Thailand: Phuket to reopen from 1 July 2021


Phuket will be the first destination in Thailand to reopen to vaccinated foreign visitors without quarantine requirements from 1 July 2021, as announced by The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) on 27.03.2021.

From 1 July, 2021, vaccinated foreign travellers will be allowed to visit Phuket without quarantine.

However, all foreign tourists who want to enter Phuket during the above mentioned two stages will be required to present proof that they have received two doses of the vaccine that is recognised by the World Health Organisation (WHO).

Upon arrival at the Phuket International Airport, tourists will be required to undergo a COVID-19 screening, including PCR tests, and download the specified track and trace application to ensure that they only visit the designated areas.

For early birds:
From 1 April, 2021, foreign travellers who have been vaccinated against COVID-19 will be allowed to visit Phuket under a 0+7 quarantine in a sealed area. Meaning, tourists must remain in their hotel accommodation for the first seven days and will then be allowed to engage in leisure tourism activities in specified areas.


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