THAILAND'S ENTRY REGULATIONS
Latest Updates (as of 28 June 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 before issuing boarding pass, and your documents may be checked again by disease control officers upon arrival in Thailand .
(Measure before 1 July 2022)
Starting 1 June 2022, Thai nationals (Thai passport holders) are no longer required to register on Thailand Pass and may enter Thailand without quarantine or COVID-19 tests upon arrival. However, they must bring either their certificate of vaccination or, if unvaccinated / not fully vaccinated, a COVID-19 RT-PCR or Professional ATK test result issued within 72 hours before departure.
Thai nationals traveling with non-Thai children must register on Thailand Pass for the children to be granted the same entry measures as their parents. Alternatively, non-Thai children may also register separately but they must have all the required documents. Be advised that every foreign national entering Thailand must have a proof of medical treatments coverage / insurance.
(Measure before 1 July 2022)
Foreign nationals arriving in Thailand by air and by land from 1 June 2022 are required to register on Thailand Pass with details, as follows;
1. Fully Vaccinated Persons must :
2. Unvaccinated / Not Fully Vaccinated Persons must :
* Starting 1 June 2022, foreign nationals can also use a COVID-19 Professional ATK (self-ATK is not permitted) test result issued within 72 hours before traveling to enter Thailand
* Foreign nationals can also use their Thai social security or certifying letter from employer/agency/company in place of insurance.
* Please be advised that, starting 1 June 2022, every foreign national entering Thailand is required to have either a certificate of vaccination (for fully vaccinated persons) or COVID-19 RT-PCR / Professional ATK test result issued within 72 hours before traveling (for unvaccinated / not fully Vaccinated persons) as the mandatory quarantine option (AQ scheme) is no longer granted.
* Starting 1 June 2022, Thailand Pass QR Code will be automatically issued within 1-2 hours once you have completed your registration. Please note that your entry to Thailand is not determined solely by the Thailand Pass QR Code, but also by the validity of your documents attached therein.
* Unvaccinated / not fully vaccinated travelers who wish to be exempted from quarantine must attach a negative RT-PCR / Professional ATK test result issued within 72 hours before travel in Thailand Pass, including unvaccinated / not fully vaccinated children aged 6 - 17 who travel with unvaccinated / not fully vaccinated parents (children aged under 6 do not have to attach the test result). Please be advised that this does not apply to children aged under 18 who travel with fully vaccinated parents who will be automatically granted the same entry scheme as their parents.
* Applicants can use their approved Thailand Pass QR Code to enter Thailand on different date of arrival if the new date of arrival is within 72 hours (3 days) after the original date of arrival as indicated on the QR Code (no need to re-apply or modify your application). Be advised that for those entering Thailand using an RT-PCR / Professional ATK test result, your test result must remain valid by the time of your departure from the port of origin. Further note that each Thailand Pass QR Code can be used only once.
* Application on Thailand Pass is free of charge
Office Hours : Sunday to Thursday, 09.30 - 16.30 hrs.
Consular Section : Sunday to Thursday, 09.30 - 16.30 hrs.
Visa Section : Sunday to Thursday, 09.30 - 12.30 hrs.