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Night-time restrictions

currently imposed in 29 provinces

Individual provinces are authorised to apply appropriate measures to contain local transmission of COVID-19

Bangkok, 5 May, 2021, 07.00 Hrs.

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) would like to inform travellers that currently, 29 provinces across Thailand have imposed night-time restrictions, urging everyone to avoid going out at night unless utmost necessary, effective until further notice.

Sa Kaeo is the latest province to urge residents to stay home as much as possible during 24.00 – 04.00 Hrs.

This is a living document, which the TAT Newsroom will update the list of provinces where night-time restrictions are in effect as soon as new information becomes available.

CENTRAL REGION

  • Chai Nat, 23.00-04.00 Hrs.
  • Nakhon Pathom, 23.00-04.00 Hrs.
  • Nakhon Nayok, 23.00-04.00 Hrs.
  • Nonthaburi, 21.00-04.00 Hrs.
  • Pathum Thani, 21.00-04.00 Hrs.
  • Phetchaburi, 23.00-04.00 Hrs.
  • Ratchaburi, 23.00-04.00 Hrs.
  • Sa Kaeo, 24.00-04.00 Hrs.
  • Samut Prakan, 21.00-04.00 Hrs.
  • Samut Sakhon, 23.00-04.00 Hrs.
  • Suphan Buri, 23.00-04.00 Hrs.

NORTHERN REGION

  • Phrae, 23.00-03.00 Hrs.
  • Uthai Thani, 23.00-04.00 Hrs.

NORTHEASTERN REGION

  • Bueng Kan, 23.00-04.00 Hrs.
  • Buri Ram, all day
  • Chaiyaphum, 23.00-04.00 Hrs.
  • Nakhon Ratchasima, 23.00-04.00 Hrs.
  • Nong Khai, 23.00-04.00 Hrs.
  • Ubon Ratchathani, 23.00-04.00 Hrs.
  • Yasothon, 23.00-04.00 Hrs.

SOUTHERN REGION

  • Krabi, 22.00-04.00 Hrs.
  • Pattani, 22.00-04.00 Hrs.
  • Phatthalung, 22.00-03.00 Hrs.
  • Phuket, 22.00-04.00 Hrs.
  • Ranong, 22.00-04.00 Hrs.
  • Songkhla, 22.00-04.00 Hrs.
  • Surat Thani, 22.00-04.00 Hrs.
  • Trang, 22.00-03.00 Hrs.

Once again, TAT would like to remind all travellers to take DMHTT precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19: D – Distancing, M – Mask wearing, H – Handwashing, T – Temperature check, and T – Thai Chana contact tracing application.

For regular updates on the tourism-related COVID-19 situation in Thailand, visit the TAT Newsroom via www.tatnews.org; Facebook (tatnews.org); and Twitter (Tatnews_Org).

For additional information and assistance

relating to Thailand’s tourism, contact the TAT Contact Centre 1672 or Tourist Police 1155.

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