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Entry requirements to Thailand

The Thai authorities have introduced requirements for customers arriving in the country.

Please note that entry restrictions may be subject to change on short notice. You are responsible for ensuring that you are allowed entry into the country you are travelling from, to or are in transit through. 

The following entry requirements apply: 

Thai nationals

  • You must hold a Certificate of Entry (COE) issued by a Royal Thai Embassy. 
  • You must hold a Fit to Fly Health Certificate issued in English at most 72 hours before departure from the first embarkation point.
  • You must hold a confirmed hotel booking at an ASQ (Alternate State Quarantine) hotel for 15 nights at your own expense. – You can check a list of ASQ hotels from the local Royal Thai Embassy’s web page.

  • You must hold a completed T8 health declaration form. 

  • You must show proof of all of the above to the airline agent when boarding your flight to Thailand.

Residents of Thailand  

  • You must hold a valid residence permit or a valid re-entry stamp in your passport.
  • You must hold a Certificate of Entry (COE) issued by the Royal Thai Embassy. 
  • You must hold a Fit to Fly Health Certificate issued in English at most 72 hours before departure from the first embarkation point. 
  • You must hold a medical certificate with a negative coronavirus RT-PCR test result in English issued at most 72 hours before departure from the first embarkation point.
  • You must hold an insurance to cover medical expenses in Thailand, the insurance document must indicate that it covers treatment for the coronavirus (COVID-19) and the document must indicate that it has a minimum coverage of 100 000 USD (or 3 million Thai baht).
  • You must hold a confirmed hotel booking at an ASQ (Alternate State Quarantine) hotel for 15 nights at your own expense. You can check a list of ASQ hotels from the local Royal Thai Embassy’s web page. 

  • You must hold a completed T8 health declaration form. 

  • You must show proof of all of the above to the airline agent when boarding your flight to Thailand. 

Visa-waiver nationals

Visa-free entry is now permitted if you are a national of one of the following countries and you travel on a normal passport: Andorra, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bahrain, Brazil, Brunei, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Kuwait, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Maldives, Mauritius, Monaco, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Oman, Peru, The Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, San Marino, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, UAE, UK, USA and Vietnam: 

  • You must hold a Certificate of Entry (COE) issued by a Royal Thai Embassy 
  • You must hold a Fit to Fly Health Certificate issued in English earliest 72 hours before departure from the first embarkation point.   
  • You must hold a medical certificate of a negative coronavirus RT-PCR test result in English issued earliest 72 hours before departure from the first embarkation point.   
  • You must hold an insurance to cover medical expenses in Thailand, the insurance document must indicate that it covers treatment for the coronavirus (COVID-19), it must be valid throughout your intended stay and the document must indicate that it has a minimum coverage of 100 000 USD (or 3 million Thai baht).  
  • You must hold a confirmed hotel booking at an ASQ (Alternate State Quarantine) for 15 nights at your own expense. You can check a list of ASQ hotels from the local Royal Thai Embassy’s web page.  
  • You must hold a completed T8 health declaration form. 
  • You must show proof of all of the above to the airline agent when boarding your flight to Thailand. 

Passengers with a visa issued by Thailand  

  • Your visa must be valid. 
  • You must hold a Certificate of Entry (COE) issued by a Royal Thai Embassy. 
  • You must hold a Fit to Fly Health Certificate issued in English earliest 72 hours before departure from the first embarkation point.   
  • You must hold a medical certificate of a negative coronavirus RT-PCR test result in English issued earliest 72 hours before departure from the first embarkation point.   
  • You must hold an insurance to cover medical expenses in Thailand, the insurance document must indicate that it covers treatment for the coronavirus, it must be valid throughout your intended stay and the document must indicate that it has a minimum coverage of 100 000 USD (or 3 million Thai baht).  
  • You must hold a confirmed hotel booking at an ASQ (Alternate State Quarantine) hotel for 15 nights at your own expense. You can check a list of ASQ hotels from the local Royal Thai Embassy’s web page. 
  • You must hold a completed T8 health declaration form. 
  • You must show proof of all of the above to the airline agent when boarding your flight to Thailand. 

Important: Please note that you are required to have all required documents in A4 paper format. If you travel with children, your children must have their own separate documents. They cannot be included in their parents’ documents (medical health insurance document and negative corona virus test certificate).

All customers listed above must complete a T8 health declaration form before arriving in Thailand and carry with them a print-out of the completed form. The form is available via Royal Thai embassy web page.

Please note that international-to-international or domestic connections are not allowed.  There are no visa on arrival facilities available upon arrival in Thailand, all visa-nationals must obtain visas from the Royal Thai embassies before travel. 

The length of the quarantine is 14 days, but you need to book ASQ hotel for 15 days in order to complete full 14 days.

We will scan the temperature of all customers at the departure gate in Helsinki. It is good to know that we will deny boarding for customers not fulfilling the health requirements set by the Thai authorities and those showing symptoms of coronavirus. 

You can apply the Certificate of Entry  online here.

See the contact details for the Royal Thai Embassy in Helsinki here

You’ll find the latest entry restrictions via the IATA website and appropriate consulate or embassy. 

Check your options here, if your travel plans change due to the travel restrictions.

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