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  • [UPDATED] Thailand Has Now Reopened to the World!

    Matt Olivares
    Matt Olivares
    Last updated 26 Sep 2022
    a beach in Thailand with a view of boats and buildings

    Photo credit: @shohelkhan on Unsplash

    Reopening Doors: Thailand has eased up on its travel requirements!

    IMPORTANT UPDATE: Thailand has fully reopened from 1 October 2022.
    Back in July 2021, Thailand reopened its doors to international travelers to selected areas such as Phuket and Krabi. They did so under the Sandbox Program, which is a system that allows travelers to visit certain places but must quarantine for 7 days at a SHA+ hotel.
    Aside from a vaccine certificate, there were other requirements, too, such as procuring a Thailand Pass and having a health insurance policy worth USD20,000 or more it has to cover COVID-19 treatments.
    This scheme was created to curb the spread of COVID-19, and it has done so successfully over the past few months. With the success of this program came other two: Test & Go and ASQ (Alternative Quarantine), but these have now been scrapped and travelers just need to follow these requirements:

    boats docked on a Krabi beach
    Photo credit: @sumit_ac on Unsplash
    Now that you know that Thailand has now reopened itself to the world, you can now embark on exciting adventures around the Kingdom and discover many of its tropical gems! We even have a couple of suggestions that'll enrich your stay!
    1) Book a private transfer to your hotel, and vice-versa when you're leaving!
    a private van charter for Thailand
    If you're arriving at or departing from Suvarnabhumi International Airport, we recommend that you book a private transfer that will take you to or from your hotel/accommodation! Saves you the hassle of trying to hail a cab or taking other modes of transportation.
    2) Book private car charters for trips from city to city!
    Speaking of booking private transfers, Klook also offers private transfers that will take you from city to city, like from Bangkok to areas like Pattaya, or from Phuket Town to Ao Nang or Klong Muang. Take advantage of these to get to faraway areas in comfort!
    3) Visit the famous Bangkok Floating Markets!
    people on boats selling food and other things around the Floating Markets of Bangkok
    The Floating Markets of Bangkok are some of Thailand's most important attractions. Not only are they historic areas, but they are also one of the prime shopping destinations in the country's capital. The Floating Markets are veritable mazes of stalls, boats, and people, making anyone's shopping trip an adventure in its own right as they navigate themselves to buy tasty local snacks and sundries.
    4) Discover the wonders of Phuket!
    Pileh Lagoon in Phuket
    Phuket is arguably the most popular beach getaway destination in Thailand! Of course, it's more than its white sandy beaches. Aside from swimming, clubbing, and sunbathing, there are a wide variety of things to do in Phuket, such as island hopping and visiting the likes of Phi Phi Island and Khai Island via speedboat, touring the town and seeing points of interest like the Big Buddha and Wat Chalong Temple, and even interacting with elephants with the guidance of a tribe of people that have lived alongside the adorable gargantuan creatures!
    5) Explore the natural wonders of Chiang Mai!
    a pagoda in Doi Inthanon National Park
    Nature lovers will have the time of their lives in Chiang Mai, which is home to many of the country's most scenic natural treasures! We even have a wide variety of exciting experiences for you to try that'll have you engaging and immersing yourself with nature, such as river rafting, touring the famous Doi Inthanon National Park where you'll have the opportunity to visit the highest point in Thailand, and driving an ATV along dirt roads!
    6) Treat yourself with a refreshing spa experience!
    a woman getting a Thai Massage at some Thai Spa in Thailand
    If you feel tired from your flight or after sightseeing all day, you can book an appointment at any one of the many spas around the country. Whichever you pick, an expert masseuse or masseur will pamper you with their massage techniques and products. You'll definitely feel loose and rejuvenated right after! Some of the best spas include One More Thai Massage & Spa in Bangkok, Oasis Spa in Phuket, and Zira Spa in Chiang Mai!

    Introducing the Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) Klook Booth

    the Klook Booth for travel essentials at BKK Airport
    By the way, if you're arriving at Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK), then we'd love for you to know that we have a pretty cool booth on the 4th Floor - Departure Hall, Row K24, Next to the KBANK booth!
    directions for the Klook Booth at BKK Airport
    Our Klook booth is currently the only OTA full-service counter in BKK. From 17 June 2022, you can book:
    And you can pick up whichever of these you purchased at the Klook booth!
    Aside from this, we've also relaunched our VIP immigration fast track so you can skip lining up and waiting for your turn at immigration. Through this fast-track service, a professional will meet and greet you, help you navigate around the airport, and take you to the Premium Immigration Lane!
    the Klook Central World counter inside Central World in Bangkok
    We also have a booth at Central World on the 1st Floor - HUG Thai Zone! It's open daily from 11:00 - 20:00! You'll find everything you need to navigate the Land of Smiles, from transport passes to shopping vouchers!
    Now that you're aware of the travel requirements and some of the things you can do in the country, we wish you a wonderful, adventurous stay in The Land of Smiles! Safe travels!

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