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- July,2022(part1) -
05 Jul, 2022
Suvarnabhumi Airport passengers surged in July 2022
With the abolition of the Thailand Pass on Friday, July 1, the number of foreign tourists arriving at Bangkok's main airport, Suvarnabhumi Airport, is increasing rapidly.

According to Thai government spokesman, 140 flights and 27,642 passengers arrived at Suvarnabhumi Airport on July 1. On Saturday, July 2, 134 flights, 27,147 passengers arrived at the airport, and on Sunday, July 3, 150 flights, 28,910 passengers arrived at the airport.

Until June, an average of 130 flights and betwee 23,000 and 24,000 passengers a day arrived at the airport. It's only three days in July, but it's already increased by an average of 6,000 passengers a day.

According to the Ministry of Tourism and Sports of Thailand, the number of foreign tourists arriving per day is currently approaching 30,000 per day and is expected to reach 60,000 per day in October.

Thailand is shifting to a post-pandemic in earnest, and the Thai government plans to launch a "Thai Moving Together" campaign at Suvarnabhumi Airport with the aim of increasing the number of foreign tourists from overseas.
04 Jul, 2022
Thai Airways International plans to resume Bangkok-Fukuoka route from October 2022
Thai Airways International has resumed operations on Tokyo, Osaka, and Nagoya flights on Japan routes as entry deregulation progresses in each country.

As for Fukuoka, many airlines have suspended flights from Bangkok to Fukuoka, and Vietjet Air has only announced that it will resume three flights a week from July 15.

Thai Airways International has updated its flight schedule for the winter of 2022 and announced that it plans to resume operations on the Fukuoka-Bangkok route, which had been suspended, from October 30th, with one flight per day. We have already started selling airline tickets.

The aircraft used is an Airbus A330-300 (31 business seats, 263 economy seats).

The planned schedule are as follows.
Fukuoka ⇔ Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi) (October 30, 2022 ~)
TG649 FUK11: 40 BKK15: 40 every day
TG648 BKK01: 00 FUK08: 10 every day

When Thai Airways International resumes flights to Fukuoka, two airlines will resume the Bangkok-Fukuoka route, but Thai Airways International will resume operations from October 30, and for the time being, It is expected that only Vietjet Air operate this route.

Of the Japanese routes of Thai Airways International, the Sapporo and Sendai routes are currently suspended during the winter schedule.

For details, please refer to the official website of Thai Airways International.
03 Jul, 2022
Tropical Cyclone "Chaba" Brings Heavy Rain across Thailand
According to the Thai Meteorological Department (TMD), a tropical cyclone "Chaba" is currently passing through the upper part of the South China Sea, and it is expected that heavy rains will occur in the northern, northeastern, eastern, central, and southern regions of Thailand due to this tropical cyclone.

Especially in parts of northeastern Thailand, strong winds and gusts of storms can occur this weekend.

TMD also expects strong winds above the Andaman Sea and wave heights of up to 3 meters during thunderstorms. Even in the upper part of the Gulf of Thailand, the height of the waves may reach about 2 meters.

TMD warns people to be careful of flash floods. It also warns ships to land during thunderstorms, especially small boats in the upper Andaman Sea until July 6.

Please be aware of the warnings issued by the Thai Meteorological Department from time to time.
02 Jul, 2022
Light-up event "Light Up The Night @ Sukhothai Historical Park" will be held in Sukhothai in July 2022
As one of the events to celebrate the 70th birthday of His Majesty King Rama X of the Kingdom of Thailand on July 28, a light-up event will be held in July in the world heritage city of Sukhothai.

According to the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT), a light-up event entitled "Light Up The Night @ Sukhothai Historical Park" will be held at Sukhothai Historical Park for 18 days in July 2022.

At "Light Up The Night @ Sukhothai Historical Park", ancient architecture centered on Sukhothai's famous world heritage sites such as Wat Mahathat, Wat Chana Songkhram, and Wat Sa Si will be beautifully lit up.

The light-up schedule is as follows.
schedule:
Every Friday, Saturday, Sunday in July
Wednesday, July 13 (Asalha Bucha Day)
Thursday, July 14 (Buddhist Lent Day)
Thursday, July 28 (Birthday of King Rama X)
Light-up time: 18.00 to 21.00
Admission: Free (both Thais and foreigners)

Also, on the day of the light-up event, you can enjoy a variety of activities and local cuisine at Tha Nam Rap Sadet Market trade fair in Sukhothai Historical Park from 16.00 to 20.00 hours.

On July 13th, Asalha Bucha Day, a Buddhist candle parade will be held in the area of Wat Mahathat from 18.00 to 20.00 hours.

In addition to the event, in Sukhothai, the Sukhothai Thani Walking Street Market is held every Saturday from 17.00 to 20.00 on the road along the Yom River opposite Wat Ratchathani, and various shops are opened along the street.

Please contact the TAT Sukhothai Office for more information.
Phone: +66 (0) 5651 6228, +66 (0) 5651 6229
Email: tatsukho@tat.or.th
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01 Jul, 2022
Thailand Pass abolished from July 1st
Starting today, July 1, 2022, you no longer need to apply for a Thailand Pass when entering Thailand. In addition, with the abolition of the Thailand Pass, the obligation to purchase medical insurance will also be abolished.

Phuket Sandbox Started

From July 1st, when entering Thailand, you need to show the vaccination certificate that has been vaccinated more than necessary with the vaccine approved by the Ministry of Health of Thailand, or the negative certificate of PCR test or antigen test obtained at formal medical institutions within 72 hours before entring Thailand.

It has been exactly one year since the sandbox scheme, which made it possible to enter Thailand from overseas, started in Phuket on July 1, 2021 . This one year is the longest one year, but it has finally become possible for foreign tourists to easily enter Thailand.

Thailand welcomes foreign tourists from all over the world!
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