Providing a warm welcome and the best in customer service, the Mercure Bangkok Siam invites guests to relax after a busy day. With free WiFi throughout the hotel, 24-hour in-room dining and an extensive range of meeting rooms, this five storey hotel offers convenience and comfort for both business and leisure travelers.
Travel Requirements to Bangkok
Open for tourists (Updated as of June 6, 2022)
Fully vaccinated Thai nationals and non-Thai nationals
Unvaccinated or not fully vaccinated Thai nationals and non-Thai nationals
Transit travelers who will be traveling outside Thailand
Transit travelers are only allowed to stay in Thailand for a maximum of twenty-four (24) hours
Recognized Proof of Vaccination (Certificate of Vaccination)
Aged below 12: Can travel alone if fully vaccinated at least 14 days before travel. If not fully vaccinated, must travel with parents
Aged 12-17: Can travel alone of vaccinated with atleast 1 dose of COVID-19 vaccine at least 14 days before travel. If unvaccinated, must travel with parents.
Aged 18 and over: Must be fully vaccinated at least 14 dyas before travel.
Individuals who have previously been infected with COVID-19 must present a Recovery Certificate certifying that the first date of detection is a least 14 days but no more than 3 months from departure date and that they have fully recovered (for cases where test results turn out positive).
Thailand Pass Registration (must be valid within seven (7) days prior to departure)
EXEMPTION: Thai passports holders are no longer required to register on Thailand Pass and may travel to Thailand without having to undergo quarantine or COVID-19 tests. However, it is advised that Thai nationals should bring their certificate of vaccination (paper or digital form) or COVID-19 test result (if any).
Travelers who cannot present Thailand Pass are subject to TBH20-40,000 fine.
Unvaccinated Travelers must attach a Negative RT-PCR Test result valid within seventy-two (72) hours on Thailand Pass application
Unvaccinated Travelers who cannot present a Negative RT-PCR Test result valid within seventy-two (72) hours on Thailand Pass application must attach Alternative Quarantine (AQ) hotel confirmation for 5 days (including 1 RT-PCR test) and undergo an RT-PCR test on Day 4 – 5 in Thailand during the mandatory 5-day quarantine at AQ hotel
New Thailand Pass QR Codes from May 01, 2022 will be:
No Quarantine (Green Color) for travelers who are fully vaccinated according to Thailand Pass as “Arrival Date”
No Quarantine with RT-PCR (Orange Color) for travelers who are not vaccinated or have incomplete dose of vaccination but uploads negative RT-PCR when applying Thailand Pass through Thailand Pass website.
Quarantine (Red Color) for travelers with no vaccination no RT-PCR test. The valid date is indicated on Thailand Pass as “Arrival Date”
Medical insurance which covers treatment and medical expenses in relation to COVID-19, with a minimum coverage of USD10,000 (for non-Thai nationals only)
Transit Travelers must also comply with this requirement
Return Ticket and sufficient funds to cover the whole duration of stay (for Tourists)
PH Bureau of Immigration Declaration Form
For passengers whose COVID-19 test will be taken from any of PAL’s Partner Laboratories, please register to PAL Laboratory Partner e-CIF as early as 5 days before departure.
Meet & transfers to hotel by seat-in coach.
After breakfast, Half Day City Tour in the morning visit: Famous Erawan Shire (4 Face Budhha), Golden Buddha Temple, sightseeing (onboard bus) to Ratchadamneon Road, HM King Rama V got the idea from the Queen’s walk, Queen Park London, England. Both sides along the road Kings had placed the Government Bldg. and historical bldg. such as The Democracy Monument, Anantasmakom Hall, The Equestrian Statue of King Chulalongkorn. Proceed to Gems Gallery then Shopping Mall for Leather Factory, Honey Factory.
Day 3 After BF, free time until transfer to airport.
After BF, free on leisure