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New innovations and business strategies prepare industry for the long-haul of post-pandemic travel realities

The battle for the most expensive New Year’s countdown staycation package is heating up

In order to enhance confidence in travelling among visitors and locals, a new application ‘ThailandPlus’ has just recently been prepared to assist the travellers and make the journey in Thailand seamless.

TAT's special tourist initiatives support ongoing Thai government COVID-19 measures, including 14-day quarantine and Certificate of Entry documents

Project showcases local Thai handicrafts from around the kingdom to help make quarantine a more informative and interesting experience

The Royal Thai Government is considering local tours for medical and wellness tourists from overseas from next month, and the restart of inbound tourism under a "travel bubbles" concept in September.

CAAT announces that several groups of foreigners will be allowed entry into the kingdom, including foreign travellers under special arrangements between Thailand and foreign governments.

‘BEST’ practices for tourism workers and visitors includes digital technology to help track and trace.

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has launched a new TVC “Best Wishes (Pla-Ta-Pian)” sending tender, loving and care (TLC) to cheer up the world that we shall all overcome all difficulties and hardships from the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic together.

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT), in collaboration with the public and private sector partners, is introducing an “Amazing Thailand Safety and Health Administration: SHA” certification aimed at elevating the country’s tourism industry standards and developing confidence among international and domestic tourists.

In Asia’s first international destination recovery initiative post-COVID-19, the Phuket Hotels Association and global hospitality branding agency QUO have joined forces to craft an aspirational relaunch campaign aimed at reviving travel to Phuket.