Practical information about Thailand

If this is your first time traveling to Thailand, it is a good idea to share some practical information about this country.

Passport/Visa

With EU passport, you are allowed to stay visa-free in Thailand for a maximum of 30 days, given that you can present a return ticket within this time frame. Furthermore, the country applies the standard rule that the passport must be valid for at least 6 months upon entry.

Vaccination

It is important that you are fully vaccinated when staying in Thailand. Your medical center should make an individual evaluation of what kind of vaccine you need. Be sure to contact your medical center 4-6 weeks before departure!

Safety

Climate

During the rainy season that runs between May and October, heavy monsoon rains can cause flooding as well as landslides. During this period, ocean currents may also occur around Phuket and along the country’s other coast towards Lake Andaman.

Travel insurance

Most home insurance policies include travel insurance. Check yours well in advance before the departure.

Currancy

Baht (THB)

Time differece

+ 6 hours

Electricity

Thailand has the same standard on electrical outlets as most of Europe, so you can do without an adapter.

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