Thailand is Re-Opening: Where You Can Plan to Travel Today

26 August 2021

With recently announced plans to further open some of Southeast Asia’s most beloved travel destinations, Thailand is preparing to welcome international travelers.

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With recently announced plans to further open some of Southeast Asia’s most beloved travel destinations, Thailand is once again greeting international travelers with the just launched Phuket Sandbox 7+7, a reopening initiative allowing foreigners to explore two Thai destinations, each for seven nights. After seven nights of relaxation and adventure in Phuket, guests can venture further afield and enjoy any of the following amazing destinations for their remaining seven nights. 


A small peninsula isolated from the mainland, world-famous Railay beach in Krabi features some of the most recognizable landscapes in Thailand. Stay at Rayavadee, accessible only by boat from Krabi pier, and framed with dramatic limestone cliffs. Nestled in coconut groves in a quiet corner of the bay, Rayavadee has access to three beaches including an idyllic hidden cove formed by an opening between two cliffs. 


Phuket, Thailand’s largest island, is the most important destination in the Andaman Sea. A starting point for travel to everywhere in Southern Thailand, the most famous island in the Kingdom hosts some of the finests resorts in Southeast Asia. From Amanpuri’s 40 Thai style pavilions on a private white-sand beach and sprawling cliffside villas at Anantara Layan to Michelin-star cuisine at Trisara, Phuket is paradise.


Koh Yao Noi, found in the Andaman Sea between Phuket and Krabi, is home to lush forests, white sand beaches, and a horizon filled with stark karst mountains. Spread over almost 24 acres of Koh Yao Noi, the ultra-luxe Six Senses Yao Noi thrives in a green wonderland of limestone pinnacles, with villas featuring infinity pools and dramatic sea-views.


Koh Samui in the Gulf of Thailand is an ideal summer getaway to indulge in a mix of island and jungle life. Get in shape with a Muay Thai master, tear through the trails on an ATV, or scuba dive in crystal clear waters. Samui boasts some of Thailand’s finest seaside hotels outside of the Andaman Sea, including Six Senses Koh Samui — featuring plush rooms and views across a rock-fringed bay. The  Four Seasons Resort Koh Samui  is a tucked-away hillside resort above the Gulf, featuring spacious Thai villas wrapped in tropical gardens.

KOH PHANGAN Just a short speedboat ride from neighboring Koh Samui, Koh Phangan has long been known for its wild nights, but Anantara Rasananda is redefining the rainforest foliage, coconut palms, and temples of this stunning island. An ideal jumping off point for island hopping and diving to Koh Tao and Ang Thong National Marine Park, Koh Phangan is a burgeoning destination for luxury travel. CHIANG MAI Though not yet open, Chiang Mai, found in the mountain heart of Thailand’s north, plans to open to international travel in October. A mix of distinct cuisine, adventure, and wildlife, Chiang Mai is a spiritual alternative to the island destinations in the south. Overlooking terraced rice fields, the Four Seasons Chiang Mai is a majestic retreat hidden in the Mae Rim Valley. For a city escape, travelers can indulge in the unique charm of 137 Pillars House, which sits idyllically along the Ping River, adjacent to Wat Gate Khar Rham Temple.  



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