Is Phuket Open for Tourism 2021?

As Thailand continues to battle its third and worst Covid-19 wave since the start of the pandemic, the popular resort island of Phuket has reopened to vaccinated travelers without quarantine restrictions.

What happens if you test positive in Phuket?

Q: If I test positive, what will happen? A: You will be sent to hospital for appropriate treatment, and will need to pay the expenses which should be covered in your insurance.

What vaccines are accepted for Phuket sandbox?

Currently, the approved vaccine list includes Pfizer, AstraZeneca, Johnson & Johnson, Moderna, Sinopharm and Sinovac. Visitors need to be fully vaccinated. Vaccination shots need to have been given at least 14 days before boarding your flight to Thailand and no longer than one year before.

Is Phuket open for tourist?

Since Phuket has not yet imposed restrictions, it will be open for Indian travellers under the Phuket Sandbox scheme. Under this scheme, travellers will only need to do a PCR test and wait in the hotel until the result is received. “Flights to Phuket from India will be from Delhi by MakeMyTrip.

Can you leave hotel in Phuket sandbox?

Visitors to Phuket via the Phuket Sandbox do not have to quarantine in their hotel room during their first week and are free to move around the island, however, they are not able to leave Phuket until they have completed 7 nights in a SHA+ hotel. (See below.)

Do I need a Covid test to enter Thailand?

Through the system, Thai CDC will check the proof of vaccination and provide “Thailand Pass QR Code” for travelers be used to enter Thailand. Q8: Do Thai people need to show a COVID-19 RT-PCR test before boarding? A8: COVID-19 RT-PCR negative result issued no more than 72 hours before boarding is required.

Are Phuket bars open yet?

Alcohol sales at restaurants is now only allowed in areas classified as “blue zones” including Bangkok and Phuket. Bars, pubs, nightclubs and other entertainment venues have been closed since April due to the rise of the latest and most severe wave of Covid-19 in Thailand.