A Buddhist monk stands on a beach in Khao Lak in Thailand. Just 6.7 million travellers visited Thailand last year, down from 40 million in 2019. Photo: Getty Images A Buddhist monk stands on a beach in Khao Lak in Thailand. Just 6.7 million travellers visited Thailand last year, down from 40 million in 2019. Photo: Getty Images
A Buddhist monk stands on a beach in Khao Lak in Thailand. Just 6.7 million travellers visited Thailand last year, down from 40 million in 2019. Photo: Getty Images

Thailand travel without quarantine could be possible soon for vaccinated tourists as country looks to ease restrictions

  • Coming measures could include shortening quarantine for vaccinated arrivals from two weeks to three days, or even waiving it entirely, officials say
  • From next month, five provinces will host ‘hotel area quarantine’ programmes where visitors can move around within hotel grounds and not be confined to rooms

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A Buddhist monk stands on a beach in Khao Lak in Thailand. Just 6.7 million travellers visited Thailand last year, down from 40 million in 2019. Photo: Getty Images A Buddhist monk stands on a beach in Khao Lak in Thailand. Just 6.7 million travellers visited Thailand last year, down from 40 million in 2019. Photo: Getty Images
A Buddhist monk stands on a beach in Khao Lak in Thailand. Just 6.7 million travellers visited Thailand last year, down from 40 million in 2019. Photo: Getty Images
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