The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) in its official release mentioned that since there are no rules such as proof of vaccination or taking a Covid test before entering Thailand for international travellers, there is no such need for Indian travellers too.
This rule comes into place when Indian travellers returning back to their home country need to carry out an RT-PCR test for at least 72 hours before travelling and upload the results on the Air Suvidha Website.
The TAT offices will be closely monitoring the changes and also keep updated on covid19 infections in the country and also check any protocol which might affect Indian travellers in the country.
They further informed that the availability of testing facilities in Thailand is widespread and readily accessible.
Meanwhile, as covid cases continue to rise, India has implemented strict quarantine measures for those arriving from five countries which includes Thailand from January 01.
With regard to this, the TAT highlighted that all tourism-related and business services are fully operational, and that tourism is back to normal in the country, with no restrictions on travel within the country.