Update news on how to go to Thailand during the outbreak for travel lovers who never give it up.
The difficulty of traveling during today’s pandemic is probably no harder than traveling in the past. Let’s see how it goes. I have some information on how to go to Thailand during the outbreak. Please update the news and links to the travel guide before you go.
I don’t know how long these issues will be tracked and updated. It seems that it took a long time to be able to travel normally again.
However, you may find this information using the link below. Even if nothing is up to date anymore.
- COVID-19 Guide for Travelers to and in Thailand [ This is NOT the official website of the Thai Embassy. ]
- The latest opening and closing status of Thailand’s national parks | News & Announcement [ Tourism Authority of Thailand ]
- News from the WHO Thailand office
- Traveling to Thailand during Covid-19: What you need to know before you go [ CNN Travel ]
- Quarantine-free reopening for vaccinated travelers [ BBC Advertiser Content ]
Flights to Southeast Asia
Outbound flights to Southeast Asia from the Europe zone will fly to Thailand via Abu Dhabi and Dubai.
Qatar Airways: Select your departure flight from Dubai to Bangkok
Qatar Airways has flights to Chiang Mai directly from Doha in 2019. I’m hoping they’ll be back to flying as usual.
A sample flight
|Frankfurt 10:45||Abu Dhabi 20:00|
|Abu Dhabi 21:45||Bangkok 06:45|
For the benefit of everyone, the safety and hygiene concept provides that all travelers need a full corona vaccination or recovered status as a prerequisite for traveling. You can find more about this on our information page on the coronavirus.
How hard on me?
Most people are panicked about infection because they are unsure of themselves and their health issues. And our government’s healthcare system is incompetent.
Covid-19 has hit it all hard. I have therefore moved and am living with my family to save money while waiting to return to work. I’m a regular exerciser who maintains my fitness. I got my 3rd vaccination.
I am unconcerned with these happenings. I’m not afraid of the coronavirus, and I’m prepared to leave this world at any moment. They will arrive one day.
I love to travel. Even though, there are hard times ahead than I expected. If you’re ready, I’m ready.
I am not currently residing in Chiang Mai. Please make an appointment in advance if you require our services.