There will, however, be stringent visa policies in place designed to strengthen safety measures.
Thailand is now allowing visitors to apply for a tourist visa (TRV) or a special tourist visa (STV) – both come with a mandatory 14-day quarantine at government-approved facility.
According to the new protocols, travellers who wish to enter Thailand must have one of the aforementioned visas and a certificate of entry (COE).
Tourist can opt for the visas as per the nature of their stay.
The TRV caters to the tourist visiting Thailand for a short-term stay, while the STV is for long-term trips.
However, COE certificate, health insurance covering Covid-19 and a 14-day quarantine is mandatory for both.
One must apply for the COE certification post receiving the visa.
Cholada Siddhivarn, director tourism authority of Thailand, commented: “We are now planning our efforts towards rebuilding tourism.
“The new visa rule and procedures will act as a catalyst to ensure uttermost safety is maintained while we open the country for international tourists.”