Foreigners soon to be allowed to enter Thailand?

The Center for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) has approved six categories of foreigners who may enter Thailand:

  1. Foreign athletes who will participate in the Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn’s Cup Tour of Thailand 2020 on 6-16 October 2020,
  2. Pilots and cabin crew of Thai Airways on repatriation flights,
  3. Foreigners who have non-immigrant visas, especially businesspersons who do not have a work permit (they must present bank statements for the six previous months),
  4. Long-stay tourists who have a special tourist visa,
  5. APEC cardholders from low-risk countries, for example, New Zealand, Australia, and Singapore, and
  6. Non-Thai nationals who wish to stay in Thailand for 60 days (they can extend their period for an extra 30 days by presenting six previous months of bank statements, equivalent to at least 500,000 baht). Anyone who wishes to enter Thailand should kindly contact the Thai embassy in their country for more details.

More information coming soon!

Source: The Government Public Relation Department

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2 thoughts on “Foreigners soon to be allowed to enter Thailand?”

  • barry

    Hello I have a retirement visa can I return to Thailand. Bh

  • contactpropertyasia

    Hello Barry, at the moment, no but it seems like it might change soon.


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