By law, tourists from most countries can get a tourist visa for 30 days and are fined 500 baht for every day they overstay.
All persons, regardless of nationality, except for Filipino tourists, may now fly out of the country at any time.
The last day of operations prior to our temporary suspension of Manila-Bangkok-Manila flights will be on March 18, 2020.
We continue to operate INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS up to 11:59PM March 19, 2020.
Thailand has categorized incoming travelers into three. The Philippines belongs in the third category which is named travelers from other areas. Below are the categories and details on what...
Airport operation shall be limited to outgoing flights carrying foreigners and tourists. Filipinos are not allowed to go outside the country
Travellers arriving in Thailand are categorised in three groups per their flight’s origins: Diseased Infected Zones, countries with ongoing local transmission, and other destinations.
AirAsia cancels domestic flights from Manila as PH government implements new travel restrictions
Our international flights and domestic flights on routes to and from Cebu, Clark and Davao (other than Manila) shall continue to operate within the period March 15 to April...
Thailand canceled the grant of visa on arrival for 18 countries and visa exemption for three others to contain the spread of the coronavirus, March 11.
It said people were banned from going to restaurants and cafes, including those inside malls.
Here are the “Question and Answer” regarding the measures the Thai government is implementing with regards to Coronavirus or Covid-19.
You may check your flight status by visiting the Flight Status Page on the PAL website 48 hours before your trip.
The Airports of Thailand (AOT) has stepped up its surveillance, prevention and control measures for the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) at Suvarnabhumi Airport
Regularly visit the MOPH website for updates.
Below is the complete translation of the said order published on the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) website.