Thailand travel restrictions
Updated: Dec 22, 2021
UPDATE: Thailand Pass will be closed for all new TEST&GO and Sandbox applications, except Phuket Sandbox, starting from 22 December 2021 until further notice. Applicants who have received their Thailand Pass QR code can enter Thailand under the scheme they have registered.
Travel to Idyllic Samui Resort possible again
Idyllic Samui Resort may welcome you again in Bophut - Koh Samui. The Thai government has per 1 November relaxed the rules on travel to Thailand so you can enjoy the beautiful island with pearl white beaches again. Please inform yourself well before departure by official agencies so you will not be surprised. Below you will find a description of the rules you need to meet to travel to Thailand. We look forward to welcoming you back to our beautiful resort with private beach.
Travel to Koh Samui without quarantine
After a long lockdown by covid-19, it is again possible to travel to Thailand without a long-term quarantine.
This is subject to strict requirements by the thai government. The Thai government uses the "Wash-Avoid-Reduce" campaign and one is obliged to adhere to it.
Local rules may vary and we recommend getting information from official bodies or the local situation. The Thai government has also opened the hotline 1422 for additional questions.
Rules for travel to Thailand* as of November 1 COVID-91
Thailand has the following rules for travelers.
-Negative PCR test before flight start (maximum 72 hours old)
-Negative PCR test upon arrival in Thailand
Upon arrival in Thailand you are required to stay in a SHA+ plus hotel | Sandbox hotel until you have a negative PCR test which is taken upon arrival in Thailand.
COVID 19 in numbers Thailand.
-7006 new infections on November 21.
-6596 infections per 7 days / day on average
-Since August 15, the average number of infections has been reduced by 2/3.
-About 5 million airport travelers have been checked for possible infection
-More than 55% of the population was fully vaccinated by November 20 21