Planning a trip to Thailand?
Are you ready for the temples, the beaches, the food, the resorts, the massage, the nightlife, and the smiles?
July 1, 2022, will be your big day!
It is going to be an even bigger and more profitable day for the Thai Travel and Tourism Industry.
Millions of visitors remained on standby for more than 2 years to return to the Kingdom. They are ready and are getting ready. This even includes the Russians in gigantic numbers.
The New Visit Thailand Year 2022 will be in full swing.
Anyone working in the travel and tourism industry in Thailand has a big reason to smile again. Visitors are getting ready to return to the city of Angeles, and the land of smiles – and in full force.
Culture, nightlife, food – all back to normal. It’s the day the travel and tourism industry has been waiting for, both in Amazing Thailand and around the globe.
Siam’s gonna be the witness
To the ultimate test of cerebral fitness
This grips me more than would a
Muddy old river or reclining Buddha
And thank God I’m only watching the game controlling it
I don’t see you guys rating
The kind of mate I’m contemplating
I’d let you watch, I would invite you
But the queens we use would not excite you
So you better go back to your bars, your temples
Your massage parlours
One night in Bangkok and the world’s your oyster
The bars are temples but the pearls ain’t free
You’ll find a god in every golden cloister
A little flesh, a little history
I can feel an angel sliding up to me
Here is what will happen in Thailand once it’s published in the Royal Gazette:
- The entire Kingdom of Thailand will be declared a green zone, and the blue zone for tourism is going to be eliminated.
- Facemasks are no longer required in low-risk areas, such as uncrowded and open spaces.
- Health registrations when entering Thailand is no longer required, but random verbal checks are continuing.
- Alcohol consumption in restaurants will return to normal -pre- Covid hours
- Night entertainment venues will be allowed to open until midnight. Alcohol may be served.
- Thermal scanning will be unnecessary but it can be implemented in high-risk or outbreak areas.
- Antigen testing is required only for those with respiratory symptoms. The provincial communicable disease committees should be informed of any gathering with more than 2,000 participants.
- The mandatory health insurance requirement for tourists is no longer mandatory but recommended.