Information accurate as at Dec 14, 2021, and is subject to change with / without prior noticehttps://www.thaiembassy.com/travel-to-thailand/travel-to-thailand-from-singapore
To make entry to Thailand easier for travelers, the Thai government has come up with the Thailand Pass Entry System which will be carried out starting November 1, 2021. This new system will replace the Certificate of Entry system, which had more rigorous and unnecessary requirements. The Thailand Pass entry system simplifies the process of securing an entry pass to Thailand. It collects the travel and medical information in the online registration, thereby unifying the system which contains the traveler’s necessary documents and requirements. Singapore Citizen are require to apply for the Thailand Pass before travelling to Thailand. Click here to find out more on who can apply for the Thailand Pass. https://www.siam-legal.com/thailand-pass.php
COVID-19 insurance is essential for the protection of passengers in the event of an emergency situation relating to Covid-19 occurring within Thailand. If a traveler is infected with the virus It will cover all of a traveler’s medical expenses, including medicines, treatments, and professional care, as well as transportation.
COVID-19 Thailand requires travelers to get travel insurance with a minimum coverage of THB 1.75 million ($50,000) upon entering the country which will cover:
Medical Certificate Document showing a negative result. The test must be taken within 72 hours before the trip
From vaccines that are approved by Thailand’s Ministry of Public Health (MOPH) or the World Health Organization (WHO).
All travellers are advised to get in touch with their local Thai Embassy or Consulate-General to obtain all the necessary documents before flying into Thailand. The Thai Ministry of Foreign Affairs advises travellers to apply for the Thailand Pass QR code at least 7 days before the scheduled date of departure.
Please prepare for your stay in Thailand by checking for quarantine requirements for province-to-province travel so you can make proper plans for your trip should you have a domestic travel itinerary.
Restrictions vary throughout the country, in line with a color-coded zoning system designed to reflect the Covid-19 situation in individual provinces. Most major destinations are classified as "blue zones" and have had restrictions relaxed in recent weeks.
Interprovincial travel has been allowed to resume, including domestic flights to and from high-risk areas.
Masks are worn at all times in public, both indoors and out, while temperature checks are the norm. Those who do not wear masks face fines.
Prepare the required documents
Register on tp.consular.go.th (At least 7 days before your travel)
Travel to Thailand
As of October 31, 2021https://www.mfa.go.th/en/content/thailand-pass-faqs
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