The Chao Phraya Sky Park, opened in June, is located over the city's main river and offers panoramic views of the Wat Arun and the Bangkok skyline. It is part of the city's efforts to reboot tourism following months of closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
As the country reveals plans around its new Special Tourist Visa, it has emerged Thailand will require applicants to observe a quarantine in the home countries and present two negative COVID tests before arrival in Thailand.
The spectacular festival around the Thai New Year's celebrations takes place in Bangkok and around Thailand in April 2021!
Thailand's new Special Tourist Visa is looking to bring in over 1000 international tourists each month, prompting a restart of the tourist economy as soon as October. The government has told businesses to prepare.
The Government of Thailand has announced a new 90-day visa available to all foreigners who wish to visit the country. The visa, renewable twice for an additional 90 days each time, is bound to be popular among Digital Nomads and slow travellers. Requirements include a negative COVID-19 test, proof of long-term maintenance in Thailand, and a mandatory 14-day quarantine upon arrival.