This is the least amount of money you will need in your bank account if you are going to visit the country

Thailand is now welcoming tourists from all countries including India after being closed for more than 6 months. Thailand has been one of the most popular vacation destinations over the years, and according to official numbers in 2019, Bangkok was the most visited city as 38 million tourists visited the country. However, due to the pandemic, the country closed all borders to contain the spread of the virus. Thailand, officially known as the Kingdom of Thailand, followed all of COVID-19’s safety guidelines. Now the Thai government has announced a special tourist visa (STV) for all travelers. Also Read – The world’s highest post office in Himachal Pradesh hit by COVID-19

With the special tourist visa, you can now stay in Thailand for 90 days and even extend your stay twice. You can stay up to 9 months. If you are planning to visit the country, there are certain points to keep in mind before you set out on your next adventure. Also Read – Good News for Doctors on the COVID Service! SC suggests giving them breaks so they can work continuously

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Well, the Special Tourist Visa is sure to be dreamy in its own way as you can stay in the stunning country for 90 days and even extend your stay twice. However, certain terms and conditions are associated with this visa. STV costs around THB 2,000 Rs 4,895. There’s more, you’ll need to provide evidence of substantial funds under Conde Nast Traveler. The Royal Thai Consulate in Mumbai says if you are going to Thailand you must have at least one THB 2.04,003 ie Rs 5,00,000 (per person) in your bank account to qualify.

And if you were planning on packing your bags for short trips or weekend getaways, this seems like a far-fetched dream so far. The country is currently following strict quarantine rules, according to which tourists must be quarantined for 14 days in a hotel upon arrival. A tourist must declare his long-term residence in Thailand. These can be hotel reservations, leases, or condominium documents as per the Conde Nast report.

Individuals traveling to Thailand must submit a negative COVID-19 test result within 72 hours of their arrival, and travelers must undergo a second test after landing.

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