

      That would be ok, your Thailand Pass is an entry requirements.

      Thank you

  76. Fun
    June 2, 2022
    Reply

    Hi,

    I am just tested Covid positive fee days ago and my Thailand Pass has approved previously.

    May I know if I need to attach any supporting document for Thailand Pass application in future?

    Besides that, what extra documents needed to enter Thailand for someone who recovered from Covid-19.

    • June 2, 2022

      Hi Fun,

      You should have certificate of recovery.

      Thank you

    • Fun
      June 2, 2022

      May I know if I need to attach the certificate of recovery when I am applying Thailand pass again.

    • June 8, 2022

      Hi Fun,

      Yes.

      Thank you

    • Phinith Chanthalangsy
      June 3, 2022

      Hello
      I am travelling to Bangkok arriving in the morning for business and on the same day i have to travel to Vientiane, Laos. Then 2 days later, less than 48h, i will travel back to Bangkok.
      In this case can i use one single Thai Pass for the two entries at thw Bangkok airport? Or do i have to apply to another Pass in Vientiane before traveling back into Bangkok for the second time?
      Thank you

    • June 8, 2022

      Hi Phinith,

      Every entry, one Thailand Pass.

      Thank you

  77. don jarvis
    June 2, 2022
    Reply

    I am travelling to Thailand in October/November 2022. How far ahead can i apply for my Thai pass if i have all the information

    • June 2, 2022

      Hi Don,

      You can apply a week prior your flight, there maybe some changes in upcoming months. Stay tune.

      Thank you

  78. Rosemarie
    June 1, 2022
    Reply

    Hi! I just want to know if my fiancé needs to register for a Thai pass because it’s a connecting flight from France, to Thailand, to Manila and then to Cebu city. He needs to wait 2 hours in Thailand airport before his flight here in the Philippines. Should he still gets a Thai pass or not?

    I just want to make sure so he will have all the papers that he needs for his travel.

    • June 2, 2022

      Hi Rosemarie,

      No need for Thailand Pass, just covid insurance.

      Thank you

  79. Tom
    June 1, 2022
    Reply

    Hello,

    We land and depart BKK the same day. (7 hours in Thailand). However, we don’t have a transit flight. We need to clear immigration, collect luggage and check in again.

    Do we need Thai Pass or will onward travel ticket suffice?

    • June 1, 2022

      Hi Tom,

      If you will check in all the way to final destination, then you need to apply Thailand Pass.

      Thank you.

    • Tom Lemon
      June 2, 2022

      Hello,

      I do not understand what you mean. I will check in for my flight to BKK in Hong Kong. Then in BKK I will check in for my flight to the UK.

      So do I need Thai Pass to clear immigration on arrival and then check in again to depart?

      Regards

    • June 14, 2022

      Hi Tom,

      If during your lay over, you will recheck in your baggage at immigration for the next flight, then you need Thailand Pass.

      Thank you

  80. Jackie
    June 1, 2022
    Reply

    Hi, I have received the pass but I just realized I have mixed up the given name and middle name for my Chinese name. Should I resubmit the application as I’m unable to edit it.
    Thank you.

    • June 1, 2022

      Hi Jackie,

      Please reapply with correct information and spelling.

      Thank you

  81. rashmi
    May 31, 2022
    Reply

    missed adding kids in my thai pass. how can I edit it?

    • June 1, 2022

      Dear Rashmi,

      You can submit a new application for yourself and make sure you do not forget to ADD the children.
      Thank you.

  82. Tiffany Mak
    May 31, 2022
    Reply

    Hi,
    I’m wondering if I need a Thai pass if I’m transiting in Thailand.
    I booked my flight ticket separately so it’s a self transfer.
    And I will have to wait for around 6 hours for the next flight in BKK airport.
    May I ask what do I have to prepare ?

    Best Regards,
    Tiffany

    • June 1, 2022

      Hi Tiffany,

      No it’s not required, just valid insurance.

      Thank you

  83. Shafiqa
    May 30, 2022
    Reply

    I have a through ticket from Singapore to Europe via Bangkok, do I need a Thai Pass? I have a valid insurance.

    • June 1, 2022

      Hi Shafiqa,

      Just valid insurance.

      Thank you

  84. Michael Richard Nulty
    May 30, 2022
    Reply

    Good Afternoon.
    My Thailand Pass QR Reader came after two days. It was labeled “No Quarantine”. However, when I went to register my pass on the the Morchana App. After initial pages and entering my QR Reader, the app came back that “Error, Invalid Thailand Pass Information”. Can you please assist me in this matter.
    Michael

    • June 1, 2022

      Dear Michael,

      Morchana apps is not necessary.

      Thank you

  85. Ibrahim Abbas Mustafa Ali
    May 29, 2022
    Reply

    Hi dear Madam/Sir
    My first name is Ibrahim but unfortunately it has been given Ibrajim instead. So one letter wrong.

    how i correct it?
    my Thaipass ID is: 62926575c09f6a87b046a60e

    thank you

    • June 1, 2022

      Hi Ibrahim,

      You can re apply your application.

      Thank you.

  86. TAM
    May 28, 2022
    Reply

    Hi, so i’m coming back to malaysia but i will transit in bangkok for about 2-3 hours, do i need to apply for the insurance for thailand pass?

    • June 1, 2022

      Hi Tam,

      Yes, just covid insurance.

      Thank you

  87. David
    May 28, 2022
    Reply

    My partner is a Thai national and will be travelling to visit her family in Thailand on the 8th of June using her UK passport as her Thai passport has expired. Will she be exempt from Thailand Pass as she was born in Thailand, or will she still need the pass because she is travelling on a UK passport?

    • June 14, 2022

      Hi David,

      Since she will use foreign passport, she need to apply Thailand Pass like other foreign traveler requirements.

      Thank you

  88. Sean
    May 27, 2022
    Reply

    Hi Rex
    Vaccine-
    I plan do my pass soon.
    Do i put my first & second does last year.
    Or my booster (3)in Thailand and 2nd (4 dose) booster in Uk?

    • May 27, 2022

      Dear Sean,

      You will provide all information of the Dose 1, Dose 2, Dose 3 and Dose 4.
      Thank you.

  89. Vivian
    May 27, 2022
    Reply

    Hi,

    My husband couldn’t check the status of his Thailand Pass application using the access code he received-access denied was prompted in the page. He uploaded documents in pdf format instead of jpeg. What must he do? Can he submit another application?

    • May 27, 2022

      Dear Vivian,

      It is a common technical glitch. Just wait for the result by email or check the status after 24 hours from the time you submitted the application.
      Thank you.

  90. A
    May 26, 2022
    Reply

    Hi,
    After i applied and get my thai pass only i found out my passport expired. After getting my new passport. Passport number is different. Does it any problem when enter to thai? How can i update my latest passport number?

    • June 1, 2022

      Hi A,

      You can re apply with correct information.

      Thank you

  91. Liam
    May 25, 2022
    Reply

    We are due to travel to Thailand with my young son who is only 2 months old. We are unable to get insurance for him with Axa, FWD or MSIG as they only offer from 1 year onwards. Are we still required to have insurance for him? If so, who can we get this from?

  92. MOHAMMED AL KHALAF
    May 25, 2022
    Reply

    Hi

    My Thai Pass is approved.
    Do i have still to download the Morchana App ?
    Or no need anymore ?
    Thanks,
    Mohammed

    • May 25, 2022

      Dear Mohammed,

      No, you do not need to download the Morchana app. It is no longer required since May 1.
      Thank you.

  93. Virginia Mascarenhas
    May 24, 2022
    Reply

    Can we stay in any hotel of our choice of we travel in june to Thailand….or is it mandatory to book only hotels from recommended sites

    • June 1, 2022

      Hi Virginia,

      Yes , you can stay in any hotel you want.

      Thank you

  94. MOHAMMED AL KHALAF
    May 24, 2022
    Reply

    HI
    Greetings from QATAR,
    now i have the Thailand Pass , do i have to download the Morchana Application ?

    Best Regards,

    Mohammed
    24/05/2022

    • June 1, 2022

      Hi Mohammed,

      No, it’s not necessary.

      Thank you

  95. Elaine Benade
    May 24, 2022
    Reply

    We flying to Bangkok and staying there for 3 days. Then we flying for Phuket for 7 days.
    Do I need any special flights or is normal domestic flights ok?
    And same Back. Flying to Bangkok again and then back to South Africa.
    We booked separate flights for the Bangkok to Phuket.

    • June 1, 2022

      Hi Elaine,

      That’s okay.

      Thank you.

    • aulia
      June 11, 2022

      Dear Sir/Madam…
      I just applied my thai pass and its valid for 20-26 june, and I want to change my departure became 30 june. should I reapply again or just use my old thai pass?
      thankyou

    • June 14, 2022

      Hi Aulia,

      No,that’s fine.Thailand Pass is an entry requirements.

      Thank you

  96. Chen Chee Meng
    May 24, 2022
    Reply

    Dear Sir/Mdm

    If I need to travel to Bangkok in Jun, fly home, and then travel to Bangkok again in July, do I apply for 1 Thailand Pass that covers both periods or do I have to apply for 2 separate passes?
    Please advise.

    • June 1, 2022

      Hi Chen,

      Thailand Pass is needed every entry.

      Thank you.

  97. Scott Callum Johnson
    May 23, 2022
    Reply

    The flight i was going to take has sold out whilst waiting for my thai pass can i change this or do i need to reapply?

    • June 1, 2022

      Hi Scott,

      You can use it 7 days prior and 7 days after.

      Thank you

  98. scott
    May 23, 2022
    Reply

    Hello,
    I just did my Thai Pass and waiting to book flights incase it does not arrive, i paid 15 days insurance and have the hotel booked on Hotels.com is that all i need to do,
    Cheers
    scott

  99. Galit
    May 22, 2022
    Reply

    Good day I fly from USA to isreal for week and then I fly to thiland when apply for Thai pass do I request leaving from USA or isreal? Because in the question it ask if you visit adore country ? I’m American ?

    • June 1, 2022

      Hi Galit,

      Thai Pass is a requirements for entry. It doesn’t matter the date of your leaving.

      Thank you

  100. Kai
    May 22, 2022
    Reply

    Hi,

    We are traveling with our children aged 1 and 6 in June 2022, may I ask under the new enter scheme, would the children need travel insurance with covid cover?

    Thank you