Everything you need to know about traveling to Asia Pacific countries in 2020 and 2021
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, APAC (Asia Pacific) countries have taken a cautious approach to inbound travel and have had some of the strictest border restrictions. At the moment, the region is in a phase of caution, slow process of reopening travel, with every country introducing its own regulations.
Domestic travel is first to come back to life, and you can fly between selected destinations in countries like Australia, China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, and others. International travel sees light at the end of the tunnel with first “travel bubbles” that are being established between countries to ease border restrictions and allow quarantine-free travel during.
The airlines have cut their flight capacity waiting for the demand to increase, and the airports keep introducing new measures of keeping the passengers safe on their way to the departure gates.
Check the articles below to learn about travel restrictions, reopening dates, new visa regulations, and more. We are updating the data as it becomes available to the public.
The situation is dynamic and national governments change the regulations in force almost every week. Countries that have already opened their borders to tourism are Indonesia, Thailand, Maldives, and Turkey.
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