Bangladesh - Sandbox now open to everyone
(MENAFN- Bangladesh Monitor)
The dark days of Thailand's traveling scene are almost over as the highly-anticipated Phuket Sandbox, the government's tourism-reviving scheme, kicks off on July 1. The island destination is welcoming back international travelers, who can now look forward to living it up in this sun-kissed paradise in the southern part of the kingdom.
The Sandbox program was conceived in response to the increased rates of COVID-19 vaccination in many countries across the globe. With many individuals having completed their inoculations, the authorities have deemed it appropriate to reopen the country to tourists without the need for quarantine, and Phuket was selected as the program's pilot area because of its widespread popularity.
Phuket Sandbox is a pilot program launched by Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) in partnership with Phuket Tourist Association in hopes of reviving the country's severely-affected tourism industry. Through this scheme, vaccinated tourists are allowed to visit the popular island destination without having to undergo quarantine.
Aspiring travelers are required to stay in an accommodation with a SHA+ (SHA Plus) certificate issued by the Amazing Thailand Safety and Health Administration and to undergo three COVID-19 screening tests during their stay.
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