Shiori Kumagai from Japan at Wat Arun in Bangkok. Compared to her first visit nine years ago, attractions were empty - good for photo taking, she says. Kumagai is in Thailand to work remotely. Photo: Thomas Bird
Shiori Kumagai from Japan at Wat Arun in Bangkok. Compared to her first visit nine years ago, attractions were empty - good for photo taking, she says. Kumagai is in Thailand to work remotely. Photo: Thomas Bird
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Travelling to Thailand during Covid-19: four visitors – fully vaccinated – describe their experiences in Bangkok, Phuket and Chiang Mai

  • Tourism-dependent Thailand reopened to fully vaccinated travellers from designated countries on November 1. The Post asks four visitors about their trips
  • The paperwork for entry can be a pain and tours cost more, they report, but destinations are quieter, the food as good as ever and Thais all wear face masks

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Shiori Kumagai from Japan at Wat Arun in Bangkok. Compared to her first visit nine years ago, attractions were empty - good for photo taking, she says. Kumagai is in Thailand to work remotely. Photo: Thomas Bird
Shiori Kumagai from Japan at Wat Arun in Bangkok. Compared to her first visit nine years ago, attractions were empty - good for photo taking, she says. Kumagai is in Thailand to work remotely. Photo: Thomas Bird

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