The Royal Thai Government has officially endorsed Thailand’s reopening plan for travelers who are fully vaccinated against the Covid-19 virus, allowing foreign internationals from 63 approved destinations to visit the kingdom without needing to quarantine upon their arrival.
International travelers who are fully vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus are now able to travel freely to Thailand without needing to quarantine upon their arrival. The Royal Thai Government has endorsed Phuket as the first destination in the kingdom to reopen to the global community.
Elite members who hold the Non-Immigrant O (Retirement) visa will need to cancel this visa before getting their Elite visa affixed. Clients who are exempt from this condition are those who hold a tourist visa or a visa exemption.
Even though foreign nationals are usually drawn to the country's capital city Bangkok, known as the 'City of Angels' (Krung Thep by locals), Thailand's many beautiful regions and islands have become magnets for expats from around the world who form vast communities across the nation. Here is a snapshot of the 11 best places to live in Thailand.
Many people choose to move to Thailand not only for its exotic lifestyle but also for the unique benefits that can be enjoyed with the Thailand Elite Residence Program. Affectionately known as the 'Land of Smiles', Thailand is a long-established destination in Asia for expats, retirees, and families looking to relocate to enjoy the diverse mix of old-world charm and ultra-modern living.
Thailand is a popular destination to live, work, and play for families, retirees, digital nomads, and businesspeople looking to tap into Southeast Asia's booming market. The Thailand Elite Residence Program offers you the opportunity to obtain a privilege entry visa, which affords you the right to live in Thailand for up to 20 years, taking the legwork out of gaining residence in Thailand.
The Kingdom of Thailand is one of the most sought-after destinations in Southeast Asia, offering an affordable and convenient standard of living for local and foreign residents who make the country their second home. Thailand's attractions include ancient ruins, scuba diving sites, golden beaches, an exciting nightlife, Buddhist temples, and several UNESCO World Heritage Sites.