Thailand tourism authorities are requesting the government to allow tourists to enter the country without first registering for a Thailand pass. Tourism officials have recommended that the requirement be removed in the next phase of easing restrictions, but no proposal has been submitted to the government.

Travelers arriving in the country through the Test and Go and Sandbox scheme are required to register for entry using the Thailand Pass system.

After the request has been accepted, which can take up to a week, passengers will be given a QR code to scan when entering the country.

Remove PCR Test And Thailand Pass

Thailand's Board of Trade and Tourist Authority, consisting of over 100 tourism sector professionals from Krabi, Phang Nga and Phuket, participated in a meeting to explore the "Next Normal" of Thailand tourism.

Many of them suggested that Thailand Pass registration be closed. It was also suggested that passengers get RT-PCR test done 72 hours before their flight and show confirmation of vaccination before boarding.

Thai Chamber of Commerce President Sanan Angubolkul said Thailand was still a popular travel and commerce destination. Even though the crisis in Ukraine had an impact on tourism, there are still potential tourists from India and Saudi Arabia, with direct flights currently available between the two countries.


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