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

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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