Thailand to bring new long-term travel visa

Thailand’s new long-term travel visa to revive tourism

Thailand to bring new long-term travel visa

“Sawatdee-krap”! It’s time to pack your bags for Thailand, now that the country is about to introduce a new long-term Thailand visit visa with a validity of 90 days. As per the announcement of Prayut Chan-o-cha, the Prime Minister of Thailand, according to the new rule, the approved visa holders will need to quarantine for 14 days upon arrival in Thailand.

If you are willing to get this visa, you will have to make reservations for accommodation for their stay up to 90 days in Thailand. You can choose any of the premium estates in Thailand for your stay.

There’s provision for extending the visa 2 more times for 90-day periods each. You must have travel and health insurance.

These visas are limited in number. Once the mandatory quarantine is over, you can travel anywhere in Thailand.

When it comes to managing the COVID-19 pandemic, Thailand has done a commendable job by containing the pandemic. The country had a safety certification program that was launched to identify tourism entities that meet the health standards prescribed for COVID-19.

In May 2020, the Thailand government announced its SHA Certification Program. The program was created to ensure that the people of the country stayed safe in the wake of the threat of COVID-19 pandemic. The program is now available to all entities related to tourism like tourist hotspots, restaurants, hotels, spas/parlors, tour operators and other retailers.

The reopening of Thailand tourism and Thailand tourism visa post COVID-19 will be done with new vigorto which the advent of the new visa is an initiative. The tourism industry will pick up pace once again and Thailand will get back on track sooner.

If you are looking to Study, Work, Visit, Invest or Migrate to Thailand, talk to Y-Axis, the World’s No.1 Immigration & Visa Company.

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SHA – Safety and Health Administration

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