Pre-Wedding

Hua Hin, Thailand
June 24 - July 1

Wedding

Hua Hin, Thailand
July 1 - 3

Post-Wedding

Bangkok, Thailand
July 4 - 9

Recommended Travel Checklist

Review Thailand’s Entry Requirements

  1. Familiarize yourself with the current COVID requirements here
  2. Check if you will need a Visa here
  3. If you need a Visa you can apply directly here (same site as step 2)
  4. Confirm if your insurance meets the travel requirements outlined here (same site at step 1)
  5. If your insurance does not meet the needs you can purchase insurance here
  6. Apply for a Thai pass here (same site as step 1) NOTE: we strongly recommend test and go if you plan to join us in Bangkok after the wedding

Book your flights

  1. Book flights to one of Bangkok's two airports BKK or DMK
  2. We recommend booking flexible tickets in case of changes due to COVID and travel regulations

Book your stay

  1. To comply with Thai pass requirements you should stay at a SHA++ / SHA Extra+ hotel
  2. Review the list of SHA++ hotels we’ve put together near the wedding venue here
  3. If these don't work for you, or you would like more alternatives, you can browse here

Coordinate Local Travel

  1. Reach out to the hotel you booked with to coordinate your travel from the airport to comply with Thai pass requirements
  2. Confirm the Thai Pass option you chose with them and they will work with you on transportation and testing
  3. If you run into any issues, send SOS to Nina or Alejandro

Check in on COVID regulation updates

  1. Periodically check for COVID specific entry requirement updates here
  2. Stay up to date with the Tourism Authority of Thailand here

Current COVID Requirements - Updated April 2022

All travelers will be required to undergo RT-PCR testing upon arrival on Day 1 and a Day 5 ATK (Rapid test), even if traveling with a medical certificate showing proof of recovery.  Anyone who tests positive may be required to quarantine at their own expense for 7-10 days or possibly longer at the discretion of public health officials.  This also includes those who were in close proximity with individuals who test positive. (as of Feb 14, 2022 from Us Embassy & Consulate in Thailand, https://th.usembassy.gov/u-s-citizen-services/covid-19-information/)

All travelers need to apply for a "Thailand Pass" prior to their journey. As part of the entry requirements for the "Test & Go" scheme, foreign tourists must provide proof of an insurance policy that covers treatment for Covid-19 up to the cost of $20,000, proof of first night's stay at an AQ or SHA Extra + hotel, and confirmation of a Day 1 COVID PCR test. Fully vaccinated international travelers can alternatively travel to Thailand under the "Sandbox Program," meaning they need to stay for a minimum of 5 days in one several approved destinations including: Krabi, Phang-Na, Phuket, Ko Samui, Ko Pha-ngan or Ko Tao. (as of Apr 19, 2022 from the Thailand Pass, tp.consular.go.th)

While the situation is ever evolving, and we cannot predict what the measures will be in place this summer, we want to provide as much visibility as possible to the current landscape