The COVID-19 situation is different in each country. Stay up to date with the latest requirements for entry and travel, and with local measures in your country of destination.


Thailand: Entry and travel

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FDFA recommendations for travelling abroad

Travel responsibly and take time to plan and organise your trip. The Federal Department of Foreign Affairs (FDFA) recommends that you download the Travel Admin app, register, and enter your trips abroad before leaving for your holiday.

The FDFA Helpline is the single point of contact for enquiries about consular services.

Entry requirements 

  • Travel advice (de,fr,it)
  • As of 1 October 2022, travelers from abroad to Thailand are no longer required to show proof of vaccination or Covid-19 test, nor to complete a health declaration form.
  • If you are in Switzerland and wish to enter Thailand, please visit the website of the Royal Thai Embassy in Bern for the entry procedure and requirements.

Tourist Visa

  • For entry options as tourist, refer to this page from the Royal Thai Embassy in Bern for more details.
  • Under the "Tourist Visa Exemption Scheme", Swiss nationals no longer need to obtain a visa before entering Thailand for tourism purposes. The exemption period is 45 days (previously 30 days). 
  • In addition, the "Special Tourist Visa (STV)" can be applied for by Swiss nationals since December 14, 2020.
  •  For entry into Switzerland, please visit this page: Visa – Entry to and Residence in Switzerland

Current situation

The COVID-19 situation in Thailand is constantly changing. We recommend that you follow the local news and follow us on our social media. The following sites offer regular updates:

Please comply strictly with the instructions of the Thai authorities. Any violation of these rules may be punishable.


If you feel seriously unwell please contact the nearest clinic/hospital, or call:

  • Department of Medical Services: 1668
  • Department of Disease Control: 1422
  • National Institute for Emergency Medicine: 1669 (Notification of infection and ambulance pick-up)
  • National Health Security Office: 1330
  • Mental Health Service: 1323
  • General Enquiries (in English): +66 (0) 96 847 8209 or +66 (0) 92 726 0474

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