The coverage is 1 million Baht per person in the event of death, a maximum of 500,000 Baht for accident injury treatment, and 300,000 Baht for permanent disability, loss of sight or permanent organ loss.
The government is sidelining the 300-baht tourism fee and focusing on a comprehensive insurance plan for foreign tourists, addressing safety concerns. The plan, proposed by [more…]
The health insurance system for non-Thais (Hint), devised by the Southeast Asian country’s Ministry of Public Health, will debut on January 1, 2024, and will allow non-Thais to access healthcare coverage.
Thailand’s Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul said today (Thursday) that tourists from India and China, both countries which require a negative RT-PCR test result and [more…]
The Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand (CAAT) from Monday will require visitors whose next destinations require proof of a negative Covid-19 test to show health [more…]
BANGKOK, Jan 5 (TNA) – Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul said measures to welcome Chinese visitors would be concluded without any discrimination today and they [more…]
The planned 300-baht tourism fee is expected to apply to all foreigners without exception, serving as insurance coverage of up to 500,000 baht per person [more…]
Thailand announced yesterday Friday that it will remove entry restrictions for travelers vaccinated against covid-19 from May 1, in a move aimed at boosting its [more…]