(updated on 7 May 2021)
COVID-19 NOTICE: ALL SERVICES ARE *BY APPOINTMENT* ONLY
LATEST UPDATE : ( 7 May 2021)
Travellers arriving in Thailand from 6 May 2021 onwards will be subject to 14-day quarantine, regardless of the vaccination status.
* Non Thai-nationals are no longer required to present a Fit-to-fly certificate. However, all travellers must check with the air operators about the covid-19 test (negative) requirement prior to boarding.
** From 14 January 2021 onwards, all travelers to Thailand, after receiving their COE, are required to download and register on “ThailandPlus” application. You will be required to present your registration on “ ThailandPlus” upon your arrival in Thailand. Should you have any problem regarding the application, please contact the staff at the airport in Thailand.
1.Travelling to Thailand
2. Quarantine measures
2.1 All travelers arriving in Thailand are required to undergo a 14-day quarantine at:
(1) Alternative State Quarantine (ASQ) facility or Alternative Local Quarantine (ALQ) in Chonburi & Prachinburi (for those arriving in Bangkok)
(2) Alternative Local Quarantine (ALQ) in Phuket (for travelers arriving in Phuket only)
(3) State Quarantine (ASQ) which travellers must directly contact the airlines, namely Thai Airways, Lufthansa, and Air France.
***Please be noted that SQ quota is updated monthly, depending on the allocation of SQ quota to the airlines by the government***
Follow any updates on https://www.facebook.com/royalthaiembassy.brussels.
2.2 How to reserve ASQ :
List of Alternative State Quarantine hotels, click here
Reservation must be made for “ASQ/ALQ package “ for 15 nights at the travellers’ own expenses.
Reservations can be done through the following approved platforms :
Remarks : Travelers arrving at Suvarnnabhumi Airport or Don Muang Airport may reserve ALQ in Chonburi or Prachinburi only.
Travelers arriving in Phuket may reserve ALQ in Phuket or Pang-Nga only.
3. Required documents
3.1 Valid Passport
3.2 Certificate of Entry (COE)
3.3 flight ticket
3.4 ASQ booking confirmation on arrival date or SQ confirmation letter
3.5 T.8 form click here
3.6 Depending on the air operators’ condition (Medical certificate with a laboratory result indicating that COVID -19 is not detected)
4. How to apply for a Certificate of Entry (COE)
Thai nationals who reside in Belgium and Luxembourg may apply for a Certificate of Entry (ONLINE) with the Royal Thai Embassy in Brussels on https://coethailand.mfa.go.th/ Those residing in other countries should submit their applications with their respective Royal Thai Embassies. *** Applicants must read the instructions and the registration guidelines carefully***
*** Important note***
There will be two steps for the COE application: registration and COE approval.
Note : Applicants will receive a 6-digit code. Applicants must take note of this code which is needed for checking the status of their applications.
*The Embassy may refuse the registration if documents are missing or incomplete. The applicant will be asked to edit or provide documents as requested by clicking the Yellow icon “Edit personal information” on https://coethailand.mfa.go.th
Remarks : The COE is issued for specific flight and ASQ. If the applicant changes the flight and/or ASQ after receiving the COE, he/she must contact the Royal Thai Embassy for a new COE.
Should you have any questions regarding the COE for thai nationals, please contact email@example.com
or call 02 640 6810/ 0491 122 084 on Monday- Friday at 10.00-13.00 hr. and 14.00-16.00 hr. (except on the Embassy’s Holiday)