Hua Hin In Thailand Announces Tourism Opening Plans

Hua Hin, the seaside resort made popular by the Thai Royal family in the 1920’s, and a popular escape for residents of Bangkok, has announced plans to reopen to foreign tourists.

Main picture Buddhist monk on Hua Hin beach in Thailand, credit Thomas Oxford on Unsplash

Following in the footsteps of the Phuket Sandbox which reopened on 1st July and Samui Plus which began today, the Hua Hin Recharge is due to begin on 1st October.

The Hua Hin Recharge will allow fully vaccinated foreign tourists to visit without the need for quarantine.

Further details will become available over the coming weeks but if the Phuket and Samui schemes are anything to go by, full details may not come until the last minute.

To prepare for the reopening the province will look to ensure that at least 70% of the Hua Hin Municipality and 100% of tourism and services workers are fully vaccinated by 30th September. Around 8% of the general population are currently vaccinated.

There are likely to be delays to the Thailand reopening schedule due to increasing numbers of Covid-19 cases, especially in Bangkok and Chon Buri (Pattaya).

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