Blue Bay celebrates relaxed travel rules for Thailand

Blue Bay celebrates relaxed travel rules for Thailand

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Blue Bay Travel has introduced new deals to Thailand to celebrate the country axing its Thailand Pass registration scheme from July 1, 2022.

The country is set to relax its Thailand Pass registration scheme and mandatory US$10,000 health insurance requirement for foreign visitors, with travellers soon only required to show proof of either a certificate of vaccination or a negative PCR or antigen test result within 72 hours of travel.

To celebrate, Blue Bay Travel is offering deals including Moracea by Khao Lak seven-nights, half-board, from £899pp based on two sharing in September/October 2022 and April and May 2023.

Price also includes return flights from Manchester, Birmingham, London Gatwick or London Heathrow, a double upgrade to Hibiscus Grand Deluxe Room w/Private Balcony, 30-minute massage per person per stay, 20% spa discount, 10% dining discount, return transfers.

Seven-nights, half-board at from The Pavilions Phuket is priced from £949pp based on two sharing in April & May 2023.The Price also includes return flights from London Gatwick and Manchester, accommodation in a Tropical View Suite with Lounge, upgrade to half board, 30-minute foot massage per person per stay, 25% spa discount, 20% food & beverage discount, return private transfers.

Customers pay a deposit from £150pp to secure their holiday and Blue Bay Travel’s flexible booking policy means that customers can change the date or destination of their holiday (terms & conditions apply). All prices correct at time of issue. Other departure dates and departure airports available at different prices.

bluebaytravel.co.uk

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