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Where can I travel to right now in 2022!

by | Jan 20, 2022

Out of the 6 countries we specialise in only Cambodia is Fully Open with NO Quarantine. Cambodia is the most open country in Southeast Asia and the most vaccinated country in the world. So absolutely perfect to get out to now in early 2022 and get some much-needed winter sun!

  • No more quarantine
  • No restrictions on travel in the country
  • Open to all nationalities
  • Recognise all types of vaccines
  • One pre-departure PCR test required
  • One lateral flow/rapid antigen test on arrival.


What about the rest?

Countries Vaccine Passport Tourists Traveling Destinations Test on Arrival Quarantine Visa Certificate of Entry
Vietnam Via charter flights only 4 Sandbox cities Rapid test 7 nights at Sandbox hotels Must apply and be approved Not required
Thailand 61 countries & 2 territories The whole country Rapid test 1 night Same as before Must apply for Thailand Pass
Cambodia All countries The whole country Rapid test No E-Visa only or visa exemption Not required
Indonesia 19 countries Bali PCR test 3 days quarantine at hotels Tourist visa Not required
Laos All Countries 3 Sandbox cities PCR test TBC Same as before Not required
Man holding a covid rapid test


Vietnam has recently carried out its first phase of reopening. Phu Quoc Island, Hoi An, Nha Trang and Ha Long Bay were selected as Vietnam’s “sandbox destinations”. Travelers must be fully vaccinated at least 14 days before traveling and have tested negative for the coronavirus virus within 72 hours before departure. On arrival, they will receive rapid tests, and once the negative results are returned, they can explore the sandbox destinations without quarantine.
The second phase is planned to start in January 2022, travellers can arrive via commercial flights and stay for 7 days in the sandbox destinations. The third phase will be decided after the second phase is carried out smoothly, yet Vietnam expects to fully open in June 2022.


Thailand government has allowed travellers from 63 low-risk countries to enter Thailand since November 1, 2021, without undergoing quarantine. The travellers must complete 2 doses of a recognized Covid-19 vaccine, have a negative PCR test result taken within 72 hours of departure from their home country. On their arrival, they also must take quick tests then they can continue their journeys without any further quarantine if the results are negative. Thailand plans to fully reopen in early 2022.


Since November 15, Cambodia removed all quarantine requirements for fully vaccinated travellers and visitors. Travelers will have to show their negative test 72 hours prior to travel and have two vaccine doses. On their arrival, they will only need to take a rapid test. If the results are negative, they can then travel anywhere in Cambodia. Arrivals who have not been fully vaccinated need to undergo a PCR test and must be quarantined for 14 days.


Up to date, daily life in Laos has been back to new normal. Restaurants, grocery stores, schools and universities are open, and even large gatherings such as religious ceremonies, and karaoke sites are open for business. Domestic flights are fully operational; yet Laos has opened for essential travel only. The government of Laos has begun preparations for reopening the country to vaccinated tourists under its new Lao Travel Green Zone plan. The new plan for reopening will see Vientiane Capital, Vang Vieng, and Luang Prabang designated as “green zones”.


Myanmar is still closed to all visitors and neighbour countries. Myanmar is working on welcoming back foreign tourists by early 2022.


Only 19 countries are eligible to open their international flights to Bali. These countries were chosen by the Indonesian Government as they have a low COVID-19 positivity rate, in accordance with the standards of the World Health Organization (WHO). All travellers must meet the entry requirements including a tourist visa, negative COVID-19 test result, proof of accommodation, health insurance with coverage of at least US$100,000, and 3-day mandatory quarantine.

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