Safety in Thailand extends from hotel to airways for the first time after the pandemic

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Centara, one of the leading hotel operators in Thailand expands its partnership with Vietjet to ensure that tourists are now even safer travelling. Centara has previously developed a partnership with Thai airways and Singapore airlines. Now, foreign travellers can begin their exploration right away after producing a full vaccination certificate and health insurance worth 10000 USD.

 It is mandatory to collect the certificate within 24 hours. For travellers not vaccinated or partially vaccinated, negative reports of recent RT-PCR or ATK tests will be required within 72 hours. This will help Thailand to protect the travellers and help Thai tourism to bloom.

Tom Thrussell, Vice president for Brand and Marketing management said on behalf of Centara Hotels that this gesture will encourage Tourists from all over the globe to visit Thailand more frequently. He also said that with 6 new brands launched that range from luxury hotels to family lifestyle-specific rooms, Centara is offering an all-inclusive travelling experience to foreign passengers after the pandemic.

He expresses his gratitude to his fellow passengers for staying with them in the tough times. The partnership program will enable significant discounts on several packages. Pinyot Pibulsonggram, Director of Commercial of Thai Vietjet holds the opinion that with travel restrictions easing out in Thailand, it is high time for practicing partnership among service providers to ensure safety is retained for the passengers.

Thailand is home to more than 13 important beach locations like Phuket, Krabi, Samui, Hua Hin, Pattaya, Trat, Koh Chang, Rayong, Chiang Mai, Mae Sot, Udon Thani, Hat Yai, and Bangkok. Tropical scenarios like the one in Maldives and water parks in Dubai and Abu dhabi attract thousands of foreigners each year. This partnership between Centara and Vietjet will provide attractive discounts to foreign tourists, ultimately promoting Thai tourism for good.

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