Here’s all you need to know about the new Test & Go Thailand Pass program, which allows vaccinated travellers to visit the country without the need to quarantine.
Before you travel
Travellers must obtain their Thailand Pass at least 7 days prior to travel, and they must ensure they have the documents listed here before entering Thailand.
- •Thailand Pass – register at the Thailand Pass website.
- •A Medical Certificate with an RT-PCR lab result indicating that COVID-19 is not detected, issued no more than 72 hours before travelling.
- 1.Thai nationals and travellers under 6 years of age, travelling with parents, are exempt from this requirement.
- 2.For arrivals by water, everyone on board the vessels must have a medical certificate with an RT-PCR lab result indicating that COVID-19 is not detected within the officially specified timeframe. Anyone on board with the history of COVID-19 infection within a period between 14-90 days must have a medical certificate of recovery.
- •An insurance policy with coverage no less than US$20,000 (Thai nationals and expats under Thailand’s national healthcare coverage are exempt from this requirement).
- •Confirmation of payment for a SHA Extra + certified accommodation.
- •Foreign nationals must also have a proof of payment for Day 1 RT-PCR test and SHA++ accommodation for the same day. They will also be required to take a self-administered antigen rapid test on Day 5, after that they will be allowed to carry on with their holiday.
During your stay
- •Fully vaccinated travellers can apply for a Test & Go Thailand Pass which gives exemption from quarantine.
- •Undergo screening and present documents at the point of entry.
- •Proceed to the pre arranged SHA extra plus, AQ, OQ or AHQ accommodation for the first RT-PCR COVID-19 test. Travel to the accommodation must be via the prearranged transport vehicle.
- •All travellers must wait for the test result within the room.
- •If testing negative, travellers are free to go anywhere in Thailand.
- •Unvaccinated travellers will still be subject to quarantine.
Please note: The information published here may change. We will keep this page as updated as possible, however, we suggest you always check government websites for the latest information.