UPDATED! TEST & GO rules to ease from 1 March 2022

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What’s new From 1 March 2022:

  • New regulations will be effective from 1 March, 2022. Apply Thailand pass from 1 March 2022 and can enter Thailand from 7 March, 2022 onward. 
  • Fully vaccinated travelers include Nordic and Baltic will be able to travel to any destinations in Thailand under the Test & Go programme. Stay only 1 nights at SHA Extra Plus (SHA++) hotel that include 1 RT-PCR tests and a pre-arranged transfer airport to hotel upon arrival.  
  • Undergo an RT-PCR test upon arrival  (Day 1) and wait for the result in the hotel.
  • The second test is on Day 5 by a self-ATK method and travelers must report the result via the Mor Chana application. (ATK test kit will be included in hotel package)
  • Krabi, Phang-Nga and Phuket: Travelers can book and prepay for the 1 RT-PCR test via www.thailandpsas.com. The RT-PCR test will be done at Phuket ­international airport. (RT- PCR: 2,100 Baht/test, ATK test kit will be handed out at the airport)
  • An insurance policy with coverage no less than US$20,000. Thais and foreign expatriates under Thailand’s national healthcare coverage are exempt from this requirement.
  • Travelers who already obtain Test&Go approval and travel to Thailand from 1 March 2022 will be entitled to an exemption. No need to stay and undergo a RT PCR on Day 5. 
    • Contact SHA Extra Plus hotels for refunding
    • Travelers who booked RT-PCR test via www.thailandpsas.com can apply for a refund if due to receive the 2nd test from 5 March onwards. The system will start accepting the refund requests from 1 March 22. It would take 2-4 weeks for the money to be transferred back to your credit card.

For regular updates on the tourism-related COVID-19, visit TAT, Stockholm office, official website The Colours of Thailand, www.thecoloursofthailand.com


Kantara S. Olofsson

Public Relation & Communication Coordinator

Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT)

Stockholm Office 

Drottninggatan 33 GF

111 51 Stockholm Swedenhttps




Founded in 1960, the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) was the first organization in Thailand with a special responsibility to promote tourism in the country. The Thai Tourist Office in Stockholm was established in 2002 and is responsible for the Nordic and Baltic countries. The Thai Tourist Office provides travel information to the public, travel agencies and media and also works to encourage residents in the Nordic and Baltic countries to travel to Thailand. Read more at www.tourismthailand.org

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