The requirements to travel to Thailand can change frequently, especially after the COVID-19 pandemic. In fact, it can be very frustrating for tourists, digital nomads, and other types of travellers to figure out the ever-changing requirements without missing a critical piece of information that could cost them entrance into the Kingdom of Thailand.
I wrote this guide as a resource to all those who are thinking of travelling to Thailand this year and beyond, with the intention to keep this information up to date as often as possible. And please nudge me via an email if it's not up to date, I would really appreciate it, as things get busy for me! 🙂
Disclaimer: This guide is not meant as a replacement for professional or legal advice, so please keep in mind that you should do your own due diligence and accept full responsibility for your own actions.
Current Entry Requirements to Thailand
Last Updated: June 11, 2022
As of this latest update, the current requirements for entering Thailand is as follows:
- A valid passport with at least 6-months validity before expiration
- An appropriate visa (such as a single entry tourist e-visa), or if your country is eligible, a visa on arrival (which can only be done twice total in one year)
- A return or entry & exit flight booked
- Accommodation booked for the entire duration of your trip
- A Thailand Pass (For COVID health compliance)
- Proof of vaccination or negative PCR prior to departure