Thailand to reopen for tourists

Thailand to welcome international tourists from August – let’s go

If you can’t wait to enjoy the clear blue water and white sand beaches of Thailand, we have some good news for you. The country is all set to welcome tourists soon.

Guess which is the latest place getting all ready to welcome back tourists? Let us give you a hint. It is in the top five holiday spots of the world. It is none other than Thailand.

Thailand is opening five of its islands for the travellers. These islands include Koh Phi Phi, Phuket, Koh Tao, Koh Phangan and Koh Samui. These places are opening up after a three-month ban, which was enforced to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus. The gorgeous country has finally allowed the incoming of necessary international flights.

Thailand is another country whose income is majorly dependant on tourism, domestic and international both. Therefore, these steps are being taken. So, your plans of enjoying the clear blue water and white sand beaches are about to become true.

The government of the country has also opened domestic travel and the hotels and airlines are luring customers by giving them discounts. Depending on how the things go with domestic travellers in these islands, there is a chance of more islands opening up for the international travellers.

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Current conditions in thailand

Bars, restaurants and hotels are open across the country. However, alcohol sale is allowed only till midnight.

The malls, saunas, shopping centres and other public places have to be shut every night by 10 pm.

International travel in Thailand has been open for only for skilled labour, business travellers and relatives of people staying in Thailand. But travel for leisure purposes is set to open from August.

Are you gearing up for your next vacation in Thailand? Maldives, too, is welcoming tourists.

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