The Thai Tourism Authority has been busy lately creating a variety of websites and tools with various partners to attempt to improve the experience for a foreigner to enter the country and make the somewhat imposing process easier.
We have published a variety of articles on this here recently but we wanted to take the time to create a single article that highlights all the recent announcements, with links, and make life easier for our readers.
We know many wish that the quarantine process would go away completely but unfortunately that isn’t going to happen soon. So, for now, here are the available tools:
1. A one stop shop for quarantine Booking
The following is our article and information on the new tourism authority one stop shop for booking for quarantine.
2. Happy Tourism site with FAQS, tips on surviving quarantine and information about the general process
This one is more of a general information site for the process in entering Thailand, with emphasis on surviving quarantine and answering questions about the process.
3. Amazing Thailand Plus
This one is a website devoted to all inclusive packages to visit Thailand and details and information on the process and procedures.
4. Happy Quarantine
This is information on craft kits and other gifts the Tourism Authority of Thailand is doing to help people through the quarantine process.
5. Singles Journey
This is information on the Tourism Authority’s plan to boost travel by promoting single (mostly Thai) travelers to visit and travel the country together.
6. ASQ Paradise
A bit different than the first one, this gives in depth details about many quarantine hotels and places and provides the opportunity to explore features and extras in depth.
7. Golf Quarantine information
Here is some basic information on Golf Quarantine, more information should be added to the previous quarantine websites “soon” says The Thai Tourism Authority.
8. General information on entering Thailand and if a vaccine will let you enter, from us
9. Tat Smart Map Platform
We did not create our own article on this on our English news as it is currently only available in Thai, however, English is coming. Here is more information.