Thailand is considered a ‘paradise’ not only for its breathtaking beauty and inspiring culture but also for its culinary brilliance. Uniquely crafted to appeal to all tastes, Thai food combines the best of flavours, textures, colours, and presentation. Add this to the country’s wealth of ancient cooking secrets and Thai hospitality that offers an enriching and memorable dining experience.
With this in mind and to reconnect with the media and update them on the tourism situation in Thailand, the Tourism Authority of Thailand Delhi office organised The Amazing Thailand Media Networking Lunch on September 22, 2021, at Soy Neung Roi Thai restaurant at Radisson Blu Plaza Delhi Airport hotel.
The afternoon started with a Thai cookery theater and cooking class by Soy Neung Roi Executive Chef Sreenivasan, followed by a delicious Thai food lunch.
At the networking lunch, the media were informed about the current situation of travel for Indians to Thailand. The Royal Thai Embassy has resumed the issuance of all types of visas and COE (Certificate of entry) for permitted non-Thai nationals (except for medical treatment) starting September 20, 2021. All travellers wishing to travel to Thailand from India are requested to comply with the Ministry of Public Health’s measures and regulations, including the quarantine period of at least 14 days. Travel to Phuket & Samui Sandbox and related initiatives are not applicable to travellers from India as yet. However “Thailand and Thai Travel Trade is looking forward to welcoming Indians soon,” said Vachirachai Sirisumpan, Director TAT, New Delhi.
Those who wish to apply for visa, are requested to contact VFS Global or BLS International.