Thailand cancels the Thailand Pass & removes the mandatory Covid-19 insurance requirement for foreign tourists starting from July 1st, 2022 onwards.
Thailand’s Centre of Covid-19 Situation Administration (CSSA) has recently announced that the “Thailand Pass” pre-arrival and approval requirement together with the mandatory $10,000USD, Covid-19 insurance requirement for foreign tourists is to be discontinued from July 1st, 2022 which is wonderful…Read more
Thailands new vaccinated and unvaccinated tourist entry rules from Nov 1st, 2021
According to a recent article in “Asean Now” formally known as “Thai Visa” the Thai authorities have announced that they plan to reopen their borders to international foreign tourists for the first time in what has effectively been almost 2 Years from November 1st, 2021 onwards.…Read more
The Tourism Authority of Thailand wants to revitalize the tourism industry by encouraging the widespread acceptance of crypto currencies.
In an effort to curtail the spread of Covid-19 and save lives, almost every government across the world with a few exceptions has long since closed down their borders to overseas travelers and restricted the movement of their own citizenry to…Read more
Thai Government Plans to Build a 900 Billion Thai Baht “Thai Bridge” between Pattaya & Hua-Hin
In a recent article by the “Pattaya News 11 Oct 2020”, the Thai Government’s economic steering committee announced an ambitious plan to link the Eastern part of Thailand with that of the lower Western and upper Southern part of Thailand…Read more
Thai Government’s Centre for Economic Situation Administration (CESA) has tentatively agreed in principal to some amendments to the criteria for granting “permanent residence” and “Smart Visa” status to foreigners.
In a bid to woo foreign investors, and to give Thailand a much-needed economic boost particularly in the “recreational and tourism” sectors, the Deputy Secretary-General of the Centre for Economic Situation Administration (CESA), Mr. Danucha Pichayanan publicly announced on September…Read more
Thai Authorities Hard at Work to Finalise a Re-entry Plan for Foreign Tourists by October 2020.
Covid-19 has had a catastrophic effect on global markets as worldwide authorities have collectively shutdown their economies in a coordinated effort to “flatten the curve” and limit the number of Covid-19 deaths in their respective countries. A recent article in…Read more
Thailand finally starts to reopen it’s borders to international flights from overseas
In a recent article in the “Thailand Business News”, Thailand’s Civil Aviation Authority (C.A.A.T.) has announced that the ban on scheduled international flights will be lifted subject to certain conditions effective from July 1st, 2020 onwards. Starting from July 1st,…Read more
Latest Proposed Future Plans For Walking Street & Bali-Hai Pier
In a recent article by “The Pattaya News”, Pattaya City Hall hosted a presentation by a group of professional consultants hired as part of the greater Eastern Economic Corridor (E.E.C.) to outline two different yet very similar proposals for the…Read more
Thai Foreign Trade Department Bans Importation of Used Motor Vehicles for Personal Use
In a recent article in “The Nation”, the Director-General of the Thai Foreign Trade Department made a public announcement that a ban on the importation of second hand cars for personal use will come into effect on December 10, 2019.…Read more